Bibliography

Dan M. (Dan Michael)
Wiley
s. xx / s. xxi

7 publications between 2000 and 2011 indexed
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Works authored

Wiley, Dan M. [ed.], “An edition of Aided Diarmata meic Cerbaill from the Book of Uí Maine”, Cambridge, MA, unpublished PhD thesis: Harvard University, 2000.

Works edited

Wiley, Dan M. [ed.], Essays on the early Irish king tales, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008.

Contributions to journals

Wiley, Dan M., “Niall Frossach’s true judgement”, Ériu 55 (2005): 19–36.
Wiley, Dan M. [tr.], “Stories about Diarmait mac Cerbaill from the Book of Lismore”, Emania 19 (2002): 53–59.
Wiley, Dan M., “The maledictory psalms”, Peritia 15 (2001): 261–279.  
abstract:
The term sailm escaine (psalms of malediction) refers to a cursus of twenty psalms, chanted one per day for nearly three weeks as a way of consigning a malefactor to disgrace, short life, and eternal damnation. In form and intent, this imprecatory ritual is similar to the one prescribed for lawful satire in that it provides ample opportunity for the intended victim to agree to a settlement before the rite is brought to completion.
abstract:
The term sailm escaine (psalms of malediction) refers to a cursus of twenty psalms, chanted one per day for nearly three weeks as a way of consigning a malefactor to disgrace, short life, and eternal damnation. In form and intent, this imprecatory ritual is similar to the one prescribed for lawful satire in that it provides ample opportunity for the intended victim to agree to a settlement before the rite is brought to completion.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Wiley, Dan M., “The politics of myth in Airne Fingein”, in: Eska, Joseph F. [ed.], Narrative in Celtic tradition: essays in honor of Edgar M. Slotkin, CSANA Yearbook 8, 9, New York: Colgate University Press, 2011. 276–288.
Wiley, Dan M., “An introduction to the early Irish king tales”, in: Wiley, Dan M. [ed.], Essays on the early Irish king tales, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 13–67.