13th Celtic Conferences in Classics
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 2 pm - 7 pm
- Thursday: 10 am - 2 pm
- Monod Campus
- Condorcet Room
- Mérieux Auditorium
- Thesis Defence Room
- Commissions Room
- C and D Auditoriums
- Université Lumière Lyon 2, Campus "Berges du Rhône", Site Claude-Bernard, Bâtiment Clio, 2 rue de l’Université, 69007 Lyon
- Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, Campus dit "des Quais", Site Claude-Bernard, Bâtiments Athéna-Dugas, 7 rue Chevreul, 69007 Lyon
The Celtic Conference in Classics is a scholarly NGO, innovatory in structure and purpose. Independent of particular countries and campuses, it is open to all. It exists to create well-structured and intellectually-hospitable gatherings of international scholars in attractive settings. Founded in 1998 in Wales, it has met by rotation – initially every two years, and now every year: in Aquitaine, Brittany, Ireland, Québec, Scotland, Wales and Portugal.
This 13th edition will be held in Lyon.
The Celtic Conference puts a high value on sociability and intellectual openness. We believe that acquaintances made at well-mannered seminars, and in the informal socialising that follows, often lay the basis of enduring collaboration between scholars from different regions and countries.
Registration, for which a fee was charged, was only open for the community of researchers who will present a paper at the event.