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UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore

UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore - Research Publications 2016/17

Below is the list of research publications for the UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies and Folklore in the academic year 2016/17



Book Chapters

Dr Cathal Billings
Billings, C; (2016) 'An Chamógaíocht agus Athbheochan na Gaeilge' In: Ní Ghearbhuigh, A; Ní Dhuinn, S; (eds). Solas ar na Dumhchannaí: Aistí i gCuimhne ar Mhuiris Ó Meara. Baile Átha Cliath: Leabhair Comhar. , pp.128-145  
Assoc Professor Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith
C Mac Giolla Leith (2017) 'Unseen By My Open Eyes' In: Kevin Gaffney & Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith (eds). Unseen By My Open Eyes. London: Black Dog Publishing. , pp.4-7  
C Mac Giolla Léith (2017) 'Meditations on Mortality' In: Dorothy Feaver (eds). Bill Lynch. London: Ridinghouse.  
C Mac Giolla Léith (2017) 'Red Hours' In: Tom Hunt & Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith (eds).Philippe Vandenberg: Red Hours, Script 14. Ermitagen: Wolfsberg. , pp.52-61  
Dr Roisin McLaughlin
McLaughlin, Roisin (2017) 'Unusual Gnáthaisti in Mittelirische Verslehren III' In: Gordon Ó Riain (eds). Dá dTrian Feasa Fiafraighidh: Essays on the Irish Grammatical and Metrical Tradition. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. , pp.77-90  
Assoc Professor Meidhbhín Ní Úrdail
Ní Úrdail, M. (2017) ''A Cork scribe in Victorian London'' In: Christina Morin, Marguérite Corporaal (eds). Travelling Irishness in the long nineteenth century. London: Palgrave Macmillan. , pp.225-245  
Ní Úrdail, M. (2017) ''The battle of Clontarf in later Irish tradition'' In: Seán Duffy (eds).Medieval Dublin XVI. Dublin: Four Courts Press. , pp.280-306  
Assoc Professor Regina Uí Chollatáin
Uí Chollatáin, Regina (2016) 'An Piarsach agus Iriseoireacht na Gaeilge: Iriseoir Intleachtúil Victeoiriach agus Réabhlóidí Machnamhach' In: Ó Tuathaigh, Gearóid (eds). An Piarsach agus 1916: briathar, beart agus oidhreacht. Galway: Cló Iar Chonnachta. , pp.37-58  

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Peer Reviewed Journals

Dr Cathal Billings
Billings, C (2017) 'Speaking Irish with hurley sticks: Gaelic sports, the Irish language and national identity in revival Ireland'. Sport in History, 37 (1):25-50. Available Online  
Dr Roisin McLaughlin
Roisin McLaughlin (2016) 'Reading Irish Manuscripts: Texts on Kingship and Judgement in UCD-OFM Manuscript A9'. Celtica, 28 :151-167.  
Assoc Professor Máire Ní Chiosáin
Welby, P., Ní Chiosáin, M. & Ó Raghallaigh, B. (2017) 'Total eclipse of the heart? The production of eclipsis in two speaking styles of Irish'. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 47 (2):125-153.  
Assoc Professor Meidhbhín Ní Úrdail
Ní Úrdail, M. (2016) ''Ón gCnocán Aoibhinn go dtí Londain Shasana: Tomás 'an tSneachta' Ó Conchubhair (1798-c. 1870)''. Celtica, 28 :89-122.  
Assoc Professor Regina Uí Chollatáin
Uí Chollatáin, Regina (2017) 'ó Cheitinn go Conradh: Gluaiseacht na Gaeilge agus 1916'.Eigse - Journal of Irish Studies, XL (1).  
Uí Chollatáin, Regina (2017) 'Review: Patrick Pearse and the Theatre. Mac Piarais agus an Téátar'. The Irish Literary Supplement, 2016 .  

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Other Journals

Dr Cathal Billings
Billings, C; (2017) 'Micheál Cíosóg agus an Ghaeilge i gCumann Lúthchleas Gael' léann Teanga: An Reiviú 2017 .Available Online  
Assoc Professor Regina Uí Chollatáin
Uí Chollatáin, Regina (2017) 'Ancient Ireland. Iris réamhbheochana agus réamhGhaeltachta' An Linn Bhuí. Iris Ghaeltacht na nDéise, 20 .  

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Other Publications

Dr Dewi Wyn Evans
Dewi W. Evans (2016) Williams, Griffith John. Website article. Available Online  
Dr Bairbre Ní Fhloinn
Ní Fhloinn (2016) From medieval text to mobile: folk medicine in Irish tradition (https://soundcloud.com/the-royal-irish-academy/from-medieval-text-to-mobile-folk-medicine-in-irish-tradition). Electronic Publication.  
Ní Fhloinn, Bairbre (2016) Irish Traveller Oral History Project. Documentary.  
Assoc Professor Meidhbhín Ní Úrdail
Ní Úrdail, M. (2017) 'Lámhscríbhinní an Fheiritéaraigh: gearrliosta seiceála'. Electronic Publication. Available Online  

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