Mabinogi Bibliography

In the Mabinogi Bibliography YOU CAN  … SEARCH for an author, title, date etc. … click open Notes to see extra info … Copy/ Paste an entry to reference it. If you SEARCH and get a list you like – copy all of it! More  Category searches on the way, as well as Timeline view by year of publication (work in progress Feb 2015).

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Sayers, W., 2012. Netherworld and Otherworld in early Irish literature, in: ZCP. pp. 201 -230
Schafer, Roland, Schaefer, Roland (alt.), 2012 Oct 31. Middle Welsh - glossary page, View Webpage » View notes »
Schafer, Roland, Schaefer, Roland (alt.), 2012 Oct 31. A Grammatical Sketch of Middle Welsh (based on Evans’ Grammar of Middle Welsh), View Webpage » View notes »
, , 6/07/2017. Symposiwm: Pedair Cainc y Mabinogi, View Webpage » View notes »
School of Welsh, Cardiff, 2013. Rhyddiaith (Wordlist), View Webpage » View notes »
Schutz, Andrea K., 1995. Theriomorphic shape-shifting: An experimental reading of identity and metamorphosis in selected medieval British texts, View notes »
Scowcroft, Richard Mark, 1982. The Hand and the Child: Studies of Celtic Tradition in European Literature. (2 vols), View notes »
, , 1992. Celtic Myth as perceived in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Literature in English,
Sessle Erica J., , 1994. Exploring the Limitations of the Sovereignty Goddess through the Role of Rhiannon, . pp. 9-13 View notes »
, , 2011. A Printing History of Everyman's Library 1906-1982, . Authorhuose View notes »
Shack, Joseph, 2016. Otherworld and Norman ‘Other’: Annwfn and its colonial implications in the First Branch, in: Proc. Harvard Celtic Colloquium. pp. 172-186
Shack, Joseph, 2014. Postcolonial resonances embedded in the Mabinogi's presentation of Otherworld,
Morgain, Shan, 2012; online Oct. 2013. The Mabinogi Bibliography, View Webpage » View notes »
Sharron Kraus, , 2015. Branwen, View Webpage » View notes »
Sharron Kraus, , 2015. Blodeuedd, View Webpage » View notes »
Sheehan, Sarah, 2009. Matrilineal Subjects: Ambiguity, Bodies, and Metamorphosis in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi, in: Signs. pp. 319-342
Sheehan, Sarah., 2005. Giants, Boar-Hunts, and Barbering: Masculinity in Culhwch ac Olwen, in: Arthuriana. pp. 3-25
Sheers, Owen, 2014. White Ravens, . Seren Books View Webpage » View notes »
Siddons, Michael., Koch, John T., 2006. Genealogies - Welsh, . pp. 800-802. ABC Clio. View notes »
Siewers, Alfred K., 2001. Stories of the land: Nature and religion in early British and Irish literary landscapes, View notes »
Siewers, Alfred K., 2005. Writing An Icon Of The Land: The mabinogi As Mystagogy Of Landscape, in: Peritia. pp. 193-228 View Webpage » View notes »
Siewers, Alfred K., 2009. Strange Beauty: Ecocritical Approaches to Early Medieval Landscape, . Palgrave Macmillan View Webpage » View notes »
Simmons, Victoria, Koch, John T., 2006. Nativism, . pp. 1343 -44. ABC Clio. View notes »
Simmons, Victoria, Koch, John T., 2006. Sovereignty Myth, . pp. 1621 -23. ABC Clio. View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 1977 -78. Riddling Treatment of the 'Watchman Device' in 'Branwen' and 'Togail Bruidne Da Derga, in: Studia Celtica. pp. 78-111
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 2006. The Iron House in Ireland, . pp. 31ff. Cambridge University Press View Webpage » View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 1982. The Evidence for Vernacular Irish Literary Influence on Early Medieval Welsh Literature, . Cambridge University Press View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 1990. Some Celtic otherworld terms, . pp. 57–84. Ford & Bailie
Sims-Williams, Patrick, Maier, Bernhard and Zimmer, 2001. Clas Beuno and the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 111-127.. Max Niemeyer Verlag
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 2011. Irish Influence on Medieval Welsh Literature, . OUP View Webpage » View notes »
, , 1998. Celtomania and Celtoscepticism, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 1– 36 View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick, Nagy, Josef F., 2003. Person Switching in Celtic Panegyric: Figure or Fault?, . Four Courts Press View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick, 2005. Person Switching in Celtic Panegyric: Figure or Fault?, . Four Courts Press View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., . CELT: Sims Williams Links - journals, bibliogs, online texts etc, View Webpage »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., 1981. CMCS: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies (Journal), View Webpage » View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., . Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies (Journal), View Webpage » View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., Pryce, Huw., 2008. The uses of writing in early medieval Wales, . pp. 31ff. Cambridge University Press View Webpage » View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., 1991. The Submission of Irish Kings in Fact and Fiction: Henry II, Bendigeidfran, and the Dating of The Four Branches of the Mabinogi, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 31-61 View notes »
Sims-Williams, Patrick., 2011. The Submission of Irish Kings in Fact and Fiction: Henry II, Bendigeidfran, and the Dating of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, . pp. 208-229 View notes »
Sims, Harley Jerrod, 2009. Countries of the mind: Conceptualizing Imaginative Reality in "Beowulf" and other medieval narratives,
Skene, William F., 1868. The four ancient books of Wales, View notes »
Slotkin, Edgar M, 1989. The Fabula, Story and Text of Breuddwyd Rhonabwy, in: Cambridge Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 89–111
Smith, A S D., 1975. An Mabinogion yn Kernewek [Cornish], . Cornish Language Board
Smith, Clay Kinchen., 2011. We're Not in Cymru Anymore: What Is Really Happening in the Online Mabinogi, . pp. 182-194. McFarland.
Smith, Gregg. A., 2007. The function of the living dead in medieval Norse and Celtic literature: death and desire, . Em Texts View notes »
Smith, Robin Davidson, 1990. The tongue's worth : the use of language to preserve culture in Havelok the Dane and the Mabinogion,
, , 16 June 2016. Narberth’s Mabinogion Carnival Queen Rhiannon!, View Webpage » View notes »
Spangenberg, Lisa, c. 2006. What is the Mabinogion?, View Webpage » View notes »
Spangenberg, Lisa., . What Do I Need to Learn Medieval Welsh?, View Webpage »
Speace, Gillian M., 2008. The Mabinogi as Children’s Literature, View notes »
SSiW, , . Say Something in Welsh, View Webpage » View notes »
Stacey, Robin Chapman., 2005. Law and Literature in Medieval Ireland and Wales, . pp. 65-82
Stacey, Robin Chapman., 1996. The road to judgment: from custom to court in medieval Ireland and Wales,
Stacey, Robin Chapman., 2002. Divorce, Medieval Welsh Style, in: Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies. pp. 1107 - 1127 View Webpage »
Stephens, Meic, 1998. The New Companion to the Literature of Wales, . Univ. of Wales Press View notes »
Stephens, Chris, Spring term 2003. Tales of the mabinogion : teacher's notes, . BBC Wales Education Publications.
Stephens, Dylan, 2011-2012. Online Reference Books on: King Arthur, Celtic Saints, Roman Christianity and Roman History (Old texts online via Google), View Webpage » View notes »
Stephens, Thomas, 1849, repr 1876. The Literature of the Kymry: Being a critical essay .. language and literature of Wales during the twelfth and two succeeding centuries, . Longmans Green View Webpage » View notes »
Stephenson, David, 2014. Political power in medieval Gwynedd: governance and the Welsh princes, . Univ. of Wales Press
Stephenson, David., 2008. Welsh chronicles’ accounts of the mid-twelfth century, in: Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies. pp. 45—57

 

WHAT IS IN IT? The Mabinogi Bibliography is firstly about the Four Branches of the Mabinogi, but it also has a lot of entries for The Mabinogion.’ There are selected background resources (e.g. Welsh historical context, and Middle Welsh.) Then there are key items of fiction, theatre, arts, media, music. Lots of online resources.

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