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Tables of Contents – Vol. 1 (1981) – 14 (1994)

Vol. I (1981)

Edited by James E. Doan and Cornelius G. Buttimer. Pp. 176

  • Jean Rittmueller, The Hiberno-Latin Background of the Matthew Commentary of Máel-Brigte ua Máeluanaig
  • Seamus Boyle, A poem on Cenél Énnai
  • John T. Koch, The Loss of the Final Syllables and Loss of Declension in Brittonic
  • Nerys T. Patterson, Material and Symbolic Exchange in Early Irish Clientship
  • Cornelius G. Buttimer, Loegaire mac Néill in the Bórama
  • Amy Varin, A Breton Mystery Play and the Catholic Reformation
  • Uursula J. Moore, Celtic Themes in Shakespeare’s Plays
  • James E. Doan, Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh as Archetypal Poet in Irish Folk Tradition
  • Joyce Flynn, The Route to the Táin: James Stephens’ Preparation for His Unfinished Epic
  • Philip T. O’Leary, The Fiction of P. H. Pearse: An Idealist’s Credo
  • William J. Mahon, Images of Deformity and Blemish in the Stories of Máirtin Ó Cadhain
  • Desmond O’Grady, The Burden of the Past and Modern Irish Poetry

Vol. II (1982)

Edited by JOHN T. KOCH and JEAN RITTMUELLER. Pp. 274

  • JEAN RITTMUELLER, The Hiberno-Latin Background of the Leabhar Breac Homily ‘In cena Domini’
  • WILLIAM J. MAHON, Béarlagair na Saor
  • AMY VARIN, Dahut and Gradlon
  • JAMES E. DOAN, Mediterranean Influences on Insular Manuscript lllumination
  • PHILIP T. O’LEARY, Two Strands: Cultural Identity and Alienation in the Novels of Tarlach Ó hUid
  • CORNELIUS G. BUTTIMER, Scéla Mucce Meic Dathó: A Reappraisal
  • MARGO R. GRIFFIN-WILSON, Sidelights on History: The Book of Magauran and the Annals
  • JOHN T. KOCH, Gaulish eti-c, eththi-c < IE *esti kwe?
  • JOYCE FLYNN, Dialect as a Didactic Tool: Maria Edgeworth’s Hiberno-English
  • JOHN ARMSTRONG III, Old Welsh Computus Fragment and Bede’s Pagina Regularis: Part I.

Vol. III (1983)

Edited by JOHN T. KOCH and JEAN RITTMUELLER. Pp. 273

  • MARIA TYMOCZKO, Knowledge and Vision in Early Welsh Gnomic Poetry
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, ‘What Stalked Through the Post Office?’: Pearse’s Cú Chulainn
  • RICHARD SPROAT, VSO Languages and Welsh Configurationality
  • AMY VARI N, The Relative Ages of Two Versions of the Vita Sancti Winwaloei
  • KENNETH E. NILSEN, Some Features of the Irish of Bun A’ Cruc, Recess, Co. Galway
  • JEAN RITTMUELLER, The Religious Poetry of Siôn Cent
  • JAMES E. DOAN, The Animal Style in Celtic and Thracian Art
  • JOHN T. KOCH, The Sentence in Gaulish
  • WILLIAM J. MAHON, Béarlagair na Saor: Addenda
  • JOHN ARMSTRONG III, Practical Methods for Computer Sorting and Searching in Non-Standard Writing Systems
  • JOYCE FLYNN, Miracle Play and Myth-making Drama: Lady Gregory’s Stage Portrayal of the Imaginative World.

Vol. IV (1984)


  • RANDI ELDEVIK, A Vergilian Model for the Immrama?
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, Sea Stories and Soul Searching: The Fiction of Diarmaid Ó Súilleabháin
  • DEBORAH A. FIELD, Computers in Celtic Studies: Preliminary Notes on Cóir Anmann
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, Repetition in the Book of Leinster Táin Bó Cúailnge and in Neo-Classical Rhetoric
  • KENNETH E. NILSEN, A Nineteenth-Century Irish Life of St. Margaret
  • BRIAN R. FRYKENBERG, Suibhne, Lailoken, and the Taídiu
  • WENDY LEWIS, The Loss of Reduplication in Middle Irish
  • WILLIAM J. MAHON, Some Notes on the Demonstrative-lnitial Construction.

Vol. V (1985)


  • KENNETH E. NILSEN, Three Irish Manuscripts in Massachusetts
  • MARIA TYMOCZKO, Unity and Duality? A Theoretical Perspective on the Ambivalence of Celtic Goddesses
  • VIVIANE DEPREZ and KEN HALE, Resumptive Pronouns in Irish
  • NERYS PATTERSON, Kinship Law or Number Symbolism: Models of Distributive Justice in Old Irish Law
  • JAMES E. DOAN, Sovereignty Aspects in the Roles of Women in Medieval Irish and Welsh Society
  • DOROTHY C. AFRICA, St. Malachy the Irishman: Kinship, Clan, and Reform
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, The Beautiful Women and the Warriors in the LL TBC and in Twelfth-Century Neo-Classical Rhetoric
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, Unwise and Unlovable: Translation in the Early Days of the Gaelic Revival
  • REUN AR C’HALAN, Meven Mordiern’s Celtic Calling
  • JOHN ARMSTRONG, A Glossarial Index of Nouns and Adjectives in Irish Grammatical Tracts II-IV.

Vols. VI & VII (1986/87; double volume)

Edited by BRIAN R. FRYKENBERG and KAARINA HOLLO. Pp. 189 + 166

  • JOHN T. KOCH, New Thoughts on Albion, Ierne, and the Pretanic Isles
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, Balance in the Book of Leinster Tain Bó Cúailnge and in Classical Rhetoric
  • RENÉ GALAND, The Ideological Significance of Emgann Kergidu
  • JOHN CAREY, Questions of Interpolation in the Opening Cantos of Saltairna Rann
  • KENNETH E. NILSEN, The Nova Scotia Gael in Boston
  • PHILIP O’LEARY,‘Children of the Same Mother’: Gaelic Relations with other Celtic Revival Movements 1882-1916
  • NERYS PATTERSON, The O’Doran Legal Family and the Sixteenth-Century Recensions of the Pseudo-Historical Prologue to Senchas Már
  • ANDREW ENDA DUFFY, The Anglicization of ‘Una Bhán’
  • JENNIFER C. CORNELL, ‘Dark and Drublie Days’: The Black Death and the Growth of Scottish Nationalism (c. 1300 1500)
  • JOHN CAREY, Time, Space, and the Otherworld
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, Displaced Persons: Urban Life in Gaelic Fiction to the Founding of the Free State
  • LISA BITEL, Sex, Sin, and Celibacy in Early Christian Ireland
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, The Problem of Classical Influence in the Táin Bó Cúailnge: Significant Parallels with Twelfth-Century Neo-Classical Rhetoric
  • MICHAEL JONES, The Failure of Romanization in Celtic Britain
  • KEN HALE, Incorporation and the Irish Synthetic Verb Forms.

Vols. VIII & IX (1988/89; double volume)

Edited by WILLIAM MAHON. Pp. 132 + 121

  • PETER McQUILLAN, Finn, Fothad, and Fian: Some Early Associations
  • WILLIAM MAHON, Glasraige, Tóecraige, and Araid: Evidence from Ogam
  • NERYS PATTERSON, Wife as Vassal: Gender Construction in Medieval Wales
  • MARGARET WESSELING, Structure and Image in the Altus Prosator Columba’s Symmetrical Universe
  • LAURIE PATTON, Alexander Carmichael, Carmina Gadelica, and Nature of Ethnographic Representation
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, Discouraging Words from the Golden West: The Conamara of Pádhraic Óg Ó Conaire
  • JOHN T. KOCH, Some Etymologies Relevant to Mythology in the Four Branches
  • MARGO GRIFFIN-WILSON, Cluain agus Cluanaire
  • JOHN CAREY, Otherworlds and Verbal Worlds in Middle Irish Narrative
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, Seanchuidhthe, Séadna, Sheehan, and the Zeitgeist: Folklore and Folklife in Gaelic Fiction of the Early Revival
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, Psycho-Social Correlants of Male-Female Relationships as Reflected in Early Irish Traditions.

Vols. X & Xl (1990/91; double volume)

Edited by WILLIAM MAHON and PHILIP M. FREEMAN. Pp. 148 + 93

  • ROLF NOYER, Secondary Epenthesis and Stress in Munster Irish
  • JOHN CAREY, Time, Memory, and the Boyne Necropolis
  • NERYS PATTERSON, Celts, Women, and the Rise of the English Gentleman: Marginalizing Process in Early Modern British Society
  • EITHNE GUILFOYLE, Light Verbs, Passives, and A-Chains in Irish
  • JOHN BOLLARD, Gwyn eu Byd: Some Comments in the Myrddin Poetry
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, ‘The Dead Generations’: Irish History in the Gaelic Revival
  • PHILIP M. FREEMAN, A Middle Irish Version of the Romulus and Remus Story
  • BARBARA HILLERS, The Irish Historical Romance: A New Development?
  • JERRY HUNTER, Dead Pigs, Place-names, and SirJohn Rhys: Reconsidering the Onomastic Elements of Kulhwch ac Olwen
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, The Gaelic Movement and the Vigilance Campaign against ‘Indecent’ Literature, 1899-1913
  • JOHH SHOVLIN, Pilgrimage and the Construction of Irish National Identity
  • AMY VARIN, ‘Foreign Literature’: Thackeray’s Pretty Breton Pastoral.

Vol. XII (1992)


  • W. F. H. NICOLAISEN, The Onomastic Legacy of Gaelic in Scotland
  • JOHN CAREY, Aerial Ships and Underwater Monasteries: The Evolution of a Monastic Marvel
  • JAMES E. DOAN, The Erotics of Backgammon in Provençal and Irish Poetry
  • ERIC P. HAMP, Goidil, Féni, Gwynedd
  • JERRY HUNTER, Traddodiad y Celwydd Golau: The Welsh Tall Tale Tradition
  • BARBARA HILLERS, The Odyssey of a Folktale: Merugud Uilix Meic Leirtis
  • PAMELA HOPKINS, The Symbology of Water in Irish Pseudo-History
  • MELINDA GRAY, Madness and the Welsh Novel: A Reading of Saunders Lewis’ Monica
  • LISI OLIVER, The Origin of Irish Resonant Geminates and MacNeill’s Law
  • JONATHAN DAVID BOBALJIK and ANDREW HAY CARNIE, A Minimalist Approach to Some Problems of Irish World Order
  • ELIZABETH J. PYATT, Incomplete Subject Raising and Government: Deriving Welsh Surface Word Order
  • JAMES A. STEWART JR., Political and Cultural Change in the Seventeenth-Century House of Argyll and Clan Campbell
  • ANGELIQUE GULERMOVICH, Women’s World: Threats and Prophecies, Lies and Revelations in Arthurian Romance and Medieval Irish Literature
  • MORTEN WARMIND, Sacred Kingship among the Celts
  • ANNE LEA, Love, Sex, and the Mercenary Soldier.

Vol. XIII (1993)


  • J. P. MALLORY, The Archaeology of the Irish Dreamtime
  • ANGELA BOURKE, Fairies and Anorexia: Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill’s Amazing Grass
  • BETTINA N. KIMPTON, ‘Blow the House Down’: Coding, the Banshee, and Woman’s Place
  • JULIE K. MARREN, From Bean Chaointe to Fear Léinn: The Lament for Art O’Leary
  • JERRY HUNTER, Professional Poets and Personal Insults: Ad Hominem Attacks in Late Medieval Welsh Ymrysonau
  • BARBARA HILLERS, Voyages Between Heaven and Hell: Navigating the Early Irish Immram Tales
  • BETTEJANE CRIGGER, Crazy Like a Fox: On Rehabilitating the Old Irish Legal Apparatus
  • LISI OLIVER, Forced and Unforced Rape in Early Irish Society
  • DOROTHY DILTS SWARTZ, The Legal Status of Women in Early Medieval Ireland and Wales in Comparison with Western European and Mediterranean Societies: Environmental and Social Correlations
  • DONNA WONG, Combat Between Fosterbrothers in Táin Bó Cúailnge
  • PHILIP M. FREEMAN, Homer, Callimachus, Lucilius, and Virgil: The Classical Poet’s View to the West
  • JOHN SODERBERG, A Lost Cultural Exchange: Reconsidering the Bologna Shrine’s Origin and Use
  • RALPH M. ROWLETT, North Gaulish Forms of the Gundestrup Cauldron.

Vol. XIV (1994)


  • MÁIRE HERBERT, An Infancy Narrative of Saint Ciarán
  • ERICA J. SESSLE, Exploring the Limitations of the Sovereignty Goddess through the Role of Rhiannon
  • DONNA WONG, Christianity and the Ulster Cycle in Cath Maige Rath
  • LESLIE JONES, Heads or Grails?: A Reassessment of the Celtic Origin of the Grail Legend
  • JERRY HUNTER, Feast of Words: Conspicuous Consumption and Praise Poetry in Medieval Wales
  • MICHELE GOLDWASSER, What Drives the Mabinogi?
  • BARBARA HILLERS, Music from the Otherworld: Modern Gaelic Legends about Fairy Music
  • ANNA R. K. BOSCH, Stress versus Pitch Prominence in North Welsh
  • KATHRYN CHADBOURNE, Giant Women and Flying Machines
  • LISI OLIVER, Irish Influence on Early Anglo-Saxon Orthographic Practice
  • PHILIP O’LEARY, At the Cow’s Rump or in The National Theatre?: Issues in Gaelic Drama, 1922-1939
  • Rev. ELIZABETH A. LERNER, Virgins and Mothers: Feminine Ideals and Female Roles in the early Irish Church
  • LAURANCE J. MANEY, When Brigit Met Patrick
  • RALPH M. ROWLETT, Did Iron Age Celts Really Hunt Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)?

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