This volume includes “Nations in Tune: the Influence of Irish music on the Breton Musical Record” by Yann Bevant; “Ethnicity, Geography, and the Passage of Dominion in the Mabinogi and Brut Y Brenhinedd” by Christina Chance; “Rejecting Mother’s Blessing: the Absence of the Fairy in the Welsh Search for National Identity” by Adam Coward; “Gwalarn: An Attempt to Renew Breton literature” by Gwendal Denez; “At the Crossroads: World War One and the Shifting Roles of Men and Women in Breton Ballad Song Practice” by Natalie Franz; “Apocryphal Sanctity in the Lives of Irish Saints” by Maire Johnson; “ ‘An Dialog wtre Arzur Roe d’an Bretounet ha Guynglaff’ and Its Connections with the Arthurian tradition” by Herve Le Bihan; “A Walk on the Wild Side: Women, Men and Madness” by Edyta Lehmann; “The Early Establishment of Celtic Studies in North American Universities” by Michael Linkletter; “ ‘The Marshalled Fence of Battle of All the Men of Earth’: A Reading of Cú Chulainn’s First Recension ríastrad” by Elizabeth Moore; “Dreams of Medieval Scottish Nationhood: The Epic Case of William Wallace” by Kylie Murray; “ ‘Some of You Will Curse Her’: Women’s Fiction During the Irish-language Revival” by Riona Nic Congail; “Dating Peredur: New Light on Old Problems” by Natalia I. Petrovskaia; “ ‘From the Shame You Have Done’ : Comparing the stories of Blodeuedd and Bláthnait” by Sarah Pfannenschmidt; “ ‘And There was a Fourth son Llefelys’: Narrative Structure and Variation in Cyfranc Lludd a Llefelys” by Kelly Ann Randell; and “Fabricating Celts: How Iron Age Iberians became Indo-Europeanized during the Franco Regime” by Aaron Alzola Romero and Eduardo Sanchez-Moreno.
About the Author
Kassandra Conley is a Ph.D. candidate in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.
Erin Boon is a Ph.D. candidate in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.
Margaret Harrison is a Ph.D. candidate in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.
Elizabeth Moore is a Ph.D. candidate in Celtic Languages and Literatures at Harvard University.
Christina Chance 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.
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