"'Se cleachdadh a nì teòmachd"
100 Scottish Gaelic
Designed for students who have no knowledge of the language. Instruction in basic Gaelic grammar, phonetics, and sentence structure. Texts and recordings are used to provide practice in reading and conversation.
May not be taken concurrently with CELT 110. Six credits. Offered 2012-13.
110 Irish Gaelic
An introduction to the Irish language as it is spoken in the Gaeltacht or Irish-speaking districts. Students will be introduced to the basics of spoken and written Irish.
May not be taken concurrently with CELT 100. Six credits. Offered 2012-13.
This course will provide an introduction to the Welsh language. Students will learn to read, write, and speak elementary Welsh. The class will also learn a number of Welsh folksongs and proverbs.
Six credits. Not available 2012-13.
131 Celtic Civilization I
This course provides an introduction to the Celtic peoples from the Bronze Age to interactions with the Greeks and Romans. It discusses the types of evidence available for the understanding of Celtic cultures relating to archaeology (including art and architecture, numismatics (coins), weaponry, trade, votive offerings), history (Greek and Roman sources, geography), linguistics (inscriptions, place-names, Celtic language family-tree), and customs (burial, dining, drinking, dress, warfare, religion).
Three credits. Offered 2012-13.
132 Celtic Civilization II
This course will provide an overview of the Celtic peoples from the early historic period to early modern period and the main features of Celtic art, society, language, and literature.
Prerequisite: CELT 131. Three credits. Offered 2012-13.
161 Selected Topics