Recent Publications

2022

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Carty, N. , MacLeod, M. and Ross, S. (2022) Comasan Labhairt ann an Gàidhlig – Final Project Report. Project Report. Bòrd na Gàidhlig. (Unpublished)

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Innes, S. (2022) Dùsgadh na Féinne (1908): Katherine Whyte Grant’s Scottish Gaelic kinderspiel. In: Arbuthnot, S. J., Ní Mhurchú, S. and Parsons, G. (eds.) The Gaelic Finn Tradition II. Four Courts Press: Dublin, pp. 197-210. ISBN 9781846827952

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Mac Craith, M. and Parsons, G. (2022) Reformation, Conquest and Exile 1534–1611 = An Reifirméisean, an Concas Eilíseach agus Deoraíocht thar lear 1534–1611. In: Ó Conchubhair, B. and Fisher, S. (eds.) Bone and Marrow: Cnámh agus Smior. An anthology of Irish poetry from medieval to modern. Wake Forest University Press. ISBN 9781943667000

MacCoinnich, A. (2022) Looking for a Gàidhealtachd in the south-west. Identifying Gaels in the historical record, c. 1400-1805. In: Cowan, E.J., Ansell, M. and Black, R. (eds.) Galloway, the Lost Province of Gaelic Scotland. John Donald: Edinburgh. (Accepted for Publication)

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O Maolalaigh, R. (2022) Gaelic telach and tulach and an Early Northern Dialect Feature. In: Clancy, T. O., Hough, C., Whyte, A. and Williamson, E. (eds.) Onomastications: A Festschrift for Simon Taylor. CLOG: Glasgow. (Accepted for Publication)

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Whyte, A. (2022) Coastal dogs and wolves in Scottish place-names. In: Onomastications: A Festschrift for Simon Taylor. Clò Gàidhlig Oilthigh Ghlaschu: Glasgow. (Accepted for Publication)

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2021

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Number of items: 28.

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Clancy, T. (2021) The church and the domains of Gaelic in early medieval Scotland. In: McLeod, W., Gunderloch, A. and Dunbar, R. (eds.) C`anan & Cultar / Language & Culture. Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 10. Aberdeen University Press: Aberdeen, pp. 19-46. ISBN 9781857520880

Course, M. and MacMillan, G. (2021) Fishing, Gaelic and environment in the Outer Hebrides. In: McLeod, W., Gunderloch, A. and Dunbar, R. (eds.) C`anan & Cultar / Language & Culture. Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 10. Aberdeen University Press: Aberdeen. ISBN 9781857520880

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Forsyth, K. (2021) Ogham inscriptions from the Brough of Birsay. In: Morris, C. D. and Barrowman, R. C. (eds.) The Birsay Bay Project Volume 3: The Brough of Birsay, Orkney: Investigations 1954-2014. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 375-388. ISBN 9781789256079

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Innes, S. (2021) Scottish Enlightenment inquiry in Gaelic poetry: ‘Air Fàsachadh na Gàidhealtachd Albannaich’. In: Davis, L. and Sorensen, J. (eds.) The International Companion to Scottish Literature of the Long Eighteenth Century. Series: International companions to Scottish literature. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 234-245. ISBN 9781908980311

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MacAilpein, T. and O Maolalaigh, R. (2021) Gairm: Ùghdar is Dealbh, Rosg is Rann, 1952–2002. Dachaigh airson Stòras na Gàidhlig and Clò Gàidhlig Oilthigh Ghlaschu: Glaschu. ISBN 9781527246072

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Fraser, Mr John (Mgr Iain Friseal), Dean of the Isles and minister of Tiree, Coll and Iona, born, c. 1647. Died c.1702. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) MacFarlane, Malcolm (Calum MacPàrlain), born Dalvaich, Argyll, 1853, died Greenock, 1931, Gaelic writer and poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Mackenzie, Alexander, of Achilty (Alasdair mac Mhurchaidh), Ross-shire & Lewis, d. c. 1642, Gaelic poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Mackenzie, Murdo, of Achilty (Murchadh Mòr mac mhic Mhurchaidh), Ross-shire & Lewis, c. 1689, Gaelic poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Mackenzie, William (Uilleam MacCoinnich, Bàrd Chnoc Chùsbaig), Lewis & Canada, 1857-1907, Gaelic poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) MacRae, Duncan (Donnchadh ‘nam Pìos’ MacRath), Inverinate, Kintail, c. 1640-c.1700, Gaelic poet and verse collector. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Monro [or Munro], Donald, Archdeacon of the Isles (Dòmhnall Rothach), born, Kiltearn parish, Ross-shire, c. 1505; died c. 1575. Priest, Church of Scotland minister, writer in Scots. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Monro, Alexander/Sandy (Alasdair/Sandaidh Rothach), born Inverness c. 1605, died, Durness, 1653. Schoolteacher, catechist, minister and Gaelic religious poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Morrison [or Morison], Donald (Dòmhnall Bàn Sgoileir / Dòmhnall MacGilleMhuire), clan tradition bearer and historian (in English), born, Dirisgil, Loch Reasort, Isle of Harris, c. 1787, died, Stornoway 1834. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Morrison [or Morison], John (Iain mac Mhurch’ ’ic Ailein / Iain MacGilleMhoire), tacksman of Bragar, born, Isle of Lewis, c. 1630; died, Bragar, Lewis, 1708. Tacksman, poet & songmaker (Gaelic), writer (in English). In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Morrison, Angus Rev. (Aonghas Dubh MacGilleMhoire), b. Lewis, c. 1665, died 1740, Castle Leoid. Minister of Contin and Gaelic poet. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Rachel Barrowman, ed., Eachraidh le Càirdeas is Cridhe. Ainmean-àite Ceann a Tuath Leòdhais, Nis gu Baile an Truiseil = History with Heart and Soul. The Place-names of North Lewis, Ness to Ballantrushal. West Highland Notes and Queries, 50(3), pp. 30-32. [Book Review]

MacCoinnich, A. (2021) Rev. John MacRae (alias Mgr Iain MacRath). Minister at Dingwall, born c. 1640, died, Dingwall, 1704. In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

Mathis, K. (2021) Gaelic women's poetry. In: Davis, L. and Sorensen, J. (eds.) International Companion to the Scottish Literature of the Long Eighteenth Century. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, UK. (In Press)

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Nance, C. and Maolalaigh, R. Ó. (2021) Scottish Gaelic. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 51(2), pp. 261-275. (doi: 10.1017/S002510031900015X)

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Parsons, G. (2021) Ancient Ireland. In: Arrington, L. and Campbell, M. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of W.B. Yeats. Oxford University Press. (In Press)

Parsons, G. (2021) Towards a biography of James McLagan. In: Innes, S. and Parsons, G. (eds.) Seumas MacLathagain agus a Làmh-Sgrìobhainnean = James McLagan and his Manuscripts. Scottish Gaelic Texts Society. (In Press)

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Taylor, S. (2021) From kestrels to foul marshes: light on a parish in the Merse c.1200. In: Oram, R. (ed.) With Our Backs to the Ocean: Land, Lordship and Environmental Change in the North-West European Past. Essays in Memory of Alasdair Ross. Brepols. (Accepted for Publication)

Taylor, S. (2021) A tour of the North in seven languages. In: Bevan, G. A., Fychan, G. A., Wyn Owen, H. and Parry Owen, A. (eds.) Ar Drywydd Enwau Lleoedd: Ysgrifau i Anrhydeddu/ Essays to Honour Gwynedd O. Pierce. Y Lolfa Cyf.: Talybont, Ceredigion, Wales. ISBN 9781800990883

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Whyte, A. (2021) Understanding the Norse period through place-names: a case study from the island of Mull. In: Horne, T., Pierce, E. and Barrowman, R. (eds.) The Viking Age in Scotland: Studies in Scottish Scandinavian Archaeology. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. (Accepted for Publication)

Whyte, A. C. (2021) Maim-slè. Theatre Gu Leòr. ISBN 9781739945305

Whyte, A. C. and Whyte, R. (2021) Maim. [Audio]

Williamson, E. (2021) The Ordnance Survey Name Books: a 'treasure-trove' for toponymists. Scottish Archives, 25-26, pp. 42-55.

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2020

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Number of items: 24.

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Busset, A. and Evemalm-Graham, S. (2020) Places of belief in Medieval Glen Lyon and beyond: onomastic and archaeological perspectives. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 14(1), pp. 59-120. (doi: 10.36399/JSNS.014.01.04)

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Campbell, E. , Hamilton, D. , Taylor, S. , Gondek, M., Noble, G. and Evans, N. (2020) A powerful place in Pictland: interdisciplinary perspectives on a power centre of the 4th to 6th centuries AD. Medieval Archaeology, 63(1), pp. 56-94. (doi: 10.1080/00766097.2019.1588529)

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Driscoll, S. , Campbell, E. , Forsyth, K. , Hall, M. and Scott, I. (2020) Early medieval sculpture of the Forteviot area. In: Royal Forteviot: Excavations of a Pictish Power Centre in Strathearn, Eastern Scotland. Series: Council for British Archaeology research reports, 177. Council for British Archaeology: York, pp. 129-170. ISBN 9781909990050

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Forsyth, K. (2020) Protecting a Pict?: Further thoughts on the inscribed silver chape from St Ninian’s Isle, Shetland. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 149, pp. 249-276. (doi: 10.9750/PSAS.149.1294)

Forsyth, K. and Hall, M. A. (2020) Rhetoric and reality in the visual culture of Medieval Celtic board games: literary and archaeological evidence combined. In: Lapina, E. and Kopp, V. (eds.) Games and Visual Culture in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Series: Studies in the history of daily life (800-1600), 8. Brepols: Turnhout, Belgium, pp. 33-75. ISBN 9782503588728 (doi: 10.1484/M.HDL-EB.5.120702)

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Kidd, S. (2020) ‘Gaelic a recommendation’: language and employment in the nineteenth-century Highlands. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies, 40(2), pp. 77-102. (doi: 10.3366/jshs.2020.0298)

Kidd, S. M. (2020) Gaelic Writing from the Bible to the Stage: The Role of the Còmhradh. Scottish Gaelic Texts Society: Glasgow. ISBN 9780903586122

Kidd, S. M. (2020) The Scottish Gaelic Press. In: Finkelstein, D. (ed.) The Edinburgh History of the British and Irish Press, Volume 2: Expansion and Evolution, 1800-1900. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 337-356. ISBN 9781474424882

Kuenzler, S. (2020) Sites of memory in the Irish landscape? Approaching ogham stones through memory studies. Memory Studies, 13(6), pp. 1284-1304. (doi: 10.1177/1750698018818226)

Künzler, S. (2020) Mapping the settlement period: mnemotopographies in Egils saga Skalla-Grímssonar. Apardjón Journal for Scandinavian Studies, 1, pp. 4-21.

Künzler, S. (2020) Once upon a place-name: diversifying approaches to onomastics in Scotland. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 14(1), pp. 1-15. (doi: 10.36399/JSNS.014.01.02)

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MacCoinnich, A. (2020) James Petre, Tiree and the Dukes of Argyll, 1674–1922. Innes Review, 71(1), pp. 127-129. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2020.0257)[Book Review]

MacCoinnich, A. (2020) Why was Hector Maclean, 11th Laird of Coll (1689-1754) a Hanoverian? West Highland Notes and Queries, 4(13), pp. 21-22.

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O Maolalaigh, R. (2020) Cumhachd Àireamhan: Cinneachadh nan Taobhach Caola agus Eisimpleir Eile de Ro-chainnteachd. In: Kidd, S., Clancy, T. O. and O Maolalaigh, R. (eds.) Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 7. Celtic & Gaelic, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, pp. 320-381. ISBN 9780903204262

O'Gallagher, N., Watt, R. and Ross, D. (2020) Best Scottish Poems 2019. [Website]

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Reddy, K. (2020) Alasdair Roberts, The people and Gentry of Morar. Innes Review, 71(2), pp. 296-297. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2020.0273)[Book Review]

Reddy, K. (2020) Betraying beetles and guarding geese: animal apocrypha in Scottish and Nova Scotian Gaelic folklore. In: Sumner, N. and Doyle, A. (eds.) North American Gaels: Speech, Story, and Song in the Diaspora. Series: McGill-Queen's studies in ethnic history (2.49). McGill-Queen's University Press: Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago, pp. 400-423. ISBN 9780228003786

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Taylor, S. (2020) Bibliography of Scottish names studies for 2019. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 14(1), pp. 176-180. (doi: 10.36399/JSNS.014.01.08)

Taylor, S. (2020) Coldon / Cowden – place-names: trees, coos, fuel or assembly-sites? In: Kidd, S. M., Clancy, T. O. and Ó Maolalaigh, R. (eds.) Litreachas, Eachdraidh & Cànan: Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 7. Celtic & Gaelic, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, pp. 398-427. ISBN 9780903204262

Taylor, S. , Clancy, T. O. , McNiven, P. and Williamson, E. (2020) The Place-Names of Clackmannanshire. Series: The survey of Scottish place-names, VIII. Shaun Tyas: Donington. ISBN 9781907730863

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Whyte, A. (2020) MAIM. [Performance]

Whyte, A. C. (2020) The Cailleach in place-names and place-lore. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 14(1), pp. 16-58. (doi: 10.36399/JSNS.014.01.03)

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Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2020) Lexical and phonological variation in words for ‘ankle’ in Gaelic. In: Ó Corráin, A., de Brún, F. and Fomin, M. (eds.) Scotha cennderca cen on: A Festschrift for Séamus Mac Mathúna. Series: Studia Celtica Upsaliensia (10). Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Uppsala, pp. 247-288. ISBN 9789151309361

Ó Maolalaigh, R. and McConville, M. (2020) 'Risk-free' corpus-planning for Scottish Gaelic? Collaborative development of basic grammatical norms for 21st century speakers. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Millar, R. M. (eds.) Language on the Move Across Contexts and Communities. Series: The languages of Scotland and Ulster (6). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster: Aberdeen, pp. 13-36. ISBN 9780956654953

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2019

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Number of items: 14.

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Clancy, T. O. (2019) Exhibition: Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms: Art, Word, War (British Library, 19 October 2018-19 February 2019). Innes Review, 70(1), pp. 65-69. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2019.0203)[Book Review]

Clancy, T. O. and Hammond, M. (2019) The romance of names: literary personal names in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Scotland. In: Hammond, M. (ed.) Personal Names and Naming Practices in Medieval Scotland. Series: Studies in Celtic history (39). Boydell Press: Woodbridge, pp. 166-186. ISBN 9781783274284 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctvb937m5.14)

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Forsyth, K. (2019) Handpins and puzzlelocks: some eighth-century literary evidence for Late Roman material culture in Ireland. In: Ljung, C., Andreasson Sjögren, A., Berg, I., Engström, E., Hållans Stenholm, A.-M., Jonsson, K., Klevnäs, A., Qviström, L. and Zachrisson, T. (eds.) Tidens landskap. En vänbok till Anders Andrén. Nordic Academic Press: Lund, pp. 24-26. ISBN 9789188909121

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Given, M. , Aldred, O., Grant, K., McNiven, P. and Poller, T. (2019) Interdisciplinary approaches to a connected landscape: upland survey in the Northern Ochils. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 148, pp. 83-111. (doi: 10.9750/PSAS.148.1268)

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Innes, S. and Mathis, K. (2019) Gaelic tradition and the Celtic Revival in children’s literature in Scottish Gaelic and English. In: Dunnigan, S. and Lai, S.-F. (eds.) The Land of Story Books: Scottish Children's Literature in the Nineteenth Century. Series: Occasional Papers No. 23. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 107-157. ISBN 9781908980298

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Kidd, S. M. and Byrne, M. (2019) Vintners and criminal officers: two nineteenth-century poetry collections and their subscribers. In: Byrne, M. and Kidd, S. M. (eds.) Lìontan Lìonmhor: Local, National and Global Gaelic Networks from the 18th to the 20th Century. Celtic & Gaelic, University of Glasgow: Glasgow, pp. 85-107. ISBN 9780903204255

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MacCoinnich, A. (2019) The maritime dimension to Scotland's "Highland Problem", ca. 1540-1630. Journal of the North Atlantic, 12(Spec.), pp. 44-72. (doi: 10.3721/037.012.sp1210)

Mathis, K. (2019) “Tha Mulad Air M’Inntinn” and early modern Gaelic dialogue poetry. Aiste, 5, pp. 90-140.

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O Maolalaigh, R. (2019) Fadó: A Conservative Survival in Irish? Éigse: A Journal of Irish Studies, 40, pp. 207-225.

O Maolalaigh, R. (2019) Gaelic personal names and name elements in Scottish charters 1093–1286. In: Hammond, M. (ed.) Personal Names and Naming Practices in Medieval Scotland. Series: Studies in Celtic History. Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, Suffolk, pp. 41-99. ISBN 9781783274284

O'Gallagher, N. (2019) Dàin le Séamus Barra Ó Súilleabháin (Scottish Gaelic verse translations of five poems from the Irish). In: STEALL 05. Clàr, pp. 55-66. ISBN 9781900901987

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Serjeantson, D. and Parsons, G. (2019) The Hill of Allen: a Memory Map Project. Project Report. Kildare County Council Arts Grant.

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Taylor, S. , MacLean, R., King, J. and MacDonald, M. (2019) Place-Names of the Aird and Strathglass, Inverness-shire (Kiltarlity: Kiltarlity Community Council). For The Right Reasons Printing and Publishing. ISBN 9781912270224

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Whyte, C. and O'Gallagher, N. (2019) Ceum air Cheum: Cruinneachadh de dhàintean nas fhaide = Step by Step: A Book of Longer Poems. Acair: Steòrnabhagh. ISBN 9781789070170

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2018

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Number of items: 26.

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Aitken, B., Hough, C. , Taylor, S. and Williamson, E. (2018) The Berwickshire Place-Name Resource. [Website]

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Carty, N. (2018) Comasan Labhairt ann an Gàidhlig: Frèam-obrach airson ionnsachadh na Gàidhlig le inbhich. Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 10, Edinburgh, UK, 28-30 Aug 2018.

Carty, N. (2018) New speakers, potential new speakers, and their experiences and abilities in Scottish Gaelic. In: Smith-Christmas, C., Ó Murchadha, N., Hornsby, M. and Moriarty, M. (eds.) New Speakers of Minority Languages: Linguistic Ideologies and Practices. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 253-270. ISBN 9781137575579

Clancy, T. (2018) Sequencing Dafydd ap Gwliym. In: Jacques, M., Leach, K., Shack, J. and Wolf, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 2016. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass. ISBN 9780674979444

Clancy, T. and Evemalm Kalamakis, S. (2018) Eòlas nan Naomh: Early Christianity in Uist. [Website]

Clancy, T. and Markus, G. (2018) Place-Names of Kirkcudbrightshire: Project Blogs. [Website]

Clancy, T. O. (2018) Elmslie. Scottish Place-Name News, 45, pp. 6-7.

Clancy, T. O. (2018) Hebridean connections: in Ibdone Insula, Ibdaig, Eboudai, Uist. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 12, pp. 27-40.

Clancy, T. O. (2018) Review: Making Christian Landscapes in Atlantic Europe: Conversion andConsolidation in the Early Middle Ages. Edited by Tomás Ó Carragáin and Sam Turner. Cork University Press: Cork, 2016. Innes Review, 69(2), pp. 178-184. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2018.0176)[Book Review]

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Innes, S. (2018) Sir Duncan Campbell of Glenorchy (c. 1443-1513). In: McCracken-Flesher, C. and Riach, A. (eds.) The Edinburgh Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Writers. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748641598 (In Press)

Innes, S. and Reid, S. (2018) Expressions of faith: religious writing. In: Royan, N. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Literature 1400-1650. Series: International companions to Scottish literature (6). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 60-78. ISBN 9781908980236

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Kidd, S. (2018) Electioneering in Gaelic in Perthshire. [Website]

Künzler, S. (2018) Memory and skin. In: Glauser, J., Hermann, P. and Mitchell, S. (eds.) Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies. De Gruyter, pp. 414-420. ISBN 9783110431360

Künzler, S. (2018) Perspectives, disciplines and traditions. Memory in Celtic Studies. In: Glauser, J., Hermann, P. and Mitchell, S. A. (eds.) Handbook of Pre-Modern Nordic Memory Studies. De Gruyter, pp. 341-347. ISBN 9783110431360

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MacLeod, M., Smith-Christmas, C. and Carty, N. (2018) Introduction. In: MacLeod, M. and Smith-Christmas, C. (eds.) Gaelic in Contemporary Scotland: The Revitalisation of an Endangered Language. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781474420655

MacMillan, G. (2018) Aig an Iasgach. [Audio]

MacMillan, G. (2018) Sinbad: Tionndadh Gàidhlig. Giglets. (In Press)

MacMillan, G. (2018) Freumhan Falaichte. [Audio]

Markus, G. (2018) Rock-Rider: Saint Conval and his Church at Inchinnan. Inchinnan Historical Interest Group: Inchinnan, Scotland.

Martin, J. and Mathis, K. L. (2018) Elegy and commemorative writing. In: Royan, N. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Literature 1400-1650. Series: International companions to Scottish literature (6). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 173-199. ISBN 9781908980236

Mathis, K. (2018) Campbell, Marioun (Mòr nighean Dhonnchaidh), fl. 1560s. In: Ewan, E., Pipes, R., Rendall, J. and Reynolds, S. (eds.) The New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474436274

Mathis, K. (2018) Ross, Elizabeth Jane, 1789‒1875. In: Ewan, E., Pipes, R., Rendall, J. and Reynolds, S. (eds.) The New Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474436274

Mathis, K. L. (2018) Presence, absence, and audience: the elegies of Sìleas na Ceapaich “At Home” and “Abroad”. In: Dye, S., Ewan, E. and Glaze, A. (eds.) Gender and Mobility in Scotland and Abroad. Series: Guelph series in Scottish studies (4). Centre for Scottish Studies, University of Guelph: Guelph, Ontario, pp. 183-200. ISBN 9780889556355

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Parsons, G. (2018) Soldiers’ songs: the Rev. James McLagan and Ossianic literature. In: Innes, S. and Parsons, G. (eds.) Seumas MacLathagain agus a Làmh-Sgrìobhainnean = James McLagan and his Manuscripts. Scottish Gaelic Texts Society: Glasgow. (In Press)

Pons-Sanz, S. and MacCoinnich, A. (2018) The languages of Scotland. In: Royan, N. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Literature, 1400-1650. Series: International companions to Scottish literature (6). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 19-37. ISBN 9781908980236

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Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2018) An archaic survival? Initial h- in Scottish Gaelic thig, thug, thàinig, fhuair revisited. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 31, pp. 42-51.

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2017

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Number of items: 17.

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Byrne, M. (2017) À la claire Fontaine : un poète gaélique au Maghreb. Bretagne Linguistique, 21, pp. 209-238.

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Clancy, T. (2017) VIG001 (the Drosten stone): the inscription. In: Geddes, J. (ed.) Hunting Picts: Medieval Sculpture at St Vigeans, Angus. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 107-118. ISBN 9781849172264

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Gallagher, J. M. (2017) Grounds for divorce? Applying Nau Kynywedi Teithiauc to Math uab Mathonwy. Peritia, 28, pp. 77-90. (doi: 10.1484/J.PERIT.5.114563)

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Innes, S. (2017) Text, translation and context of the Scottish Gaelic songs in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil (John Mackenzie, GB, 1974). In: The Cheviot the Stag and the Black Black Oil Blu-ray [video]. Panamint.

Innes, S. (2017) Tromdámh Guaire and Obscuritas in late-medieval Irish bardic poetry. In: Croizy-Naquet, C. and Szkilnik, M. (eds.) Rencontres du vers et de la prose: conscience poétique et mise en texte. Opus II. Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle: Paris, pp. 281-300. ISBN 9782878549164

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Kidd, S. (2017) Kangaroos and Cockatoos: Gaelic literature in the nineteenth-century Antipodes. Scottish Literary Review, 9(2), pp. 1-18.

Künzler, S. (2017) Mother remembers best: remembering and forgetting in Ála Flekks Saga. In: Müller-Wille, K., Heslop, K., Richter, A. K. and Rösli, L. (eds.) Skandinavische Schriftlandschaften: Vänbok till Jürg Glauser. Series: Beiträge zur nordischen Philologie (59). Narr Francke Attempto: Tübingen, pp. 184-188. ISBN 9783772086281

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Markus, G. (2017) Adomnán, two saints, and the paschal controversy. Innes Review, 68(1), pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2017.0127)

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O'Gallagher, N. (2017) Crìsdean MacIlleBhàin (Christopher Whyte), three poems. In: Modern Poetry in Translation: A Blossom Shroud. Modern Poetry in Translation: Wakefield, pp. 41-48. ISBN 9781910485170

O'Gallagher, N. (2017) Sealg Dealain-Dè. In: STEALL 02. Clàr, pp. 151-155. ISBN 9781900901895

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Parsons, G. (2017) Aisling (vision). In: Echard, S. and Rouse, R. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Wiley Blackwell. ISBN 9781118396988 (doi: 10.1002/9781118396957.wbemlb067)

Parsons, G. (2017) Longes Mac nUislenn. In: Echard, S. and Rouse, R. (eds.) The Encyclopaedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Wiley Blackwell. ISBN 9781118396988 (doi: 10.1002/9781118396957.wbemlb638)

Parsons, G. (2017) Tochmarc Étaíne. In: Echard, S. and Rouse, R. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature in Britain. Wiley Blackwell: Hoboken, NJ. ISBN 9781118396988

Parsons, G. (2017) Verse-capping, truth and identity in some medieval Irish prosimetric narratives. In: Croizy-Naquet, C. and Szkilnik, M. (eds.) Recontres du vers et de la prose: Conscience poétique et mise en texte. Les Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle: Paris, pp. 263-278. ISBN 9782878549164

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Taylor, S. (2017) St Vigeans: place, place-names and saints. In: Geddes, J. (ed.) Hunting Picts: Medieval Sculpture at St Vigeans, Angus. Historic Scotland: Edinburgh, pp. 38-51. ISBN 9781849172264

Taylor, S. and Edmonds, F. (2017) Language and names. In: Stringer, K. J. and Winchester, A. J.L. (eds.) Northern England and Southern Scotland in the Central Middle Ages. Boydell & Brewer: Martlesham. ISBN 9781783272662

Taylor, S. , McNiven, P. and Williamson, E. (2017) The Place-Names of Kinross-shire. Series: Survey of Scottish place-names, 7. Shaun Tyas. ISBN 9781907730580

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2016

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Number of items: 23.

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Clancy, T. O. (2016) Logie: an ecclesiastical place-name element in eastern Scotland. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 10, pp. 25-88.

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Forsyth, K. and Thickpenny, C. (2016) The rock carvings. In: Toolis, R. and Bowles, C. (eds.) The Lost Dark Age Kingdom of Rheged: the Discovery of a Royal Stronghold at Trusty's Hill, Galloway. Oxbow: Oxford, pp. 83-102. ISBN 9781785703119

Foster, S., Forsyth, K., Jeffrey, S. and Buckham, S. (2016) Future thinking on carved stones. History Scotland, 16(6), pp. 8-10.

Foster, S., Forsyth, K. , Jeffrey, S. and Buckham, S. (2016) Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Future Thinking on Carved Stones. [Website]

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Innes, S. (2016) Fionn and Ailbhe's riddles between Ireland and Scotland. In: Boyd, M. (ed.) Ollam: A Festschrift for Tomás Ó Cathasaigh. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: Madison, NJ, pp. 271-285. ISBN 9781611478341

Innes, S. (2016) Translated drama in Gaelic in Scotland to c.1950. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 9, pp. 61-88.

Innes, S. and Macleod, M. (2016) Editorial: On the study and promotion of drama in Scottish Gaelic. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 9, pp. 1-12.

Innes, S. and Macleod, M. (2016) Special Issue: Scottish Gaelic Drama [Guest editors]. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 9, pp. 1-147.

Innes, S. and Petrina, A. (2016) The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. In: Sassi, C. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Poetry. Series: International Companions to Scottish Literature. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 44-53. ISBN 9781908980151

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Künzler, S. (2016) Flesh and Word: Reading Bodies in Old Norse-Icelandic and Early Irish Literature. Series: Trends in medieval philology (31). Walter de Gruyter GmbH: Berlin. ISBN 9783110455380

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MacCoinnich, A. (2016) Rex-Dollars in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland during the 17th century. West Highland Notes and Queries, 4(2), pp. 19-23.

MacMillan, G. (2016) Na Ròmanaich. Cuilean Craicte: Edinburgh.

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O Maolalaigh, R. (2016) DASG: Digital Archive of Scottish Gaelic / Dachaigh airson Stòras na Gàidhlig. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 30, pp. 242-262.

O Maolalaigh, R. (2016) Mutational effects of the preposition ós: Bile ós Chrannaibh and related matters. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 30, pp. 73-111.

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) Agallamh Còmhla ri Crìsdean MacIlleBhàin. In: STEALL 01. Clàr, pp. 25-32. ISBN 9781900901888

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) Ireland's eternal Easter: Sorley Maclean and 1916. Irish Studies Review, 24(4), pp. 441-454. (doi: 10.1080/09670882.2016.1226678)

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) MacLean in the museum: James Connolly and 'Àrd-Mhusaeum na h-Èireann'. In: Lusk, K. and Maley, W. (eds.) Scotland and the Easter Rising: Fresh Perspectives on 1916. Luath: Edinburgh, pp. 149-152. ISBN 9781910745366

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) Ochd Dàin le Biddy Jenkinson (Scottish Gaelic verse translations of eight early poems by the Irish writer). In: STEALL 01. Clàr, pp. 42-50. ISBN 9781900901888

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) Suain nan Trì Latha: Dàin. Clàr: Inbhir Nis. ISBN 978900901857

O'Gallagher, N. (2016) Vuillard's Mother (English verse translation of Gaelic poem by Christopher Whyte). In: Cambridge, G. and Hendry, D. (eds.) Talking About Lobsters. Series: New writing Scotland (34). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 66-72. ISBN 9781906841263

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Taylor, S. (2016) Charting a course through the Scottish namescape. In: Hough, C. and Izdebska, D. (eds.) 'Names and their Environment'. Proceedings of the 25th International Congress of Onomastic Sciences, Glasgow, 25-29 August 2014. Volume 1, Toponomastics I. University of Glasgow: Glasgow, pp. 2-24. ISBN 9780852619476

Taylor, S. (2016) Methodologies in place-name research. In: Hough, C. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Names and Naming. Series: Oxford handbooks in linguistics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 69-86. ISBN 9780199656431 (doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199656431.013.17)

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Whyte, A. C. (2016) Alan Macniven, The Vikings in Islay: the place of names in Hebridean settlement history. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 10, pp. 213-218. [Book Review]

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2015

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Number of items: 23.

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Brown, I. and Innes, S. (2015) Parody, satire and intertextuality in the songs of The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 35(3), pp. 204-220. (doi: 10.1080/14682761.2015.1069946)

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Carty, N. (2015) Comasan labhairt ann an Gàidhlig. 15th International Congress of Celtic Studies, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 13-17 Jul 2015. (Unpublished)

Carty, N. (2015) The role of SLA research in Scottish Gaelic language revitalisation policy. Bridging Language Acquisition and Language Policy Symposium, Lund, Sweden, 17-18 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Clancy, T. (2015) Early Celtic poetry (to 1500). In: Sassi, C. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Poetry. Series: International Companions to Scottish Literature. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 6-14. ISBN 9781908980151

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Duncan, I. and Kidd, S. (2015) The Nineteenth Century. In: Sassi, C. (ed.) The International Companion to Scottish Literature. Series: International companions to Scottish literature. Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 64-73. ISBN 9781908980151

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Kidd, S. M. (2015) Gaelic periodicals in the Lowlands: negotiating change. In: MacLachlan, C. and Renton, R. W. (eds.) Gael and Lowlander in Scottish Literature: Cross-currents in Scottish Writing in the Nineteenth Century. Series: Occasional papers (Association for Scottish Literary Studies) (20). Scottish Literature International: Glasgow, pp. 143-158. ISBN 97819089980106

Künzler, S. (2015) A spectacle of death? Reading dead bodies in Táin Bó Cúailnge II. Studia Celtica Fennica, 12, pp. 35-48.

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Mac'Illemhaoil, G. (2015) Crùbag nan Ìnean Òr. Dalen Alba: Tresaith, Ceredigion. ISBN 9781906587505

MacCoinnich, A. (2015) Dùn Èistean: the historical background, c. 1493 – c.1700. In: Barrowman, R.C. (ed.) Dùn Èistean, Ness: The Excavation of a Clan Stronghold. Acair Press: Stornoway, UK, 41-68 ; 84-85. ISBN 9780861525393

MacCoinnich, A. (2015) Plantation and Civility in the North Atlantic World: The Case of the Northern Hebrides, 1570-1639. Series: The northern world, 71. Brill: Leiden. ISBN 9789004226289

MacCoinnich, A. (2015) Sgeul na Gàidhlig aig Oilthigh Ghlaschu = [The Gaelic Story at the University of Glasgow]. [Website]

MacCoinnich, A. and Domhnallach, G. (2015) Gaidheil Oilthigh Ghlaschu (3): An Comunn Oiseanach agus na Gaidheil a' dèanamh adhartas. [Audio]

MacCoinnich, A. and Domhnallach, G. (2015) Gaidheil Oilthigh Ghlaschu: (2), Seumasaich, Cumhachd agus Eilthireachd. [Audio]

MacCoinnich, A. and Domhnallach, G. (2015) Gaidheil Oilthigh Ghlaschu: (1) Toiseach-tòiseachaidh. [Audio]

MacMillan, G. (2015) Notes on the Scottish Gaelic Dialect of South Uist. In: Lindseth, J. A. and Tannenbaum, A. (eds.) Alice in a World of Wonderlands: the Translations of Lewis Carroll's Masterpiece: Volume 1, Essays. Oak Knoll Press in cooperation with the Lewis Carroll Society of North America: New Castle, Delaware, USA, pp. 529-530. ISBN 9781584563310

MacMillan, G. (2015) Scottish Gaelic (South Uist dialect), Back-translation of Alice in Wonderland, Chapter VII. In: Lindseth, J. A. and Tannenbaum, A. (eds.) Alice in a World of Wonderlands: the Translations of Lewis Carroll's Masterpiece: Volume 2, Back-Translations. Oak Knoll Press in cooperation with the Lewis Carroll Society of North America: New Castle, Delaware, USA, pp. 599-601. ISBN 9781584563310

Markus, G. (2015) Brilliant Flame: St Munnu in medieval literature and his church at Kilmun in Cowal. Kilmartin Museum Trust: Kilmartin, Scotland. ISBN 9780953367450

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O'Gallagher, N. (2015) At a Grave that Isna Thare (Scots verse translation of Gaelic poem by Christopher Whyte). In: Cambridge, G. and Hendry, D. (eds.) The Rooftop Busker. Series: New writing Scotland (33). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 84-94. ISBN 9781906841249

O'Gallagher, N. (2015) Last night the Iolaire was torn (English verse translation of ‘Raoir Reubadh an Iolaire’ by Murchadh MacPhàrlain / Murdo MacFarlane with facing Gaelic original). In: MacGregor, L. (ed.) Beneath Troubled Skies: Poems of Scotland at War 1914-1918. The Scottish Poetry Library/Polygon: Edinburgh, pp. 117-119. ISBN 9781846973321

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Taylor, S. (2015) The medieval parish in Scotland. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 8, pp. 93-114.

Taylor, S. (2015) StronPatnaHachalas or the Oxterhill’: place-names and language-contact in the Beauly area, Inverness-shire. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 9, pp. 63-82.

Thomas, C. and Forsyth, K. (2015) An ogam inscription from Paul, West Penwith. Cornish Archaeology, 54, pp. 205-217.

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Winter, H., MacLeod, M. and Mac'Illemhaoil, G. (2015) Street Lyrics: Portraits zu Unseren Füßen : Images at our Feet : Ìomhaighean aig ar casan. Galadriel Publishing: Näsum ; Dornie. ISBN 9789185765324

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2014

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Number of items: 20.

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Bell, S., McConville, M., McLeod, W. and Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Dlùth is Inneach: Linguistic and Institutional Foundations for Gaelic Corpus Planning. Project Report. Bord na Gaidhlig, Inverness.

Byrne, M. , Clancy, T.O. and Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Aiste 4 [Volume editors]. Aiste, 4,

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Carty, N. (2014) The adult learner in Gaelic language-in-education policy: language revitalisation and the CEFR. European Journal of Language Policy, 6(2), pp. 195-217. (doi: 10.3828/ejlp.2014.11)

Carty, N. (2014) Describing proficiency in adult L2 Scottish Gaelic: current findings and future directions. 2nd International Symposium On New Speakers in a Multilingual Europe: Opportunities and Challenges, Barcelona, Spain, 20-22 Nov 2014. (Unpublished)

Carty, N. (2014) Engagement with the Glasgow Gaelic community as a means of Gaelic learning. Languages in the UK: Bridging the Gap Between the Classroom and the Community in Language Learning, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, 29-30 May 2014.

Carty, N. (2014) Pathways to proficiency: describing the language skills and learning processes of adult learners of Scottish Gaelic. Soillse Seminar Series, Edinburgh, Scotland, 14 Feb - 24 Apr 2014.

Clancy, T. O. (2014) Saints in the Scottish landscape. In: Brannelly, L. A., Henley, G. and O'Neill, K. (eds.) Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 2013. Series: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic colloquium (33). Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University: Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 1-34. ISBN 9780674417250

Clancy, T. O. (2014) Early Gaelic nature poetry revisited. In: Henley, G. and Russell, P. (eds.) Rhetoric and Reality in Medieval Celtic Literature: Studies in Honor of Daniel F. Melia. Series: CSANA Yearbook (Proceedings of the Celtic Studies Association of North America) (11-12). Colgate University Press: Hamilton, NY, pp. 8-19. ISBN 9780912568263

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Innes, S. (2014) Gaelic religious poetry in Scotland: The Book of the Dean of Lismore. In: Ó hAnnracháin, T. and Armstrong, R. (eds.) Christianities in the Early Modern Celtic World. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 111-123. ISBN 9781137306340

Innes, S. (2014) Shakespeare’s Scottish play in Scottish Gaelic. Scottish Language, 33, pp. 26-50.

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Kidd, S. M. (2014) 'Fo ghrèin loisgich nan Innsean': na h-Innseachan an Ear tro shùilean Gàidhealach. Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, LXVI, pp. 141-173.

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MacCoinnich, A. (2014) É. Ó Ciardha & M. Ó Siochrú, eds., The Plantation of Ulster: Ideology and practice. History Scotland, 14(4), p. 57. [Book Review]

MacMillan, G. (2014) Iain Pheadair à Taobh a Deas Loch Baghasdail. In: Tobar an Dualchais: Ulaidh Nàiseanta Kist o Riches: A National Treasure. Tobar an Dualchais, pp. 64-71.

MacMillan, G. (2014) Toit nam Phàro. Dalen Alba: Steòrnabhagh. ISBN 9781906587468

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O'Gallagher, N. (2014) A face that won't be etched along the crest of the Cuillin (English verse translation of Gaelic poem by Christopher Whyte). In: Cambridge, G. and Strachan, Z. (eds.) Song of Other Places. Series: New writing Scotland (32). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 82-101. ISBN 9781906841195

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Parsons, G. (2014) The narrative voice in Acallam na Senórach. In: Doyle, A. and Murray, K. (eds.) In Dialogue with the Agallamh: Essays in Honour of Seán Ó Coileáin. Four Courts Press: Dublin, pp. 109-124. ISBN 9781846823855

Parsons, G. (2014) Revisiting Almu in middle Irish texts. In: Boyle, E. and Hayden, D. (eds.) Authorities and Adaptations: The Reworking and Transmisison of Textual Sources in Medieval Ireland. Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies: Dublin, pp. 211-231. ISBN 9781855002258

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Whyte, A. C. (2014) Gruline, Mull, and other Inner Hebridean things. Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 8, pp. 115-152.

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Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Am Buadhfhacal Meadhan-Aoiseach Meranach agus mearan, mearanach, dàsachdach, dàsan(n)ach na Gaidhlig. Scottish Studies: The Journal of the School of Scottish Studies University of Edinburgh / Craobh nan Ubhal: A Festschrift in Honour of John MacInnes, 37, pp. 183-206.

Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2014) Digital Archive of Scottish Gaelic / Dachaigh airson Stòras na Gàidhlig (DASG). [Website]

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2013

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Number of items: 23.

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Clancy, T. (2013) Gaelic place-names in the earliest Scottish records. In: Ó Baoill, C. and McGuire, N. R. (eds.) Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6: papers read at Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6 held at the University of Aberdeen, 23-26 August 2010. An Clò Gàidhealach: Aberdeen, pp. 223-245. ISBN 9780952391180

Clancy, T. (2013) Many strata: English and Scots place-names in Scotland. In: Carroll, J. and Parsons, D. N. (eds.) Perceptions of Place: Twenty-First-Century Interpretations of English Place-Names Studies. Series: English Place-Name Society Survey Volumes (2012). English Place-Name Society: Nottingham, pp. 283-320. ISBN 9780904889864

Clancy, T. O. (2013) The Christmas Eve massacre, Iona, AD 986. Innes Review, 64(1), pp. 66-71. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2013.0048)

Clancy, T. O. (2013) Gaelic literature in Ireland and Scotland, 900-1150. In: Lees, C. A. (ed.) The Cambridge History of Early Medieval English Literature. Series: The New Cambridge History of English Literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 637-659. ISBN 9780521190589

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Erni, S. (2013) Inside out... and upside down: Cú Chulainn and his ríastrad. Helden E-Journal zu Kulturen des Heroischen = Heroes = Héros, 1(1), pp. 53-63. (doi: 10.6094/helden.heroes.heros./2013/01/07)

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Innes, S. (2013) Celtic languages. In: Aronoff, M. (ed.) Oxford Bibligraphies Online: Linguistics. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199772810-0115)

Innes, S. (2013) Fionn in hell. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 29, pp. 21-53.

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Kidd, S.M. (2013) Early Gaelic periodicals: knowledge transfer and impact. In: O Baoill, C. and McGuire, N. (eds.) Rannsachadh na Gaidhlig 6. An Clo Gaidhealach, University of Aberdeen: Aberdeen, UK, pp. 177-206. ISBN 9780952391180

Kidd, S.M. (2013) Gaelic books as cultural icons: the maintenance of cultural links between the Highlands and the West Indies. In: Sassi, C. and van Heijnsbergen, T. (eds.) Within and Without Empire: Scotland Across the (Post)colonial Borderline. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 46-60. ISBN 9781443849227

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MacCoinnich, A. (2013) Long, fìon agus fine. Dàn le Alasdair mac Mhurchaidh, fear Aicheallaidh, c. 1639 x 1643. In: O Baoill, C. and McGuire, N.R. (eds.) Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6. Papers read at the conference Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 6 held at the University of Aberdeen, 23-26 August 2010. An Clò Gàidhealach: Aberdeen, UK, pp. 121-159. ISBN 9780952391180

MacIlleBhain, C. (2013) An Daolag Shìonach: Daintean Gun Chruinneachadh 1987-1999 Agus Daintean A'ra 2004-2007. Clò Ghille Mhoire: Glaschu. ISBN 9780903204248

MacMillan, G. (2013) Òrain Dhòmhnaill Ruaidh Phàislig (The Songs of Donald MacIntyre, The Paisley Bard). [Performance]

Maley, W. and O'Gallagher, N. (2013) Coming clean about the red and the green: celtic communism in Maclean, MacDiarmid and MacLean again. In: Maley, W. and O'Malley-Younger, A. (eds.) Celtic Connections: Irish-Scottish Relations and the Politics of Culture. Series: Reimagining Ireland (38). Peter Lang: Oxford, UK, pp. 133-151. ISBN 9783034302142

Markus, G. (2013) Norse Settlement on Bute: the evidence of place-names. In: Duffy, P. (ed.) One Island, Many Voices: Bute, Archaeology and the Discover Bute Landscape Partnership Scheme. Shaun Tyas, pp. 98-99. ISBN 9781907730238

Markus, G. (2013) Review of Karen Eileen Overbey, Sacral Geographies: Saints, Shrines and Territory in Medieval Ireland. Studies in the Visual Cultures of the Middle Ages 2. Innes Review, 64(1), pp. 73-78. (doi: 10.3366/inr.2013.0050)[Book Review]

Mathis, K. L. (2013) An Irish poster girl? Writing Deirdre during the Revival. In: Lyons, P., Maley, W. and Miller, J. (eds.) Romantic Ireland: From Tone to Gonne: Fresh Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle, pp. 263-280. ISBN 9781443844208

Mathis, K. L. (2013) Mourning the Maic Uislenn: blood, death, & grief in Longes mac n-Uislenn & 'Oidheadh Chloinne hUisneach'. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 29, pp. 1-20.

Mathis, K. L. (2013) Parallel Wives: Deirdriu and Lúaine in Longes mac n-Uislenn & Tochmarc Lúaine ogus Aided Athairne. In: Toner, G. and Mac Mathúna, S. (eds.) Ulidia 3: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, University of Ulster, Coleraine, 22-25 June, 2009: in Memoriam Patrick Leo Henry. Curach Bhán Publications: Berlin, pp. 17-24. ISBN 9783942002080

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O'Gallagher, N. (2013) Beatha Ùr: Dàin. Clàr: Inbhir Nis. ISBN 9781900901734

O'Gallagher, N. (2013) Facal mu dheireadh. In: Byrne, M. (ed.) Crìsdean MacIlleBhain, An Daolag Shìonach: daintean gun chruinneachadh 1987-1999 agus daintean ura 2004-2007. Clò Ghille Mhoire: Glaschu, pp. 167-170. ISBN 9780903204248

O'Gallagher, N. (2013) Listening to an Irish poet read in English in Ljubljana (English verse translation of Gaelic poem by Christopher Whyte). In: MacDougall, C. and Strachan, Z. (eds.) Black Middens. Series: New writing Scotland (31). Association for Scottish Literary Studies: Glasgow, pp. 116-121. ISBN 9781906841140

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Pike, L. and O Maolalaigh, R. (2013) Faclair na Gàidhlig and Corpas na Gàidhlig: New Approaches Make Sense. In: After the Storm: Papers from the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster triennial meeting, Aberdeen 2012, Aberdeen, 19-20 July 2012, p. 337. ISBN 9780956654939

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Ó Maolalaigh, R. (2013) Mythonyms in Scottish Gaelic: fomóir, fomhair, famhair, fuamhair(e) (‘giant’) and related forms. Scottish Gaelic Studies, 29, pp. 172-243.

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