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Ulidia 5 - 18-20 March 2016 - Maynooth

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David Stifter <[log in to unmask]>

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Please find below the programme for the 5th International Conference on the
Ulster Cycle of Tales, held in Maynooth 18-20 March this year. Further
details will follow soon,

 

David Stifter

 

 

 

 


Friday, 18 March 2016


 

Literary Aspects

9:30–10:00

Abigail Burnyeat

Last (wo)man standing: the internal chronology of Ulster Cycle death tales

10:00–10:30

Michael Clarke

The Barbarity of the Ulstermen (Mesca Ulad)

10:30–11:00

Marion Deane

Feis Tigi Becfholtaig: King Conchobar’s Gradual Apprehension of Reality

11:00–11:30

Daniel Watson

The Ends of the Earth: Brislech Moìr Maige Muirthemni and Augustinian
Historiography

 

11:30–12:00

Tea break

 

12:00–13:00

Plenary Máire Herbert

 

13:00–14:30

Lunch

 

Literary Aspects (cont.)

14:30–15:00

Elizabeth Gray

Raven and Wolf, Satirist and Fénnid: Defining Deirdre in Longes mac
n-Uislenn

15:00–15:30

Jan Rekdal

Aided Celtchair meic Uthechair: Blaí and Celtchar and their relation to king
Conchobar

Chú Chulainn

15:30–16:00

Tiziana Soverino

‘Bid Glondáth a ainm co bráth’:  place-lore in Cú Chulainn’s heroic
biography

 

16:00–16:30

Tea break

 

Chú Chulainn (cont.)

16:30–17:00

Mary Leenane

Tracing Cú Chulainn’s characterisation in the Ulster Cycle

17:00–17:30

Thomas O'Donnell

Cú Chulainn and the Child’s Body in Táin Bó Cúailgne

17:30–18:00




 


Saturday, 19 March 2016


 

Comparative Mythology

9:30–10:00

Phillip Bernhardt-House

Cracked Cosmology, Escaped Eschatology: Averting Apocalypse in Echtra Nerai

10:00–10:30

Gaël Hily

Lug and Cú Chulainn, performing magical acts during warfare

10·30–11:00

María Lezama Eirín

Hero, War and Society in the Táin Bó Cuailnge

11:00–11:30

Tatyana Mikhailova

White Birds of Ulster: some Germanic and Slavonic Parallels

 

11:30–12:00

Tea break

 

12:00–13:00

Plenary Ralph O'Connor

 

13:00–14:30

Lunch

 

Comparative Mythology (cont.)

14:30–15:00

Garrett Olmstedt

Earliest Origins of the Táin

Linguistics

15:00–15:30

Patricia Ronan

The Presentation of Conflict talk in texts from the Ulster Cycle of Tales

Reception

15:30–16:00

Cameron Wachowich

Anglo-Norman uses of the Ulster Cycle: the case of John de Courcy’s Irish
lay

 

16:00–16:30

Tea break

 

Reception (cont.)

16:30–17:00

Kate Mathis

Rewriting the ‘Compassionate House-wife’: Two radical lives and two plays
about Deirdre

17:00–17:30

Breandán Ó Cróinín

Modern Irish retellings of tales from the Ulster Cycle

 

17:30–18:00

Susan Gallagher

Too Young, Too Brave and Too Beautiful. Telling the Ulster Cycle

 

19:30

Conference Dinner – Lan Tania (Maynooth)

 


Sunday, 20 March 2016


 

Contextualising the Ulster Cycle

9:30–10:00

Ralph Kenna

Maths Meets Myths: Network Analysis of the Táin Bó Cúailnge

10:00–10:30

Denis Casey

Textual problems with mathematical assessments of relationship networks in
medieval literature

10:30–11:00

Patrick MacCafferty

Aided Conchobair and Solar Eclipses

11:00–11:30

Kay Muhr

Dáire, St Patrick and the Bull: person, place and time

 

11:30–12:00

Tea break

 

12:00–13:00

Plenary Tomás Ó Cathasaigh

 

13:00–14:30

Lunch

 

Contextualising the Ulster Cycle (cont.)

14:30–15:00

Miranda Hales

Standing Stones in the Ulster Cycle

15:00–15:30

Ulrike Roider

Táin Bó Froích and Cáin Lánamna

15:30–16:00

Maxim Fomin

Dá síortha gus an Innia soir: What did Cú Chulainn say to Conchobhar?

 

16:00–16:30

Tea break

 

 

---------------------------------------------

Prof. Dr. Mag. David Stifter

Professor of Old Irish

 <https://nuim.academia.edu/DavidStifter>
https://nuim.academia.edu/DavidStifter

Maynooth University
<https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/early-irish-sean-ghaeilge> Department of
Early Irish

ERC-Project Chronologicon Hibernicum
<https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/chronhib> 

 

Maynooth University, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland

T: +353 1 708 3710         M: +353 86 4100 037

E: [log in to unmask] W:
https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/people/david-stifter

 

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