Bibliography

James P. (James Patrick)
Carney
b. 1914–d. 1989

39 publications between 1940 and 2005 indexed
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Carney, James P. [tr.], Medieval Irish lyrics, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.  
comments: Edition, with introduction, English translation and notes, of a selection of Irish and Hiberno-Latin poems.
comments: Edition, with introduction, English translation and notes, of a selection of Irish and Hiberno-Latin poems.
Carney, James P. [ed.], Early Irish poetry, Thomas Davis Lectures, Cork: Mercier, 1965.
Carney, James P. [ed.], The poems of Blathmac, son of Cú Brettan: together with the Irish Gospel of Thomas and a poem on the Virgin Mary, Irish Texts Society, 47, London: Irish Texts Society, 1964.
Carney, James P., The problem of St. Patrick, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1961.
Carney, James P., A genealogical history of the O'Reillys: written in the eighteenth century by Eóghan Ó Raghallaigh and incorporating portion of the earlier work of Dr. Thomas Fitzsimons, vicar-general of the Diocese of Kilmore, Cavan: An Cumann Sheanchais Bhréifne, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1959.
Carney, James P., Studies in Irish literature and history, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1955.
Carney, James P., Poems on the O’Reillys, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1950.  
Poems on the O’Reillys written between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries.
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Poems on the O’Reillys written between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Carney, James P., Poems on the Butlers of Ormond, Cahir, and Dunboyne (A.D. 1400–1650), Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1945. xviii + 179 pp.  

Poems edited: 1. Torna mac Maoílín. To Richard, Visc. Mountgarrett: Fada re a choimhéad clú Roisdeard (pp. 1–8) -- 2. To Piers, Earl of Ormond: Mó sa chách clú Buitlérach (pp. 8–11) -- 3. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Do bheannuigh Día dún meic Píaruis (pp. 12–13) -- 4. Eóghan mac Donnchaidh Mhéig Craith. Elegy on Margaret Butler: Ní heasbhaidh acht crádh croidhe (pp. 13–19) -- 5. Áit mo roinn gan rann oile (p. 19) -- 6. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Triall gach éinfhir gu cúirt tTeabóid (pp. 20-30) -- 7. To Richard, Earl of Clanrickard: Foraois airdríogh iath Connacht (pp. 30–40) -- 8. Giolla Íosa Ó Dálaigh. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Damh féin choiglim an Chathuir (pp. 40–49) -- 9. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Rath fá chroidhe chumas Dia (pp. 49–55) -- 10. Giolla Brighde Mac Bruaideadha. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Cia re a n-éagónainn m’easbhaidh? (pp. 55–56) -- 11. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Cuirfead meise altram cloinne (pp. 56–58) -- 12. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Edmund, Lord Dunboyne. Soirbh bhur ttoisg, a thriath Siúire (pp. 59–60) -- 13. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Ellen Fitzgerald: Ad-chiú néall neamhdha ós an raon (pp. 60–64) -- 14. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Edmund, Lord Dunboyne: Ochán t’othrus, a Éamoinn (pp. 64–66) -- 15. Flann mac Eóghain Meic Craith. Caithréim of Thomas, Earl of Ormond. Eolach mé ar mheirge an iarla (pp. 67–73) -- 16. To Thomas, Earl of Ormond: Taghaim Tómás ragha is róghrádh (pp. 74–81) -- 17. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Pilib, son of Aodh Conallach: Mó ioná iarla ainm Séamais (pp. 89–91) -- 18. To Edmund, Lord of Dunboyne: Cúich do leandán, a Lámh Óir (pp. 88–93) -- 19. To Edmund, Viscount Mountgarrett: Fuaras nóchar uaibhreach óigmhear (pp. 94–100).

Poems edited: 1. Torna mac Maoílín. To Richard, Visc. Mountgarrett: Fada re a choimhéad clú Roisdeard (pp. 1–8) -- 2. To Piers, Earl of Ormond: Mó sa chách clú Buitlérach (pp. 8–11) -- 3. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Do bheannuigh Día dún meic Píaruis (pp. 12–13) -- 4. Eóghan mac Donnchaidh Mhéig Craith. Elegy on Margaret Butler: Ní heasbhaidh acht crádh croidhe (pp. 13–19) -- 5. Áit mo roinn gan rann oile (p. 19) -- 6. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Triall gach éinfhir gu cúirt tTeabóid (pp. 20-30) -- 7. To Richard, Earl of Clanrickard: Foraois airdríogh iath Connacht (pp. 30–40) -- 8. Giolla Íosa Ó Dálaigh. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Damh féin choiglim an Chathuir (pp. 40–49) -- 9. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Rath fá chroidhe chumas Dia (pp. 49–55) -- 10. Giolla Brighde Mac Bruaideadha. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Cia re a n-éagónainn m’easbhaidh? (pp. 55–56) -- 11. To Theobald, Lord Caher: Cuirfead meise altram cloinne (pp. 56–58) -- 12. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Edmund, Lord Dunboyne. Soirbh bhur ttoisg, a thriath Siúire (pp. 59–60) -- 13. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Ellen Fitzgerald: Ad-chiú néall neamhdha ós an raon (pp. 60–64) -- 14. Eóin Ó Con Muighe. To Edmund, Lord Dunboyne: Ochán t’othrus, a Éamoinn (pp. 64–66) -- 15. Flann mac Eóghain Meic Craith. Caithréim of Thomas, Earl of Ormond. Eolach mé ar mheirge an iarla (pp. 67–73) -- 16. To Thomas, Earl of Ormond: Taghaim Tómás ragha is róghrádh (pp. 74–81) -- 17. Domhnall Mac an Bhaird. To Pilib, son of Aodh Conallach: Mó ioná iarla ainm Séamais (pp. 89–91) -- 18. To Edmund, Lord of Dunboyne: Cúich do leandán, a Lámh Óir (pp. 88–93) -- 19. To Edmund, Viscount Mountgarrett: Fuaras nóchar uaibhreach óigmhear (pp. 94–100).

Carney, James P. [Séamus Ó Ceithearnaigh], Regimen na sláinte: Regimen sanitatis Magnini Mediolanensis, 3 vols, Leabhair ó Láimhsgríbhnibh, 9, 11, 13, Dublin: Stationery Office, 1942–1944.

Works edited

Carney, James P., and David Greene (eds), Celtic studies: essays in memory of Angus Matheson 1912–1962, London: Routledge, 1968.

Contributions to journals

Carney, James P., “The dating of early Irish verse texts, 500–1100”, Éigse 19 (1982–1983): 177–216.
Carney, James P., “A maccucáin, sruith in tíag”, Celtica 15 (1983): 25–41.
Carney, James P., “The invention of the Ogom cipher”, Ériu 26 (1975): 53–65.
Bieler, Ludwig, and James P. Carney, “The Lambeth commentary”, Ériu 23 (1972): 1–55.
Carney, James P., “The Ó Cianáin miscellany”, Ériu 21 (1969): 122–147.
Carney, James P., “The deeper level of Irish literature”, The Capuchin Annual 36 (1969): 160–171.
James P. Carney, “[Review of: Carl Selmer, Navigatio sancti Brendani abbatis from early Latin manuscripts (1959)]”, in: Medium Ævum 32 (1963): 37–44.
Carney, James P., and Maura Carney, “A collection of Irish charms”, Saga och Sed (1960, 1961): 144−152.
Carney, James P., “Two Old Irish poems”, Ériu 18 (1958): 1–43.  
comments: Edition and translation of two poems from Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 50:
  1. ‘Imbu macan coig bliadhna’ (pp. 10-26), Irish version of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas (apocryphal text)
  2. ‘Mairi mathair, an maic bic’ (pp. 26-29), poem on the Virgin Mary.
comments: Edition and translation of two poems from Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 50:
  1. ‘Imbu macan coig bliadhna’ (pp. 10-26), Irish version of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas (apocryphal text)
  2. ‘Mairi mathair, an maic bic’ (pp. 26-29), poem on the Virgin Mary.
Carney, James P., “Carn Fraoich soitheach na saorchlann”, Celtica 2:1 (1952, 1954): 154–194.
Carney, James P., “De scriptoribus hibernicis”, Celtica 1:1 (1946, 1950): 86–110.
Carney, James P., “A tract on the O’Rourkes”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 238–279.
Carney, James P., “‘Thomas Costello and O’Rourke’s wife’”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 280–284.
Carney, James P., “Miscellanea: [1] rinde, [2] A sentence in Táin bó Fraích, [3] ‘In praise of Loch Erne’”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 299–302.
Carney, James P., “A Chrínóc, cubaid do cheól”, Éigse 4:4 (1943/44, 1945): 280–283.
Carney, James P., “A miscellany of Irish verse”, Éigse 1 (1939–1940): 239–248.
Carney, James P. [ed. and tr.], “Nia son of Lugna Fer Trí”, Éigse 2 (1940): 187–197.
Carney, James P., “A poem in bérla na bfiled”, Éigse 1 (1939–1940): 85–89.
Carney, James P., “M’aenarán dam isa sliab”, Éigse 2 (1940): 107–113.
Carney, James P., “The tomb is our last bed”, Éigse 1 (1939–1940): 195.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Carney, James P., “Language and literature to 1169”, in: Dáibhí Ó Cróinín (ed.), A new history of Ireland, vol. 1: Prehistoric and early Ireland, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. 451–510.
Carney, James P., “The dating of archaic Irish verse”, in: Stephen N. Tranter, and Hildegard L. C. Tristram (eds), Early Irish literature — media and communication / Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit in der frühen irischen Literatur, 10, Tübingen: Narr, 1989. 39–55.
Carney, James P., “Literature in Irish, 1169–1534”, in: Art Cosgrove (ed.), A new history of Ireland, vol. 2: Medieval Ireland, 1169–1534, Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, Clarendon Press, 1987. 688–707.  
abstract:
This chapter discusses the following: reaction to the Anglo-Norman invasion; emergence of Early Modern Irish; the fourteenth-century revival; the ‘great books’; paper and printing; bardic verse; love poetry: the theory of French influence; Gearóid Iarla and Maghnus Ó Domhnaill; new versions of older tales; development of a ballad tradition; the ‘romantic tale’; literature from Connacht; and translations into Early Modern lrish of religious literature, medical and scientific literature, and entertainment and information.
(source: Oxford Scholarship Online)
abstract:
This chapter discusses the following: reaction to the Anglo-Norman invasion; emergence of Early Modern Irish; the fourteenth-century revival; the ‘great books’; paper and printing; bardic verse; love poetry: the theory of French influence; Gearóid Iarla and Maghnus Ó Domhnaill; new versions of older tales; development of a ballad tradition; the ‘romantic tale’; literature from Connacht; and translations into Early Modern lrish of religious literature, medical and scientific literature, and entertainment and information.
(source: Oxford Scholarship Online)
Carney, James P., “The history of early Irish literature: the state of research”, in: Gearóid Mac Eoin, Anders Ahlqvist, and Donncha Ó hAodha (eds), Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Celtic Studies, held in University College, Galway, 6–13 July, 1979, 6, Dublin, 1983. 113–130.
Carney, James P., “The earliest Bran material”, in: John J. OʼMeara, and Bernd Naumann (eds), Latin script and letters A.D. 400–900: Festschrift presented to Ludwig Bieler on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1976. 174–193.
Carney, James P., “Two poems from Acallam na senórach”, in: James P. Carney, and David Greene (eds), Celtic studies: essays in memory of Angus Matheson 1912–1962, London: Routledge, 1968. 22–32.
Carney, James P., “Sedulius Scottus”, in: Robert E. McNally (ed.), Old Ireland, Dublin: Gill, 1965. 228–250.
Carney, James P., “Old Ireland and her poetry”, in: Robert E. McNally (ed.), Old Ireland, Dublin: Gill, 1965. 147–172.

As honouree

Celtica 23 — Essays in honour of James Patrick Carney (1999), Dublin: School of Celtic Studies, DIAS.
Ó Corráin, Donnchadh, Liam Breatnach, and Kim R. McCone (eds), Sages, saints and storytellers: Celtic studies in honour of Professor James Carney, Maynooth Monographs, 2, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1989.

As honouree

Celtica 23 — Essays in honour of James Patrick Carney (1999), Dublin: School of Celtic Studies, DIAS..
Ó Corráin, Donnchadh, Liam Breatnach, and Kim R. McCone (eds), Sages, saints and storytellers: Celtic studies in honour of Professor James Carney, Maynooth Monographs, 2, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1989..

About the author

Bramsbäck, Birgit, “James Carney’s connections with Uppsala University”, Celtica 23 (1999): 1–2..
McCaughey, Terence, “James Patrick Carney”, Celtica 23 (1999): 188–192..
Baumgarten, Rolf, “James Carney: a bibliography”, in: Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Liam Breatnach, and Kim R. McCone (eds), Sages, saints and storytellers: Celtic studies in honour of Professor James Carney, 2, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1989. 463–472..