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The Journal of Celtic Linguistics publishes articles and reviews on all aspects of the linguistics of the Celtic languages, modern, medieval and ancient, with particular emphasis on synchronic studies, while not excluding diachronic and comparative-historical work. This journal is of great interest to students of languages and Celtic studies, as well as general public interested in the linguistic progression within Celtic languages and linguistic history. The editor is Lecturer in the Welsh Department at Aberystwyth University, and is supported by an editorial board including representatives from Oxford and Cambridge universities, and from universities across Europe and North America.
Papers are invited in English, French or German on all fields/‘levels’ of analysis; phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics; formal or functional, cross-language typological or language-internal, dialectological or sociolinguistic, any theoretical paradigm.
English Loanwords in the Irish of Iorras Aithneach – New Vowels in a Government and Licensing Analysis Krzysztof Jaskuła
On the Etymology of the River-name Ruhr and Some of its Central-European Cognates: Celtic or not Celtic – That is the Question – Harald Bichlmeier
The Syntax of Absolute Verbal Fo- rms in Early Welsh Poetry: A Survey – Simon Rodway
Left Branch Extraction and Clitic Placement in Gaulish – Bernard Mees
Towards a Historical Treebank of Middle and Early Modern Welsh, Part I: Workflow and POS Tagging – Marieke Meelen and David Willis
Sinner and Velaza (eds.), Paleohispanic Languages and Epigraphies (Oxford University Press, 2019); Untermann, Monumenta Linguarum Hispanicarum, Band VI (Reichert, 2018) – Patrick Sims-Williams
Jones (ed.), Arthur in Early Welsh Poetry (Modern Humanities Research Association, 2019) – Stefan Schumacher
Hammond (ed.), Personal Names and Naming Practices in Medieval Scotland (Boydell & Brewer, 2019); King (ed.).
Scottish Gaelic Place-names: The Collected Works of Charles M. Robertson 1864-1927 (Clò Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba, 2019) – Kay Muhr
Sims-Williams (ed.), Sir John Rhys Studies (Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 77, Summer 2019) – Bernhard Maier
Kailuweit, Künkel and Staudinger (eds.), Applying and Expanding Role and Reference Grammar (Freiburg Institute
for Advanced Studies, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 2018) – Mícheál Hoyne
Studia Celto-Slavica: Journal of the Learned Association Societas Celto-Slavica, Volume 10 (Éditions du Centre de
Recherche Bretonne et Celtique, 2019) – Simon Rodway
Dr Simon Rodway, Aberystwyth University
Reviews Editor: Dr Alexander Falileyev, Goginan
Dr David Cram, Jesus College, Oxford
Professor Joseph F. Eska, Virginia Tech
Dr Deborah Hayden, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Dr Graham Isaac, National University of Ireland, Galway
Dr Daniel le Bris, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest
Dr Bob Morris-Jones, Aberystwyth University
Professor Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh, University of Glasgow
Professor Erich Poppe, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Dr Elena Parina, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Dr David Willis, Selwyn College, Cambridge
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