Wednesday, July 27, 2005

For all of those playing "Celtic Scholar" at home, here is my reading list. This includes all the books that I must read and does not include books that I have read.

  1. English Romanticism and the Celtic World
  2. Beowulf and Celtic Tradition
  3. Poetics of Absence in Celtic Tradition
  4. Heroic Poets and Poetic Heroes in Celtic Tradition
  5. The Individual in Celtic Literatures
  6. The Scriptures and Early Medieval Ireland
  7. The Celtic Latin Tradition of Biblical Style
  8. Celts and Christians
  9. Literacy and Medieval Celtic Societies
  10. The Historic Morphology of n-stems in Celtic
  11. A History of the Irish Church, 400-700 AD
  12. Church organisation in Ireland, A.D. 650 to 1000
  13. Cáin Adomnáin and Canones Adomnani
  14. War, women, and druids: eyewitness reports and early accounts of the ancient Celts
  15. The Galatian language: a comprehensive survey of the language of the ancient Celts in Greco-Roman Asia Minor
  16. Celtic Britian and Ireland, 200-800
  17. Cattle-lords and clansmen: kinship and rank in early Ireland
  18. Féil-sgríbhinn Eóin Mhic Néill
  19. Towards a relative chronology of ancient and medieval Celtic sound change
  20. Celtic Christianity: making myths and chasing dreams
  21. Single ray of sun: religious speculation in Early Ireland
  22. Ogma: essays in Celtic studies in honour of Próinséas Ní Chatháin
  23. Studies in the history of Celtic Pronouns and Particles
  24. Celtic Studies in Europe
  25. Cymru a'r Cymry 2000: trafodion Cynhadledd Milflwyddiant Canolfan Uwchefrydiau Cymreig a Cheltaidd Prifysgol Cymru
  26. Donum grammaticum : studies in Latin and Celtic linguistics in honour of Hannah Rosén
  27. Finn and the fian : reflections of ancient Celtic myth and institutions in early and medieval Ireland
  28. Identifying the "Celtic"
  29. The Iron Age in northern Britain: Celts and Romans, natives and invaders
  30. Gods of the Celts
  31. Myths and symbols in pagan Europe : early Scandinavian and Celtic religions
  32. Christians and pagans in Roman Britian
  33. Crossed Paths: methological approaches to the celtic aspect of the middle ages
  34. Animals in Celtic Life and Myth
  35. The lost beliefs of Northern Europe
  36. Celtic Cheiftan, Celtic State
  37. Beyond the Rubicon: Romans and Gauls in Republican Italy
  38. Women of the Celts
  39. Celts and Aryans : survivals of Indo-European speech and society
  40. Romans, Celts, and Germans: the German provinces of Rome
  41. Celts and Vikings : proceedings of the Fourth Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica
  42. Beyond Celts, Germans, and Scythians: archaeology and identity in Iron Age Europe
  43. Studies in Irish literature and history

Well, I hope this gives you a peek into the world of a Celtic Scholar. I have a little over two years to read all of them so I should have plenty of time between that, the writing, and the pub.

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