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  • Scottish Studies Vol 39

    Scottish Studies Vol 39


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  • Gaelic Neighbours

    Dr. Vincent McKee

    This is an important and unique volume written by an able historian. For the first time it presents an insightful comparative perspective on Gaelic language and cultural politics in Scotland and Ireland during the modern era.


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  • Scottish Literature an introduction

    Alan Riach

    Ranging across time and genre, Scottish Literature: an introductioninvites you to hear Scotland through her own words.


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  • TGSI – Vol. LVIII

    Volume 58 in the series.


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  • Galloway The Lost Province of Gaelic Scotland

    In this mould-breaking book, ten scholars pool their research to answer some key questions. When was Gaelic spoken here? Where did it last longest? What was it like?


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  • The Settlement Names of Lewis Vol. I & II

    Richard A. V. Cox

    A linguistic analysis of village names in the Isle of Lewis available in this two volumes deal


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  • Scottish Gaelic and its European Cousins

    George McLennan

    Discover Scottish Gaelic’s links to other European languaes.


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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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