Publications
The volumes listed below can be ordered at the stated prices, a pro forma invoice outlining post and packaging costs and the desired payment methods can be supplied on request at the individual web-links provided. Suitable pieces of research should be submitted (preferably by regular post rather than electronically) for evaluation with a view to publication to: Prof. David Stifter Maynooth University Department of Early Irish Maynooth County Kildare Ireland

Available Books

Progress in Medieval Irish Studies ed. Kim McCone and Katharine Simms. (1996, 275 pp. paperback, €11, ISBN 0 901519 35 9).

Maynooth Monographs, Series Minor (ISSN 1393 368X)

3. Romanticism, Nationalism and Irish Antiquarian Societies 1840-80 by Damien Murray (2000, 145 pp. paperback, €13.20, ISBN 0 901519 73 1).

Maynooth Studies in Celtic Linguistics (ISSN 1393 3393)

2. Studies in the History of Celtic Pronouns and Particles by Peter Schrijver (1997, 199pp. paperback, €22, ISBN 0 901519 59 6). 3. The Historical Morphology of n-Stems in Celtic by Karin Stüber (1998, 238 pp. paperback, €22, ISBN 0 901519 54 5). 4. The Historical Morphology of the Welsh Verbal Noun by Stefan Schumacher (2000, 288 pp. paperback, €22, ISBN 0 901519 68 5). 5. Modality and Grammar: A History of the Irish Subjunctive by Peter McQuillan (2002, 308 pp. paperback, €22, ISBN 0 901519 92 8).

Maynooth Medieval Irish Texts (ISSN 1393-970X)

2. Fled Bricrenn ocus Loinges mac nDuíl Dermait and its Place in the Irish Literary and Oral Narrative Traditions: A Critical Edition with Introduction, Translation, Notes, Bibliography and Vocabulary by Kaarina Hollo (2005, 149 pp. paperback, €16.50, ISBN 0 901519 31 6). 4. Talland Étair: A Critical Edition with Introduction, Translation, Notes, Bibliography and Vocabulary by Caoimhín Ó Domhnaill (2005, 190 pp. paperback, €22, ISBN 0 901519 41 3). 5. Compert Mongáin and Three Other Early Mongán Tales: A Critical Edition with Introduction, Translation, Textual Notes, Bibliography and Vocabulary by Nora White (2006; 227 pp., €22, ISBN 0 901519 66 9). 6. The Death of Cú Chulainn: A Critical Edition of the Earliest Version of Brislech Mór Maige Muirthemni with Introduction, Translation, Notes, Bibliography and Vocabulary by Bettina Kimpton (2009, 120pp.,€11, ISBN 13 9780901519474).