AHRC CENTRE FOR DOCTORAL TRAINING
IN CELTIC LANGUAGES
A CONSORTIUM OF 12 RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS
WITH THE COLLABORATION OF ...
CDT IN CELTIC LANGUAGES: Key Features
DIVERSITY of size, age, function and expertise
Geographical and linguistic DIVERSITY...
CDT in CELTIC LANGUAGES
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Doctoral Programme in Celtic Languages (Centres for Doctoral Training)

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On Wednesday 29th January, the Doctoral Training Partnerships and Centres for Doctoral Training were launched at a conference at the University of Nottingham.

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Doctoral Programme in Celtic Languages (Centres for Doctoral Training)

  1. 1. AHRC CENTRE FOR DOCTORAL TRAINING IN CELTIC LANGUAGES A CONSORTIUM OF 12 RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS WITH THE COLLABORATION OF 3 CORE PARTNERS Co-ordinating RO: University of Glasgow Director: Professor Thomas Owen Clancy RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS Bangor University Queen’s University Belfast Swansea University University of Aberdeen University of Cambridge University of Edinburgh University of Oxford University of Ulster University of the Highlands and Islands, Sabhal Mór Ostaig University of Wales, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies University of Wales Trinity Saint David CORE PARTNERS BBC Northern Ireland Bòrd na Gàidhlig National Library of Wales
  2. 2. CDT IN CELTIC LANGUAGES: Key Features DIVERSITY of size, age, function and expertise Geographical and linguistic DIVERSITY CELTIC LANGUAGES, literatures and cultures as FOCUS Small units (often) – but very broad curricula & supervision Thin spread of subject-specific expertise COLLABORATION  across languages  across regions  Across HE / non-HE borders through work with partners Working within the wider professional community of Celtic Studies, towards a common purpose: the creation of a new generation of well-trained researchers in the Celtic Languages
  3. 3. CDT in CELTIC LANGUAGES A connected community of scholars forming research networks for the future Sharing Languages Supervision Disciplinary Expertise Generic Skills Networking Collaboration Doctoral Visitorships CLARSACH: Celtic Languages Annual Research Symposium and Collaboration Hub Mobilising Knowledge exchange and impact Partnerships for development

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