Creative Conversations: Alasdair C Whyte

Creative Conversations: Alasdair C Whyte

Creative Conversations College of Arts
Date: Monday 18 October 2021
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Venue: University Memorial Chapel
Category: Public lectures
Speaker: Alasdair C Whyte
Website: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creative-conversations-alasdair-c-whyte-in-person-tickets-tickets-179528473497

Alasdair C. Whyte was appointed as an LKAS Research Fellow in Celtic Onomastics in October 2019. He was previously a Research Affiliate at the University of Glasgow. His research to date has focussed primarily on the place-names of Mull and Glasgow.

In addition to his academic work, he is a singer, songwriter, playwright, actor and presenter. He was named Gaelic Ambassador of the Year by The Scottish Government in 2019. Albums include: ‘Las’ (2012), ‘Fairich’ (2016) and ‘Tairm’ (2019)

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Chaidh Co-phàirt Rannsachaidh LKAS ann an Ainm-eòlas Ceilteach a bhuileachadh air Alasdair C. MacIlleBhàin san Dàmhair 2019. Ron sin, bha e na Rannsaiche Chleamhnaichte aig Oilthigh Ghlaschu. 'S e ainmeannan-àite Mhuile agus Ghlaschu a phrìomh chuspairean rannsachaidh.

A thuilleadh air a chuid rannsachaidh, tha e na sheinneadair, na òranaiche, na sgrìobhaiche-dràma, na chleasaiche agus na phreasantair. Chaidh a ainmeachadh mar Thosgaire na Bliadhna le Riaghaltas na h-Alba ann an 2019.

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Note: seats are limited at this event as we are operating a social distancing policy and reduced capacity. If it turns out you are unable to take your place, please cancel your ticket so that it can be released for someone else.

We ask that all audience members wear masks during the event, except where exempt.

Creative Conversations is funded by the Ferguson Bequest. Professor Thomas Ferguson (1900-1977), Henry Mechan Chair of Public Health (1944-64), bequeathed his estate to the University, with the instruction that the money should be used to foster the social side of University life.

This event is co-organised and generously supported by the Gaelic Books Council.

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