PROCEEDINGS OF THE HARVARD CELTIC COLLOQUIUM
Cover: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 14: 1994 in PAPERBACK

Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 14: 1994

Edited by A. Hopkins

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PAPERBACK

$15.00 • £12.95 • €13.50

ISBN 9780964244641

Publication Date: 12/15/2006

Short

  • An Infancy Narrative of Saint Ciarán [Máire Herbert]
  • Exploring the Limitations of the Sovereignty Goddess through the Role of Rhiannon [Erica J. Sessle]
  • Christianity and the Ulster Cycle in Cath Maige Rath [Donna Wong]
  • Heads or Grails?: A Reassessment of the Celtic Origin of the Grail Legend [Leslie Jones]
  • Feast of Words: Conspicuous Consumption and Praise Poetry in Medieval Wales [Jerry Hunter]
  • What Drives the Mabinogi? [Michele Goldwasser]
  • Music from the Otherworld: Modern Gaelic Legends about Fairy Music [Barbara Hillers]
  • Stress versus Pitch Prominence in North Welsh [Anna R. K. Bosch]
  • Gods in the Hood [Angelique Gulermovich Epstein]
  • Giant Women and Flying Machines [Kathryn Chadbourne]
  • Irish Influence on Early Anglo-Saxon Orthographic Practice [Lisi Oliver]
  • At the Cow’s Rump or in The National Theatre?: Issues in Gaelic Drama, 1922-1939 [Philip O’Leary]
  • Virgins and Mothers: Feminine Ideals and Female Roles in the early Irish Church [Rev. Elizabeth A. Lerner]
  • When Brigit Met Patrick [Laurance J. Maney]
  • Did Iron Age Celts Really Hunt Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)? [Ralph M. Rowlett]

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