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The Language of Gender, Power and Agency in Celtic Studies

Edited by Amber Handy and Brian Ó Conchubhair

Paper $39.95    |    978-1-85132-075-2    |    2014

Handy and Ó Conchubhair’s collection demonstrates the breadth and depth of Celtic studies as a vibrant, multifaceted, interdisciplinary subject. Combining essays by senior scholars such as Catherine McKenna, Máirín Nic Eoin, and Dan M. Wiley with new and groundbreaking work by emerging scholars such as Hannah Zdansky, Theresa O’Byrne, Tomás L. Ó Murchú, and Wes Hamrick, this volume explores current trends and themes in Celtic Studies ranging from literary manuscripts to contemporary literature.

  The Language of Gender, Power and Agency in Celtic Studies


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