The International Congress of Celtic Studies was established in Dublin, 1959, by the late Brian Ó Cúiv. The event has since developed into the largest gathering of scholars in Celtic Studies worldwide, providing a platform for a variety of topics such as linguistics, archaeology, (art) history and literature.
Previous locations of the International Congress of Celtic Studies:
Bangor, 22-26 July 2019: http://celticcongress.bangor.ac.uk/
Glasgow, 13-17 July 2015: https://www.celticstudiescongress.org/index.php/home/
Maynooth 2011: https://celticstudiescongress.org/iccsxiv/
Preceding events were held in Bonn (2007), Aberystwyth (2003), Cork (1999), Edinburgh (1995), Paris (1991), Swansea (1987), Oxford (1983), Galway (1979), Penzance (1975), Rennes (1971), Edinburgh (1967), and Cardiff (1963).