- Éigse: A Journal of Irish Studies is devoted to the cultivation of
a wide range of research in the field of Irish language and literature.
Many hitherto unpublished
texts in prose and verse ranging from Old Irish down to the modern
and including items from oral narration have appeared in its pages.
also regularly includes important contributions
on grammar, lexicography, palaeography, metrics, and the history of the
Irish language, as well as on a wide variety of Irish literary topics.
There is special emphasis on all aspects of the study of the language
and literature of Modern Irish.
- Textual studies are complemented by broader, contextual studies.
- Contributions, which may be in Irish or English, are particularly welcome from younger scholars and those working in newer and emerging research areas such as the interaction of manuscript and print, the revival period, and sociolinguistics.
- A portion of each volume is devoted to scholarly Book Reviews and it aims to provide objective and measured reviews of all major publications in the field of Irish language and literature studies, situating the new works in the current state of their discipline.