Dr Sim Innes

  • Lecturer in Celtic & Gaelic (Celtic and Gaelic)

telephone: 01413308026
email: Sim.Innes@glasgow.ac.uk

Publications

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Number of items: 15.

2017

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 II: conscience poétique et mise en texte. Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle: Paris. (Accepted for Publication)

2016

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

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.

2015

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)

2014

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.

2013

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.

2012

Brown, I. and Innes, S. (2012) The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 5(2), pp. 27-55.

2011

Innes, S. and Hillers, B. (2011) A mixed-media folklore trove: Celtic folklore collections in Harvard libraries. In: Furchtgott, D., Holmberg, M., McMullen, A.J. and Sumner, N. (eds.) Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, USA, pp. 173-208. ISBN 9780674066786

2010

Innes, S. (2010) Is eagal liom lá na hagra: devotion to the Virgin in the later medieval Gàidhealtachd. In: Williamson, E. and Boardman, S. (eds.) The Cult of Saints and the Virgin Mary in Medieval Scotland. Series: Studies in Celtic History. Boydell & Brewer: Woodbridge, Suffolk, pp. 125-141. ISBN 9781843835622

This list was generated on Mon Nov 20 03:35:24 2017 GMT.
Number of items: 15.

Articles

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

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)

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

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

Brown, I. and Innes, S. (2012) The use of some Gaelic songs and poetry in The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black Black Oil. International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 5(2), pp. 27-55.

Book Sections

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 II: conscience poétique et mise en texte. Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle: Paris. (Accepted for Publication)

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

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

Innes, S. and Hillers, B. (2011) A mixed-media folklore trove: Celtic folklore collections in Harvard libraries. In: Furchtgott, D., Holmberg, M., McMullen, A.J. and Sumner, N. (eds.) Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, USA, pp. 173-208. ISBN 9780674066786

Innes, S. (2010) Is eagal liom lá na hagra: devotion to the Virgin in the later medieval Gàidhealtachd. In: Williamson, E. and Boardman, S. (eds.) The Cult of Saints and the Virgin Mary in Medieval Scotland. Series: Studies in Celtic History. Boydell & Brewer: Woodbridge, Suffolk, pp. 125-141. ISBN 9781843835622

This list was generated on Mon Nov 20 03:35:24 2017 GMT.