McKenna (Catherine)

13091.
McKenna (Catherine): Welsh versions of the fifteen signs before Doomsday reconsidered.
In Celtic folklore and Christianity [Heist studies] (1983), pp. 84–112.
Compared to the Irish Airdena brátha.
8814.
McKenna (Catherine): Apotheosis and evanescence: the fortunes of Saint Brigit in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
In Individual in Celtic literatures (2000), pp. 74–108.
8819.
McKenna (Catherine): Between two worlds: Saint Brigit and pre-Christian religion in the Vita prima.
In Identifying the Celtic (2002), pp. 66–74.
18387.
McKenna (Catherine): Triangulating opposition: Irish expatriates and hagiography in the seventeenth century.
In Language and tradition in Ireland (2003), pp. 139–155.
On Aodh Mac Aingil, Patrick Fleming and Hugh Ward.
8831.
McKenna (Catherine): Vision and revision, iteration and reiteration, in Aislinge Meic Con Glinne.
11498.
McKenna (Catherine): Angels and demons in the pages of Lebor na hUidre.
In Narrative in Celtic tradition (2011), pp. 157–180.
16175.
McKenna (Catherine): The grammar, rhetoric, and exegetical logic of Ultán’s Hymn.