Celtic and Gaelic
by University of Glasgow
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Celtic & Gaelic at Glasgow brings together the teaching and research of the ancient, medieval and modern periods in the Celtic languages of Scottish Gaelic, Irish and Welsh. Our primary interests are in Scottish Gaelic and Irish language and literature, and in medieval Celtic literatures and history.
|1||VideoScottish Gaelic: Phonetic variation and identity||Claire Nance discusses her Kelvin Smith Scholarship project||8 6 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||Declaration of Arbroath and its Legacy||Professor Ted Cowan from the University of Glasgow and Professor Roger Mason of St Andrews University debate the 1320 Declaration of Arbroath and its legacy as part of the Vox Populi research seminar series, 2012-2013.||17 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoWhat Andrew Melville Really Thought of James VI||Andrew Melville infamously called James VI God’s ‘sillie vassal’, but what do his writings reveal about his views on kingship and the power of the people? In this seminar paper, Dr. Steven Reid, Lecturer in History at the University of Glasgow, ass||25 10 2012||Free||View In iTunes|