Fionntán de Brún

Scríbhneoireacht Chruthaitheach le Fionntán de Brún

Plé ar an dá shaothar próis ‘Litir ó mo Mháthair Altrama agus Scéalta Eile’ (2005) agus ‘Béal na Péiste’ (2023) le Fionntán de Brún, agus léargas ar an scríbhneoireacht chruthaitheach sa Ghaeilge.

Gain insights into the creative writing process, as Fionntán de Brún discusses his award-winning ‘Litir ó mo Mháthair Altrama agus Scéalta Eile’ (2005) and ‘Béal na Péiste’ (2023).

Ollamh le Nua-Ghaeilge, scoláire litríochta agus scríbhneoir cruthaitheach é Fionntán de Brún. Ar na leabhair is déanaí leis tá an t-úrscéal Béal na Péiste (Gradam Uí Shúilleabháin 2023; an chéad duais don úrscéalaíocht ag Oireachtas 2022) a d’fhoilsigh Cló Iar-Chonnacht in 2023, agus an monagraf Revivalism and Modern Irish Literature – the anxiety of transmission and the dynamics of renewal (Cork University Press, 2019). Bhí sé ina Léachtóir Sinsearach in Ollscoil Uladh (2006-17) agus i gColáiste Ollscoile Naomh Muire, Béal Feirste (1998-2006). Bhain sé céim amach sa Léann Ceilteach agus sa Fhraincis in Ollscoil na Banríona (1992) agus bhronn an ollscoil chéanna PhD air in 2002. D’fhoilsigh an Clóchomhar a thráchtas dochtúireachta sa bhliain chéanna faoin teideal Seosamh Mac Grianna – an Mhéin Rúin. Rugadh agus tógadh i mBéal Feirste é agus is iardhalta de chuid Choláiste Maolmhaodhóg é.

Fionntán de Brún is a Professor of Modern Irish, literary scholar and creative writer. His recent books include the novel, Béal na Péiste (Gradam Uí Shúilleabháin 2023; first prize in novel category, Oireachtas 2022) published by Cló Iar-Chonnacht in 2023, and the monograph Revivalism and Modern Irish Literature – the anxiety of transmission and the dynamics of renewal (Cork University Press, 2019). He was a Senior Lecturer at Ulster University (2006-17) and St Mary’s University College, Belfast (1998-2006). He took his BA in Celtic Studies and French (1992) at Queen’s University Belfast and  received his PhD at QUB in 2002. His doctoral thesis was published in the same year by An Clóchomhar as Seosamh Mac Grianna – an Mhéin Rúin. He was born and raised in Belfast where he attended St Malachy’s College.

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Dáta:
Saturday, Feb 17th, via Zoom.
11 – 12:20pm PT (Los Angeles)
2 – 3:20pm ET (New York)
7 – 8:20pm (Dublin).

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Feb 17 2024
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