Boston College

Department of Slavic & Eastern Languages

 

  M.J. Connolly


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I. Personalia

Michael J. Connolly   [Mícheál ó Coingheallaigh]
  eMail: cnnmj@bc.edu

Associate Professor and Chairman,
Department of Slavic & Eastern Languages
Boston College / Lyons Hall
Chestnut Hill MA 02467-3804 (USA)
  tel: +1-617 / 552.3912   fax: +617 / 552.2286

Coordinator, Faculty Micro Resource Center
Boston College / Gasson Hall
Chestnut Hill MA 02467-3803 (USA)
  tel: +1-617 / 552.4349    fax: +1-617 / 552.4347 or +1-617 / 552.3913
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Faculty WebCT Coordinator,
Academic Technology Services
Boston College
Chestnut Hill MA 02467-3803 (USA)
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home:
  50 Tarleton Road
  Newton Centre MA 02459-1733 (USA)
  fax: +617 / 552.8498, or +617 / 552.3913


II. Higher and secondary education:

PhD 1970 Harvard University,
  Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Department of Linguistics.

Specializations:
Indo-European historical linguistics;
Classical Armenian.
Dissertation: Studies in the Classical Armenian nominal system.
A descriptive normalization of the Classical Armenian nominal system;
Tonic-pretonic vowel alternations;
The structure and etymology of the plural marker -k'.
Studied with:
Calvert Watkins, Roman Jakobson, Jerzy Kurylowicz, Robert W. Thomson, Richard N. Frye, Harold Roe, Daniel H.H. Ingalls, Horace G. Lunt, Susumu Kuno, Gregory Nagy.

AB 1965 Boston College (magna c.l.),
  College of Arts & Sciences (Honors Program).
Major: Modern Languages
Emphases: German, Russian, General linguistics.

Diploma 1961 Boston College High School
  Classics Course

Additional:
Study in early music at:
Brandeis University (NEH Summer Seminar w. Margaret Bent, 1979)
Museum of Fine Arts / Boston (Camerata School, 1974-75, 1977)
New England Conservatory of Music (1960-1965)
Study of Slovenian language and literature:
Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta, Oddelek za slovanske jezike in knjizevnosti, VII. seminar slovenskega jezika, literature in kulture. (Summer 1971)


VIII. Publications:

--listing in progress--
Edition:
Carmina Burana. Medieval songs [from the Benediktbeuren manuscript (ca. 1230)].
The Boston Camerata, The Harvard University Choir, Joel Cohen music director.
(Erato) Paris, 1996. [compact disc] 0630-14987-2
--Complete preparation of Latin, Middle High German, and Old French text editions, pp. 22-61];
--Essay: Zur Sprache der Carmina Burana / The language of the Carmina Burana, German original and English translation, pp. 15–16, 18–20 .
--Translation of all texts into English and German, pp.22-61; --Pronunciation and diction coaching for recording sessions, rehearsals, and two concert performances (Tanglewood 1995; Bergen Festival, Norway, 1996)

 
Dictionary:
Black, Henry Campbell:
Black's law dictionary. Definitions of the terms and phrases of American and English jurisprudence, ancient and modern. Sixth edition.
(West Publishing) St Paul MN, 1990(6). 0-314-76271-X/-77165-4.
xiv, 1657pp.
[also abridged edition, 1991(6), separate editorial activity, 0-314-88536-6].
--Contributing author, fully responsible for Latin and foreign legal terms, pronunciation system, and transcription.
 
Edition:
Ciconia, Johannes [-1411]:
The works of Johannes Ciconia. Edited by Margaret Bent and Anne Hallmark; Latin texts edited by M.J. Connolly.
(Editions de l'Oiseau-Lyre) Monaco, 1985.
Polyphonic music of the fourteenth century, Volume XXIV.
--Complete text edition and commentary to numbers 7, 13-19, 21-24,
cf. esp. pp. 36-43, 68-107, 110-118, 199-200, 205-226, and references passim.

 
Review:
[review of] John A.C. Greppin (ed):
First international conference on Armenian linguistics; Proceedings...
in Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS) 1(1984).195-199.
 
Newsletter:
Society for Armenian Studies Newsletter [Editor].
ISSN: 0740-5510.
Vol. VIII, No. 1 (17), Winter 1982/83. (6pp).
Vol. VIII, No. 2 (18), Spring/Summer 1983. (6pp).
Vol. VIII, No. 3 (19) / Vol. IX, No. 1 (20), March 1984. (11pp).
Vol. IX, No. 2 (21), September 1984 (8pp).
Vol. IX, No. 3 (22) / Vol. X, No. 1 (23), May 1985. (12pp).
Vol. X, No. 2 (24), September 1985 (12pp).
(Society for Armenian Studies) Cambridge MA, 1982-1985.
 
Edition:
Kodjak, Andrej / M.J. Connolly / Krystyna Pomorska (eds):
Structural analysis of narrative texts.
(Slavica) Columbus OH, 1980. 0-89357-071-0. 203pp.
NYU Slavic papers, vol. II.
 
Article:
The Tridentine canon missæ as a framework for a liturgical narrative.
Kodjak et al (eds): Structural analysis of narrative texts, 24-30.
 
Article:
A note on names in Pil'njak's Povest' nepogashennoj luny.
Kodjak et al (eds): Structural analysis of narrative texts, 170-171.
 
Translation:
Semeka, Elena: The structure of Boris Pil'njak' s Povest' nepogashennoj luny: From the structure to a determination of the genre.
Kodjak et al (eds): Structural analysis of narrative texts, 145-169.
 
Dictionary:
Black, Henry Campbell: Black's law dictionary. Definitions of the terms and phrases of American and English jurisprudence, ancient and modern. Fifth edition. Contributing authors: Joseph R. Nolan and M.J. Connolly
(West Publishing) St Paul MN, 1979(5). 0-8299-2041-2/-2045-5.
xiv, 1511pp.
[also abridged edition, separate editorial activity].
--Fully responsible for Latin and foreign legal terms, pronunciation system, and transcription.
 

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