Andrea Palandri


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Dr Andrea Palandri (Postdoctoral researcher) has an undergraduate degree from ASNC in the University of Cambridge and was awarded his PhD from the Department of Modern Irish, UCC in 2018 for his thesis on the Irish translation of Marco Polo’s Travels, from the fifteenth century. He spent three years working as an O’Donovan Scholar in the School of Celtic Studies in DIAS after receiving his PhD. He is especially interested in Early Modern Irish prose, in the Modern Irish dialects and in managing language corpora.

Conference Publication

Year Publication
2021 (2021) Tintúd-Aistriú: an tAistriúchán Liteartha i Stair na Gaeilge Sdair na Lumbardach agus Leabhar Mharcais: Dhá aistriúchán i Leabhar Mhéig Charthaigh Riabhaigh
2019 (2019) Tales and Transmissions, ASNC Department, University of Cambridge The significance of Narrative Styles in the Irish Marco Polo
2019 (2019) Tionól 2019, DIAS Linguistic and orthographic variations in four copies of Gabháltais Shéarluis Mhóir from the late fifteenth century
2019 (2019) Book of Lismore Lecture Series The Travels of Marco Polo in the Book of Lismore
2019 (2019) Tales and Anecdotes, TCD, Dublin Salamanders or Asbestos? The “Horizon of Expectation” in the Irish Marco Polo
2019 (2019) International Celtic Congress, Bangor The Early Modern Irish versions of Pseudo Turpin’s Historia Karoli Magni
2019 (2019) Scéalta Rómánsaíochta, UCC, Cork Gabháltais Shéarlais Mhóir: comhthéacs liteartha in Éirinn agus san Eoraip
2018 (2018) International Conference of Medievalists, UCC, Cork An Marco Polo Gaeilge agus Fínghean Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach
2017 (2017) Irish Network for the Study of Esoterism and Paganism The Poetry of Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird
2017 (2017) Tionól 2017, DIAS The Irish adaptation of Marco Polo’s Travels: mapping the route to Ireland
2015 (2015) Tionól 2015, DIAS The Irish Marco Polo in the Book of Lismore: an introduction and some linguistic issues
2015 (2015) Annual CACSSS Postgraduate Research Conference The Irish Adaptation of Marco Polo’s Travels in the Book of Lismore

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2021 (2021) 'Tadhg Úa Ríghbhardáin: scribe and illuminator (fl. 1745)'. Celtica, .
2019 (2019) 'The Irish Adaptation of Marco Polo's Travels: Mapping the Route to Ireland'. Eriu, . [Link] [DOI]
2019 (2019) 'An Marco Polo Gaeilge agus Fínghean Mac Carthaigh Riabhach'. Celtica, .
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