• Studia Celtica Fennica
    Vol 14 (2017)

    Esipuhe / Editorial

     

    Phillip A. Bernhardt-House

    Binding the Wolf, Leashing the Hound: Canid Eschatologies in Irish and Norse Myth

     

    George Broderick

    The Last Native Manx Gaelic Speakers. The Final Phase: ‘Full’ or ‘Terminal’ in speech?

     

    John Collis

    Celts Ancient and Modern: Recent Controversies in Celtic Studies

     

    Grigory Grigoryev

    Bachal Isu: the Symbolism of St. Patrick’s Crosier in Early Medieval Irish Hagiography

     

    Mikhail Kiselev

    Some notes on origin of motif of the Ulaid’s false beards in Cáth Áenaig Macha and

    Cóir Anmann

     

    Ksenia Kudenko

    Tochmarc Moméra as Echtra to the Otherworld

     

    Eugene McKendry

    Celtic Languages in Education in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

     

    Kevin Murray

    H and the First Recension of the Táin

     

    Joseph Nagy

    The Pride of Heroes and the Problems of Readers of Medieval Celtic Literature

     

    Tomás O’Cathasaigh

    The Ulster Exiles and Thematic Symmetry in Recension I of Tain Bo Cuailnge

     

    Jouna Pyysalo

    A Minor Sound Law for Celtic

     

    Arvosteluja—Reviews

     

  • Vol 13 (2016)

    Editorial

    This volume of Studia Celtica Fennica is a special issue celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Finnish Society for Celtic Studies. The articles illustrate the variety of celtological research done by Finns or in Finland. It also includes a summary of the history of the society during its first 25 years. This volume will be launched at XV International Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica in Helsinki in August 2016.