Studia Celtica Fennica is an international peer-reviewed journal of Celtic studies. We publish articles on all fields of Celtic studies, including Celtic languages and the history, archaeology and folklore of peoples speaking Celtic languages.
Esipuhe / Editorial
Phillip A. Bernhardt-House
Binding the Wolf, Leashing the Hound: Canid Eschatologies in Irish and Norse Myth
The Last Native Manx Gaelic Speakers. The Final Phase: ‘Full’ or ‘Terminal’ in speech?
Celts Ancient and Modern: Recent Controversies in Celtic Studies
Bachal Isu: the Symbolism of St. Patrick’s Crosier in Early Medieval Irish Hagiography
Some notes on origin of motif of the Ulaid’s false beards in Cáth Áenaig Macha and
Tochmarc Moméra as Echtra to the Otherworld
Celtic Languages in Education in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
H and the First Recension of the Táin
The Pride of Heroes and the Problems of Readers of Medieval Celtic Literature
The Ulster Exiles and Thematic Symmetry in Recension I of Tain Bo Cuailnge
A Minor Sound Law for Celtic