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The language of the printing-house: why so many books in Welsh and Scottish Gaelic were printed in 18th-century Ireland, and so few in Irish2020 Folk life 58 (1): 36-51
  • Niall Ó Ciosáin
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
The language or remembrance: Welsh and English on First World War war memorials2017 Folk life 55 (2): 112-36
  • Gwenllian M. Awbery
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
The intangible cultural heritage of Wales: a need for safeguarding?2013 International journal of intangible heritage 8: 104-16
  • David Howell
'A narrow swathe of English eccentricity': the reopening of the Talyllyn and Ffestiniog railways2011 Folk life 49 (2): 154-68
  • Dafydd Roberts
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
Orthographic transparency shapes visual attention underlying orthographic encoding: the case of Welsh-English bilingualism2011 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen (26): 44-62
  • Marie Lallier
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157XEnglish summary
Edward Lhwyd (c.1660-1709): folklorist2009 Folklore 120 (1): 36-56
  • Brynley Roberts
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Biblical verses in Welsh commemorative inscriptions2007-2008 Folk life 46: 58-72
  • Gwenllian M. Awbery
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
Owning and belonging: a semiotic investigation of the affective categories of a burgeois society2004 Comparative studies in society and history 46 (2): 300-25
  • Paul Manning
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
English money and Welsh rocks: division of language and divisions of labor in nineteenth-century Wesh slate quarries2002 Comparative studies in society and history 44 (3): 481-510
  • H. Paul Manning
Verzögerter Aufbruch2002 Pogrom 32 (2): 28-9
  • George Jones
0720-5058in thematic section 'Minderheiten und Medien: den Sprachen ihre Stimme'
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
Stereophonic nation: the bilingual sounds of Cool Cymru FM2000 International journal of cultural studies 3 (2): 188-98
  • Geraint Ellis
1367-8779in special issue 'Radiocracy'
Literature in Irish from the earliest texts to modern times1999 Ulster folklife 45: 17-35
  • Robbie Hannan
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-6413in special issue 'Language in Ulster/Ulster folklife'
Contested communities: the refuge movement and cultural identities in Wales1997 Sociological review 45 (3): 416-36
  • Nickie Charles
Class, status and party in the analysis of nationalism: lessons from Max Weber1997 Nations and nationalism 3 (4): 559-77
  • Ralph Fevre
Rewriting and rethinking the Welsh folktale1997 Lore and language 15 (1/2): 48-65
  • Juliette Wood
Here today, gone tomorrow? Language and dialect in a Welsh community1991-2 Folk Life 30: 84-95
  • B Thomas