12616.
Ahlqvist (Anders) (ed.), O’Neill (Pamela) (ed.): Language and power in the Celtic world: papers from the seventh Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, The University of Sydney, 30 September–2 October 2010 / edited by Anders Ahlqvist and Pamela O’Neill.
SSCS, 10. Sydney: Celtic Studies Foundation, University of Sydney, 2011. ix + 424 pp. (Sydney Series in Celtic Studies, 10).

Classifications:

12617.
Bergholm (Alexandra): The drinking of blood in the ritual context of mourning.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 1–12.

12618.
Breatnach (Liam): ‘Saint Patrick’s oath’.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 13–35.

12619.
Harman (Jade): Causation in medieval Irish law.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 97–122.

12620.
Hirt (Aindrias): The connection between Fenian lays, liturgical chant, recitative, and dán díreach: a pre-medieval narrative song tradition.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 123–158.

12621.
Kelly (Fergus): The place of women in early Irish society, with special reference to the law of marriage.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 159–179.

12622.
McKenna (Malachy): Is there vowel harmony in Irish and Scottish Gaelic?
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 231–240.

12623.
McLeod (Neil): Cáin Adomnáin and the Lombards.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 241–265.

12624.
Noone (Val): Sifting the wreckage of Gaelic culture in Victoria.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 267–286.

12625.
Ó Cathasaigh (Tomás): Conchobor and his court at Emain.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 309–322.

12626.
O’Neill (Pamela): Unravelling time in early Irish law.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 323–350.

12627.
Phillips (Veronica): Exile and authority in Lebor gabála Érenn.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 351–364.

12628.
Scott (Celia): Bizarre, grotesque and macabre: gender and humour in early Irish hagiography.
In Language and power in the Celtic world (2011), pp. 381–407.