11211.
Carnie (Andrew) (ed.): Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics / edited by Andrew Carnie.
Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.
Papers from a conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 27-29 March 2009.

Classifications:

11212.
Adger (David): Clefted situations: a note on expletives in Scottish Gaelic clefts.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 3–15.

11213.
Elfner (Emily): The interaction of linearization and prosody: evidence from pronoun postposing in Irish.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 17–40.

11214.
Graver (Jenny): The syntax and development of the Old Irish autonomous verb.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 41–63.

11215.
Griffith (Aaron): Old Irish pronouns: agreement affixes vs. clitic arguments.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 65–93.
Argues that the infixed and suffixed pronouns are verbal agreement affixes, while interpreting the notae augentes as pronominal arguments (i.e. as the true pronouns of Old Irish).

11216.
McCloskey (James): The shape of Irish clauses.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 143–177.

17778.
Mulkern (Ann E.): Left right behind: Irish pronoun postposing and information structure.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 179–202.

11217.
Noonan (Máire): Some problems with object enclitics in literary Welsh and Old Irish.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 203–228.

11218.
Oda (Kenji): Preverbal particles and irregular verbs in Irish.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 229–253.

11219.
Reed (Sylvia L.): The semantics of Scottish Gaelic tense and aspect.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 255–279.

11220.
Archangeli (Diana), Berry (Jeff), Carnie (Andrew), Fisher (Muriel), Hunt (Nicole), Ji (Sunjing), Josephs (Keisha): ATR in Scottish Gaelic tense sonorants.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 283–306.

11221.
Bosch (Anna): Transcription: the phonetics/phonology interface.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 307–320.
Examines transcription practices in the Scottish Gaelic studies tradition, with a particular focus on the representations of hiatus and svarabhakti.

11222.
Gorrie (Colin): Adjective agreement in Gaelic: a case for morphophonological features.
In Formal approaches to Celtic linguistics (2011), pp. 321–335.
Analysis based on data from the Glendale Skye dialect.