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Sydney Series in Celtic Studies

The Sydney Series in Celtic Studies publishes monographs and edited collections of original research in the field of Celtic studies. Celtic studies is the study of the Celtic-speaking peoples, including archaeology, art, history, law, languages and literature. Our series encompasses early and medieval subjects, as well as the modern Celtic nations with their diasporas. The series publishes research of the highest quality, and encourages innovative approaches to traditional questions in its major field.

Series Editor

Dr Pamela O’Neill (University of Sydney)
Professor Jonathan Wooding (University of Sydney)

Editorial Board

Professor Daniel Anlezark (University of Sydney)
Dr Lorna Barrow (Macquarie University)
Professor Neil McLeod
Dr Lynette Olson (University of Sydney)

Authors are invited to discuss potential titles for the series with the series editors, or Susan Murray.

To submit a proposal, please refer to our submission guidelines.

Other books in the series

  • Fir Fesso: A Festschrift for Neil McLeod, edited by A. Ahlqvist & P. O’Neill
  • Germano-Celtica: A Festschrift for Brian Taylor, edited by A. Ahlqvist & P. O’Neill
  • Grammatical Tables for Old Irish compiled by A. Ahlqvist
  • Medieval Irish Law: Text and Context edited by A. Ahlqvist & P. O’Neill
  • Late Medieval Irish Law Manuscripts: A Reappraisal of Methodology and Content by R. Finnane
  • The Land beneath the Sea: Essays in Honour of Anders Ahlqvist’s Contribution to Celtic Studies in Australia edited by P. O’Neill
  • Celts and their Cultures at Home and Abroad: A Festschrift for Malcolm Broun edited by A. Ahlqvist & P. O’Neill
  • Language and Power in the Celtic World: Papers from the Seventh Australian Conference of Celtic Studies edited by A. Ahlqvist & P. O’Neill
  • Celts in Legend and Reality: Papers from the Sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies edited by P. O’Neill
  • Exile and Homecoming: Papers from the Fifth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies edited by Pamela O’Neill
  • Between Intrusions: Britain and Ireland between the Romans and the Normans edited by P. O’Neill
  • Nation and Federation in the Celtic World: Papers from the Fourth Australian
    Conference of Celtic Studies edited by P. O’Neill
  • Celtic-Australian Identities: Irish- and Welsh-Australian Studies from the ‘Australian Identities’ Conference, University College Dublin, July 1996 edited by J. M. Wooding & D. Day
  • Literature and Politics in the Celtic World: Papers from the Third Australian Conference of Celtic Studies edited by P. O’Neill & J. M. Wooding
  • Origins and Revivals: Proceedings of the First Australian Conference of Celtic Studies edited by G. Evans, B. Martin & J. M. Wooding
  • The Celts in Europe by A. Cremin
  • Early Irish Contract Law by N. McLeod