Research

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 [out of print]

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 [out of print]

7 Between Intrusions: Britain and Ireland between the Romans and the Normans
edited by Pamela O’Neill [out of print]

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



For information about how to buy, please contact Dr Pamela O’Neill <pamela.oneill@sydney.edu.au>.

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Australian Celtic Journal

Volume 11 of the Australian Celtic Journal, published by the Celtic Council of Australia, and edited by Anders Ahlqvist and Pamela O’Neill, appeared in October 2013. Back copies are available of volumes 2–10 as well as (but in very limited numbers) complete sets of volumes 1–11. 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. Intending contributors are invited to contact the editors, Professor Anders Ahlqvist <anders.ahlqvist@sydney.edu.au> and Dr Pamela O’Neill <pamela.oneill@sydney.edu.au> from whom guidelines may be obtained about how to prepare submissions.