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  • Gairm: Ùghdar is Dealbh, Rosg is Rann, 1952–2002

    Tòmas MacAilpein & Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh

    Gairm was the most prolific Gaelic periodical of the 20th century.


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  • Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 10

    Wilson McLeod (Editor)

    Papers from the 10th Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig Conference held August 2018.


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  • Gaelic in Scotland: Policies, Movements, Ideologies

    Wilson McLeod

    The first comprehensive study of Gaelic in modern Scotland, from 1872 to the present.


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  • Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 7: Literature, History & Language

    Sheila Kidd (Editor)

    The 22 articles in this volume were delivered at the seventh Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig conference, held at the University of Glasgow in August 2012.


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  • The Gaelic Crisis in the Vernacular Community

    Conchúr Ó Giollagáin (Ed)

    The most comprehensive sociolinguistic survey of the state of Gaelic in the vernacular communities ever conducted, the Islands Gaelic Research Project.


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  • Gaelic Language Revitalization Concepts and Challenges: Collected Essays

    Emily MacEwan-Fujita

    The chapters in this collection focus on a number of interconnected themes, including the intersection of neoliberalism and minority language revitalization; and discourses of language death and revival in literature, media, and academia.


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  • Às na Freumhan

    Tim Armstrong

    It wasn’t easy establishing a Gaelic school in Scotland, but the effort in Edinburgh was unparallelled. Gaelic activists fought for 14 years to keep the school in the city.


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  • Warriors of the Word

    Michael Newton

    Warriors of the Word offers a broad overview of Scottish Highland culture and history, bringing together rare and previously untranslated primary texts from scattered and obscure sources.


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  • Dugald Buchanan (1716-68): The poet, the translator, and the manuscript evidence

    Donald E. Meek

    Professor Meek’s Canna Lecture represents a further valuable contribution to the study of Gaelic literature, this time turning the focus on the eighteenth century and the work of one of its major literary figures, Perthshire poet Dugald Buchanan.


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  • Lìontan Lìonmhor: Local, National and Global Gaelic Networks

    M. Byrne & S. Kidd (Eds)

    This volume contains essays by leading scholars in the field exploring Scottish Gaelic networks – cultural, political and literary – from the eighteenth to the twentieth century, with contributions extending the focus to Ireland and Brittany.


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  • Gaelic Proverbs

    Alexander Nicolson (Editor)

    The largest and best-known collection of Gaelic proverbs in the world.


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  • Aiste 3

    Michel Byrne (Editor) et al.

    Studies in Gaelic Literature – Aiste 3 – 2010


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