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I initially decided not to bother with moving this page over onto the new site, but with the sheer amount of reading that’s available online now, I decided it might be a good idea to update it after all. Consider this page a work in progress.

Some of the links here are to articles hosted by JSTOR. You don’t have to be a member of an academic institution to access JSTOR anymore; a basic account gives you access to a maximum of three articles at any one time. Once you’ve added an article to your shelf, you can remove it after two weeks and add something else. If you have more than one email address you can have more than one account name going… Just saying.

Academia.edu is a fantastic resource but bear in mind that not everyone who posts an article there actually is an academic. That doesn’t mean that articles from non-academic authors are unreliable or not worth reading by default, but it does mean that a little discernment goes a long way (probably good advice for any article you read…). If you don’t see something that you think is worth listing here then feel free to contact me and let me know! It’s possible, however, that I left it off because I didn’t think it was reliable enough.

 

Quick jump to:

Archaeology
Celtic Studies
Childhood – Adolescence – Adulthood – Marriage
Cosmology
Death and the Afterlife
Divination, Prophecy, Seers, and Fate
Divinity and Deity
Eschatology (Oh dear, the world’s ending)
Festivals, Ceremonies, and Ritual
Frauds
Healing and Medicine
Kingship and Society
Language
Magic and Witchcraft
Mythology and Literature
Ogham
The Otherworld and the Sidhe
The Picts
Sex, Sexuality and Gender
Values and Wisdom Texts

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Archaeology
 ► Keeping out the Otherworld: the internal ditch at Navan and other Iron Age ‘hengiform’ enclosures – R. B. Warner
Megalithic tombs and storied landscapes in Neolithic Ireland – Muiris O´Sullivan
Monuments and the construction of the past in early historic Ireland – Nicholas B. Aitchison
Lia Fáil: Fact and Fiction in the Tradition – Tomás Ó Broin
 ► Continuity, Cult and Contest – John Waddell
Dindṡenchas And The Tech Midchúarta – Clodagh Downey
 ► The sacral landscape of Tara: a preliminary exploration – Conor Newman
 ► Were the Scots Irish? – Ewan Campbell
Archaeology and Folklore of Material Culture, Ritual, and Everyday Life – Amy Gazin-Schwartz
Christianity and Burial in Late Iron Age Scotland, AD400-650 – Adrian Maldonado Ramírez
 ► Celts, Celticisation and the Irish Bronze Age – John Waddell
A 5th century BC Iron Age chariot burial from Newbridge, Edinburgh – Fraser Hunter et al
Performance, place and power at Dún Ailinne, a ceremonial site of the Irish Iron Age – Susan A. Johnston, Pam J. Crabtree and Douglas V. Campana
The Irish Sea in Prehistory – John Waddell
Rathcroghan: A Royal Site in Connacht – John Waddell
The sacral landscape of Tara: a preliminary exploration – Conor Newman
The sword in the stone: previously unrecognised archaeological evidence of ceremonies of the later Iron Age and early medieval period – Conor Newman
Procession and symbolism at Tara: analysis of Tech Midchuarta (‘the Banquetting Hall’) in the context of the sacral campus – Conor Newman
Reflections on the making of a royal site in early Ireland – Conor Newman

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Celtic Studies
 ► Reapproaching the Pagan Celtic Past–Anti-Nativism, Asterisk Reality and the Late-Antiquity Paradigm – JM Wooding
Folklore in Irish Studies – Gearóid Ó. Crualaoich and Diarmuid Ó. Giolláin

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Childhood – Adolescence – Adulthood – Marriage
 ► Child-centred Law in Medieval Ireland – B Ni Chonaill
 ► Fosterage: child-rearing in medieval Ireland – Bronagh Ni Chonaill
 ► Fosterage, Kinship, and Legend: When Milk Was Thicker Than Blood? – Peter Parkes
 ► Celtic Fosterage: Adoptive Kinship and Clientage in Northwest Europe – Peter Parkes
 ► Fenian Heroes and Their Rites of Passage – Joseph Falaky Nagy
 ► Marriage in Early Ireland – Donnchadh Ó Corráin
 ► ‘Handfasting’ in Scotland – A. E. Anton

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Cosmology
 ► Irish Perceptions of the Cosmos – Liam Mac Mathúna
 ► Water Imagery in Early Irish – Kay Muhr
The Bluest-Greyest-Greenest Eye: Colours of Martyrdom and Colours of the Winds as Iconographic Landscape – Alfred K. Siewers
Religious Beliefs of the Pagan Irish – J. O’Beirne Crowe
‘Mani Maidi an Nem…’: Ringing Changes on a Cosmic Motif – William Sayers
Time, Memory, and the Boyne Necropolis – John Carey
Space and Time in the “Immacallam in dá Thuarad” – Laurie L. Patton
Furbaide’s Tooth – Karen E. Burgess
The Five Fifths of Ireland – Eoin MacNeill
 ► Fergus and the Cosmogonic Sword – William Sayers
In Terms of Sacredness: Tree Laws and Status in Medieval Ireland – Michelle DiPietro
Serpents, Cows, and Ladies: Contrasting Symbolism in Irish and Indo-European Cattle-Raiding Myths– Walter L. Brenneman, Jr.
 ► The Symbology of Water in Irish Pseudo-History – Pamela Hopkins
Studies in the Origins of Early Celtic Traditions – H. Wagner
Charting Conceptual Space: Dumezil’s Tripartition and the Fatal Hostel in Early Irish Literature – William Sayers
 ► On Indo-European Cosmic Structure – John Shaw

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Death and the Afterlife
 ► The migration of the soul in ‘De chophur in dá muccida’ and other early Irish tales [Also published as: The Migration of the Soul in Early Irish Tales] – Grigory Bondarenko
 ► Clocha Geala/Clocha Uaisle: White Quartz in Irish Tradition – Tok Thompson
Bás InEirinn: cultural constructions of death in Ireland – Lawrence Taylor
The Origins of Cilliní in Ireland – Colm J. Donnelly and Eileen M. Murphy

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Divination, Prophecy, Seers, and Fate
 ► The Taboos of the Kings of Ireland – Myles Dillon
Woman’s Word: Threats and Prophecies, Lies and Revelations in Arthurian Romance and Medieval Irish Literature – Angelique Gulermovich
 ► Omens and Celtic Warfare – Ellen Ettlinger
 ► Omens, ordeals and oracles: on demons and weapons in early Irish texts – Jacqueline Borsje
The Use of Prophecy in the Irish Tales of the Heroic Cycle – Caroline Francis Richardson
Old Irish Tabus, or Geasa – Eleanor Hull
‘Finn and the Man in the Tree’ Revisited – William Sayers
Geis, a literary motif in early Irish literature – Qiu Fangzhe
 ► Geis, Prophecy, Omen, and Oath – Thomas Charles-Edwards
 ► Honour-Bound: The Social Context of Early Irish Heroic Geis – Philip O’Leary
 ► Fate in Early Irish Texts – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Prophecy, Storytelling and the Otherworld in Togail Bruidne Da Derga – Ralph O’Connor
 ► ‘Three Things Required of a Poet’ – John Carey
Tradition in Early Irish Prophecy – Kenneth Jackson
 ► Imbas Forosnai – Nora K. Chadwick
Filidecht and Coimgne – Sean Mac Airt
 ► ‘Caterwauling and Demon Raising: The Ancient Rite of the Taghairm?’ – Andrew Wiseman

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Divinity and Deity
General
Between God and Man: The Hero of Irish Tradition – Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
Unity and Duality: A Theoretical Perspective on the Ambivalence of Celtic Goddesses – Maria Tymoczko
Cú Chulainn: God, Man, or Animal? – Erik Larsen
Reflections on the Goddess *Donu – Miriam Robbins Dexter
 ► Monotheistic to a Certain Extent: The ‘Good Neighbours’ of God in Ireland – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Dee ‘Pagan Deity’ – John Carey
Gods in the Hood – Angelique Gulermovich Epstein
The Anatomy of Power and the Miracle of Kingship: The Female Body of Sovereignty in a Medieval Irish Kingship Tale – Amy C. Eichhorn-Mulligan
Celtic ‘Smith’ and his Colleagues – Václav Blažek
Celtic Smiths and Satirists: Partners in Sorcery – Mary Claire Randolph
Persistence in Europe and Its Surround of the Pagan Cleric-Smith Tradition in the Christian Age – Shaun B. Kelly
Sovereignty Aspects in the Roles of Women in Medieval Irish and Welsh Society – James Doan
Brigantia, Cartimandua and Gwenhwyfar – Michelle Ziegler
The gods of Newgrange in Irish literature and Romano-Celtic tradition – Catherine Swift
Brigid
 ► Hearth-Prayers and Other Traditions of Brigit: Celtic Goddess and Holy Woman – Séamas Ó Catháin
Milk Symbolism in the ‘Bethu Brigte’ – Thomas Torma
Brigit: Goddess, Saint, ‘Holy Woman,’ and Bone of Contention – Carole Cusack
 ► The Cult of Saint Brigid – Sean O’Riordan
Body of a saint, story of a goddess: Origins of the Brigidine tradition – Lisa M. Bitel
Ekphrasis at Kildare: The Imaginative Architecture of a Seventh-Century Hagiographer – Lisa Bitel
The Cailleach (including Buí)
Images of ageing in the early Irish poem: Caillech Bérri – Katja Ritari
“Transmutations of Immortality in ‘The Lament of the Old Woman of Beare'” – John Carey
 ► Non-Sovereignty Queen Aspects of the Otherworld Female in Irish Hag Legends: The Case of Cailleach Bhéarra – Gearóid Ó Crualaoich
 ► Continuity and Adaptation in Legends of Cailleach Bhéarra – Gearóid Ó Crualaoich
Oral Traditions/Folklore of Argyll – John Shaw
The Eponym of Cnogba – Tomás O’Cathasaigh
The Dagda
The Names of the Dagda – Scott A. Martin
Dian Cécht
Indo-European Dragon-Slayers and Healers, and the Irish Account of Dian Cécht and Méiche – John Shaw
Donn
 ► Contributions to a Study in Irish Folklore: Traditions About Donn – Käte Müller-Lisowski
Lug
 ► Further to tongu do dia toinges mo thuath [“Mi a dyngaf dynged it”], &c. – John Koch
Is Lug to be Identified with Mercury (“Bell. Gall.” VI 17, 1)? New Suggestions on an Old Problem – Bernhard Maier
The Combat of Lug and Balor: Discourses of Power in Irish Myth and Folktale – J Radner
Manannán mac Lir
 ► The Place of Manannan Mac Lir in Irish Mythology – David B. Spaan
Miach
Míach’s Healing of Núadu in Cath Maige Tuired – Edward Pettit
The Morrígan and Morrígna
 ► Aspects of the Morrígan in Early Irish Literature – Rosalind Clark
The Encounter at the Ford: Warriors, Water and Women – John Carey
 ► Transmutations of an Irish Goddess – Máire Herbert
War-goddesses, furies and scald crows: The use of the word badb in early Irish literature –Heijda, Kim
 ► War Goddess: The Morrígan and her Germano-Celtic Counterparts – Angelique Gulermovich Epstein
 ► The ‘terror of the night’ and the Morrígain: shifting faces of the supernatural – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► War-goddesses, furies and scald crows: The use of the word badb in early Irish literature – Kim Heijda
 ► Macha and the Invention of Myth – Gregory Toner
Demonology, allegory and translation: the Furies and the Morrígan – Michael Clarke

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Eschatology (Oh dear, the world’s ending)
 ► Saint Patrick, the Druids, and the End of the World – John Carey
 ► A Gaelic Eschatological Folktale, Celtic Cosmology and Dumézil’s “Three Realms” – John Shaw

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Festivals, Ceremonies, and Ritual
 ► The Festival of Brigit the Holy Woman – Séamas Ó Catháin
Human sacrifice in medieval Irish literature – Jacqueline Borsje
On the Punishment of Sending Adrift – Mary E. Byrne
Struell Wells: pagan past and Christian present – Finbar McCormick
 ► Washing and Bathing in Ancient Ireland – A. T. Lucas
Laíded, Gressacht ‘Formalized Incitement’ – Proinsias Mac Cana
Re-entering the west room: on the power of domestic spaces – Lawrence Taylor
Landmarks of the people: Meath and Cavan places prominent in Lughnasa mythology and folklore – Seámus mac Gabhann
The Lughnasa Musician in Ireland and Scotland – Daniel F. Melia
Trespass and Building in the Lughnasa Legends – Máire MacNeill
 ► The Fair of Tailtiu and the Feast of Tara – D. A. Binchy
The Celtic Seasonal Festivals in the Light of Recent Approaches to the Indo-European Ritual Year – Emily Lyle
November Eve Beliefs and Customs in Irish Life and Literature – Helen Sewell Johnson
Ritual and myths between Ireland and Galicia. The Irish Milesian myth in the Leabhar Gabhála Éireann: Over the Ninth Wave. Origins, contacts and literary evidence – Monica O’Reilly Vazquez
 ► Crosses of Straw and Twigs from County Roscommon – Henry S. Crawford
Halloween in America: Contemporary Customs and Performances – Jack Santino
 ► ‘Leisure and Recreation in an Age of Clearance: The Case of the Hebridean Michaelmas’ – Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart
Festivals, Deaths, and the Sacred Landscape of Ancient Ireland – Ronald Hicks
Rock-Basins, or ‘Bullauns’, at Glendalough and Elsewhere – Liam Price
“A Song for Every Cow She Milked…”1 Sharing the Work and Sharing the Voices in Gaeldom – Margaret Bennett
The Holy Wells of Co. Limerick – Caoimhín Ó Danachair
Hearth and Chimney in the Irish House – Caoimhín Ó Danachair
‘The Making of a Charm Collector: Alexander Carmichael in Uist, from 1864 to 1882’ – Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart

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Frauds
Shamans, stones, authenticity and appropriation: contestations of invention and meaning – Jenny Blain

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Healing and Medicine
The Medical Mythology of Ireland – James Mooney
 ► A Charm for Staunching Blood – David Stifter
Getting Shot of Elves: Healing, Witchcraft and Fairies in the Scottish Witchcraft Trials – Alaric Hall
Folk-healing, Fairies and Witchcraft: The Trial of Stein Maltman, Stirling 1628 – Alaric Hall
Irish Medical Superstition – John Windele
 ► Bretha Déin Chécht – D. A. Binchy
 ► Popular Science in Mediaeval Ireland – Robin Flower and Torna Ó Maoilchonaire

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Kingship and Society
 ► Sacral Elements of Irish Kingship – Daniel Bray
King in Exile in Airne Fíngein (Fíngen’s Vigil): Power and Pursuit in Early Irish Literature – Grigory Bondarenko
 ► The King as Judge in Early Ireland – Marilyn Gerriets
 ► Conn Cétchathach and the Image of Ideal Kingship in Early Medieval Ireland – Grigory Bondarenko
King and Druid – Arun Micheelsen
 ► Guesting and Feasting in Gaelic Ireland – Katharine Simms
 ► Kingship, Society, and Sacrality: Rank, Power, and Ideology in Early Medieval Ireland – N. B. Aitchison
 ► Tribes and Tribalism in Early Ireland – Francis John Byrne
Allegory, the áes dana and the liberal arts in Medieval Irish literature – Elizabeth Boyle
Martial Feats in the Old Irish Ulster Cycle – William Sayers
The Rise of the Later Schools of Filidheacht – Proinsias Mac Cana
Sacral Kingship in Pre-Christian Ireland – Bernhard Maier
Kingship in Early Ireland – Charles Doherty

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Language
 ► Ériu, Alba, and Letha: When was a Language Ancestral to Gaelic First Spoken in Ireland? – John Koch
Fénius Farsaid And The Alphabets – Roisin Mclaughlin
 ► The Conversion of Ireland and the Emergence of the Old Irish Language, AD 367–637 – John Koch
The Manx Language: Dead or Alive? – Gordon Hemsley

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Magic and Witchcraft
 ► Reading the Bean Feasa – Gearóid Ó Crualaoich
 ► ‘The Evil Eye’ in Early Irish Literature and Law – Fergus Kelly and Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Rules & legislation on love charms in early medieval Ireland – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Love Magic in Medieval Irish Penitentials, Law and Literature: A Dynamic Perspective – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Druids, deer and ‘words of power’: coming to terms with evil in medieval Ireland – Jacqueline Borsje
Demonising the enemy: a study of Congal Cáech – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Celtic Spells and Counterspells – Jacqueline Borsje
Witchcraft and Family: What Can Witchcraft Documents Tell Us About Early Modern Scottish Family Life? – Lauren Martin
The survival of witchcraft prosecutions and witch belief in South West Scotland – Lizanne Henderson
 ► Witch-hunting and witch belief in the Gàidhealtachd – Lizanne Henderson
Bridget Cleary Speaks! – Steve Coleman
Tools and Scripts for Cursing in Medieval Ireland – Lisa Bitel
Soundboxes of the Divine: Hoenir, Sencha, Gwalchmai – William Sayers

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Mythology and Literature
Irish Myths and Legends – Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
 ► Leabhar Gabhála. Part I: The Growth of the Text – R. Mark Scowcroft
 ► Leabhar Gabhála Part II: The Growth of the Tradition – R. Mark Scowcroft
Abstract Narrative in Ireland – R. Mark Scowcroft
Cú Chulainn, gormac and dalta of the Ulstermen – Bart Jaski
 ► The Story of the Finding of Cashel – Myles Dillon
On the Interrelationships of Some ‘Cín Dromma Snechtai’ Texts – John Carey
Echtrae and Immram: Some Problems of Definition – David N. Dumville
On the Cín Dromma Snechta Version of Togail Brudne Uí Dergae – Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
 ► Fled Bricrenn and Tales of Terror – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► The Irish National Origin-legend: Synthetic Pseudohistory – John Carey
Orality in Medieval Irish Narrative: An Overview – Joseph Falaky Nagy
Oral Life and Literary Death in Medieval Irish Tradition – Joseph Falaky Nagy
 ► Satirical narrative in early Irish literature – Ailis Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh
The Dindshenchas of Irarus: the king, the druid and the probable tree – Grigory Bondarenko
Oral Past and Written Present in ‘The Finding of the Táin’ – Grigory Bondarenko
 ► The Caldron of Poesy – P L Henry
 ► The Caldron of Poesy – Liam Breatnach
Addenda and Corrigenda to ‘The Caldron of Poesy’ (Ériu xxxii 45-93) – Liam Breatnach
 ► Three Notes on Cath Maige Tuired – Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
 ► Satire, Praise and the Early Irish Poet – Liam Breatnach
The Religious Significance of Oidheadh Chloinne Lir – Caoimhín Breatnach
The Transmission of “Tochmarc Emire” – Gregory Toner
Authority, Verse and the Transmission of Senchas – Gregory Toner
What Alexander Carmichael Did Not Print: The “Cliar Sheanchain”, ‘Clanranald’s Fool’ and Related Traditions – John Shaw
 ► The Eclipse of Solar Mythology – Richard M. Dorson
 ► Myth and Mythography in Cath Maige Tuired – John Carey
Flann Mainistrech’s Götterdämmerung as a Junction within Lebor Gabála Érenn – Esytein Thanisch

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Ogham
Irish Letter-Names and Their Kennings – Damian McManus
The Dating of the Language in Ogam Inscriptions – Catherine Swift
The Drumconwell ogham and its implications – Richard Warner
Commentary: The Knowth Oghams in Context – Catherine Swift
Welsh ogams from an Irish perspective – Catherine Swift
Irish Contact with Roman Britain – Catherine Swift
The ‘Grammar of Legibility’: Word Separation in Ogam Inscriptions – Kaaren Moffat
Ogam: Archaizing, Orthography and the Authenticity of the Manuscript Key to the Alphabet – Damian McManus

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The Otherworld and the Sidhe
 ► Time, Space, and the Otherworld – John Carey
Cú Chulainn and Síd Truim – Kaarina Hollo
 ► The Irish Sí Tradition: Connections between the Disciplines, and What’s in a Word? – Tok Thompson
 ► Aided Cheltchair Maic Uthechair: Hounds, Heroes and Hospitallers in Early Irish Myth and Story – Kim McCone
Otherworlds and Verbal Worlds in Middle Irish Narrative – John Carey
The Sinless Otherworld of Immram Brain – Proinsias Mac Cana
The Cave of Crúachain and the Otherworld – John Waddell
Autochthons and Otherworlds in Celtic and Slavic – Grigory Bondarenko
 ► Supernatural threats to kings: exploration of a motif in the Ulster Cycle and in other medieval Irish tales – Jacqueline Borsje
 ► Cú Roí and Svyatogor: A Study in Chthonic – Grigory Bondarenko
The Leipreachán and Fairies, Dwarfs and the Household Familiar: A Comparative Study – Diarmuid Ó Giolláin
Sea monsters and mermaids in Scottish folklore: Can these tales give us information on the historic occurrence of marine animals in Scotland? – E. C. M. Parsons
Otherworld Harmonies and Heroic Utterance: The Fruits of the Literary Act Amongst Us – Gearóid Ó. Crualaoich
‘Highland Rogues and the Roots of Highland Romanticism’ – Domhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart
‘Petticoat Loose’ Traditions in Ireland – Anne O’Connor

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The Picts
Language in Pictland : the case against ‘non-Indo-European Pictish’ – Katherine Forsyth
Language in Pictland: spoken and written – Katherine Forsyth
Literacy in Pictland – Katherine Forsyth
Iona in the kingdom of the Picts: a note – Thomas Owen Clancy
Some thoughts on Pictish symbols as a formal writing system – Katherine Forsyth
Picts and prehistory: cultural resource management in early medieval Scotland – Stephen Driscoll

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Sex, Sexuality and Gender
 ► The Honour of Women in Early Irish Literature – Philip O’Leary
 ► Sex, Sin, and Celibacy in Early Christian Ireland – Lisa Bitel
 ► Women in Early Irish Myths and Sagas – Muireann Ní Bhrolcháin
The Wooden Sword: Age and Masculinity in “Táin Bó Cúailnge” – Jennifer Dukes-Knight
 ► Niall Frossach’s True Judgement – Dan M. Wiley
Wise Women and Wanton Warriors in Early Irish Literature – Gregory Toner
Fools and Adultery in Some Early Irish Texts – Thomas Owen Clancy
 ► Sport, games, women and warriors : an historical and philosophical examination of the early Irish Ulster cycle – Jacquelyn Osbourne
Gender, Nationality and Cultural Representations of Ireland – Lorna Stevens, Stephen Brown, and Pauline Maclaran
“The satire of the poet is a pregnancy”: Pregnant Poets, Body Metaphors, and Cultural Production in Medieval Ireland – Amy C. Mulligan
The Transformative Nature of Gender: The Coding of St. Brigit of Kildare through Hagiography – Liliane Catherine Marcil-Johnston
Giant Women and Flying Machines – Kathryn Chadbourne
Forced and Unforced Rape in Early Irish Law – Lisi Oliver
 ► Women in Irish Mythology – Proinsias Mac Cana
“Is dethbir disi” [It is appropriate (that she behave in this way)]: applying the lens of gender parody to Medb in the Old Irish Ulster Cycle – Diana Veronica Dominguez
Re Tóin Mná: In Pursuit of Troublesome Women – Muireann Ni Bhrolchain
Women In Celtic Mythology – Sheryl O’Sullivan
“Conceived in Sins, Born in Delights”: Stories of Procreation from Early – Lisa Bitel
“Do Not Marry the Fat Short One”: The Early Irish Wisdom on Women – Lisa Bitel
Women’s monastic enclosures in early Ireland: a study of female spirituality and male monastic mentalities – Lisa Bitel
Women’s Work and Words: Setting the Stage for Strife in Medieval Irish and Icelandic Narrative – William Sayers

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Values and Wisdom Texts
Searching for the Moral in Bruiden Meic Da Réo – Ralph O’Connor
 ► Conn Cétchathach and the Image of Ideal Kingship in Early Medieval Ireland – Grigory Bondarenko
A Newly Discovered Fragment Of The Early Irish Wisdom-Text Tecosca Cormaic In Tcd Ms 1298 (H. 2. 7) – Maxim Fomin
 ► Advice from a Princely In-Law: Wisdom Texts in Old Irish – Brendan Halligan
 ► Northumbria: an edition of Bríathra Flainn Fhína maic Ossu – Colin Ireland
 ► Wisdom-texts from Early Christian Ireland: Aspects of Style, Syntax and Semantics – Maxim Fomin
 ► Bríatharthecosc Con Culainn in the Context of Early Irish Wisdom-Literature – Maxim Fomin
 ► The Triads of Ireland – Kuno Meyer
 ► Wisdom Literature in Early Ireland – Christopher Yocum
The literary figure of Fíthal – Christopher Yocum
Niall Frosach’s ‘Act Of Truth’: A Bardic Apologue In A Poem For Sir Nicholas Walsh, Chief Justice Of The Common Pleas († 1615) – Damian Mcmanus

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