Sharron Gunn

Vice President at Victoria Gaelic Choir

Company:
Victoria Gaelic Choir
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Last Updated 6/7/2012

General Information

Employment History

//www.celtichearts.org/

England & France

Scottish and Irish History Teacher  - University of Victoria

Education

MA ( honours )  - University of Glasgow

degree  - history and Celtic studies , University of Glasgow

Affiliations

Board Member  - Celtic Hearts Romance Writers

Web References  

Celtic Hearts Romance Writers - Special Interest Online Chapter of Romance Writers of America

Instructor: Sharron Gunn w/a Sheila Currie
Sharron Gunn lives in British Columbia, and teaches British history part-time at university. While living over eight years in Europe, she studied the languages and history of Great Britain and France. She has a diplôme from the University of Nancy, France, a B.A. in French and a masters degree (2nd first degree) in Scottish History and Celtic Studies from the University of Glasgow. She is working on an historical fantasy. Instructor: Sharron Gunn Sharron Gunn lives in British Columbia, and teaches British history part-time at university. While living over eight years in Europe, she studied the languages and history of Great Britain and France. She has a diplôme from the University of Nancy, France, a B.A. in French and a masters degree (2nd first degree) in Scottish History and Celtic Studies from the University of Glasgow. She is working on an historical fantasy. Instructor: Sharron Gunn w/a Sheila Currie

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by Sharron GunnSharron Gunn lives in British Columbia, and teaches Gaelic as a non-credit university course, and French in high school.Of Scottish, French and Irish origin, she was born on the east coast of Canada where there are many people of the same background.Some knowledge of the Gaelic and French languages and cultures was inevitable.While living over eight years in Europe, she studied the languages and history of Great Britain and France.She has a diplôme from the University of Nancy, France, a B.A. in French and a masters degree (2nd first degree) in Scottish History and Celtic Studies from the University of Glasgow.She has just finished her first novel, an historical fantasy set in Scotland. by Sharron GunnSharron Gunn teaches Gaelic as a non-credit university course and French in high school.French has earned her enough to eat and stay warm, but Gaelic is her true love and avocation.She was born on the east coast of Canada where many people are of Scottish and Irish origin, and learned Gaelic from her grandfather who may have been descended from a dynasty of Gaelic poets.In the Scottish Highlands and Gaelic Ireland you could earn very good money writing poetry a few centuries ago.Imagine that, all you struggling poet-songwriters!When she went to Scotland and Ireland for the first time at the age of 15, she bought a Gaelic grammar book and taught herself how to read and write the language.Her parents, children of the jazz generation, thought she was odd.She has been interested in the language and history of the Gaels ever since and has a degree in history and Celtic studies from the University of Glasgow.She lives on the west coast of Canada and is the vice-president of the Victoria Gaelic Choir.

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Sharron Gunn, a member of the Victoria Gaelic Choir, is teaching there.For more information you can contact Sharron at 656-2590 or shelgunn@shaw.ca.Victoria Gaelic Choir - contact Sharron Gunn shelgunn@shaw.ca www.members.shaw.ca/ceol

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