Law, Literature and Society

CSANA Yearbook, Volume 7

Edited by: Joseph F. Eska

The intimate relationship of the study of law and the study of literature has never been clearer in Celtic studies. They help to elucidate each other, as well as to contextualise the study of history and society. This is the approach adopted in the studies collected in this volume of CSANA. Contents: Paul Russell (U Cambridge), Poets, power and possessions in medieval Ireland: Michael Meckler (Ohio State U), The assassination of Diarmait mac Cerbaill; Sara Elin Roberts (U Bangor), The Welsh law of women in the legal triads; Lahney Preston-Matto (Adelphi U), Derbforgaill's literary heritage; Karen Eileen Overbey (Tufts U), Ambivalence and anxiety at the Nun's Church; Timothy P. Bridgman (U Binghamton), Naming conventions concerning Celtic peoples.

133 pages

Publication Date: 7/16/2008
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781846820991