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).

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