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Dr. Eoin Mac Cárthaigh

Associate Professor (Irish)
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Cosán corrach Eleanor Knott MRIA (1886-1975) / Eleanor Knott MRIA (1886-1975): "And there were other barriers" in, editor(s)Ute Frevert, Ernst Osterkamp, Günter Stock , Women in European Academies: From Patronae Scientiarum to Path-Breakers, Berlin/Boston, De Gruyter, 2021, pp239 - 266, [Eoin Mac Cárthaigh], Notes: [Discourses on Intellectual Europe iml./vol. 3. Caibidil i nGaeilge le haistriúchán Béarla / Chapter in Irish with English translation by author.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  DOI
Lámhscríbhinní Stonyhurst ar a gcamchuairt in, editor(s)Radvan Markus, Máirín Nic Eoin, Deirdre Nic Mhathúna, Éadaoin Ní Mhuircheartaigh, Brian Ó Conchubhair, Pádraig Ó Liatháin , Ar an imeall i lár an domhain: ag trasnú tairseacha staire, teanga, litríochta agus cultúir, Indreabhán, Co. na Gaillimhe, Leabhar Breac, 2021, pp84 - 97, [Eoin Mac Cárthaigh], Notes: [Iniúchadh ar stair na dtrí lámhscríbhinn in A II 20 i gColáiste Stonyhurst, Lancashire, Sasana. / A study of the provenance of the three Irish manuscripts in Stonyhurst College A II 20.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Alasdair mac Colla anns a' Ghaeilge, Cànan & Cultar / Language & culture. Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 10, Dùn Èideann / Edinburgh, August 2018, edited by Wilson McLeod, Anja Gunderloch, Rob Dunbar , Aberdeen University Press, 2021, pp47 - 58, Notes: [An investigation of the few Irish language sources for the life and legacy of Alasdair MacDhòmhnaill / Alasdair mac Colla Chiotaich / Alexander Macdonald (died 1647). The commentary is in Scottish Gaelic.], Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Varia II: Éanainmneacha agus éanseanchas i bhfilíocht na scol, Ériu, 71, 2021, p155 - 159, Notes: [Éanainmneacha agus éanseanchas (Birdnames and birdlore in Irish bardic poetry): ainneal (swallow), corr ghrian (crane), gioghra (barnacle goose), guaiseabhac (goshawk), traghna (corncrake)], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Gofraidh Óg Mac an Bhaird cecinit: 6. Cia ler múineadh Maol Muire?, Ériu, 71, 2021, p117 - 148, Notes: [This is the sixth in a series of editions of the poems of Gofraidh Óg (son of Gofraidh son of rian) Mac an Bhaird, who flourished in the 1640s and 1650s. It is in praise of Maol Muire son of Toirdhealbhach Mac Suibhne and, in supplementary quatrains, of his wife, Gráinne daughter of Báitéar Mac Suibhne. The poet extols Maol Muire's military prowess by asking rhetorically who trained him, but also lauds him for his performance in peacetime and for his resilience. The poem is edited here from Stonyhurst College MS A II 20, with readings from Trinity College Dublin MS H 6. 7 (1411) and a full discussion of these and other extant MS witnesses.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Gofraidh Óg Mac an Bhaird cecinit: 5. Gabhla Fódla fuil Chonaill, Ériu, 70, 2020, p119 - 170, Notes: [This is the fifth in a series of editions of the poems of Gofraidh Óg (son of Gofraidh son of Brian) Mac an Bhaird, who flourished in the 1640s and 1650s. It is in praise of Doimnic (son of Aodh Buidhe son of Conn) Ó Domhnaill and of his wife, Brighid, daughter of Éamann son of Eóghan Ó Máille. An apologue on the recognition of Cormac mac Airt through his just judgements supports the poet's argument that Doimnic too is recognised as one worthy to rule. The poem is edited here from Stonyhurst College MS A II 20, with readings from Trinity College Dublin MS H 6. 7 (1411), British Library MS Egerton 112 and Royal Irish Academy MS 23 O 73 (1382), and with a full discussion of these and other extant MS witnesses.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Gofraidh Óg Mac an Bhaird cecinit: 4. Do toirneadh ceannas chlann gCuinn, Ériu, 69, 2019, p81 - 125, Notes: [This elegy on Seaán (son of Aodh Buidhe son of Conn) Ó Domhnaill is the fourth in a series of editions of the poems of Gofraidh Óg (son of Gofraidh son of Brian) Mac an Bhaird. The year of Seaán's death (perhaps 1655) is made uncertain by a textual difficulty, and neither the manner nor place of his demise is made clear. An apologue likens the loss felt by the Ó Domhnaill dynasty at Seaán's death to that felt by Oilill Ólom at the death of his son Eóghan. The poem is edited here from Stonyhurst College MS A II 20, with readings from Trinity College Dublin MS H 6. 7 (1411), British Library MS Egerton 112 and Royal Irish Academy MS 23 O 73 (1382), and with a full discussion of these and other extant MS witnesses.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI  URL
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Grammatica, Gramadach and Gramadeg: Vernacular Grammar and Grammarians in Medieval Ireland and Wales, Review of Grammatica, Gramadach and Gramadeg: Vernacular Grammar and Grammarians in Medieval Ireland and Wales, by Hayden, Deborah and Russell, Paul (eds) , Journal of Celtic Linguistics, 19, 2018, p275-278 , Review, PUBLISHED
IGT I: Téacs agus comhthéacs in, editor(s)G. Ó Riain , Dá dtrian feasa fiafraighidh, Dublin, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 2017, pp187 - 198, [Eoin Mac Cárthaigh], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Gofraidh Óg Mac an Bhaird cecinit: 3. As truagh cor chríche Banbha, Ériu, 67, 2017, p99 - 139, Notes: [This elegy on the death of Maghnas (son of Niall Garbh son of Conn) Ó Domhnaill is the third in a series of editions of the poems of Gofraidh Óg (son of Gofraidh son of Brian) Mac an Bhaird. Its centrepiece, an account of Maghnas's martial career from the early days of the 1641 war until his death in the Battle of Benburb in 1646, complements and counterbalances contemporary English-language sources. An edition from Stonyhurst College manuscript A II 20 is accompanied by an English translation and by an introduction and notes in Irish.], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
  

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Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, The O'Donnells at war in the 1640s and early 1650s, 2022, - 1-21, Notes: [Paimfléad/Pamphlet. Léacht Chuimhneacháin an Bhreathnaigh 7 / Paul Walsh Memorial Lecture 7.], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
The making of Tadhg Dall's editor in, editor(s)Pádraigín Riggs , Tadhg Dall Ó hUiginn: His historical and literary context, London, Irish Texts Society, 2010, pp22 - 37, [Eoin Mac Cárthaigh], Notes: [Volume 21, Irish Texts Society subsidiary series], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Eoin Mac Cárthaigh, Eleanor Knott, Léachtaí Cholm Cille, 35, 2005, p40 - 68, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Placing Cathal Ó Searcaigh in, editor(s)J. Doan and F. Sewell , On the side of light: Critical essays on the poetry of Cathal Ó Searcaigh, Galway, Arlen House, 2002, pp13 - 35, [Eoin Mac Cárthaigh], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED