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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Prosody, focus, and ellipsis in Irish2019 Language 95 (1): 66-106
  • Emily Elfner
  • James McCloskey
  • Ryan Bennett
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
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 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
Lusmore: a famous fairy plant in Ireland2019 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 11: 1-29
  • Stiofán Ó Cadhla
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
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
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
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
Sophia Morrison as Manx folklore and song collector2017 Béascna: journal of folklore and ethnology 10: 117-32
  • Stephen Miller
H6/KVC [BEASCNA-]1649-2137
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
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
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
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'
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
Burial-islands in Scotland: a remnant of Celtic mythology?2015 Cosmos 31: 97-107
  • Fañch Bihan-Gallic
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
*Percos/*Ercos: an unknown Celtic theonym2014 Journal of Indo-European studies 42 (1-2): 40-100
  • Guillaume Oudaer
  • Patrice Lajoye
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
"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
Irish ways in the 1911 census2014 Irish journal of anthropology 17 (1): 51-8
  • Dymphna Lonergan
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
Ogmios and the eternal word2014 Cosmos 30: 1-35
  • John Carey
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
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
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
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
The origins of the American proto-ogam2010 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 28: 13-15
  • M.G. Boutet
H6/KE [EPIGRAPHIC-]
Edward Lhwyd (c.1660-1709): folklorist2009 Folklore 120 (1): 36-56
  • Brynley Roberts
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Cosmography in Tochmarc Étaíne2009 Journal of Indo-European studies 37 (1/2): 115-29
  • Ronald Hicks
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
'The silly treun': an odd bird identified2009 Folk life 47: 51-7
  • John B. Smith
  • Lillis Ó Laoire
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
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
The pangs of Ulstermen: an exchangist perspective2008 Journal of Indo-European studies 36 (1/2): 52-66
  • James Carney
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
A bawdy new year's rhyme from Gaelic Scotland2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 1-35
  • Ronald Black
H6/KVC [SCOTTISH-]ONLY ISBN
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
H6/KVC [SCOTTISH-]ONLY ISBN
A hero's lament: Aithbrheac inghean Coirceadail's lament for Niall Óg mac Néill2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 106-19
  • Joseph J. Flahive
H6/KVC [SCOTTISH-]ONLY ISBN
Variation in Gaelic storytelling2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 209-43
  • Carol Zall
H6/KVC [SCOTTISH-]
Chamalières sníeθθic and 'binding' in Celtic2007 Journal of Indo-European studies 35 (1-2): 9-29
  • Bernard Mees
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
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
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'
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
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
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
Thoughts on Vercelli eu2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (1/2): 129-44
  • Joseph F. Eska
  • Rex E. Wallace
0092-2323
Why should a demonstrative turn into a preposition ? The evolution of Welsh predicative yn2002 Language 78 (4): 710-64
  • Orin D. Genser
0097-8507
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
0092-2323
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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