Conferences

8th Celtic Studies Students’ Conference

26-29 March 2020

The upcoming annual Celtic Studies Students' Conference will be hosted by the School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore at University College Dublin. It provides a unique opportunity to present and hear papers from across a range of disciplines pursued by students of all the Celtic languages. — read more

42nd UC Annual Celtic Studies Conference

5-7 March 2020

This year´s UC Celtic Studies Conference, jointly organized by the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the UCLA Celtic Colloquium, features papers on all aspects of Celtic culture including language, literature, history, art and archaeology, from late antiquity until the present day. — read more

Archaeology Above & Below 2020

28-29 March 2020

This year’s Rathcroghan Conference, Ireland’s only annual community archaeology conference, once again is offering a forum for discussion between communities and individuals trying to interpret the story of the landscapes that we inhabit, and encouraging us to take another look at the history that exists all around us. — read more

2020 CSANA Conference

2-4 April 2020

The next annual conference of the Celtic Studies Association of North America will be hosted by Virginia Tech at the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center, Roanoke. The conference provides a forum for presenting research on any aspect of the language, literature, history, folklore and culture of the Celtic peoples (from any period) — read more

2020 Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Conference

3-4 April 2020

The 2020 IAI Conference will be held in at the Wellington Park Hotel in Befast. This year’s conference title is Archaeology 2020 – where are we now, where are we going. This annual event, organized by the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland will once again offer a forum for discussion and a multitude of networking opportunities. — read more

34th Irish Conference of Medievalists

25-27 June 2020

The upcoming annual Irish Conference of Medievalists will once again cover a broad variety of subjects relevant to medieval studies, including history, archaeology, literature, linguistics, art history, theology, and philosophy. This year's conference will be organized by School of Arts, English and Languages at Queen's University Belfast. — read more

2020 International Medieval Congress

5-8 July 2020

The next International Medieval Congress will be organized, as ususal on an annual basis, by the Institute for Medieval Studies at Leeds University. This year's special thematic strand will be on 'Borders'. — read more

2020 UAS Discovery Conference

7 November 2020

The next annual instalment of the Ulster Archaeological Society's Discovery Conference will again be hosted by the Department of Archaeology & Palaeoecology at Queen's University Belfast — read more

Bronze Age Forum

21-22 November 2020

The upcoming installment of the Bronze Age Forum will be hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. As usual, the conference welcomes speakers from Britain, Ireland, and northwest Europe — read more

DIAS Scoil an Léinn Cheiltigh Tionól 2020

27-28 November 2020

This year's annual Tionól is organized once again as usual by the School of Celtic Studies at the Dublin Insitute of Advanced Studies — read more

'Scanning the Hidden' Conference

5-8 June 2021

This international conference, held in Ávila, Spain, focuses on LiDAR and 3D technologies applied to architecture research in the archaeology of the Metal Ages. Four sessions focus on different fields of application. The conference is hosted jointly by the Autonomous University of Madrid, the Diputación Provincial de Ávila and the UISPP Scientific Commission Metal Ages in Europe with a series of keynote lectures, a wine-and-cheese reception on the first day of the conference, a field trip on 7th June and a conference dinner on the final day of the conference. — read more

XIX UISPP World Congress

2-7 September 2021

The International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences' next Word Congress will be held in Meknes, Morocco, with a thematic focus on "Evolution of societies from prehistory to protohistory", but at the same time also covering a broad range of other subjects from world archaology — read more

40th Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium

8-10 October 2021

As ususal, this year's Harvard Celtic Colloquium, hosted by Harvard University's Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, welcomes paper proposals dealing with any aspect of the Celtic languages, their literatures and their cultures in any period, including papers with an interdisciplinary or theoretical perspective — read more