PROCEEDINGS OF THE HARVARD CELTIC COLLOQUIUM
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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 33: 2013

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Publication Date: 11/24/2014

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240 pages

2 maps, 5 black and white illustrations

Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium

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  • Preface
  • Saints in the Scottish Landscape [Thomas Owen Clancy] (J. V. Kelleher Lecture)
  • What was the “assembly of the ‘hand-clapping’” in AU 772? [Alexandra Bergholm]
  • The Logic of Suantraidhe agus Goltraidhe [Matthieu Boyd]
  • Laughing Together: Reading Dafydd ap Gwilym through the Bakhtinian Lens [Liam Anton Brannelly]
  • A Homily on “The Blessedness of Jesus’ Mother” in the Catechesis Celtica (Vat. Reg. lat. 49): Translation and Notes [Bryan Carella]
  • The Wooden Sword: Age and Masculinity in Táin Bó Cúailnge [Jennifer Dukes-Knight]
  • Kate Roberts, Complex Nostalgia and Local Challenges to Britishness [Stephen M. Jones]
  • Owain Glyndŵr’s Grand Design: The Tripartite Indenture and the Vision of a New Wales [Michael Livingston]
  • Lamenting the Death of Dr. Edmund Byrne, Archbishop of Dublin, in 1723: Exploring the Connection between Letters and Poems [Liam Mac Mathúna]
  • Do feartaib Cairnich, Ireland and Scotland in the Twelfth Century [Patrick Wadden]
  • Abstracts of unpublished papers for volume 33

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