Publications

Sydney Series in Celtic Studies

1 Early Irish Contract Law
by Neil McLeod

2 The Celts in Europe
by Aedeen Cremin

3 Origins and Revivals: Proceedings of the First Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Geraint Evans, Bernard Martin & Jonathan M Wooding

4 Literature and Politics in the Celtic World: Papers from the Third Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Pamela O’Neill & Jonathan M Wooding

5 Celtic-Australian Identities: Irish- and Welsh-Australian Studies from the ‘Australian Identities’ Conference, University College Dublin, July 1996
edited by Jonathan M Wooding & David Day

6 Nation and Federation in the Celtic World: Papers from the Fourth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Pamela O’Neill

7 Between Intrusions: Britain and Ireland between the Romans and the Normans
edited by Pamela O’Neill

8 Exile and Homecoming: Papers from the Fifth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Pamela O’Neill

9 Celts in Legend and Reality: Papers from the Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Pamela O’Neill

10 Language and Power in the Celtic World: Papers from the Seventh Australian Conference of Celtic Studies
edited by Anders Ahlqvist & Pamela O’Neill

11 Grammatical Tables for Old Irish
compiled by Anders Ahlqvist

12 Medieval Irish Law: Text and Context
edited by Anders Ahlqvist & Pamela O’Neill

13 Late Medieval Irish Law Manuscripts: A Reappraisal of Methodology and Content
by Rowena Finnane

14 The Land beneath the Sea: Essays in Honour of Anders Ahlqvist’s Contribution to Celtic Studies in Australia
edited by Pamela O’Neill

15 Celts and their Cultures at Home and Abroad: A Festschrift for Malcolm Broun
edited by Anders Ahlqvist & Pamela O’Neill

16 Germano-Celtica: A Festschrift for Brian Taylor
edited by Anders Ahlqvist & Pamela O’Neill

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Australian Celtic Journal


The Australian Celtic Journal is published by the Celtic Council of Australia. Information about how to buy is available at http://www.celticcouncil.org.au/sub/cca3.htm. Submissions for future volumes will be welcome from Celticists everywhere, and information about submitting is available from the same web page.