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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 22: 2002

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ISBN 9780674031340

Publication Date: 09/30/2008

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250 pages

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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 22 includes “Toward a Breton Musical Patrimony: Symbiosis and Synthesis of the Folkloric, the Classical, and the Impressionistic,” by Paul-André Beméchat; “Celts and Hyperboreans: Crossing Mythical Boundaries,” by Timothy Bridgman; “The Sea as an Emotional Landscape in Scottish Gaelic Song,” by Màiri Sìne Chaimbeul; “Patriarchy and Power in Medieval Welsh Literature,” by Kirstie Chandler; “Tamlachta: The Map of Plague Burials and Some Implications for Early Irish History,” by Gene Haley; “A Social History of Houses: The Hebridean Example,” by Catriona Machie; “Some Thoughts on the Operation of Native Law in Medieval Ireland,” by Kevin Murray; “French Connections from Tipperary to Toulouse in the Ryan of Inch Papers, 1820,” by Grace Neville; “‘On va Parler Breton a Bruxelles?’: The Impact of the European Union on Celtic Cultural and National Identities,” by Lenora Timm; and “The Search for the Holy Grail: Scholars, Critics, and Occultists,” by Juliette Wood.

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