Estudos celtas

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Os estudos celtas son unha disciplina académica que se ocupa do estudo de calquera aspecto cultural relacionado co pobo celta. Aínda que abrangue estudos sobre literatura, arte, arqueoloxía e historia, focalízase no estudo das linguas célticas vivas e extintas.[1] As principais áreas de atención son as seis linguas celtas que aínda existen: o irlandés, o galés, o gaélico escocés, o manx, o córnico e o bretón.

Como materia universitaria, é impartida en numerosas universidades arredor do mundo, a maioría delas en Irlanda, o Reino Unido e Francia, pero tamén nos Estados Unidos, Canadá, Australia, Alemaña, Polonia, Austria e os Países Baixos. Por outra banda, os estudos celtas son impartidos na Universidade da Coruña[2] e Galiza conta co seu propio Instituto Galego de Estudos Célticos.

Áreas dos estudos celtas[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Arqueoloxía
  • Lingüística
  • Etnoloxía
  • Historia
  • Literatura
  • Relixión
  • Ciencia política

Celtistas destacados[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Osborn Bergin (1873–1950)
  • D. A. Binchy
  • Nora Chadwick
  • Ann Dooley
  • Thomas Charles-Edwards
  • Peter Berresford Ellis (1943-)
  • Ellis Evans (1930-)
  • Robin Flower (1881–1946)
  • Sir Idris Foster (1911–1984)
  • John Fraser (1882–1945)
  • Richard Gendall
  • Ken George
  • R. Geraint Gruffydd
  • Anton Gerard van Hamel (1886–1945)
  • Kathleen Hughes
  • Kenneth Hurlstone Jackson (1909–1991)
  • Henry Jenner (1848–1934)
  • Bobi Jones (1929-)
  • Alexander Macbain
  • Breandán Ó Madagain (1942-)
  • Bernhard Maier (1963-)
  • Ranko Matasović
  • Eoin McKiernan (1915–2004)
  • Kuno Meyer (1858–1919)
  • John Morris-Jones (1864–1929)
  • Robert Morton Nance (1873–1959)
  • Cecile O'Rahilly (1894–1980)
  • T. F. O'Rahilly (1883–1953)
  • Julius Pokorny (1887–1970)
  • Sir John Rhys (1840–1915)
  • Ailbhe Mac Shamhráin
  • Marie-Louise Sjoestedt (1900-1940)
  • Whitley Stokes
  • Thomas Taylor (1858–1938)
  • Derrick Thomson (1921-)
  • Rudolf Thurneysen (1857–1940)
  • Calvert Watkins
  • Glanmor Williams
  • Sir Ifor Williams (1881–1965)
  • J. E. Caerwyn Williams (1912–1999)
  • Nicholas Williams (1942-)
  • Ernst Windisch (1844–1918)
  • Johann Kaspar Zeuss (1806–1856)
  • Heinrich Friedrich Zimmer (1851–1910)

Publicacións especializadas[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie (ZCP), est. 1896, Halle.
  • Revue Celtique (RC), est. 1870, Paris; continued after 1934 by Études celtiques.
  • Ériu est. 1904, Dublin.
  • The Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies (BBCS), est. 1921, Cardiff; merged with Studia Celtica in 1993.
  • Etudes Celtiques (EC), est. 1936, Paris.
  • Celtica. Journal of the School of Celtic Studies, est. 1949, Dublin.
  • Studia Celtica, est. 1966, Cardiff.
  • Éigse. A Journal of Irish Studies, est. 1939, Dublin.
  • Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies (CMCS), est. 1993, Aberystwyth; formerly Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies.
  • Peritia. Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, Cork.

Notas[editar | editar a fonte]

  1. Wiley, ""Celtic studies, early history of the field" (2006).
  2. University Institute of Research in Irish Studies, A Coruña, Galicia

Véxase tamén[editar | editar a fonte]

Bibliografía[editar | editar a fonte]

  • Busse, Peter E. "Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie." In Celtic Culture. A Historical Encyclopedia, ed. J.T. Koch. 5 vols: vol. 5. Santa Barbara et al., 2006. p. 1823.
  • Brown, Terence (ed.). Celticism. Studia imagologica 8. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1996.
  • Fischer, Joachim and John Dillon (eds.). The correspondence of Myles Dillon, 1922-1925: Irish-German relations and Celtic studies. Dublin: Four Courts, 1999.
  • Huther, Andreas. "'In Politik verschieden, in Freundschaft wie immer': The German Celtic scholar Kuno Meyer and the First World War." In The First World War as a clash of cultures, ed. Fred Bridgham. Columbia (SC): Camden House, 2006. pp. 231–44. ISBN 1-57113-340-2.
  • Koch, John T. "Celtic Studies." In A century of British medieval studies, ed. Alan Deyermond. British Academy centenary monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007. pp. 235–61. ISBN 978-0-19-726395-2. RHS record
  • Mac Mathúna, Séamus. "The History of Celtic Studies in Russia and the Soviet Union." In Parallels between Celtic and Slavic. Proceedings of the First International Colloquium of Societas Celto-Slavica held at Coleraine 19–21 June 2005, ed. Séamus Mac Mathúna and Maxim Fomin. Studia Celto-Slavica 1. Coleraine, 2006.
  • Meek, Donald E. "'Beachdan Ura à Inbhir Nis / New opinions from Inverness.' Alexander MacBain (1855-1907) and the foundation of Celtic studies in Scotland." Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 131 (2001). pp. 23–39. ISSN 00811564.
  • Ó Lúing, Seán. Celtic studies in Europe and other essays. Dublin: Geography Publications, 2000.
  • Schneiders, Marc and Kees Veelenturf. Celtic studies in the Netherlands: a bibliography. Dublin: DIAS, 1992.
  • Sims-Williams, Patrick. "Celtomania and Celtoscepticism." Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 36 (1998): pp. 1–35.
  • Wiley, Dan. "Celtic studies, early history of the field." In Celtic Culture. A Historical Encyclopaedia, ed. J.T. Koch. Santa Barbara et al., 2006.

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