This volume includes: “The Influence of 19th century Anthologies of Celtic Music in Redefining Celtic Nationalism” by Graham Aubrey; “A Reactionary Dimension in Progressive Revolutionary Theories?” by Olivier Coquelin; “The Spiteful Tongue: Breton Song Practices and the Art of the Insult” by Natalie Franz; “Celtic Democracy” by D. Blair Gibson; “Pendragon’s Ancestors” by Natalie Ginoux; “When Historians Study Breton Oral Ballads: A Cultural Approach” by Eva Guillorel; “The British Tristan Tradition” by Sabine Heinz; “Time and the Translation of the Breton Laws” by Heather Laird; “Judas, His Sister, and the Miraculous Cock in the Middle Irish poem Críst ro crochadh” by Christopher Leydon; “Se principen nominat: Rhetorical Self-Fashioning and Epistolary Style in the Letters of Owain Gwynedd” by Patricia Malone; and “Abduction, Swordplay, Monsters and Mistrust: Findabair, Gwenhwyfa and the Restoration of Honour” by Sharon Paice MacLeod.
About the Author
Kassandra Conley is a Ph.D. candidate in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.
Edyta Lehmann is a 2012 Ph.D. graduate of the Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
Sarah Zeiser, a 2012 Ph.D. graduate of the Harvard University Department of Celtic Languages and Literatures, is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the department.