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Caitlin Moon (BA Art History, BALLC French, Italian, and German 2015) is doing well in her PhD program at Trinity College, Dublin. In 2019 she successfully passed her mini-viva. She was invited to present her research at the Aspects Festival in Co. Down, Northern Ireland as a guest of Lady Lindy Dufferin. She is using her background in Medieval Art History and Old Irish to help Lady Dufferin with a personal research project. She has begun to present papers at academic conferences across Europe and the United States, including the upcoming JGS Conference at Notre Dame.
Caitlin's knowledge of languages has also become essential to her participation in the revival of the Early Irish Harp. She is one of a hundred or so people in the world to play this instrument, where much of the extant material is written in Old Irish, Latin, or German. Caitlin has also spent considerable personal time traveling through the Austrian, German, Swiss, and Italian Alps during this past summer. She has obtained senior status as the Nonfiction Editor of the Trinity-based academic journal College Green, where she is also a celebrated contributing writer.
Caitlin's career goals focus on hosting medieval-centric documentaries. She plans to launch a corresponding YouTube channel in early 2020.
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