Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources
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Academy inaugural Research Open DayTuesday, 18 October 2022
If you missed our first Research Open Day, you can watch it back now
Culture Night returns to Academy HouseWednesday, 12 October 2022
A wonderful evening was had at Academy House celebrating Culture Night 2022, our first in-person Culture Night since 2019! We welcomed 550 visitors through the doors and there was plenty to see and hear.
Dictionary of Medieval Latin from Celtic Sources: Culture Night, 2022Wednesday, 14 September 2022
The Editor and Assistant Editor of DMLCS invite you to explore the medieval Latin heritage of Ireland and other Celtic nations with them
Academy Research Open DayMonday, 5 September 2022
Join us on 4 October to learn more about our research projects, library and publications
It's not all about snakes...Wednesday, 16 March 2022
Wishing you a happy St Patrick's Day with a special book offer.
New book: 'How linguistics can help the historian' by Anthony HarveyTuesday, 4 May 2021
Who says that linguistics has to be complicated and boring?
How linguistics can help the historian: Part VIIWednesday, 17 June 2020
This instalment concludes the series, with an example of linguistics and archaeology working hand in glove to help date a recently discovered pair of Irish-language inscriptions written in the distinctive alphabet known...
How linguistics can help the historian: Part VIWednesday, 10 June 2020
This instalment outlines how we can scientifically retrieve the original pronunciation of ancient or medieval texts — even when the sounds of the letters are known to have changed over time.
How linguistics can help the historian: Part VWednesday, 3 June 2020
This instalment looks at how a piece of Strasbourg language planning, having successfully averted war in Europe for a while, went on to affect the subsequent history of the whole world.
How linguistics can help the historian: Part IVWednesday, 27 May 2020
The fourth part of Dr Anthony Harvey's weekly series, designed for a non-specialist readership. It's not too late to catch up: the earlier parts are all still here!