Engaging with Irish Vernacular Worldview: Narrative and ritual expression of native cultural tradition
The book comprises an ensemble of articles and essays offering its readers engagement from an ethnological perspective with significant facets of the domain of Irish Studies. It attempts, both in its organisation and intellectual orientation to be a contribution to the instruction and formation of a variety of readerships. Undergraduate students of the various Irish Studies disciplines, especially Folklore and Ethnology; graduate research students in the disciplines of Irish Studies; a general readership of people with an interest in Ireland; graduate and research students of Irish literature, culture, society and history apart from specialists in Folklore and Anthropology. Without requiring any competence in Irish language, it nevertheless encompasses materials giving insight and some access to the centrality of the Irish language and Irish language materials in vernacular native tradition and heritage.
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- Cork University Press
- Folklore, myths & legends