Scottish Gaelic Language Books
- Add to BasketNa Nuadh Bhàtaichean - - Paperback
MacBrayne's ships have served Scotland's islands and waterways for decades. This history covers the period from 1928-1960 and has a foreword by Professor Donald Meek.
- Add to BasketCanan & Cultar: Rannsachadh Na Gaidhlig 3 - Paperback
This volume features proceedings from the third Rannsachadh na Gaidhlig conference, held in Edinburgh, in July 2004. It includes papers on Scottish Gaelic history, language, literature and culture from early Christian times. In addition to Scotland, there is material relating to Ireland, England, and Canada.
- Add to BasketRevitalising Gaelic In Scotland: Policy, Planning And Public Discourse - Paperback
This volume presents an interdisciplinary collection of essays, reviewing the state of Gaelic in contemporary Scotland, covering sociolinguistics and language policy, questions of identity and community and educational, media, cultural, and development issues. Contributions in Gaelic also have detailed English language synopses.
- Add to BasketCas-Cheum An Leòdhas - - Paperback
Robert Adam, the renowned Scottish photographer of the high tops, visited Lewis in 1938 and his images of the island are collected in this book.
- Add to BasketMuir Is Tìr - - Paperback
A book by the late George Macleod of Bernera, Lewis, of nautical terms, weather forecasts, sea and fishing lore and more. Illustrated.
- Add to BasketRis A' Bhruthaich: Criticism And Prose Writings - - Paperback
This book contains over 40 years of criticism, the changes and development in Gaelic scholarship during that period bringing fresh perceptions and interpretations. The essays vary in subject matter, from the folk songs of the 17th century to the parallels between the instigators of the Clearances and the fascists of Germany.
- Add to BasketGaelic Medium Education - Paperback
There is rapid growth in Gaelic medium education in Scotland, particularly in the primary school sector. The contributors to this survey provide the background to this development, by placing Gaelic medium education, GME, in its historical context, and give an up-to-date account of how GME is managed.
- Add to BasketTobraichean Slàinte Anns Na H-Eileanan An Iar - - Paperback
The Western Isles contain many healing wells. Map references are included to aid location of these sites along with information to encourage walks and pilgrimages.
- Add to BasketAn Cearcall Agus Sgeulachdan Eile - - Paperback
This series of Gaelic essays by Torcuil MacRath covers both historical and cultural matters.
- Add to BasketBlasad Gàidhlig - - Cassette Tape
This tape of Gaelic tuition for beginners, with transcription booklet offers essential words and phrases. Words are pronounced slowly by a native speaker, with a pause of equal length for repetition by the learner, then spoken in normal conversation with equal pauses and English translations.
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