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Alexei Kondratiev

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Kondratiev was born in New York to a French mother and a Russian father. Raised in rural France near the site of ancient Celtic remains, he was inspired to learn the Irish language, first from books he found in libraries, then by living four years in the Aran Islands among native speakers.
 
Kondratiev was born in New York to a French mother and a Russian father. Raised in rural France near the site of ancient Celtic remains, he was inspired to learn the Irish language, first from books he found in libraries, then by living four years in the Aran Islands among native speakers.
  
For 25 years he taught Irish language at the Irish Arts Centre in New York as well as courses on Celtic mythology, early Celtic Christianity, and the history of Celtic traditional music. He was scholar guest of honor at the 2002 Mythcon in Boulder.<ref>Lynn Maudlin, "[http://file770.com/?p=3879 Alexei Kondratiev (1949-2010)]" (obituary) at [http://file770.com/ File 770: News of Science Fiction Fandom], retrieved 7 August 2010</ref>
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For 25 years he taught Irish language at the Irish Arts Centre in New York as well as courses on Celtic mythology, early Celtic Christianity, and the history of Celtic traditional music. He was scholar guest of honor at the [[Mythcon XXXIII|2002 Mythcon in Boulder]].<ref>Lynn Maudlin, "[http://file770.com/?p=3879 Alexei Kondratiev (1949-2010)]" (obituary) at [http://file770.com/ File 770: News of Science Fiction Fandom], retrieved 7 August 2010</ref>
 
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Alexei Kondratiev (1949-2010) was a Celtic scholar, linguist, author and long-time member of the Mythopoeic Society.

Kondratiev was born in New York to a French mother and a Russian father. Raised in rural France near the site of ancient Celtic remains, he was inspired to learn the Irish language, first from books he found in libraries, then by living four years in the Aran Islands among native speakers.

For 25 years he taught Irish language at the Irish Arts Centre in New York as well as courses on Celtic mythology, early Celtic Christianity, and the history of Celtic traditional music. He was scholar guest of honor at the 2002 Mythcon in Boulder.[1]

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  1. Lynn Maudlin, "Alexei Kondratiev (1949-2010)" (obituary) at File 770: News of Science Fiction Fandom, retrieved 7 August 2010