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Ériu (journal)

Ériu  
ISO 4) Ériu
Discipline Irish studies, Celtic studies
Language English, Irish
Edited by Liam Breatnach, Damian MacManus
Publication details
Publisher Royal Irish Academy (Ireland)
Publication history 1904 to present
Frequency Annually
Indexing
ISSN LCCN 05035766
OCLC number 728293147
Links
  • Journal homepage

Ériu is an academic journal of Irish language studies. It was established in 1904 as the journal of the School of Irish Learning in Dublin.[1] When the school was incorporated into the Royal Irish Academy in 1926, the academy continued publication of the journal, in the same format and with the same title.[1] Originally, the journal was published in two parts annually, together making a volume, but parts slipped further apart after Volume III.[1] Articles are written in either Irish or English.

Editors

The editors-in-chief are Liam Breatnach (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) and Damian MacManus (University of Dublin, Trinity College).

References

External links

  • vols. 1-46
  • Internet Archive
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