- — ISAS 2015 (@isas2015)Wed, Mar 18 2015 16:12:24
ISAS 2015 began with a pre-conference Graduate Student Workshop on 'Tools of the Trade' (Words and Objects).
- — Carolyn Twomey (@Carolyngian)Sat, Aug 01 2015 19:44:45
- — Erica Weaver (@ericamweaver)Sat, Aug 01 2015 22:49:12Excellent #isas2015 graduate workshop, day 1. Bring on the metal inlay! https://twitter.com/Carolyngian/status/627565915824123905 …
- — John Gallagher (@jj_gall)Sun, Aug 02 2015 21:49:58
- Meanwhile, other ISAS delegates made the journey to Glasgow...
- — Leonie Dunlop (@leoniemdunlop)Fri, Jul 31 2015 20:59:21Exciting week ahead with the @isas2015 workshop & leading the Coldingham place-name walk! http://www.isas2015.com/tours-and-excursions/#Coldingham … #Scots #toponymy #isas2015
- — Elaine Treharne (@ETreharne)Sat, Aug 01 2015 15:09:16Hope #ISAS2015 is fantastic! I'll still be unpacking boxes after moving house :-( https://twitter.com/isas2015/status/578227460258549762 …
- — Robert Gallagher (@hwaetspur)Sun, Aug 02 2015 13:28:51On the train to #isas2015, paper in hand (or on my laptop, technically). Excited for all the Anglo-Saxon goodness this week!
- — Kristopher Poole (@PooleZooarch)Mon, Aug 03 2015 07:19:51
Prof. Carole Hough welcomes delegates to Glasgow, and to the first ISAS conference to be held in Scotland.
Dr Greg Waite (University of Otago, NZ) and Prof. James Graham-Campbell (UCL)
ISAS 2015, University of Glasgow
The 17th Biennial Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists.
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