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Seo am prìomh làrach-lìn air son ath-bheòthachadh na Gàidhlig ann an Ceanndachaidh! Thigibh a-steach air son naidheachd, aistean, is tachartasan fhaicinn a tha ceangailte ris a’ Ghàidhlig; ballrachd-choimhearsnachd fhaighinn; no tabhartasan a dhèanamh air son na cùise.
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Suas leis a’ Ghàidhlig, sìos leis a’ ghealachd, is na Ceanndachaidhich abù – mar bu nòs, is mar bu chòir!
This is the foremost website for the revival of Scottish Gaelic in Kentucky! Enter to see news, essays, and events connected with Gaelic; become a member of our community; or make contributions to our cause.
This website has four pages: the homepage, where you are now; the ‘about us’ page, where you’ll find information about our project and events; the blog, where you’ll find blog posts we’ve put up; and the contact page, where you’ll find our contact information. Enjoy!
Up with Gaelic, down with cultural hegemony, and glory to the people of Kentucky – as per tradition, and as it should be!
Latest from the Blog
Meòmhrachadh air Pàdruig (Pondering Patrick)
Saint Patrick’s day approaches, and I’ve got my usual mixed feelings – or at least I did this morning. In the intervening hours, I’ve had some positive ruminations that have left me feeling better about the Saint and his holiday than I usually do. Read on, if you’d like to hear them. To begin, however,…
Ethnocide and Ethnogenesis
(A commendation of B. H. Pitner’s thesis on the cultural vacuousness of whiteness, a critique of the same author’s treatment of Southernness and whiteness as equivalent, and an open letter inviting that author to collaborate.) I recently read a book that made me at once thoughtful, and profoundly sad: The Crime Without a Name, by…
Why Should Louisville Be Called Louisville?
(An exploration of, among other things, the notion that Falls City – founded on occupied Shawnee lands – ought to acknowledge its colonial history by adopting a Shawnee name) As a Louisville native – even one who has spent much of my adult life abroad – I can’t help but feel a certain emotional attachment…
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