here's the info on the Ulster cycle conference:
"The first international conference devoted to the Ulster Cycle of tales will
be held at Queen's University, Belfast, and Emain Macha, Co. Armagh, fro
8-13 April, 1994. The conference is hosted by the Dept. of Celtic Studies
and the Division of Archaeology and Palaeoecology of the Queen's University,
Belfast, and with the sponsorship of the British Council and Navan at Armagh.
(I will not include the paper guidelines, since the deadline was 30 Sept.)
Contact: Secretary, Ulster Cycle Conference, Celtic Department, Queen's Univer-
sity, Belfast BT7 1NN.
Other highlights: Excursion to Emain Macha, ancient capital of the Ulstermen;
dinner in mediaeval village of Carlingford in the heart of Cuailnge.
FYI: there is the "Eighth Conference of Medievalists" at St. Patrick's
College, Maynooth, 23-25 June, '94.
papers on: medieval language and literature (Latin and vernaculars),
Law and institutions, history, art, archaeology, (preference to contributions
relevant to medieval Irish studies). Paper submissions to arrive by 28 Feb.
to: Programme Secretary, Dr. Colma/n Etchingham, Dept. of History,
St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland (TEL: Dublin 6285222,
ext. 3816, FAX 6289373). Full programme circulated in March with an
application form for those wishing to attend.
Fees: IR35 (students IR20) to cover morning coffee, lunch, afternoon
tea on Thurs, Fri, Sat, plus any receptions. B&B avail. from Wed 22 June to
Sat 25 June at IR15/night. Conference dinner on Sat. evening IR18 (including
"Anyone wishing to book and offer a paper simultaneously should
indicate his or her requirements overleaf and send cheque or bank draft for
appropriate amount, payable to the Irish Conference of Medievalists, to
Dr. Etchingham for forwarding to Dr. Ni/ Bhrolcha/in. Anyone wishing to book
early without offering a paper should likewise fill in the appropriate sections
overleaf and send form plus fees direct to the Organizing Secretary, Dr.
Muireann Ni/ Bhrolcha/in, Dept. of Old Irish, St. Patrick's College,
Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland. There will be further opportunity for
booking when the full programme is circulated in March."
So, folks, get those paper topics in the mail!
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