San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The first ever day-conference entirely devoted to personal names in medieval Scotland!
Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh, 'Gaelic Names and Elements in Scottish Charters 1093–1286'
Thomas Clancy, ‘Literary influences on personal naming practices in medieval Scotland’
Fiona Edmonds, ‘Names and political alliance: the lords of Nithsdale and Galloway in the twelfth century’
John Reuben Davies, ‘Old Testament personal names in Scotland, 1093-1286’
Nick Evans, 'Personal names in medieval Gaelic chronicles'
Rachel Butter, 'Saints and personal names'
Guto Rhys, 'Pictish Personal Names'
Matthew Hammond, 'The use of surnames in the central middle ages'
Round table discussion (with audience participation and free wine!) on the future of personal name studies in Scotland. Registration is free and includes lunch and tea/coffee, but spaces are limited, so you must book in advance.
When & Where
Research Associate, The Transformation of Gaelic Scotland in the 12th and 13th Centuries (Leverhulme Trust), University of Glasgow.