Using your hlaf – research project on Anglo-Saxon bread

Congratulations to affiliated lecturer Dr Debby Banham and ASNaC alumna Professor Martha Bayless of the University of Oregon, who have been awarded a Collaborative Research Grant by the American Council of Learned Societies for 2016–17 to work on Anglo-Saxon bread in all its many aspects: culinary, symbolic, agricultural, gastronomic, nutritional, eucharistic, etc. etc. Both will […]

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New research grant awarded to ASNC

Professor Máire Ní Mhaonaigh and Dr Dagmar Wodtko, together with doctoral student Rebecca Shercliff, have been awarded a grant from the Faculty of English’s Research Student Development Fund for a pilot project associated with the electronic Dictionary of the Irish Language (www.dil.ie). Their aim is to create a web resource for the study of specific […]

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Chronicles in Medieval Wales and its Neighbours: 25-26 May 2016

The Welsh Chronicles Research Group (http://croniclau.bangor.ac.uk/) is pleased to present the upcoming conference ‘Chronicles in Medieval Wales and its Neighbours’, to be held in the University of Cambridge on Wednesday 25 May and Thursday 26 May. Attendance is free for all. We encourage those hoping to attend to register with the conference via our website, […]

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