Research Profile

Cornelius Buttimer

Biography

Neil Buttimer has lectured in the Department of Modern Irish, University College, Cork (UCC), since 1982.                       

He received his undergraduate and postgraduate education at UCC, the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (as research Scholar), and Harvard University.  Earlier, he attended North Mon. C.B.S. Secondary School (est. 1811) and Glasheen National School (est. 1897). 

He has served on four of UCC's foundational faculties, the Faculties of Arts, Celtic Studies, Commerce and Law; in the former Arts Faculty, on its Regulations Committee, Resources and External Relations Committee (as Chairperson), Faculty Academic Development Committee, the Interim Management Committee of the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS), and Secretary of the Arts Faculty School of Languages and Literatures; in the Faculty of Law, on its Board of Languages and Literatures and its Student Affairs Committee; on UCC Quality Review boards (for instance, the University's Department of Education); on the institution's earlier Teaching Development Committee, and on the UCC Governing Body sub-committee, Bord na Gaeilge. He was nominated as Scrutineer of votes at consecutive Governing Body elections.

His membership of Selection/Appointment boards for academic positions at UCC includes areas (in departments or centres) such as Archaeology, Early and Medieval Irish, Economics, Education, English, Folkore and Ethnology, French, Government, Ionad na Gaeilge Labhartha, Law, and Modern Irish. 

Externally, he acted on Appointment boards for positions in the Translation Section (Rannóg an Aistriúcháin) of the Houses of the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament), for positions in the National Museum of Ireland, as well as for academic posts (establishment or promotional) in University College, Dublin, and Dublin City University (where he was at different stages, and most recently during 2013-17, a programme Extern Examiner, with duties also comprising course appraisal and examination of doctoral theses).

In 1981, Neil Buttimer initiated the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, an annual event since then.  He was a member at various times of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society (including its Council), the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society, and other bodies. 

In addition to his own research, he maintains interest in interdisciplinary collaboration.  He established and subsequently directed UCC's Higher Diploma / MA in Irish Heritage Management (1990-2000), taught in the earlier Faculties of Arts and Commerce, and the University's BCL (Law and Irish) [Central Application Office (CAO), CK 304]) (1999- ), offered in Arts and the Faculty of Law (within the College of Commerce and Law). 

In the context of Ireland's National Development Plan 1989-93 (1989), the Heritage Management course received five-year start-up support from the Advanced Technical Skills Programme of the European Social Fund, together with further assistance from the EC ERASMUS, COMETT and LEONARDO exchange schemes.  There ensued a submission to the consultative process from which the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS) emerged, now subsumed into the Irish Research Council (IRC), regarding structured support for projects in the humanities.

The Law and Irish degree was awarded curriculum development financing from UCC's Faculty of Arts and from the Targetted Initiatives (Irish) programme of Ireland's Higher Education Authority (HEA). In 2008, the Faculty of Law leveraged the same HEA source to create a lectureship and doctoral scholarships in Law. Its former BCL (Clinical) [CAO, CK 305] was modelled partially after the University's BCL (Law and Irish).

The categories below outline Neil Buttimer's research and teaching in greater detail ( 'Reviews' and 'Conference Contributions' confined to recent or selected entries; occasional citation of DOI or relevant stable URL links, with other items accessible via JSTOR). 

He lives in Cork.  Its history, literature and traditions rank highly among his interests.

Is mór ag Neil Buttimer a chuid ceanglacha muintearais, cónaithe is taighde le Gaeltachtaí na Mumhan, le Gaeltacht Mhúscraí agus le Gaeltacht Chorca Dhuibhne, ach go háirithe.

Research Interests

                                                  

Textual scholarship and analysis.

Cataloguing and description of primary sources (manuscript and printed, together with interaction between these media). 

Early and medieval Irish narratives of the Ulster Cycle and King Cycle, to 1200 A.D.

Gaelic Ireland, 1700-1850 A.D., particularly the writings of diarist, Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin (ob. 1838). 

History of Irish as an academic discipline. 

Integrated development of Ireland's cultural resources.

National and international public policy in higher education and language planning.

Publications

Books

 YearPublication
(2012)Tréimhse phromhaidh.
Neil Buttimer (2012) Tréimhse phromhaidh. Dublin: Coiscéim. [Details]
(2000)The Heritage of Ireland.
Neil Buttimer, Colin Rynne and Helen Guerin (eds). (2000) The Heritage of Ireland. Cork: Collins Press. [Details]
(1993)Cork history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county.
Patrick O'Flanagan and Cornelius G. Buttimer (eds). (1993) Cork history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county. Dublin: Geography Publications. [Details]
(1989)Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1989) Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. [Details]

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2016)''An Ghaeilge mar urlabhra uirbeach: cás chathair Chorcaí'
Neil Buttimer (2016) ''An Ghaeilge mar urlabhra uirbeach: cás chathair Chorcaí' In: Liam Mac Mathúna, Regina Uí Chollatáin (eds). Saothrú na Gaeilge scríofa i suímh uirbeacha na hÉireann. Dublin: Ollscoil na hÉireann / National University of Ireland. [Details]
(2014)''The Ulster Cycle: an other world''
Neil Buttimer (2014) ''The Ulster Cycle: an other world'' In: Norah Campbell, John Desmond, James Fitchett, Donncha Kavanagh, Pierre McDonagh, Aidan O'Driscoll, Andrea Prothero (eds). Myth and the market. Dublin: UCD Business School, University College, Dublin. [Details]
(2013)''Comhfhreagras Corcaíoch''
Neil Buttimer (2013) ''Comhfhreagras Corcaíoch'' In: Seán Ó Coileáin, Liam P. Ó Murchú, Pádraigín Riggs (eds). Séimhfhear suairc: aistí in ómós don Ollamh Breandán Ó Conchúir. An Díseart, An Daingean: An Sagart. [Details]
(2012)''The Great Famine in Gaelic manuscripts''
Neil Buttimer (2012) ''The Great Famine in Gaelic manuscripts'' In: John Crowley, William J. Smyth, Mike Murphy (eds). Atlas of the Great Irish Famine. Cork: Cork University Press. [Details]
(2008)''Cornelius. G. Buttimer'
Neil Buttimer (2008) ''Cornelius. G. Buttimer' In: Attracta Halpin (eds). A century of scholarship: Travelling students of the National University of Ireland. Dublin: NUI Press. [Details]
(2007)''Images of law in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland''
Neil Buttimer (2007) ''Images of law in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland'' In: Gert Hoffman (eds). Figures of law. Tubingen und Basel: A. Francke Verlag. [Details]
(2006)''Literature in Irish, 1690-1800: from the Williamite Wars to the Act of Union''
Neil Buttimer (2006) ''Literature in Irish, 1690-1800: from the Williamite Wars to the Act of Union'' In: Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds). The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, Volume 1. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. [DOI] [Details]
(2005)''Irish in eighteenth-century Cork''
Neil Buttimer (2005) ''Irish in eighteenth-century Cork'' In: J. S. Crowley, R. J. N. Devoy, D. Linehan, P. O'Flanagan and M. J. Murphy (eds). Atlas of Cork city. Cork: Cork University Press. [Details]
(2004)''A late Life of Patrick''
Neil Buttimer (2004) ''A late Life of Patrick'' In: Cín Chille Cúile: texts, saints and places, essays in honour of Pádraig Ó Riain. Aberystwyth: Celtic Studies Publications. [Details]
(2004)''Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin's writings''
Neil Buttimer (2004) ''Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin's writings'' In: Liam P. Ó Murchú (eds). Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin: reassessments. London and Dublin: Irish Texts Society. [Details]
(2004)''BCL (Law and Irish) in University College, Cork: a case study''
Neil Buttimer (2004) ''BCL (Law and Irish) in University College, Cork: a case study'' In: Caoilfhionn Nic Pháidín and Dona Uí Bhraonáin (eds). University education in Irish: challenges and perspectives. Dublin: FIONTAR, Dublin City University. [Details]
(2003)''Irish languague and literature, 1921-84''
Neil Buttimer and Máire Ní Annracháin (2003) ''Irish languague and literature, 1921-84'' In: J. R. Hill (eds). A New History of Ireland, Vol. 7 - Ireland 1921-1984. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [DOI] [Details]
(2000)''The Irish language''
Neil Buttimer (2000) ''The Irish language'' In: Neil Buttimer, Colin Rynne and Helen Guerin (eds). The heritage of Ireland. Cork: Collins Press. [Details]
(1998)''The Irish Texts Society Subsidiary Series''
Neil Buttimer (1998) ''The Irish Texts Society Subsidiary Series'' In: Pádraig Ó Riain (eds). The Irish Texts Society: the first hundred years. London and Dublin: Irish Texts Society. [Details]
(1996)''A stone on the cairn: the Great Famine in later Gaelic manuscripts''
Neil Buttimer (1996) ''A stone on the cairn: the Great Famine in later Gaelic manuscripts'' In: Christopher Morash and Richard Hayes (eds). 'Fearful realities': new perspectives on the Famine. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
(1996)''Markets, exchange and the extreme''
Neil Buttimer and Donncha Kavanagh (1996) ''Markets, exchange and the extreme'' In: Marketing apocalypse. London and New York: Routledge. [Details]
(1995)''Cloch sa leacht: an Gorta Mór i lámhscríbhinní déanacha na Gaeilge''
Neil Buttimer (1995) ''Cloch sa leacht: an Gorta Mór i lámhscríbhinní déanacha na Gaeilge'' In: Cathal Póirtéir (eds). Gnéithe den Ghorta. Baile Átha Cliath: Coiscéim. [Details]
(1994)''Degrés de perception de la France dans l'Irlande gaélique de la pré-Famine''
Neil Buttimer (1994) ''Degrés de perception de la France dans l'Irlande gaélique de la pré-Famine'' In: Catherine Laurent and Helen Davis (eds). Irlande et Bretagne: vingt siecles d'histoire. Rennes: Terre de Brume. [Details]
(1993)''Gaelic literature and contemporary life in Cork, 1700-1840''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1993) ''Gaelic literature and contemporary life in Cork, 1700-1840'' In: Patrick O'Flanagan and Cornelius G. Buttimer (eds). Cork history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county. Dublin: Geography Publications. [Details]
(1990)''Postclassical Modern Irish''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1990) ''Postclassical Modern Irish'' In: Mairtín Ó Murchú (eds). Scoil an Léinn Cheiltigh Tuarascáil Leathchéad Bliain / School of Celtic Studies Fiftieth Anniversary Report. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. [Details]
(1983)''A catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Boston Athenaeum''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1983) ''A catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Boston Athenaeum'' In: Folia Gadelica: essays presented to R. A. Breatnach. Cork: Cork University Press.   [Details]

Edited Books

 YearPublication
(2004)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 109
Neil Buttimer (Ed.). (2004) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 109 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 109. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeolgical Society. [Details]
(2003)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 108
Neil Buttimer (Ed.). (2003) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 108 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 108. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. [Details]
(2002)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 107
Neil Buttimer (Ed.). (2002) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 107 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 107. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. [Details]
(2001)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 106
Cornelius G. Buttimer (Ed.). (2001) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 106 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 106. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. [Details]
(2000)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 105
Cornelius G. Buttimer (Ed.). (2000) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 105 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 105. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. [Details]
(1999)Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 104
Diarmuid Ó Murchadha [and Cornelius G. Buttimer] (Ed.). (1999) Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 104 Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 104. Cork: Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. [Details]
(1981)Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, Vol. 1
James E. Doan and Cornelius G. Buttimer (Ed.). (1981) Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, Vol. 1 Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, Vol. 1. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(2015)''The market as cultural construct''
Neil Buttimer (2015) ''The market as cultural construct''. Culture and Organization, :1-3 [DOI] [Details]
(2015)'An bonn bunreachtúil faoin Ghaeilge'
Neil Buttimer (2015) 'An bonn bunreachtúil faoin Ghaeilge'. Feasta, 68 (4):8-9 [Details]
(2013)''Athmhachnamh ar intleachtóir''
Neil Buttimer (2013) ''Athmhachnamh ar intleachtóir''. Feasta, 67 (1):21-24 [Details]
(2012)''Cumadóir Ciarraíoch''
Neil Buttimer (2012) ''Cumadóir Ciarraíoch''. Feasta, 65 (1):19-23 [Details]
(2012)''Dhá leabhar''
Neil Buttimer (2012) ''Dhá leabhar''. Feasta, :17-20 [Details]
(2011)''Séadna: saothar sagairt''
Neil Buttimer (2011) ''Séadna: saothar sagairt''. Feasta, 64 (10):19-23 [Details]
(2010)''An Ghaeilge agus an phleanáil oideachasúil: ceisteanna don chóras''
Neil Buttimer (2010) ''An Ghaeilge agus an phleanáil oideachasúil: ceisteanna don chóras''. Feasta, 63 (9):8-13 [Details]
(2002)'An Irish inscription in the Tower of London'
Neil Buttimer (2002) 'An Irish inscription in the Tower of London'. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 107 :211-216 [Details]
(1998)''Ár n-oidhreacht agus ár n-arán laethúil''
Neil Buttimer (1998) ''Ár n-oidhreacht agus ár n-arán laethúil''. The Irish Review, 22 :81-88 [Details]
(1998)''Remembering 1798''
Cornelius. G. Buttimer (1998) ''Remembering 1798''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 104 :1-26 [Details]
(1997)''Pláig fhollasach, pláig choimhtheach''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1997) ''Pláig fhollasach, pláig choimhtheach''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 102 :41-68 [Details]
(1996)''French method and Irish discourse''
Neil Buttimer (1996) ''French method and Irish discourse''. Newsletter of The School of Celtic Studies, 9 :24-29 [Details]
(1995)''Longes mac nUislenn reconsidered''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1995) ''Longes mac nUislenn reconsidered''. Éigse, 28 :1-41 [Details]
(1995)''An Ghaeilge i gColáiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh 1845-1995''
Neil Buttimer (1995) ''An Ghaeilge i gColáiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh 1845-1995''. The Irish Review, 17-18 :51-65 [Details]
(1994)''Cogadh Sagsana Nuadh sonn': reporting the American Revolution''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1994) ''Cogadh Sagsana Nuadh sonn': reporting the American Revolution''. Studia Hibernica, 28 :63-101 [Details]
(1992)''Tuairisc Amhailt Uí Iartáin: an eighteenth-century poem on a fair''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1992) ''Tuairisc Amhailt Uí Iartáin: an eighteenth-century poem on a fair''. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 7 :75-94 [Details]
(1990)''An Irish text on The War of Jenkins' Ear''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1990) ''An Irish text on The War of Jenkins' Ear''. Celtica, 21 :75-99 [Details]
(1990)''A Cork Gaelic text on a Napoleonic campaign''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1990) ''A Cork Gaelic text on a Napoleonic campaign''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 1990 :107-119 [Details]
(1989)''Celtic and Irish in College''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1989) ''Celtic and Irish in College''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 94 :88-112 [Details]
(1988)''A Paul Street poem, c. 1760''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1988) ''A Paul Street poem, c. 1760''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 93 :126-137 [Details]
(1987)''Un joc grossier in Orgguin trí mac Diarmata mic Cerbaill''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1987) ''Un joc grossier in Orgguin trí mac Diarmata mic Cerbaill''. Celtica, 19 :128-132 [Details]
(1985)''Early nineteenth-century Cork poems in Irish''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1985) ''Early nineteenth-century Cork poems in Irish''. Journal of The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 90 :158-185 [Details]
(1982)''Scéla mucce Meic Dathó: a reappraisal''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1982) ''Scéla mucce Meic Dathó: a reappraisal''. Proceedings of The Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 2 :61-73 [Details]
(1981)''Loegaire mac Néill in the Bórama''
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1981) ''Loegaire mac Néill in the Bórama''. Proceedings of The Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 1 :63-78 [Details]

Conference Publications

 YearPublication
(1995)Tionól, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Neil Buttimer (1995) 'Noínden Ulad: private and public' Tionól, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies Newsletter of the School of Celtic Studies, Vol. 9 (1996), , pp.14-14 [Details]
(1995)10th International Congress of Celtic Studies
Neil Buttimer (1995) 'Rereading Esnada Tige Buchet' . In: Ronald Black, William Gillies and Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh eds. 10th International Congress of Celtic Studies Celtic connections: proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Vol. 1 (East Linton: East Lothian: Tuckwell Press, 1999), , pp.501-501 [Details]
(1991)Eighth International Congress on the Enlightement, University of Bristol
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1991) 'The French sources of religious teaching in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland' Eighth International Congress on the Enlightement, University of Bristol Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, Vols 303-05, , pp.620-624 [Details]
(1991)Statutory Public Lecture, Tionól, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Cornelius G. Buttimer (1991) 'Manuscript and book in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland' Statutory Public Lecture, Tionól, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies Newsletter of the School of Celtic Studies, Vol. 5, , pp.23-23 [Details]

Encyclopedia Entries

 YearPublication
(2004)'Language and literacy: decline of Irish language;' 'Literature: Gaelic literature in the nineteenth century', and 'Raiftearaí (Raftery), Antaine'.
Neil Buttimer (2004) 'Language and literacy: decline of Irish language;' 'Literature: Gaelic literature in the nineteenth century', and 'Raiftearaí (Raftery), Antaine'. Encyclopedia of Irish history and culture ( Farmington Hills, MI, USA):Thomson Gale. Encyclopedia Entries. [Details]

Review Articles

 YearPublication
(2016)'Enabling the future': review of Tom Garvin, 'The lives of Daniel Binchy: Irish scholar, diplomat, public intellectual' (2016), in Dublin Review of Books, September 2016.
Neil Buttimer (2016) 'Enabling the future': review of Tom Garvin, 'The lives of Daniel Binchy: Irish scholar, diplomat, public intellectual' (2016), in Dublin Review of Books, September 2016. Dublin: Review Articles   [Details]
(2003)'Gaelic Ireland: land, lordship & settlement c.1250-c.1650' (Dublin: Four Courts Press, for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, 2001).
Patrick J. Duffy, David Edwards and Elizabeth FitzPatrick (eds) (2003) 'Gaelic Ireland: land, lordship & settlement c.1250-c.1650' (Dublin: Four Courts Press, for the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, 2001). Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society: Review Articles [Details]

Reviews

 YearPublication
(2015)'The Four Masters and their manuscripts: studies in palaeography and text' (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2013).
Pádraig A. Breatnach (2015) 'The Four Masters and their manuscripts: studies in palaeography and text' (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2013). Tipperary Historical Journal (2015): Reviews [Details]
(2015)'An Irish-Speaking Island: State Religion, Community, and the Linguistic Landscape in Ireland, 1770-1870' (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2014).
Nicholas M. Wolf (2015) 'An Irish-Speaking Island: State Religion, Community, and the Linguistic Landscape in Ireland, 1770-1870' (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2014). Journal of British Studies: Reviews [DOI] [Details]
(2006)'Washington i gCeannas a ríochta: cogadh Mheiriceá i litríocht na Gaeilge' (Baile Átha Cliath: Coiscéim, 2005).
Vincent Morley (2006) 'Washington i gCeannas a ríochta: cogadh Mheiriceá i litríocht na Gaeilge' (Baile Átha Cliath: Coiscéim, 2005). Irish Economic and Social History: Reviews [Details]
(2003)'Cumann Buan-Choimeádta na Gaeilge: tús an athréimnithe' (Baile Átha Cliath: Cois Life, 2001).
Máirtín Ó Murchú (2003) 'Cumann Buan-Choimeádta na Gaeilge: tús an athréimnithe' (Baile Átha Cliath: Cois Life, 2001). Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society: Reviews [Details]
(2003)'Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Oxford Libraries, Parts 1 and 2 (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2001 and 2003).
Brian Ó Cuív (2003) 'Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in Oxford Libraries, Parts 1 and 2 (Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2001 and 2003). Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 108 (2003): Reviews [Details]
(1993)'The Gaelic mind and the collapse of the Gaelic world'.
Michelle O Riordan (1993) 'The Gaelic mind and the collapse of the Gaelic world'. Éigse: a journal of Irish Studies: Reviews [Details]

Professional Activities

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
1972Entrance Scholarship University College Cork
1973Undergraduate Scholarship University College Cork
1974Undergraduate Scholarship University College Cork
1975Postgraduate Scholarship University College, Cork
1975Mansion House Fund Scholarship National University of Ireland
1977Travelling Studentship in Irish National University of Ireland
1978Fulbright Award Fulbright Commission and Scholarships Exchange Board, Department of Foreign Affairs
1987Fulbright Award Fulbright Commission

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
Irish Federation of University Teachers Member/
Irish Fulbright Alumni Association Member/
IUSA Alumni Association Member/
Societas Celtologica Europaea Member/

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2017)'Ar an imeall i lár an domhain: an tairseachúlacht i litríocht agus i gcultúr na hÉireann agus na hEorpa [Irish and European liminality]',
Neil Buttimer (2017) 'Gaelscríbhinn i gcéin: Scáthán Shacramuinte na hAithridhe Seiceach [A Czech Scáthán Shacramuinte na hAithridhe]'. [Plenary Lecture], 'Ar an imeall i lár an domhain: an tairseachúlacht i litríocht agus i gcultúr na hÉireann agus na hEorpa [Irish and European liminality]', Charles University, Prague , 15-SEP-17. [Details]
(2017)The Daniel O'Connell Summer School,
Neil Buttimer (2017) O'Connell and the Gaelic tradition as seen from a contemporary diary. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], The Daniel O'Connell Summer School, Derrynane House, Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry , 26-AUG-17. [Details]
(2017)Homecoming of Daniel Mac Carthy Glas Archive and the Mac Carthy Cultural and Historical Weekend,
Neil Buttimer (2017) 'Seán Ó Coileáin and Daniel Mac Carthy Glas'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Homecoming of Daniel Mac Carthy Glas Archive and the Mac Carthy Cultural and Historical Weekend, Dunmanway, Co. Cork , 27-MAY-17. [Details]
(2017)31st Public Lecture & Meeting, Irish Environmental History Network,
Neil Buttimer (2017) Weather data in Humphrey O'Sullivan's diary (1827-35). [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], 31st Public Lecture & Meeting, Irish Environmental History Network, Trinity College, Dublin , 05-APR-17. [Details]
(2016)'Her Exiled Children: Ireland and Irish America', American Conference for Irish Studies (Western Regional) 32nd Annual Meeting, in partnership with Irish Studies, University of Montana Missoula,,
Neil Buttimer (2016) 'Harvard's Fred Norris Robinson (1871-1966) and the professionalisation of Irish Studies in America'. [Plenary Lecture], 'Her Exiled Children: Ireland and Irish America', American Conference for Irish Studies (Western Regional) 32nd Annual Meeting, in partnership with Irish Studies, University of Montana Missoula,, Missoula, Montana, USA , 22-OCT-16. [Details]
(2016)Symposium on 'Dánta Grádha',
Neil Buttimer (2016) Emotion in 'Dánta Grádha'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Symposium on 'Dánta Grádha', Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, School of Celtic Studies https://www.dias.ie/2016/07/13/symposium-danta-gradha/ , 16-SEP-16. [Details]
(2015)'Exploring the Everyday', Annual Conference of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland,
Neil Buttimer (2015) 'Irish and the poetics of the everyday', K. H. Connell Memorial Lecture. [Keynote Speaker], 'Exploring the Everyday', Annual Conference of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick , 27-NOV-15. [Details]
(2015)XVth International Congress of Celtic Studies,
Neil Buttimer (2015) 'Alba gona hiongantaibh': Scottish influences on Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin'. [Plenary Lecture], XVth International Congress of Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow , 14-JUL-15. [Details]
(2015)An Droim Deileoir: the Great Famine and language - linguistics and representation,
Neil Buttimer (2015) An Ghaeilge ar tháirseach an Ghorta Mhóir: a cinéal. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], An Droim Deileoir: the Great Famine and language - linguistics and representation, Ulster University, Belfast , 27-MAR-15. [Details]
(2014)Irish Conference of Medievalists,
Neil Buttimer (2014) 'Transactional imagery in Irish Courtly Love poetry. [Plenary Lecture], Irish Conference of Medievalists, University College, Dublin , 02-JUL-14. [Details]
(2014)Irish Seminar, University of Notre Dame, O'Connell House, Dublin,
Neil Buttimer (2014) 'Poetry and praxis: Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin (ob. 1838) re-imagining St Patrick'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Irish Seminar, University of Notre Dame, O'Connell House, Dublin, Dublin , 02-JUL-14. [Details]
(2014)Myth and the Market,
Neil Buttimer (2014) 'The Ulster Cycle: an other world. [Keynote Speaker], Myth and the Market, Carlingford, Co. Louth , 16-JUN-14. [Details]
(2014)Charms and magic in Medieval Ireland,
Neil Buttimer (2014) 'Cures and charms in the post-Classical period'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Charms and magic in Medieval Ireland, National University of Ireland, Maynooth , 06-JUN-14. [Details]
(2014)Sraith Léachtaí Poiblí, Ionad na Gaeilge Labhartha, UCC,
Neil Buttimer (2014) 'An Ghaeilge i UCC'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Sraith Léachtaí Poiblí, Ionad na Gaeilge Labhartha, UCC, University College, Cork , 18-MAR-14. [Details]
(2013)Saothrú na Gaeilge scríofa i suímh uirbeacha, 1700-1850,
Neil Buttimer (2013) 'An Ghaeilge mar urlabhra uirbeach: cás chathair Chorcaí'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Saothrú na Gaeilge scríofa i suímh uirbeacha, 1700-1850, University College, Dublin , 23-MAY-13. [Details]
(2011)Éigse na bhFilí,
Neil Buttimer (2011) 'Cumadóir Ciarraíoch'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Éigse na bhFilí, Tralee, Co. Kerry , 14-OCT-11. [Details]
(2010)Daonscoil na Mumhan,
Neil Buttimer (2010) 'Eachtraí san oideachas'. [Keynote Speaker], Daonscoil na Mumhan, Coláiste na Rinne, Rinn Ó gCuanach, Co. Phort Láirge , 15-AUG-10. [Details]
(2010)Irish Studies Seminar,
Neil Buttimer (2010) 'London and Irish manuscripts'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Irish Studies Seminar, University of London . [Details]
(2008)Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland Annual Conference,
Neil Buttimer (2008) 'Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin's botany book'. [Keynote Speaker], Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland Annual Conference, University of Limerick . [Details]
(2008)Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference: Alan Harrison Memorial Lecture,
Neil Buttimer (2008) 'Towards and eighteenth-century Irish poetics'. [Keynote Speaker], Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference: Alan Harrison Memorial Lecture, University College, Cork . [Details]
(2006)Finnish Literary Society 175th Anniversary Commemoration Series,
Neil Buttimer (2006) '(Re)constructing Irish identity: Irish and the State, 1922-2006'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Finnish Literary Society 175th Anniversary Commemoration Series, University College, Cork . [Details]
(2003)Merriman Summer School,
Neil Buttimer (2003) 'Irish manuscripts: media and message'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Merriman Summer School, Ennistimon, co. Clare . [Details]
(2003)An Ollscolaíocht agus an Ghaeilge,
Neil Buttimer (2003) 'BCL (Dlí agus Gaeilge) UCC: cás-staidéar'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], An Ollscolaíocht agus an Ghaeilge, FIONTAR, Dublin City University . [Details]
(1997)Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference,
Neil Buttimer (1997) 'Gaelic Ireland: an absence of enlightenment?'. [Plenary Lecture], Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference, University of Ulster, Coleraine . [Details]
(1995)Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies,
Neil Buttimer (1995) 'Esnada Tige Buchet reconsidered'. [Plenary Lecture], Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies, University of Edinburgh . [Details]
(1992)Joint Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society, the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and La Société francaise d'étude du dix-huiteme siecle,
Neil Buttimer (1992) 'Levels of awareness of France in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland'. [Plenary Lecture], Joint Conference of the Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society, the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies and La Société francaise d'étude du dix-huiteme siecle, University College, Dublin . [Details]
(1991)Statutory Public Lecture, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies,
Neil Buttimer (1991) 'Manuscript and book in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Statutory Public Lecture, School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Trinity College, Dublin (per Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) . [Details]
(1991)Eighth International Congress on the Enlightenment,
Neil Buttimer (1991) 'The French sources of religious teaching in pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland'. [Plenary Lecture], Eighth International Congress on the Enlightenment, University of Bristol . [Details]
(1985)Annual Tionól,
Neil Buttimer (1985) 'Irish bardic poetry and performance'. [Plenary Lecture], Annual Tionól, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies . [Details]
(1983)Seminar Series,
Neil Buttimer (1983) 'Longes mac nUislenn reconsidered'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Seminar Series, Department of Old Irish, Maynooth University . [Details]
(1982)Harvard Celtic Colloquium,
Neil Buttimer (1982) 'Scéla mucce Meic Dathó: a reappraisal. [Plenary Lecture], Harvard Celtic Colloquium, Harvard University . [Details]
(1982)Celtic Studies Association of North America Annual Conference,
Neil Buttimer (1982) 'The structure and development of Cath Crinna'. [Plenary Lecture], Celtic Studies Association of North America Annual Conference, University of California at Los Angeles . [Details]

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
University College Cork Senior Lecturer01-SEP-96 /
University College Cork College Lecturer01-SEP-82 / 31-AUG-96

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1975UCC BACHELOR OF ARTSIrish and French
1977UCC MASTER OF ARTSIrish
1983Harvard University PHDCeltic Languages and Literatures

Languages

 LanguageReadingWritingSpeaking
Irish FluentFluentFluent
French FluentFluentFluent
Latin Fluent
German

Outreach Activities

 Description

Instances of Neil Buttimer's previous or ongoing extramural engagements are itemised below.

Occasional lecturing to UCC's Diploma in Local Studies, as offered formerly by the University's Centre for Adult and Continuing Education and the Department of Geography, in centres like Listowel and Tralee, co. Kerry, Bantry, co. Cork, Kilkenny city and elsewhere.

Speaker, Honorary Conferrings, UCC.

Member, Editorial Sub-committee, Cork University Press.

Contributor to public lecture series, including Merriman Summer School (co. Clare: Lisdoonvarna, 1991, Ennistimon, 1998 and 2003) and Winter School (Kilkenny city, 1994), Tionól na Gaeltachta (Ballingeary, co. Cork, 2004, as Opening Speaker), Cork City Libraries, 'Year of the Constant Reader' (2009), ConstitutionProject@ucc (UCC, 2012).

Conference involvement, including, as Organiser, Annual Conference, Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society (UCC, 1993), as Treasurer, 11th International Congress of Celtic Studies (UCC, 1999), as Sessional Chairperson, Annual Conference, Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society (UCC, 2015), and 15th International Congress of Celtic Studies (University of Glasgow, 2015).

Member (and Chairperson) of Adjudication Panel, FÁS South-West Region Community Enterprise, Initiative and Service competitions.

Adjudicator, Oireachtas na Gaeilge (1897- ) Literary Competition (Comórtas Liteartha), Category A10, Saothar Próis.

Publication launches: speaker at launch of An tAthair Peadar Ó Laoghaire, Séadna, an tOllamh Liam Mac Mathúna (ed.), reprint (Baile Átha Cliath: Cois Life, 2011) and accompanying audio-book (prepared by Liam Ó Muirthile, with Máiréad Uí Lionaird as reader), at An tIonad Cultúrtha, Baile Mhúirne, co. Chorcaí (August 2011); of an Dr Micheál Ó Súilleabháin, Peirspeictíocht Éireannach ar litríocht na hEorpa: saothar Shéamuis Uí Choigligh (Corcaigh: Leabharlanna Comhairle Cathrach Chorcaí, 2013), at Cork City Libraries, Bishopstown Branch (November 2013);  of Michael Galvin, Kilmurry - the War years 1915-1918 (Midleton, 2015), at Kilmurry Museum, Kilmurry, co. Cork (July 2015).  

Interviews on Raidió na Gaeltachta (particularly 'An Saol ó Dheas') and TG4 ('Nuacht') concerning educational and Irish-language issues. 


Recent activities include workshop contributions (e.g., on Heritage programme construction, to UCC's Office of Vice-President for Teaching and Learning and Digitial Humanities colloquium, 19 September 2016); launch of Gerard J. Lyne, Murtaí Óg: Murtaí Óg Ó Súilleabháin (c. 1710-54): a life contextualised (Dublin: Geography Publications, 2017), Castletownbere (8 September 2017).

Journal Activities

 JournalRoleTo / From
Proceedings Of The Harvard Celtic Colloquium Editor-
Journal Of The Cork Historical & Archaeological Society Editor-

Other Activities

 Description

Extern Examiner, FIONTAR, Dublin City University, 2013-17.

Contributor, North American Catalogue of Irish Manuscripts Project, Keough Naughton Institute of Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame.

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

Neil Buttimer lectures to the Modern Irish undergraduate BA or associated programmes, as well as the discipline's taught masters.   

He provides research-based instruction on various forms of writing, and their contents, in medieval and pre-Famine Gaelic Ireland, together with issues in contemporary culture.  

Teaching methods are with reference to textual scholarship, analysis and commentary. 


Lecture topics

Modules offered recently concentrate on genre, including constitutions (GA 1030), diaries (GA 2016), letters (GA 3022) and sagas (GA 3007); on context (such as the law and literature interface, GA 3030); on individual authors (in GA 6011, the writings of Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin), and the international aspect to Irish literature (GA 6015). 

Previous modules comprised undergraduate and graduate introductory or survey courses, in domains like bardic poetry and medieval intellectual life.


Research supervision

This is in the aforementioned lecturing areas, to all levels, MA (thesis element), MPhil and PhD.  There follows an indicative list of Modern Irish domains in which his students have completed or are undertaking research projects, together with representative graduate publications, distinctions and awards.   


Later medieval studies:

Death in the Annals of Connacht; Dónal Ó Catháin (MA 2011), Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship holder, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2013-16.


Post-Classical tradition, 1650-1900:

editions of prose/verse collections - of Liam Dall Ó hIfearnáin (Tipperary), by Daniel Finnan, PhD (in progress), of Padraig Phiarais Cúndún (east Cork), by Antoin Ó Floinn, PhD (in progress, with Neil Buttimer as second internal reader);

linguistics - early nineteenth-century language planning and standardisation, Finbarr Brendan (Barra) Ua Cearnaigh, PhD (2009) (see further below);

poetics -  early eighteenth-century political laments, Tomás L. Ó Murchú, PhD (2015), book chapter from, 'The language of discontent in Séamus Óg Mac Coitir's elegies' in A. Handy and B. Ó Conchubhair (eds), The language of gender, power and agency in Celtic Studies (2014), article from, 'Caoineadh ar Shéamas Óg Mac Coitir', Éigse: a journal of Irish Studies, Vol. 39 (2016), 71-95;

scribal culture - in eighteenth-century Dublin, Nessa O'Sullivan, MA (1990), in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Tipperary, Denis O'Dwyer (Donnchadh Ó Duibhir), PhD (2015).


Contemporary Irish:

Irish-language Revival organisations - Traolach Ó Ríordáin, Conradh na Gaeilge i gCorcaigh 1894-1910 (2000), based on PhD (1995); Máire Ní Shíocháin, 'Idir dhá ré: Conradh na Gaeilge i gCorcaigh, 1910-22, Cuid a hAon', Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 109 (2004), 67-100  based on MA (2002).

Irish and political ideology - Gaelic verse of the period 1916-23, Íde Bríd Ní Mhurchú, MA (2009);

Irish and public policy - in state agencies, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Laoise Nic Chárthaigh, PhD (2011) (see further below), and in local government, Naoise Bennéid, MA (2000);

Irish and public opinion - Seán Breandán Ó hUallacháin, Pobal an Stáit agus an Ghaeilge 1920-39 (2010) and Tagairtí Gaeilge i nuachtáin an Stáit, 1920-'39 (2012), based on MPhil (2002);

Irish publishing - by the state body, An Gúm, of translations from French literature, Marie Darmody, MA (2008) (Fulbright Irish-language Teaching Assistant, University of Notre Dame, 2010-11), from Anglo-Irish literature, Freda Ní Mhuileann, MA (2011), and educational materials, Seán Breandán Ó hUallacháin, PhD (with research travel support from CACSSS; submitted and approved, 2016);

Irish and regional culture - of West Waterford, Mícheál Ó Drisleáin, PhD (2013), articles from in An Linn Bhuí Vol. 12 (2008) and following, CD from, An grá dod dhúchas: amhráin agus seanchas a bhailigh an Dr Piaras de Hindeberg S.J. ins na Déise (2012);

Irish and education - Irish linguistic and literary history in Leaving Certificate syllabus, Selma Nic Suibhne, MA (2012);

Modern Irish and its international dimension -  in Montana, USA, Ciara Ní Riain (Ciara Ryan), PhD (in progress, with research travel support from CACSSS), article from, 'Seán "Irish" Ó Súilleabháin: ó Inis Fearann Ard go Butte, Montana', in Ríona Nic Congáil et al. (eag.), Litríocht na Gaeilge ar fud an domhain: cruthú, caomhnú agus athbheochan Iml. 1 (Baile Átha Cliath: LeabhairCOMHAR, 2015), 233-58.


Course and module development

Neil Buttimer established and formerly directed UCC's Higher Diploma / MA in Irish Heritage Management (1990-2000) and the University's BCL (Law and Irish) [Central Applications Office, CK 304] (1999- ) degrees. He also previously coordinated the institution's Certificate in Irish Studies, a programme developed originally in the Faculty of Celtic Studies for visiting international students, restructuring the offering and revising its delivery.

Development of the work-experience placement element of the Higher Diploma / MA in Irish Heritage Management involved interaction with national and international cultural institutions, together with support from Bord Fáilte, CERT, FÁS, Ireland's Heritage Council and other entities.

Graduates found employment opportunities, or enhanced them, as local authority heritage officers, in special- interest centres (Dublin Writers Museum, GAA Croke Park Museum, Georgian Society), ecotourism, educational administration, media (RTÉ Radio, TG4), Údarás na Gaeltachta and other outlets, within Ireland and overseas. 

Creation of the off-campus, Third-Year practicum aspect of the BCL (Law and Irish), as expressed in modules GA 3010 and GA 3012, followed engagement with, among others, the Translation Section (Rannóg an Aistriúcháin) of the Houses of the Oireachtas, agencies of the Irish state, such as the Attorney General's Office, the Courts Service, the Department of Foreign Affairs, RTÉ Legal Affairs Department, Údarás na Gaeltachta or legal practioners.  International collaboration in this regard has involved the Federal District Court, Montana, USA, together with the Irish Studies programme of the University of Montana, and the National Assembly for Wales.  Various Law and Irish placements are noted by students and graduates in LinkedIn profiles and that site's dedicated alumni group. 

Whether in Ireland or beyond, graduates are employed as lawyer linguists, legal academics, administrators and practitioners, as educational professionals, in Gaeltacht community development, and other fields.  Many have also finalised postgraduate research in Irish language and literature.

Other areas of interdisciplinary collaboration included creation, in 2006-07, of GA 2015, 'An Ghaeilge agus an Ceol', this module, linking Irish and Music, also receiving HEA Targeted Initiatives in Irish teaching and curriculum development funding, via UCC's Bord na Gaeilge. 

Modules Neil Buttimer added to the Department of Modern Irish syllabus since 2013 include GA 3022 (on Irish letters), GA 6011 (on the writings of Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin) and GA 6015 (on international Irish writing).  These additions reflect his ongoing research activities. 

Neil Buttimer salutes the major contribution Arts graduates of his in Irish continue to make at all levels, primary, secondary and tertiary, of this country's education system. 


Recent Postgraduates

 Graduation YearStudent NameInstitutionDegree TypeThesis Title
2009Finbarr Brendan (Barra) Ua Cearnaigh NUI (UCC)PHDAmhail fuaim chogair bhig: teangeolas Shéamais Uí Scoireadh [Johan Casper Zeuss Award of Societas Celtologica Europaea, 2010, for best PhD in Celtic Studies submitted to a European university in year of completion; published as monograph (An Sagart: An Díseart, An Daingean, 2011)]
2011Laoise Patricia Nic Chárthaigh (Lucy McCarthy) [Government of Ireland, Irish Research Council, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2013-15, Smurfit School, University College, Dublin] NUI (UCC)PHDÚdarás na Gaeltachta & cás Chontae Chorcaí, 1979-2009 [Published as e-book (litriocht.com)]
2013Michael Drislane (Micheál Ó Drisleáin) NUI (UCC)PHDAr thóir aitheantais is oidhreachta: Cnuasach an Dra Piaras de Hindeberg sna Déise - anailís agus ábhar [Publication grant, Royal Irish Academy, National Committee for Irish-language learning, 2013]
2015O'Dwyer, Denis (Donnchadh Ó Duibhir) NUI (UCC)PHDStair na Gaeilge i gContae Thiobraid Árann 1700-1901 (http://cora.ucc.ie/handle/10468/1794)
2015Tomás L. Ó Murchú [UCC College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences Postgraduate Scholarship holder, 2008-11; Ireland Canada University Foundation Scholar, 2014-15] NUI (UCC)PHDNa marbhnaí do Shéamas Óg Mac Coitir (1689-1720) [for publications from, see above]
2016Seán Breandán Ó hUallacháin NUI (UCC)PHD'Saothair Oideachais an Ghúim 1926-46'

Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
Finnan Daniel Doctoral Degree
O Floinn Antoin Doctoral Degree
Ryan Ciara Doctoral Degree

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2018Bunreacht na hÉireann (1937): An Leagan Gaeilge GA1030Bunreacht na hÉireann (1937): An Leagan Gaeilge
2018Dialanna na Gaeilge GA2016Dialanna na Gaeilge
2018Scéalaíocht na Nua-Ghaeilge GA3007Scéalaíocht na Nua-Ghaeilge
2018Litreacha na Gaeilge GA3022Litreacha na Gaeilge
2018Litríocht na Nua-Ghaeilge agus an Dlí GA3030Litríocht na Nua-Ghaeilge agus an Dlí
2018Gaelic Ireland, 1600-2000 A.D : the International Dimension GA6015Gaelic Ireland, 1600-2000 A.D : the International Dimension

Research Information

Internal Collaborators

 NameInstituteCountry
Professor Emeritus Patrick O'Flanagan Department of Geography, UCCIRELAND
Professor Emeritus William J. Smyth Department of Geography, UCCIRELAND
Dr Colin Rynne Department of Archaeology, UCCIRELAND

External Collaborators

 NameOrganisation / InstituteCountry
Professor Donncha Kavanagh Lochlann Quinn School of Business, University College, DublinIRELAND
Dr Traolach Ó Ríordáin Irish Studies Program, University of Montana MissoulaU.S.A.

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