Celtic Studies at UCLA

Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA) Online Bibliography

UCLA is the home of the Celtic Studies Association of North America(CSANA) online Celtic Studies Bibliography. The CSANA Bibliography indexes a broad range of publications, including books, periodicals, Festschriften, proceedings and other works relevant to the study of Celtic languages, literatures, and culture. The online bibliography can be searched by key word, phrase, author, or subject. The database is continuously being expanded.

Celtic Lion Go to the CSANA Bibliography


The Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference

The UC Celtic Studies conference is held in the spring of each year. The conference's site alternates between the Berkeley and Los Angeles campuses. Sessions focus on all aspects of Celtic culture, including language, literature, history, art and archaeology, from late antiquity until the present day. The conference draws scholars from throughout the United States and abroad.

34th Annual UC Celtic Studies Conference, March 8-11, 2012, at UCLA [PDF]

32nd Annual UC Celtic Studies Conference, March 4-7, 2010, at UCLA [PDF]

30th Annual UC Celtic Studies Conference, March 6-9, 2008, at UCLA [PDF]

28th Annual UC Celtic Studies Conference, March 16-19, 2006, at UCLA [Word Doc]

26th Annual UC Celtic Studies Conference, March 4-7, 2004, at UCLA [Word Doc]


The UCLA Celtic Colloquium

The UCLA Celtic Colloquium is a group of students (undergraduate and graduate) interested in all aspects of Celtic Studies. The Colloquium promotes study and study and research focusing on the Celtic languages, literatures, and cultures of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, and Cornwall. It functions as an interdisciplinary forum bringing together students, faculty, and scholars for open discussions and intellectual exchange. The group meets informally throughout the year and is instrumental in hosting the UC Celtic Conference at UCLA every other year.

For information on becoming a member of the UCLA Celtic Colloquium, contact the group's faculty advisor, Prof. Joseph Falaky Nagy (jfnagy@humnet.ucla.edu).

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