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Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 15: 1995

Edited by Kathryn Chadbourne

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ISBN 9780964244696

Publication Date: 12/15/2006


  • The Earliest Irish Personal Letter
    Sheryl L. Forste-Grupp
  • Editorial Method: Thomas Parry and Gwaith Dafydd ap Gwilym
    Helen Fulton
  • Three Forms of a Hero: Arthur, Owain Lawgoch, and Owain Glyndwr
    Elissa Henken
  • Aber Perydon: River of Death
    Toby D. Griffen
  • Furbaide’s Tooth
    Karen E. Burgess
  • Paying One’s Dues: The Storyteller as Mediator in the Irish Fairy Legend "The Man Who Had No Story"
    Elena O’Malley
  • The Archaeology of Roman Material in Ireland
    Philip Freeman
  • Record and Reality: The Case of the Eastern Gaels
    Benjamin T. Hudson
  • Rethinking the Political Narrative of Medieval Ireland--The Hagiographer as Witness
    Lawrance J. Maney
  • Was Vortigern a Pelagian?
    D.K. Broadwell
  • The Harrowing of Hell in the Poems of Blathmac and the Gospel of Nicodemus: Dependence or Convergence
    Lisa Lawrence
  • Nature, Fertility and Animal Miracles in the Lives of Saints Coemgan and Cainnech
    Victoria M. Lord
  • Baptizing the Fairies: The Christian-Conversion Typescence as a Rite du Passage
    Dan M. Wiley
  • Folk Healers and Healing in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Wales
    Kathryn Chadbourne
  • From Tree to Poetree: Rewritings of Buile Shuibhne in the Twentieth Century
    Annette Pehnt
  • The Abbot of Druimenaig: Genderbending in Gaelic Tradition
    Barbara Hillers
  • "Rebuilding Tara in Our Mental World": The Gaelic Author and the Heroic Tradition, 1922-1939
    Philip O’Leary
  • The Crimes of Lady Charlotte Guest
    Donna R. White
  • A 3-D Interactive Celtic Experience: Mixed Messages in Ireland’s Celtworld
    Amy Hale
  • Mathematical Sophistication of the Insular Celts--Spirals, Symmetries and Knots as a Window onto their World View
    Brent R. Doran

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