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CL Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages


Volume 8 is out!!!

 

Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages is a new series which aims at presenting current research on a wide range of issues related to Celtic languages, from both a synchronic and diachronic perspective. Special attention will be paid to the issues which are relevant for contemporary theories of language. It is hoped that the books in the series will appeal to both Celtic specialists and the wider linguistic community.

Editorial board: 

Sabine Asmus, University of Szczecin

Maria Bloch-Trojnar, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Robert D. Borsley, University of Essex

Eugeniusz Cyran, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

Aidan Doyle, University College, Cork

Aleksandr Falileyev, University of St. Petersburg

James McCloskey, University of Santa Cruz

Máire Ní Chiosáin, University College, Dublin

Tomás Ó Cathasaigh, Harvard University

Arndt Wigger, University of Wuppertal

 

The series is published with the support of the Cultural Relations Committee of the Irish Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism

Vol.1
Aidan Doyle (2002) Covert and Overt Pronominalas in Irish. Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages, vol 1. Folium, Lublin.
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Vol.2
Aidan Doyle and Edmund Gussmann (2004) A Reverse Dictionary of Modern Irish. Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages, vol 2. Folium, Lublin.
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Vol.3
Maria Bloch-Trojnar (2006) Polyfunctionality in Morphology. A Study of Verbal Nouns in Modern Irish.
Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages, vol 3. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin.
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Bloch_Polyfunctionality.pdf Bloch_Polyfunctionality.pdf (4.34 MB)
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Vol. 4
Krzysztof Jaskuła (2006) Ancient Sound Changes and Old Irish Phonology. Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages, vol 4. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin.

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Vol. 5
Anna Bloch-Rozmej (2008) Issues in Celtic Linguistics. Lublin Studies in Celtic Languages, vol 5. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin.
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Vol. 6

Maria Bloch-Trojnar (2009) Perspectives on Celtic Languages

 

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Vol. 7

Krzysztof Jaskuła (2011) Formal and Historical Approaches to Celtic Languages

PDF: Jaskula_ed._LSCL7.prepublication

 

 

 

 Vol. 8

Mark Ó Fionnain (2014) Translating in Times of Turmoil: Liam Ó Rinn's Irish Language Translations of Adam Mickiewicz

 

 

 

Autor: Eugeniusz Cyran
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 14.05.2015, godz. 21:38 - Aleksander Bednarski