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Alumni Travel Reading 2018-2019: Celtic Lands

Books on the Celtic Lands

Celtic Art

The Irish Countryside

Herding sheep in Ireland, photograph by Stacy.  Obtained on flickr via Creative Commons.

Patterns in Celtic Art

Welcome to the Celtic Lands Travel Guide

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Isles, Scotland. Image courtesy of The World Affairs Council Philadelphia.



Selected and Annotated By:

Rebecca Stuhr
Coordinator for Humanities Collections
Librarian for History and Classical Studies
stuhrreb @

Revised and Edited By:

Kelsey LeClair
Administrative Assistant
kleclair @
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Bonnie Scotland

Bonnie Scotland by Macrieff, paintings by Palmer from Hathitrust

Bonnie Scotland; painted by Sutton Palmer; described by A. R. Hope Moncrieff.
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Clip of traditional Irish music at Brogan's Bar in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland.  Courtesy of Shooter McNally on YouTube.

Poetry and Prose

More Books on Celtic Lands

Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye, photograph by B. & T.  Obtained with Creative Commons license on flickr.

Blaven, Isle of Skye.  Photograph by asnds.  Obtained with Creative Commons license on flickr.


Glasgow University, photograph by <p&p> photo.  Obtained with Creative Commons license on flickr.