PROCEEDINGS OF THE HARVARD CELTIC COLLOQUIUM
Cover: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 26/27: 2006 and 2007 in HARDCOVER

Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 26/27: 2006 and 2007

  • Preface
  • Harvard Celtic Colloquium 26
    • Heroic Recycling in Celtic Tradition [Joseph F. Nagy] (J. V. Kelleher Lecture)
    • On the Celtic-American Fringe: Irish–Mexican Encounters in the Texas–Mexico Borderlands [Marian J. Barber]
    • The Encomium Urbis in Medieval Welsh Poetry [Helen Fulton]
    • Prophecy in Welsh Manuscripts [Morgan Kay]
    • “Ceol agus Gaol” (“Music and Relationship”): Memory, Identity, and Community in Boston’s Irish Music Scene [Natalie Kirschstein]
    • Colonization Circulars: Timber Cycles in the Time of Famine [Kathryn Miles]
    • Up Close and Personal: The French in Bantry Bay (1796) in the Bantry Estate Papers [Grace Neville]
    • In Praise of Two Margarets: Two Laudatory Poems by Piaras Feiritéar [Deirdre Nic Mhathúna]
    • Observations on Cross-Cultural Names and Name Patterns in Medieval Wales and the March [Laura Radiker]
    • Mouth to Mouth: Gaelic Stories as Told within One Family [Carol Zall]
    • Abstracts of unpublished papers for volume 26
  • Harvard Celtic Colloquium 27
    • Poets and Carpenters: Creating the Architecture of Happiness in Late-Medieval Wales [Richard Suggett] (J. V. Kelleher Lecture)
    • Revisiting Preaspiration: Evidence from the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland [Anna Bosch]
    • The Anoetheu Dialogue in Culhwch ac Olwen [Fiona Dehghani]
    • Homophony and Breton Loss of Lexis [Francis Favereau]
    • The Origins of ‘the Jailtacht’ [Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost]
    • A Confluence of Wisdom: The Symbolism of Wells, Whirlpools, Waterfalls and Rivers in Early Celtic Sources [Sharon Paice MacLeod]
    • The Real Charlotte: The Exclusive Myth of Somerville and Ross [Donald McNamara]
    • Language Shift in Early Twentieth-Century Ireland [Máire Ní Chiosáin]
    • Conceptions of an Urban Ideal and the Early Modern Welsh Town [Sally-Anne Shearn]
    • Abstracts of unpublished papers for volume 27

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