Dalhousie Gaelic Colloquium 2014

25 January 2014
Room 1007, Kenneth C. Rowe Management Bldg
Dalhousie University
6100 University Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Free and open to the public. 

Tentative programme:

10h00 Coffee, tea, Danish, milling around
10h15 Opening comments from Hon. Randy Delorey, Minister of Gaelic Affairs and
Lewis McKinnon, CEO of NS Office of Gaelic Affairs)
10h30-12h00 Researching Scottish Gaelic in Nova Scotia
John Edwards (Psychology, Saint Francis Xavier University)
Emily McEwan-Fujita (Independent Researcher, Dartmouth)
Heather Sparling (History and Culture, Cape Breton University)
12h00-13h30 Lunch break – lunch on your own, plenty of cafés nearby
13h30-14h15 Researching Irish Gaelic in the Atlantic
Pádraig Ó Siadhail (Irish Studies, Saint Mary’s University)
Jerry White (European Studies, Dalhousie University)
14h15-14h45 Coffee break
14h45-16h15 Language teaching at the university level: Gaelic and International Perspectives
Kathleen Reddy (Celtic Studies, Saint Francis Xavier University)
Liam Ó hAisibéil (ICUF Teaching Fellow, Irish language, Saint Mary’s University)
Brigid Garvey (German, Dalhousie University)


Jerry White, Director, Centre for European Studies
Email:  Jerry.White@Dal.Ca
Phone: 902.494.3628