Bibliography

Uáitéar
Mac Gearailt
s. xx / s. xxi

17 publications between 1989 and 2018 indexed
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Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, On the date of the Middle Irish recension II: Táin bó Cúailnge, E. C. Quiggin Memorial Lectures 11, Cambridge: Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, University of Cambridge, 2010.


Contributions to journals

Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Middle Irish archaisms in Early Modern Irish prose”, Studia Hibernica 38 (2012): 57–116.
Uáitéar Mac Gearailt, “[Review of: Pádraig Ó Riain, Lebor gabála Érenn: The book of the taking of Ireland: Index of names, vol. 6 (2009)]”, in: Studia Hibernica 36 (2009–2010): 219.
Uáitéar Mac Gearailt, “[Review of: Diarmuid Ó Murchadha, Lige Guill: The grave of Goll. A Fenian poem from the Book of Leinster (2009)]”, in: Studia Hibernica 36 (2009–2010): 219–223.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “The Middle Irish homily Scéla laí brátha”, Apocrypha: International Journal of Apocryphal Literatures 20 (2009): 83–114.  
abstract:
Scéla laí brátha (“Tidings of the day of judgement”) is a Middle Irish homily on the day of judgement. It relates how the righteous will be welcomed to heaven and sinners will be banished to hell. It attributes these “tidings” to Jesus Christ, who uttered them shortly before His passion (Iss e ro ráid na scéla sa gair bic ríana chésad, LU 2309), and quotes from the gospel of Matthew, who wrote them down as he heard them from the lips of his master (iss é ro scrib 7 ro lesaig na scela so lathi bratha. mar rochúala a bélaib a mágistrech, LU 2315). Matth. 25:32-45 ff. is cited almost verbatim in the opening section, but thereafter the Irish homilist launches into descriptions of the fourfold division of souls on the day of judgement, the torments of hell, and the rewards of heaven.
abstract:
Scéla laí brátha (“Tidings of the day of judgement”) is a Middle Irish homily on the day of judgement. It relates how the righteous will be welcomed to heaven and sinners will be banished to hell. It attributes these “tidings” to Jesus Christ, who uttered them shortly before His passion (Iss e ro ráid na scéla sa gair bic ríana chésad, LU 2309), and quotes from the gospel of Matthew, who wrote them down as he heard them from the lips of his master (iss é ro scrib 7 ro lesaig na scela so lathi bratha. mar rochúala a bélaib a mágistrech, LU 2315). Matth. 25:32-45 ff. is cited almost verbatim in the opening section, but thereafter the Irish homilist launches into descriptions of the fourfold division of souls on the day of judgement, the torments of hell, and the rewards of heaven.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Togail Troí: an example of translating and editing in medieval Ireland”, Studia Hibernica 31 (2000–2001): 71–85.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Infixed and independent pronouns in the LL text of Táin Bó Cúailgne”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 49–50 (1997): 494–515.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Verbal particles and preverbs in late Middle Irish”, Ériu 47 (1996): 153–184.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Cath Ruis na Ríg and twelfth-century literary and oral tradition”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 44 (1991): 128–153.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Zum Irischen des 12. Jahrhunderts”, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 43 (1989): 11–52.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Translations of Latin works in the Book of Ballymote”, in: Ó hUiginn, Ruairí (ed.), Book of Ballymote, Codices Hibernenses Eximii 2, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2018. 101–154.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Issues in the transmission of Middle and Early Modern Irish translation prose. Togail Troí and Scéla Alaxandair”, in: Harlos, Axel, and Neele Harlos (eds), Adapting texts and styles in a Celtic context: interdisciplinary perspectives on processes of literary transfer in the middle ages: studies in honour of Erich Poppe, Studien und Texte zur Keltologie 13, Münster: Nodus Publikationen, 2016. 103–134.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Die Sprache der mittelirischen Dichtung als Grundlage für die Chronologie der mittelirischen Literatur”, in: Stüber, Karin, Thomas Zehnder, and Dieter Bachmann (eds), Akten des 5. Deutschsprachigen Keltologensymposiums, Zürich, 7. - 10. September 2009, Keltische Forschungen. Allgemeine Buchreihe 1, Vienna: Praesens, 2010. 189–214.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Leaganacha de Cath Ruis na Ríg: an deilbhíocht idir 1100-1650”, in: Breatnach, Pádraig A., Caoimhín Breatnach, and Meidhbhín Ní Úrdail (eds), Léann lámhscríbhinní lobháin: The Louvain manuscript heritage, Éigse Publications 1, Dublin: National University of Ireland, 2007. 168–197.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Zur literarischen Sprache des 11. Jahrhunderts”, in: Zimmer, Stefan, Rolf Ködderitzsch, and Arndt Wigger (eds.), Akten des zweiten deutschen Keltologen-Symposiums (Bonn, 2.–4. April 1997), Buchreihe der Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 17, Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1999. 105–121.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “The relationship of Recensions II and III of the Táin”, in: Mallory, James P., and Gerard Stockman (eds.), Ulidia: proceedings of the First International Conference on the Ulster Cycle of Tales, Belfast and Emain Macha, 8–12 April 1994, Belfast: December, 1994. 55–70.
Mac Gearailt, Uáitéar, “Über den Wechsel des narrativen Stils in den Táin-Varianten”, in: Tristram, Hildegard L. C. [ed.], Studien zur Táin bó Cúailnge, ScriptOralia 52, Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 1993. 60–99.