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  • language terms (Scottish Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Cornish, etc.)
  • publication type terms (bibliography, festschriften)
  • genre terms (tales, folk music, legends, storytelling)
  • geographic terms (Ireland, Brittany, Galicia, Wales, etc.)
  • folklore, mythology, philology, hagiography


Ramona Islam, the library liaison to Celtic Languages and Literatures, is available to support researchers via email or in-person consultation.

The Celtic Languages and Literatures research guide may provide a helpful overview if used in conjunction with HOLLIS+.


ABELL (Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature) aims to list all scholarly articles, books and reviews concerning English language and literature and related topics published anywhere in the world, in any language, from 1920 to the present.

CSANA Bibliography indexes a broad range of publications, including books, periodicals, Festschriften, proceedings and other works relevant to the study of Celtic languages and literatures.

MLA Bibliography Produced by the Modern Language Association, the bibliography consists of records pertaining to literature, language, linguistics, and folklore back to 1926.

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