Scottish Gaelic studies 28 (2011)
University of Aberdeen
Mathis (Kate Louise): Gaelic gemina opera: the verse and prose texts of Saltair na rann and Scél saltrach na rann.
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 1–20.
Explores the hypothesis that Scél saltrach na rann and Saltair na rann should be regarded as a medieval Irish example of opus geminatum (a work consisting of twinned prose and verse texts).

Coira (M. Pía): The high-kingship of Alba in classical poetry of Scotland: the evidence from classical and pre-classical poetry.
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 21–48.
Examines the interconnection of the high-kinship, king’s spouse, Goill and prophecy motifs in Scottish praise poems. In Appendix: List of poems quoted.

Forte (A. D. M.): ‘An marcach’: a Gaelic sexual metaphor in the legal works of Sir John Skene of Curriehill?
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 49–54.
Found in the entry on marcheta in Skene’s De verborum significatione; compared to the use of marcach in Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchubhair’s Slán ma do phósadh 9a (as ed. by Margo Griffin-Wilson, 2010).

Lewin (Christopher): A sermon in Manx translated from the work of Thomas Wilson: text and commentary.
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 175–210.
Edited from Manx Museum MS H 140/H2. With linguistic commentary. In Appendix: Original English text.

ap Rheinallt (Tristan): Alexander Carmichael, Alan Bruford and Deirdire.
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 227–232.

Cox (Richard A. V.): Eachdraidh is tùs a’ mhír àireamhail ann an Gàidhlig (na h-Albann).
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 254–306.

Broderick (George): The imperfect and secondary future in late spoken Manx.
In SGS 28 (2011), pp. 307–332.
Examines the use of the imperfect and the secondary future of Late Spoken Manx in (1) the substantive verb, (2) the verb jannoo (used as an auxiliary), (3) the regular verb, and (4) the irregular, modal and defective verbs, offering a comparison with their use in Irish and Scottish Gaelic.