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Celtic studies (Q5)

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HESA Subject Description CUG Subject
Celtic studies (Q500) The study of Celtic culture and its literature using the techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Involves language study and/or comparison between languages. Celtic Studies
Ancient Celtic studies (Q510) The study of ancient Celtic culture and its literature using the techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Involves language study and/or comparison between languages. Celtic Studies
Modern Celtic studies (Q520) The study of modern Celtic culture and its literature using the techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Involves language study and/or comparison between languages. Celtic Studies
Goidelic group of languages (Q521) The study of the northern group of Celtic languages, consisting of Scottish and Irish Gaelic and Manx. Involves study and comparison of literature and languages. May also be called Goidelic or Gadhelic. Celtic Studies
Brythonic group of languages (Q522) The study of the southern group of Celtic languages, consisting of Welsh, Cornish and Breton. Involves study and comparison of literature and languages. May also be called Brittonic. Celtic Studies
Scottish Gaelic (Q530) The study of the history, grammar and use of Scottish Gaelic. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Scottish Gaelic literature (Q531) The study of literature originally written in Scottish Gaelic. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Irish Gaelic (Q540) The study of the history, grammar and use of Irish Gaelic. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Irish Gaelic literature (Q541) The study of literature originally written in Irish Gaelic. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Manx (Q550) The study of the history, grammar and use of Manx. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Manx literature (Q551) The study of literature originally written in Manx. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Welsh (Q560) The study of the history, grammar and use of Welsh. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Welsh literature (Q561) The study of literature originally written in Welsh. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Cornish (Q570) The study of the history, grammar and use of Cornish. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Cornish literature (Q571) The study of literature originally written in Cornish. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Breton (Q580) The study of the history, grammar and use of the language of Brittany. Includes acquisition, pronunciation and articulation. Celtic Studies
Breton literature (Q581) The study of literature originally written in Breton. Includes the use of techniques of literary analysis and interpretation. Celtic Studies
Celtic studies not elsewhere classified (Q590) Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Celtic studies categories. To be used sparingly. Celtic Studies