Proceedings


Volume I & II: Edinburgh (2013) & Aberystwyth (2014).
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  • Preface, Christopher Lewin, pp. 1–7.
  • ‘Minority language abandonment beyond the classroom: Welsh application in adolescents’, Abigail Ruth Price (Bangor University), pp. 8–17.
  • ‘Code-Switching by the Numbers’, Alasdair MacLeod (University of Edinburgh), pp. 18–27.
  • ‘Social unrest in two Gaelic-speaking communities’, Erin Hill (University of Edinburgh), pp. 28–36.
  • ‘Is it a verb? Is it a noun? Reanalysis of the verbal noun in Manx’, Christopher Lewin (University of Edinburgh) 37–47.
  • ‘Sons and servants: the light mac and giolla names can shed on Manx phonology’, Joanna Shimmin (Aberystwyth University), pp. 48–56.
  • ‘The usage of gwnaeth and goruc in the four branches of the Mabinogi’, Paulus van Sluis (University of Utrecht), pp. 57–59.
  • ‘Gwyn ap Nudd and Fionn Mac Cumhaill: The Divergent Development of Two Related Characters’, Angelika H. Rüdiger (Bangor University), pp. 60–66.
  • ‘His Mother Did Not Raise a Feeble Son: Men, Women and Heroism in Welsh saga poetry and the Englyn Cycles’, Krista R. L. Kapphahn (Aberystwyth University), pp. 67–76.
  • ‘Awdl Delynegol at Beroriaeth: A Musical Interpretation of T. Gwynn Jones’ Tir na N-Óg’, Elen Ifan (Bangor University), pp. 77–86.
  • ‘Robert Gwyn and Na all fod vn ffydd onyd y wir ffydd’, James January-McCann (Aberystwyth University), pp. 87–93.
  • ‘The Life and Legacy of Henry Morris’, Conal Mac Seáin (University of Ulster, Magee College), pp. 94–103.
  • ‘Raven Ravenous: The Legacy of the Female Warrior in The Táin (trans. Thomas Kinsella)’, Carolann North (University of Ulster), pp. 104–111.
  • ‘Writing at the Crossroads: Interactions between Scottish Gaelic and Scandinavian and Icelandic Literature’, Duncan Sneddon (University of Oxford), pp. 112–124.
  • ‘Jaungoikua eta lagizarra / Duw a’r hen gyfraith: camau cyntaf mewn astudiaeth ar feddwl a llenyddiaeth genedlaethol yng Nghymru a Gwlad y Basg, 1850–1914’, Philip R. Davies (Prifysgol Bangor), pp. 125–136.
  • ‘Y Tylwyth Teg—Motiffau o straeon y Tylwyth Teg mewn gwahanol destunau o’r Oesoedd Canol’, Angelika H. Rüdiger (Prifysgol Bangor), pp. 137–147.
  • ‘An e seo an t-àm ceart a’ Ghàidhlig a thoirt a-steach do bhuaile nan cànanan a tha aig Twitter?’, Seumaidh Uallas (Oilthigh Ghlaschu), pp. 148–157.

Lewin, Christopher P., and Sioned Fflur Rhys, eds, Proceedings of the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain: Vol. I & II (2015).


Volume III, IV, V: Falmouth (2015), Galway (2016), Glasgow (2017).
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  • ‘Celticity and the Edinburgh Beltane: Identity, authenticity and meaning in the context of cultural revival and reversing language shift’, Adam Dahmer, pp. 12–50.
  • ‘Py lies Kerneweger eus yn Kernow?’, Siarl Ferdinand, pp. 51–57; ‘How many Cornish speakers are there in Cornwall?’, Siarl Ferdinand, pp. 58–65.
  • ‘Language death and the continuity of revived languages: Manx and the UNESCO controversy’, Christopher Lewin, 66–76.
  • ‘Yn Ghaelg as y Chornish: Co-soylaghey daa aa-vioghey’, Christopher Lewin, pp. 77–85; ‘Manx and Cornish: Comparing two revivals’, Christopher Lewin, pp. 86–94.
  • ‘Diwar-benn implij ar brezhoneg e Gorsedd Breizh: Disrannoù’, Grégory Moigne, pp. 95–105.
  • ‘Communities of practice with small languages’, Alastair Nicholson, 106–117.
  • ‘Gluasad cànain agus an nua-libearalas: Gàidhlig na h-Éireann rí linn a’ chrionadh eaconamaich, 2008–2016’, Ben Ó Ceallaigh, 118–137.
  • ‘An chínsíreacht a rinne an Gum ar an leabhar staire Taoisigh Eorpa,’ Teresa Cassin, pp. 138–144.
  • ‘Pwy yw ‘Tared’? Chwilio am atebion yn El Libro del Caballero Zifar a Culhwch ac Olwen’, Llewelyn Hopwood, pp. 145–152.
  • ‘Fórsa Fireann, Fórsa Baineann: An chruthaitheacht agus cúrsaí inscne sna dánta ‘Banfhile’ agus ‘A Sheanfhilí, múinidh dom Glao’ le Seán Ó Ríordáin’, Amy Mitchell, pp. 153–165.
  • ‘Gorseddau: Líammoù etre Breizh ha Bro-Gembre, 1838-1914’, Grégory Moigne, pp. 166–176.
  • ‘The mystery of the Three Matriarchs of Britain’, Shan Morgain, pp. 177–192.
  • ‘Ealantachd na Gàidhealtachd: Bochdan na Rìoghachd’, Déirdre Ní Mhathúna, pp. 193–209.
  • ‘‘Fesul tŷ nid fesul ton...’: Defnydd beirdd cyfoes o ddelweddaeth llanw a thrai i gyfleu argyfwng y Gymraeg yng nghymunedau gwledig Cymru’, Ffion Eluned Owen, pp. 210–224.
  • ‘Dehongli traddodiadau'r Tylwyth Teg: Offeryn i ddyfeisio hanes Cymru’, Angelika H. Rüdiger, pp. 225–239.
  • ‘Pam nad yw'r Tylwyth Teg yn hoffi haearn: Creu aralledd yn straeon y Tylwyth Teg drwy greu byd gwrthgyferbyniol, a chanlyniadau hynny’, Angelika H. Rüdiger, pp. 240–.

Lewin, Christopher, Fañch Bihan-Gallic, Samantha Summers, Charles Wilson, eds, Proceedings of the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain: Vol. III-V (2018).


Volume VI: Edinburgh (2018).
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  • ‘Tracing the Celtic presence in Greece’, Naja Werther, pp. 12–29.
  • ‘Through the Eyes of Scholars: An Investigation into the Scholastic Depictions of Social Status in Early Medieval Ireland’, Maria Hallinan, pp. 30–55.
  • ‘Conceptualising Dynastic and Ecclesiastic Interactions in 8th century Ireland: The Case of Durrow and Clann Cholmáin’, Patrick McAlary, pp. 56–82.
  • ‘Súil na Filíochta: Radharc na súl agus ról an fhile i bhfilíocht Choilm Bhreathnaigh’, Eimear Nic Conmhaic, pp. 83–96.
  • ‘Uisce Beatha: Whiskey and Morality in Irish Balladry’, Conor Finan, pp. 97–124.
  • ‘‘Do dhéanfainn athair maith’: an ghiniúint, an fhearúlacht agus an chruthaitheacht’, Amy Mitchell, pp. 125–153.
  • ‘‘Bàrdachd baile’: Ath-mheasadh’, Iain Howieson, pp. 154–159.
  • ‘The Representation of Women from the Highlands and Islands in Popular Media between 1880 and 1914’, Nathalie Bertaud, pp. 160–178.
  • ‘Comhthéacs cultúrtha agus próiseas an aistriúcháin: Kidnapped agus Around the World in Eighty Days’, Jennifer Gorissen, pp. 179–194.
  • ‘The Urbanisation of Gaelic and Welsh: Implications for Language Promotion’, Christopher M. Oates, pp. 195–210.
  • ‘Tír gan teanga, tír gan anam: The Potential for Immersive Online Gaming to Support the Revival of the Irish Language’, Lillian Blackadder, Domhnall O'Dubhlainn, Matthew Pearce, Adam Reihill, Attracta Brennan, pp. 211–245.
  • ‘Gaelic Archipelagos in a Global Sea? Contemporary Research Questions around the Societal Maintenance of Scottish Gaelic’, Gordon Cameron, pp. 246–271.
  • ‘Gaelic and Politics: Revisiting the Analogy of Language Identity and Examining its Political Implications’, Jeff William Justice, Adam Dahmer, pp. 272–.

Bihan-Gallic, Fañch, ed, Proceedings of the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain: Vol. VI (2019).


Volume VII: Edinburgh (2019).
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  • Foreword: A‘ Cuimhneachadh Iain MacAonghais – Rememembering John MacInnes, Adam Dahmer, pp. 5–7.
  • 'Ar Brederouriezh e Brezhoneg: A-zivout ar c‘helenn prederouriezh e Brezhoneg', Clément Guillanton, pp. 13–26.
  • ‘Philosophy in Breton: About Teaching Philosophy in Breton’, Clément Guillanton, pp. 27–40.
  • ‘Reflections in Democratic Mirrors: The Plight of the Celtic Languages in Parliaments’, Jeff Justice, pp. 41–68.
  • ‘Friction and Voicing Length as Phonetic Correlates in the Fortis-lenis Distinction of the Welsh Fricatives’, Michal Baran, pp. 69–92.
  • ‘Dubhghlas de hÍde agus a bhlianta tosaigh mar bhailitheoir béaloidis’, Feena Tóibín, pp. 93–106.
  • ‘Chasing Mabon: A Study of the Links between Mabonagrain, Evrain and Owein based on Erec et Enide and Gereint uab Erbin’, Nina Cnockaert-Guillou, pp. 107–124.
  • ‘Feadh Garbh Thonn: Càs Iasgairean nan Gàidheal an-diugh agus mac-talla bhon sinnsearan’, Déirdre Ní Mhathúna, pp. 125–140.
  • ‘"He confined his reading to books attired in green covers": Celtic Re-telling in At Swim-Two-Birds by Flann O‘Brien’, Julieta Abella, pp. 141–149.

Abella, Julieta, Kieran Walker, eds, Proceedings of the Association of Celtic Students of Ireland and Britain: Vol. VII (2020).

Note for Authors: We use MHRA referencing and there is an online guide on their website.

Volumes VIII and IX (Dublin, 2020 and 2021) are in progress and will be published soon. Please keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook for information in due course.

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