Societas Celto-Slavica was founded in 2004 at the meeting held at the Institute for Linguistic Research, Moscow, with the aim of fostering and developing scientific collaboration between students and scholars of Celtic in Celtic-speaking and Slavic countries.
The meeting was chaired by the late Prof. Victor Kalygin, and attended by Prof. Séamus Mac Mathúna, the President of the Societas, and Prof. Tatyana Mikhailova, its Joint President, among others.
Including its inaugural colloquium at Ulster University in Coleraine in June 2005, the Societas has held ten colloquia so far. The most recent meeting was convened at the University of Leipzig, Germany, 27–29 October 2022.
Contact: Dr Maxim Fomin (secretary)