AboutI completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, and went on to complete my M.Phil at Trinity College Dublin, where I am currently undertaking my PhD.
The focus of my research is synchronic language variation in Old Irish, focusing specifically on the Old Irish glosses of Milan, St. Gall and Würzburg with a view to potentially identifying diatopic variation within the Old Irish corpus. My research interests extend far beyond linguistics and into mythology, paleography, codicology, and folk healing and medicine, to name a few
EducationTrinity College Dublin, PhD Irish & Celtic Studies: 2017-present
Trinity College Dublin, M.Phil Early Irish, 2015-2017
University of Toronto, Honours Bachelor of Arts Specialist Celtic Studies 2011 – 2015
PublicationsMalthaner, Ariana. 2019. “The intersection of literature & law: The Saga of Fergus mac Léti.” Studia Celtic Fennica 16: 90-106.
MembershipsThe Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature