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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
A life history of the 'Irish' ecotype Tied stones and loose dogs2019 Journal of ethnology and folkloristics 13 (1): 51-78
  • Marcas Mac Coinnigh
H6/KVT [JOURNAL-]1736-6518
OId Irish absolute and conjunct endings and related issues2019 Journal of Indo-European studies 47 (1/2): 241-57
  • Frederik Kortland
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Lusmore: a famous fairy plant in Ireland2019 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 11: 1-29
  • Stiofán Ó Cadhla
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
Prosody, focus, and ellipsis in Irish2019 Language 95 (1): 66-106
  • Emily Elfner
  • James McCloskey
  • Ryan Bennett
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
The semiotics of Gallo dictionaries: indexing modern localness and distributing epistemic authority in minority language advocacy2019 Journal of linguistic anthropology 29 (1): 95-118
  • Sandra Keller
H6/KK [JOURNAL-]1055-1360
Dr Brian Stowell RBV, TH (1936-2019)2019 Folk life 57 (1): 80-3
  • Breesha Maddrell
  • Jamys O'Meara
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
The development of the Pictish symbol system: inscribing identity beyond the edges of empire2018 Antiquity 92 (365): 1329-48
  • Derek Hamilton
  • Gordon Noble
  • Martin Goldberg
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
QVNO, a Celtic personal name in a Roman inscription from Forua (Busturialdea, Bizkaia, Spain), Celtic personal names in Bizkaia and "dogs" in the Iberian peninsula2017 Journal of Indo-European studies 45 (3-4): 313-32
  • Fernando Fernández Palacios
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Language as a public good and national identity: Scotland's competing heritage languages2017 Nations and nationalism 23 (4): 939-51
  • Chris Chhim
  • Éric Bélanger
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
Phonological restrictions of lenition in Scottish Gaelic2017 Language 93 (2): 446-72
  • Adam Ussishkin
  • Andrew Carnie
  • Diana Archangeli
  • Elise Bell
  • Michael Hammond
  • Muriel Fischer
  • Yan Chen
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Sophia Morrison as Manx folklore and song collector2017 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 10: 117-32
  • Stephen Miller
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
On Desmond Bell's "The Last Storyteller?" A panel discussion2016 Cosmos 32: 119-29
  • Desmond Bell
  • Liv Willumsen
  • Louise S. Milne
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773in special issue 'Papers from the colloquia,Thinking about Celtic Mythology in the 21st Century. Celtic and Scottish Studies, School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh'
Burial-islands in Scotland: a remnant of Celtic mythology?2015 Cosmos 31: 97-107
  • Fañch Bihan-Gallic
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
Birds and brains of forgetfulness: Old Norse óminnis hegri, Old Irish inchinn dermait2015 Journal of Indo-European studies 43 (3-4): 393-422
  • William Sayers
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
*Percos/*Ercos: an unknown Celtic theonym2014 Journal of Indo-European studies 42 (1-2): 40-100
  • Guillaume Oudaer
  • Patrice Lajoye
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Ogmios and the eternal word2014 Cosmos 30: 1-35
  • John Carey
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
Irish ways in the 1911 census2014 Irish journal of anthropology 17 (1): 51-8
  • Dymphna Lonergan
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
"It's fake - I mean it sounds the same, but it's fake": plasticity, simulation and passing through the Irish language in Belgium2014 Irish journal of anthropology 17 (1): 46-50
  • Sean O'Dubhghaill
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
Indo-European expansion cycles2012 Journal of Indo-European studies 40 (3/4): 365-433
  • Axel Kristinsson
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
L'onomomastique celte dans la Dacie romane2012 Studii şi cercetări de istorie veche şi arheologie 63 (1-2): 67-81
  • Monica Dragostin
H6/KE [STUDII-]1220-4781
On Indo-European roads2011 Journal of Indo-European studies 39 (3/4): 299-341
  • Lenka Dočkalová
  • Václav Blažek
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Regional affiliation and national belonging: the importance of language2011 Ethnologie française 41 (1): 141-9
  • Alexandra Filhon
H6/KVD [ETHNOLOGIE-]0046-2616English and German summaries
Back into the fields and into the woods: old Irish íath 'land, field' and fíad 'wild; deer; uncultivated land' revisited2011 Journal of Indo-European studies 39 (1/2): 116-28
  • Melanie Malzahn
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Seán Ó Súilleabhaín: An Cartlannai agus an Scoláire2011 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 7: 34-60
  • Ken Ó Donnchú
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137English summary
The origins of the American proto-ogam2010 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 28: 13-15
  • M.G. Boutet
'The silly treun': an odd bird identified2009 Folk life 47: 51-7
  • John B. Smith
  • Lillis Ó Laoire
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
Cosmography in Tochmarc Étaíne2009 Journal of Indo-European studies 37 (1/2): 115-29
  • Ronald Hicks
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Edward Lhwyd (c.1660-1709): folklorist2009 Folklore 120 (1): 36-56
  • Brynley Roberts
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
The pangs of Ulstermen: an exchangist perspective2008 Journal of Indo-European studies 36 (1/2): 52-66
  • James Carney
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
A Scottish Gaelic piping term in a bardic poem to the MacDonnells of Antrim2008 Ulster folklife 52: 1-16
  • Seán Donnelly
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Variation in Gaelic storytelling2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 209-43
  • Carol Zall
A hero's lament: Aithbrheac inghean Coirceadail's lament for Niall Óg mac Néill2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 106-19
  • Joseph J. Flahive
Brìgh 'Chiùil: vernacular ear-learned piping in Cape Breton and south UIst explored through Seanchas-based narratives2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 59-91
  • Tiber F.M. Falzett
A bawdy new year's rhyme from Gaelic Scotland2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 1-35
  • Ronald Black
Proverbs in wellerisms2007 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 52 (1): 177-89
  • Fionnuala Carson Williams
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803in special issue 'Anti-proverbs in contemporary societies'
Grendel's mother (Beowulf) and the Celtic sovereignty goddess2007 Journal of Indo-European studies 35 (1-2): 31-52
  • William Sayers
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Chamalières sníeθθic and 'binding' in Celtic2007 Journal of Indo-European studies 35 (1-2): 9-29
  • Bernard Mees
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The motif of sex metamorphosis in insular Celtic literature and folklore2006 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 3: 54-64
  • Phillip A. Bernhardt-House
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
Folk narrative research in Wales at the beginning of the twentieth century: the influence of John Rhŷs (1840-1916)2005 Folklore 116 (3): 325-41
  • Juliette Wood
H6/KF [FOLKLORE]0015-587X
From rock carvings to Celtic weltanschauung in A Ferradura: a sanctuary of the Hillfort culture in northwest Spain2004 Journal of Indo-European studies 32 (3/4): 319-36
  • Manuel Santos Estévez
  • Marco V. García Quintela
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Indo-European elements in Celtic and Indo-Iranian epic tradition: the trial of champions in the Táin Bó Cúailnge and the Shahnameh2004 Journal of Indo-European studies 32 (1/2): 61-78
  • Connell Monette
H6 'JOURNAL-'0092-2323
Thoughts on Vercelli eu2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (1/2): 129-44
  • Joseph F. Eska
  • Rex E. Wallace
Why should a demonstrative turn into a preposition ? The evolution of Welsh predicative yn2002 Language 78 (4): 710-64
  • Orin D. Genser
Language and nationality: the role of policy towards Celtic languages in the consolidation of Tudor power2001 Nations and nationalism 7 (3): 317-38
  • Gillian Brennan
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
A tale of two helmets: the Negau A and B inscriptions2001 Journal of Indo-European studies 29 (1/2): 69-172
  • Tom Markey
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Indo-Celtic connections: ethic, magic and linguistic2001 Journal of Indo-European studies 29 (3/4): 379-405
  • Stefan Zimmer
Irish proverbs and Európai Közmondások2000 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 45 (3/4): 421-37
  • Fionnuala Carson Williams
1216-9803in special issue 'The Magyars in Europe (2): chapters from the cultural history of the Hungarians. Four hundredth anniversary of the first book of Hungarian proverbs; János Baranyai Decsi Csimor's life and work'
Language in prehistoric Ireland1999 Ulster folklife 45: 3-16
  • J. P. Mallory
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-6413in special issue 'Language in Ulster/Ulster folklife'
Some observations about the topomymy of Vallon-Pont-d'Arc (Ardèche)1997 Le monde alpin et rhodanien 2/4: 99-108, 263
  • Georges Massot
in special issue 'Nommer l'espace'; English summary
Celtic movements in the first [millennium]B.C1992 Journal of Indo-European studies 20: 145-78
  • K H Schmidt
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