PROCEEDINGS OF THE HARVARD CELTIC COLLOQUIUM
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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 29: 2009

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Publication Date: 05/02/2011

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This volume includes “Fabricating Celts: How Iron Age Iberians Became Indo-Europeanized During the Franco Regime,” by Aarón Alzola Romero and Eduardo Sánchez-Moreno; “Nations in Tune: the Influence of Irish music on the Breton musical revival in the 1960s and 1970s,” by Yann Bévant; “Ethnicity, Geography, and the Passage of Dominion in the Mabinogi and Brut y Brenhinedd,” by Christina Chance; “Rejecting Mother’s Blessing: the absence of the fairy in the Welsh search for identity,” by Adam Coward; “Gwalarn: An Attempt to Renew Breton Literature,” by Gwendal Denez and Erwan Hupel; “At the Crossroads: World War One and the Shifting Roles of Men and Women in Breton Ballad Song Practice,” by Natalie Anne Franz; “Apocryphal Sanctity in the Lives of Irish Saints,” by Máire Johnson; “An Dialog etre Arzur Roe d’an Bretounet ha Guynglaff and its Connections with Arthurian Tradition,” by Herve Le Bihan; “A Walk on the Wild Side: Women, Men and Madness,” by Edyta Lehmann; “The Early Establishment of Celtic Studies in North American Universities,” by Michael Linkletter; “‘In t-indellchró bodba fer talman’: A Reading of Cú Chulainn’s First Recension ríastrad,” by Elizabeth Moore; “Dream and Vision in Late-Medieval Scotland: The Epic Case of William Wallace,” by Kylie Murray; “ ‘‘Some of you will curse her’: Women’s Writing during the Irish-Language Revival,” by Riona Nic Congáil; “Dating Peredur: New Light on Old Problems,” by Natalia I. Petrovskaia; “‘From the shame you have done’: Comparing the Stories of Blodeuedd and Bláthnait,” by Sarah L. Pfannenschmidt; and “‘And there was a fourth son’: Narrative Variation in Cyfranc Lludd a Llefelys,” by Kelly Ann Randell.

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