Friday, June 17, 2011

CSANA Yearbook 10 is now Available

Proceedings of the Celtic Studies Association of North America Annual Meeting 2008 (CSANA Yearbook 10) has just been published by Colgate University Press.  The volume is edited by Morgan Davies and includes eleven of the papers originally presented at the 2008 conference:
  • Timothy P. Bridgman, “Names and Naming Conventions Concerning Peoples Identified as Celtic in the Works of Posidonius of Apamea”
  • Dylan Foster Evans, “On the Lips of Strangers: The Welsh Language, the Middle Ages, and Ethnic Diversity”
  • Katherine R. Frazier, “More Than a Name: Place-Name Literature within Táin Bó Cúailnge
  • Charles Gerard Larkin, “Celts in the Holy Land”
  • Patricia Malone, “‘There Has Been Treachery from the Beginning’: The Historia Gruffudd ap Cynan as Narrative Hybrid”
  • Catherine McKenna, “The Prince, the Poet, and the Scribe: Reflections on the Elegiac Tradition in Medieval Wales”
  • Daniel F. Melia, “The Rhetoric of Patrick’s Letter to the Soldiers of Coroticus”
  • Lahney Preston-Matto, “Derbforgaill before the Anglo-Norman Invasion: Sovereignty Goddess or Political Hostage in Twelfth-Century Ireland?”
  • William Sayers, “Celtic Kingship Motifs Associated with Bishop Aidan of Lindisfarne in Bede’s Historia Ecclesiastica
  • Sarah K. Sieracki, “A Common Celtic and Norse Genesis: The Mythological Evidence”
  • Edgar M. Slotkin, “Frank O’Connor’s Irish Story”
CSANA Yearbook 10 is available directly from Colgate University Press for $27.50 plus shipping.

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