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Parallels between Celtic and Slavic
 
 
 
Mac Mathúna, S. and Fomin, M., eds., 2006. Parallels between Celtic and Slavic: Proceedings of the First International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica held at the University of Ulster, Coleraine, 19-21 June 2005. Studia Celto-Slavica 1. xiii, 332 pp. Coleraine. ISBN 03-370-8836-5.
 
This volume contains nineteen articles presented at the First International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica held at the University of Ulster, Coleraine, between the 19th and 21st June 2005. The contributions include papers on a range of subjects relating to links and contacts between Celtic and Slavic traditions, cultures and languages. In addition to papers on early links between Celts and Slavs and the nature of Celto-Slavica, other subjects covered are the scope and achievement of Slavic Celtic scholars, literary and mythological aspects of Celto-Slavic, etymological, onomastic and lexical topics, and comparative linguistic studies of Celtic and Slavic languages. The volume also contains substantial bibliographies, including a bibliography of the works of the late Professor Viktor Pavlovich Kalygin, to whose memory the book is dedicated.
Contact:
Maxim Fomin, Research Institute for Irish and Celtic Studies, University of Ulster at Coleraine, BT52 1SA, Northern Ireland
 
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Table of Contents
 

Inaugural Address: Remarks on Celto-Slavica (K.H. Schmidt)
 
The History of Celtic Scholarship in Russia and the Soviet Union
(S. Mac Mathúna)
 
Celtic Studies in Poland: Recent Themes and Developments
(P. Stalmaszczyk)
 
The Celts and the Slavs: On K.H. Schmidt’s Hypothesis on the Eastern
Origin of the Celts (V. Kalygin)
 
Alt-celtischer Sprachschatz: the Ukrainian Contribution (A. Falileyev)
 
Celto-Slavic Parallels in Mythology (V. Blažek)
 
Old Irish and Slavic Prefixed Verbs and the Function of Prefixes
(F. Josephson)
 
Obligatory and Non-obligatory Control in Irish and Polish (A. Bondaruk)
 
Direct Object Double Marking in Celtic and South Slavic Languages –
Preliminary Remarks (E. Parina)
 
Perfect and Possessive Structures in Irish and Russian (V. Bayda)
 
Some Breton Words in the Dictionary of the Russian Empress (A. Muradova)
 
Russia, Cradle of the Gael (J. Carey)
 
On the Function of Name in Irish and Slavonic
Written Incantation Tradition (T. Mikhailova)
 
Cú Chulainn and Il’ya of Murom: Two Heroes, and Some Variations on a Theme (D. Miller)
 
Hiberno-Rossica: ‘Knowledge in the Clouds’ in Old Irish
and Old Russian (G. Bondarenko)
 
A Swan Uncarved: Russian and Irish Heroes breaking the Table Etiquette (N. Chekhonadskaya)
 
Russian and Western Celticists on Similarities between Early Irish and Early Indian Traditions (M. Fomin)
 
‘Going Home to Russia’? Irish Writers and Russian Literature (F. Sewell)
 
What’s in Celto-Slavica?(H. L. C. Tristram)
 
V. Kalygin† (1950 – 2004)  (A. Muradova & K. H. Schmidt)
 
V. Kalygin: Select Bibliography

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