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Archaeopress is an Oxford-based publisher run by archaeologists for archaeologists. Publications include the internationally known series ‘British Archaeological Reports’ – monographs especially for the academic and professional archaeological world. Starting in 1974, nearly 3000 titles have been published, covering all areas of archaeology, all periods and most of the world.

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Céilí Dé
Rediscovering Saint Patrick by Marcus Losack

This book presents detailed and historic new evidence to support an ancient hypothesis that Saint Patrick’s homeland ‘in Britanniis’ and ‘Bannavem Tiburniae’ — the place where he was taken captive — were both located in a coastal region of north west Brittany. For further information and enquiries please contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



CMCS (Department of Welsh, Aberystwyth University) publishes inexpensive monographs on Celtic topics and the journal CMCS (Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies), which covers the languages, literature, history, archaeology, art, etc. of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, and Brittany from A.D. 400 to 1500.  CMCS has now reached CMCS 59 (Summer 2010) and 60 (Winter 2010) and claims to be the only journal not to have increased its price (£10 p.a.) since it started 30 years ago.

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Is iris mhíosúil í Comhar ina bpléitear litríocht agus cúrsaí reatha agus a lán eile nach iad. Tá scoth scríbhneoireachta na Gaeilge ar fáil inti ó 1942. Bunaíodh an t-inphrionta foilsitheoireachta Leabhair COMHAR athuair i 2010 chun nua-litríocht na Gaeilge a fhorbairt, agus scríbhneoirí úra a earcú agus a chothú.

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Cumann na Sgríbheann nGaedhilge
Irish Texts Society

The Irish Texts Society, founded in 1898, is established to advance public education by promoting the study of Irish literature, and as ancillary thereto to publish texts in the Irish language, accompanied by such introductions, English translations, glossaries and notes as may be deemed desirable.

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Edinburgh University Press

Edinburgh University Press is the premier scholarly publisher in Scotland of academic books and journals and one of the leading university presses in the UK. Delegates of the Celtic Congress will be particularly interested in our Scottish Studies, Language & Linguistics and Literary Studies books and journals.

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The Edwin Mellen Press

The Edwin Mellen Pres is a non-subsidy academic publisher of books in the humanities and social sciences. We publish monographs, critical editions, collections, translations, revisionist studies, constructive essays, bibliographies, dictionaries, grammars and dissertations. A recent publication Historical Residues in the Old Irish Legends of Queen Medb: An Expanded Interpretation of the Ulster Cycle by Diana V. Dominguez is now available.

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Éigse A Journal of Irish Studies

NUI, Maynooth is a constituent university of National University of Ireland (NUI). Since 1937, NUI has published Éigse A Journal of Irish Studies. The journal is devoted to the cultivation of a wide range of research in the field of Irish language and literature. Éigse is edited by Professor Liam Mac Mathúna, Head of the School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore and Linguistics at UCD — also a constituent university of NUI.

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Déanann foireann FIONTAR taighde nuálaíoch idirdhisciplíneach i réimse leathan ábhar a nascann an Ghaeilge le saincheisteanna comhaimseartha; gnó agus bainistíocht; teicneolaíocht na faisnéise; sochaí agus teanga; agus acmhainní digiteacha don Ghaeilge. I measc na dtionscadal sonrach tá an obair ar focal.ie; ar logainm.ie; ar ainm.ie; agus ar iate.europa.eu (téarmaí Gaeilge).

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Four Courts Press

Four Courts Press is an academic publishing house based in Dublin. We publish extensively in the field of Celtic and Medieval Studies. Our books are available worldwide, either directly via our website (www.fourcourtspress.ie) or through an extensive chain of bookstores, libraries, and book wholesalers. Four Courts Press has its offices at 7 Malpas Street, near Dublin's historic Blackpitts area. The Publisher and production manager is Martin Healy and the Senior Editor is Martin Fanning.

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Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft
Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft

The Linguistic Department of the University of Innsbruck, in cooperation with Archaeolingua Budapest, publishes monographs and collective volumes in the fields of linguistics, philology and archaeology. Our publications with special focus on Celtic studies cover the history, linguistics, onomastics and archaeology of the Celtic world. Recent publications include The Celts by Wolfgang Meid, as well as the same author's commented edition of the Old Irish tale Táin Bó Froích.

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Publishing Ireland

Publishing Ireland is the trade association for book publishers in Ireland. The association provides representation in the areas of networking, marketing and lobbying as well as industry specific training and research. Publishing Ireland supports book publishers by working to deliver projects, promotions, expertise, forums, information sharing and general representation.

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The Royal Irish Academy

The Royal Irish Academy and the Discovery Programme welcome delegates to the Congress. Visit Stand 6 to browse (and maybe buy) our books. Pick up a handy bag which contains information on the publishing and research projects of both organisations. www.ria.ie / www.discoveryprogramme.ie.

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Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is an iconic institution, internationally recognised as a national centre for the Scottish Gaelic language and culture. Its spectacular campus, located on the Isle of Skye, boasts exceptional facilities and is host to a wealth of specialised resources and expertise. As an academic partner within the University of the Highlands and Islands, the College offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes taught through the medium of Scottish Gaelic and is involved in a number of leading research projects including the collaborative research initiative, Soillse. www.smo.uhi.ac.uk