Keltische Forschungen 1 (2006)
Rev. by
Alexander Falileyev, in CMCS 55 (Summer, 2008), pp. 90-91.
Pierre-Yves Lambert, in ÉtC 37 (2011), pp. 250-251.
Stefan Zimmer in StC 42 (2008), pp. 175-176.
Birkhan (Helmut) (hon.)
Jørgensen (Anders Richardt): Etymologies to go - some further reflexes of Celtic *keng-.
In KF 1 (2006), pp. 59–71.
Argues that OIr. cingid derives from PC *kang-e/o- rather that keng-e/o-, and establishes the quantity of ambiguous OIr. cē̆s (LEIA C-79; cf. DIL C-147.74) as long (cés).

McCone (Kim): Die Spottwettkämpfe in der Geschichte von Mac Da Thós Schwein.
In KF 1 (2006), pp. 149–161.
Argues that Scéla mucce meic Dathó is an elaborated, Christian-oriented satire composed in a monastic milieu, whose author makes use of the boasting contest with the aim of ridiculising the warlike lifestyle of Early Ireland. Furthermore argues that Cú Chulainn is the unnamed subject of a parody at the anticlimatic end of the narrative.

Schröder (Franziska): “aus keltisch-heidnischem Geist” : Manfred Böckl und seine Rekonstruktion des Cú Chulainn-Stoffes.
In KF 1 (2006), pp. 163–188.
Studies a case of reception of early Irish literature in modern Germany.

Stifter (David): A note on the research history of the Insular Celtic t-preterite.
In KF 1 (2006), p. 189.
Ascribes the derivation of the Insular Celtic t-preterite from the Indo-European athematic aorist to Rudolf Thomas Siegfried (1830-1863).

Stifter (David): Brendaniana, etc.
In KF 1 (2006), pp. 191–214.
Review article on works on Saint Brendan and voyage literature: The legend of St. Brendan: a critical bibliography, comp. by Glyn S. Burgess and Clara Strijbosch (Dublin: RIA, 2000); The Celtic west and Europe: studies in Celtic literature and the early Irish church, by Doris Edel (Dublin: Four Courts, 2001); Studies in Irish hagiography: saints and scholars, ed. by John Carey, Máire Herbert and Pádraig Ó Riain (Dublin: Four Courts, 2001); Brendans Inseln: Navigatio Sancti Brendani Abbatis, ed. by Wolfgang Schüter (Wien: Edition per procura, 1997). Also provides detailed evidence that a speaker of Irish composed Navigatio Sancti Brendani, and suggests a terminus ante quem non of 825 based on a comparison with Dicuil’s De mensura orbis terrae.

Stüber (Karin): Indogermanisches in altirischen Frauennamen.
In KF 1 (2006), pp. 215–239.
Studies the morphology and semantics of this onomastic sub-group, and concludes that the Indo-European name-forming principles are well represented in it, given that the four main types are extant (full names of one and two stems, short names and hypocoristics), while semantically these names show their own particularities.