Supporting Excellence in Gender Research

Gender, Discourse and Identities



Publications

Barr, Rebecca A., ‘Richardson’s Sir Charles Grandison and the symptoms of subjectivity’, The Eighteenth-Century: Theory and Interpretation, 51:4, Winter 2010, 1-24.

Barr, Rebecca A., Resurrecting Saxon things: Peter Reading, ’species decline’ and Old English poetry’, Bone Dreams: Anglo-Saxon Culture in the Modern Imagination, ed. Nicholas Perkins and David Clark (Boydell & Brewer, October 2010), pp. 255-279.

Barr, Rebecca A., 'The Gothic in David Lynch: phantasmagoria and abjection’, David Lynch in Theory, ed. François-Xavier Gleyzon (Litteraria Pragensia, October 2010), pp. 132-146

Barr, Rebecca A., ’“Complete Hypocrite, Complete Tradesman: Defoe’s Complete English Tradesman and masculine conduct’, Positioning Daniel Defoe’s Non-fiction: Form, Function, Genre, ed. Andreas Mueller (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011), pp. 67-85.

Byrne. A., and Lentin, R. (eds) (2000) (Re)searching Women: Feminist Research Methodologies in the Social Sciences in Ireland, Institute for Public Administration: Dublin.

Byrne, A. (2011) Letters in anthropological research: the Harvard-Irish Survey 1930-1936, Ethnologie Francaise XLI (2011), pp 241-252.

Byrne, A (2009) Perfidious and Pernicious Singlism, review article in Sex Roles 60.9 (2009), 760-763

Byrne, A., Canavan, J., and Miller, M. (2007) Participatory research and the Voice Centered Relational Method of data analysis: Is it worth it? International Journal of Social Research Methodology 1-12

Byrne, A. (2003). 'Developing a Sociological Model for Researching Women's Self and Social Identities', European Journal of Women's Studies (Special Issue on Identities) 10.4: 443-464.

Byrne, A., Macken-Walshe, A., et al. Understanding and facilitating farmer’s adoption of technologies, T-research 5.3 (2010): 34-35.

Byrne, A., and Shorthall, S. Gender and Sustainability in Rural Ireland in McDonagh, J. Shorthall, S and Varley, T (eds) A Living Countryside: The politics of sustainable rural development (Ashgate: Aldershot, 2009).

Byrne, Anne (2008) ‘Women Unbound: Single Women in Ireland’ in Yans-McLoughlin, Virginia and Bell, Rudy (eds) Women Alone (Rutgers University Press, 2008).

Byrne, A. (2011) Echanges épistolaires en anthropologie : l’enquête Harvard-Irlande/ Letters in anthropological research: the Harvard-Irish Survey (1930-1936) in Ethnologie francaise, Irlande après Arensberg et O Duilearga, 4(2) 241-252.

Byrne, A and O’Mahony, D. (2011) Family and Community: (Re)Telling Our Own Story, Journal of Family Issues, Special issue on Ireland. September 25, 2011; 0192513X11421121, first published on September 25, 201, iFirst article.

Byrne, A. (2011) Forgetting and Remembering: Place and Space in the work of Yvonne Cullivan, review essay in Cullivan, Y. Meanwhile, Public Art project publication, Per Cent for art programme, Roscommon County Council.

Byrne, A. Contributor to TV documentary The Home Place by Sean O Mordha, Araby Productions for RTE.

Byrne, Anne, O’Mahony, D and RRG (October 2012) Visualising the Anthropological Archive: A Community Collaboration, DVD, produced by Gallivanting Media.

Byrne, Anne, and O’Mahony, D. (2012) Family and Community: (Re) telling our own story. Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 33, 1: pp. 52-75.

Byrne, Anne (2012), 'Developing a Sociological Model for Researching Women's Self and Social Identities' in Researching Gender, edited by Christina Hughes, SAGE.

Byrne, Anne (2012) Irish Journal of Sociology, ‘Yours Sincerely: Letters and Lives’ review article, June 2012.

Byrnes, Deirdre, 'The Triumph of the Transferable: Fostering Transferable Skills in the Foreign Language Classroom', in Traditions and Transitions: Curricula for German Studies, ed. by John L. Plews and Barbara Schmenk, to be published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press (forthcoming)

Byrnes, Deirdre, 'Writing on the Threshold: Memory, Language and Identity in Kathrin Schmidt's novel Du stirbst nicht', in Transitions: Emerging Women Writers in German Language Literature, ed. by Valerie Heffernan and Gillian Pye, to be published in the German Monitor series (forthcoming)

Byrnes, Deirdre, “Exposing the Gaps in Memory: Forgetting and Remembering in Monika Maron’s Pawels Briefe”, in Cultural Memory: Essays on European Literature and History, ed. by Edric Caldicott and Anne Fuchs (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2003), pp. 147-59.

Byrnes, Deirdre, “Der Körper als Symptom, die Gefühle als Metaphern: Monika Marons Roman Stille Zeile Sechs”, in Sentimente, Gefühle, Empfindungen: Zur Geschichte und Literatur des Affektiven von 1770 bis Heute, ed. by Anne Fuchs and Sabine Strümper-Krobb (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2003), pp. 221-26

Byrnes, Deirdre, Rereading Monika Maron: Text, Counter-Text and Context (Peter Lang, 2011)

Clancy, Mary, co-editor, Teaching Empires: Gender and Transnational Citizenship in Europe (Utrecht & Stockholm, 2009) .

Clancy, Mary, ‘Occupied and Earning: Child, Girl and Women Workers in County Donegal’ in C. Breathnach (ed.), Framing the West: Images of Rural Ireland 1891-1920 (2007).

Clancy, Mary, ‘Women of the West: campaigning for the vote in early twentieth century Galway, c.1911-c.1915’, in L. Ryan and M. Ward (eds), Irish Women and the Vote: Becoming Citizens (2007)

Clancy, Mary, and John Cunningham (eds), Saothar 36 Journal of the Irish Labour History Society Women: Special Issue (2011)

Clarke, Odette, 'Divine providence and resignation: the role of religion in the management of the emotions of the Anglo-Irish countess of Dunraven, Caroline Windham-Quin (1790-1870)’ in Willemijn Ruberg and Kristine Steenbergh (eds) Sexed sentiments: interdisciplinary perspectives on gender and emotion (Amsterdam, 2011), pp. 71-91.

Clear, Catriona, Nuns in Nineteenth-century Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1987).

Clear, Catriona, Women of the House: women's household work in Ireland 1921-61: experiences, memories, discourses (Irish Academic Press 2000).

Clear, Catriona, Social Change and Everyday Life in Ireland 1850-1922 (Manchester University Press 2007).

Clear, Catriona (co-edited with Mary Clancy, Triona Nic Giolla Choille and Alan Hayes), NUI, Galway Women’s Studies Review: Oral History and Biography, vol. 7 (2001).

Clear, Catriona, 'Walls within walls: convents in 19thc Ireland' in C. Curtin et al (eds.) Gender in Irish Society (Galway University Press 1987), pp.134-51

Clear, Catriona, 'The limits of female autonomy' in M. Luddy & C.Murphy (eds.) Women Surviving: Studies in Irish women's history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin: Poolbeg, 1990), pp.15-49

Clear, Catriona, 'Homelessness and children in 19thc Ireland' in Galway Labour History Society, Growing Up Poor (Galway Labour History Society 1993), 18pp

Clear, Catriona, 'Noiselessly and Calmly: nuns and social responsibility for children in nineteenth-century Ireland', in V.Alan McClelland (ed.) Aspects of Education: Journal of the Institute of Education, University of Hull, No. 50 (1994): 54-68.

Clear, Catriona, 'The Women Cannot Be Blamed: Feminists, 'Home-makers' and the Commission on Vocational Organization' in M.O'Dowd & S.Wichert (eds.) Chattel, Servant or Citizen? Women's Status in Church, State and Society: Historical Studies XIX  (Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies 1995), pp.179-87.

Clear, Catriona, 'My Mother Taught Me How To Pray: the Nine Murphys of Newmarket-on-Fergus' The Other Clare: Journal of the Shannon Archeological and Historical Association  Vol.19 (1995), pp.64-68.

Clear, Catriona, 'No Feminine Mystique: Advice to Irish Women of the House in the 1930s and 40s' in M.O'Dowd and M.Valiulus (ed.) Women and Irish History: Essays in Honour of Margaret MacCurtain (Dublin: Wolfhound 1997),pp. 189-205.

Clear, Catriona, 'Homelessness, Poverty and Crime in Galway 1850-1914' Galway Archeological and Historical Society Journal 50 (1998), pp.117-34.

Clear, Catriona, 'A Saint If Ever There Was One: Luxury and Austerity in the Lives of Women of the House 1920s-60s' in J.Hill & C.Lennon (eds.) Luxury and Austerity: Papers Given at the Irish Conference of Historians May 1997 (University College Dublin Press, May 1999), pp.213-229.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Women, work and memory in rural Ireland 1921-1961’ in Carla King (ed.) Famine, Land and Culture in Ireland: ( University College Dublin Press 2000.), pp180-193.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Sources for labour history in the James Hardiman Library, NUI, Galway’  in Saothar: journal of the Irish Labour History Society  27 (2002), pp.109-112.      

Clear, Catriona, ‘I Can Talk About It, Can’t I?’ The Ireland Maura Laverty Desired, 1942-1946’ in Women’s Studies: an interdisciplinary journal (University of California), Vol. 30, No.6 (2001), pp.819-836.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Hardship, help and happiness in narratives of Irish women of the house’ in Oral History: Journal of the [British] Oral History Society, Vol.  31, No.2 (Autumn 2003), pp.  33-42.

Clear, Catriona, ‘The Decline of Breastfeeding in Twentieth-century Ireland’ in A.Hayes and D.Urquhart (eds.) Irish Women’s History  (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 2004), pp187-198.

Clear, Catriona, ‘The Red Ink of Emotion: the social vision of Maura Laverty (1907-1966)’ in Saothar 28: journal of the Irish labour history society (2003), pp90-99.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Too Fond of Going: Irish women’s emigration of the 1940s and ‘50s’ in D.Keogh & C.Quinlan (eds.) The Lost Decades: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork: Mercier Press 2004), pp. 135-46.

Clear, Catriona, 'Women in de Valera's Ireland: a reappraisal' in G.Doherty & D.Keogh (eds.) De Valera's Irelands (Cork: Mercier Press 2003) pp104-114.

Clear, Catriona, ‘We will again, please God: Maura Laverty, Irish tradition, and optimism’ in  F. Mugnani et al (eds.) The Past in the Present: a multidisplinary approach  (Coimbra Group 2006), pp.41-56.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Fewer Ladies, More Women: women and the Great War in Ireland’ in J.Horne (ed.) Our War: Ireland and the Great War (RTE, RIA 2008), pp.157-70.

Clear, Catriona, ‘The Minimum Rights of Every Woman: Irish women’s changing appearance 1946-66’ Irish Economic and Social History Vol. XXXV  (2008), pp. 68-80.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Kate O’Brien, Convents and Class’ in Mary Coll (ed.) Faithful Companions: collected essays celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Kate O’Brien Weekend (Limerick: Mellick Press 2009), pp.50-9.

Clear, Catriona, ‘Nano Nagle, Educator’ in Studies 98, 390 (2009), pp. 135-44.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Transnational Reception and Early Modern Women’s “Lost” Texts’, Early Modern Women (October, 2012)

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Ideal Communities and Planter Women’s Writing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland. Parergon (2012). Special issue, ed. Sarah Ross, Patricia Pender and Ros Smith.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Literary Memorialisation and the Posthumous Construction of Female Authorship’, in Andrew Gordon and Thomas Rist (eds.), The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England: Memorial Cultures of the Post-Reformation (Ashgate, 2013).

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Archipelagic Identities in Europe: Irish Nuns in English Convents’, in Caroline Bowden and James Kelly (eds.), The English Convents in Exile: Communities, Culture and Identity (Ashgate, 2013).

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Irish Women’s Letters’, in James Daybell and Andrew Gordon (eds.), Women and Letters in Early Modern Britain: Gendered Rhetorics and Networks in Renaissance Correspondence (Ashgate, 2013)

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, editor of sections 52 (‘Queen Elizabeth I at Theobalds’) and 62 (‘Material relating to Lady Jane Grey’), new edition of John Nichols’ The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, Women, Writing, and Language in Early Modern Ireland (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010).

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Women’s Writing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland’, Literature Compass 7 (2010), pp. 1049-61.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, “And this deponent further sayeth”: Orality, Print and the 1641 Depositions’, in Marc Caball and Andrew Carpenter (eds.), Oral and Print Cultures in Ireland, 1600-1900 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2010), pp. 69-84.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘“We live by chance, and slip into Events”: Occasionality and the Manuscript Verse of Katherine Philips’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland 18 (2003), pp. 9-23.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Identity Politics and Nuns’ Writing’, Women’s Writing 14 (2007), pp. 306-20.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Redeeming Parcels of Time: Aesthetics and Practice of Occasional Meditation’, The Seventeenth Century 22 (2007), pp. 124-43.

Coolahan, Marie-Louise, ‘Caitlín Dubh’s keens: literary negotiations in early modern Ireland’, in Victoria Burke and Jonathan Gibson (eds.), Early Modern Women’s Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers of the Trinity/Trent Colloquium (Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2004), pp. 91-110

Cronin, Nessa, The Eye of History: Spatiality and Colonial Cartography in Ireland (in progress)

Cronin, Nessa, ‘Ireland after Tara?: National Legacies and Changing Landscapes of Celtic Tiger Ireland’, in Ireland: Myth and Reality, edited by Irene Gilsenan Nordin, Reimagining Ireland Series (forthcoming, Berlin: Peter Lang, 2012).

Cronin, Nessa, ‘Geographies of Hunger: Colonialism and the Political Economy of An Gorta Mór’, Dialogues in Human Geography (forthcoming, 2012).

Cronin, Nessa, ‘Lived and Learned Geographies: Literary Landscapes and the Irish Topographical Tradition’, in Irish Contemporary Landscapes in Literature and the Arts, pp. 106-118 edited by Marie Mianowski (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).

Cronin, Nessa, Seán Crosson, John Eastlake, ‘“The Sea of Orality”: An Introduction to Orality and Modern Irish Culture’, in Nessa Cronin, Seán Crosson, John Eastlake, eds, Anáil an Bhéil Bheo: Orality and Modern Irish Culture (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009), pp. 3-14.

Cronin, Nessa, Seán Crosson and John Eastlake, eds, Anáil an Bhéil Bheo: Orality and Modern Irish Culture (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009).

Cronin, Nessa, ‘Gaining Ground and Mapping Time: A Cartographic Response to William J. Smyth’s, Map-making, Landscapes and Memory: A Geography of Colonial and Early Modern Ireland’, Journal of Historical Geography, 2008, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 148-52.

Cronin, Nessa, “Disciplinary Ghettoes”: Irish Studies and Interdisciplinary Negotiations’, Journal of Nordic Irish Studies Network, 2007, Vol. 6, pp. 1-16.

Cronin, Nessa, ‘Monstrous hybridity: Kim of the ‘Eye-rishti’ and the Survey of India’, in India and Ireland: Colonies, Culture and Empire, edited by Tadhg Foley and Maureen O’Connor (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2006), pp. 131-9.

Dine, Philip, 'Sarkozy and Sport', Contemporary French and Francophone Studies 16.3 (2012): 383-92.

Dine, Philip, 'Nation et narration dans la diffusion sportive : l'exemple des courses de chevaux dans l'Algérie coloniale', Ethnologie française 41 (2011): 625-32

Seán Crosson & Philip Dine, 'Sport and the Media in Ireland: An Introduction', Media History 17.2 (2011): 109-16

Philip Dine and Seán Crosson, eds, Sport, Representation and Evolving Identities in Europe (Bern: Peter Lang, 2010).

Dine, Philip, 'Decolonizing the Republic', Contemporary French and Francophone Studies 12.2 (2008): 173-81.

Dine, Philip, French Rugby Football: A Cultural History (Oxford: Berg, 2001).

Emerson, Catherine, Performance, Drama and Spectacle in the Medieval City, co-edited with Adrian P. Tudor and Mario Longtin (Leuven: Peeters, 2010)

Emerson, Catherine, 'No Way to Treat your Mother: Understanding Petit Jehan de Saintré’s Rage’, French Studies, 65.4 (2011)

Emerson, Catherine, 'A Question of Paternity: Denis Sauvage, Philippe de Commynes and Olivier de La Marche’ in Essays in Later Medieval French Literature: The Legacy of Jane H. M. Taylor, ed. by Rebecca Dixon (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010)

Emerson, Catherine, ‘Paul Cazin, Manneken-Pis and the Deification of Boyhood’ in Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies 1.2 (2007)

Emerson, Catherine, Olivier de la Marche and the Rhetoric of Fifteenth-Century Historiography (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, May 2004)

Emerson, Catherine, ‘The Infant of Brussels: The Manneken-Pis as Christ Child’, Irish Journal of French Studies 3 (2004)

Emerson, Catherine, '"Au Commencement de mon eaige et du premier temps que je puis entrer en matière". L’Unité du temps et de l’espace dans le récit de la jeunesse d’Olivier’ in Autour d’Olivier de La Marche, Publication du Centre européen des études bourguignonnes (XIVe-XVIe s.), 43 (2003)

Emerson, Catherine, “Tel estat que peust faire le filz aisné légitime de Bourgoingne”: Antoine, Great Bastard of Burgundy and Olivier de La Marche’, Publication du centre européen d’études bourguignonnes (XIVe-XVIe s.) 41 (2001)

Fallon A, Engel C, Devane D, Dring C, Moylett EH, Fealy G. 'Baby-led versus scheduled breastfeeding for healthy newborns (Protocol)'. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2011, Issue 4.

Fallon A., and O’Hare J. (2011) 'Women’s experience of control in labour and childbirth'. British Journal of Midwifery, 19(2), 350-355.

Gray, Breda, Women and the Irish Diaspora, London and New York: Routledge, 2004.

Gray, Breda, ‘Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Research’, Mobilities 6(2) 2011, pp.149-60 (with Anthony D’Andrea and Luigina Ciolfi).

Gray, Breda, ‘Becoming non-migrant: Lives worth waiting for’, Gender, Place and Culture 18 (2) 2011, pp. 417-33

Gray, Breda, ‘Migration, life narratives, memory and subjectivity: Reflections on an archival project on Irish migration’, Migration Letters, 6(2) 2009, pp. 175-182.

Gray, Breda, ‘Putting emotion and reflexivity to work in researching migration’, Sociology, 42(4) 2008, pp. 919-936

Gray, Breda, ‘Redefining the nation through economic growth and migration: changing rationalities of governance in the Republic of Ireland’, Mobilities, 1(3), 2006, pp. 353-72

Gray, Breda, ‘Migrant Integration Policy: A Nationalist Fantasy of Management and Control?’, Translocations: Migration and Social Change, 1(1) 2006

Gray, Breda, 'Curious hybridities: Transnational negotiations of migrancy through generation’, Irish Studies Review, 14(2), 2006, pp. 207-224

Gray, Breda,  'Governing Integration’, in B. Fanning and R. Munck (ed.) Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation, Farnham. Surrey: Ashgate, 2011. pp. 93-106.

Gray, Breda, ‘Affective and Political Categories in Feminist Debates about Social Justice’ in Willemijn Ruberg and Kristine Steenbergh (ed.) Sexed Sentiments. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Gender and Emotion, Amsterdam: Rodopi. 2011. pp 207-232.

Gray, Breda, ‘Researching Irish Diaspora. From Concept to Political Strategy’ (2009) in Jane Fernandez (ed.) Diasporas: Critical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ebook: Oxford University, 2009.

Gray, Breda, ‘Breaking the Silence: emigration, gender and the making of Irish cultural memory’ in Liam Harte (ed.) Modern Irish Autobiography: Self, Nation and Society, Basingstoke: Palgrave. 2007, pp. 111-31.

Gray, Breda ‘Editor’s Introduction: what does it mean to say sociology is going transnational’ Irish Journal of Sociology, 19(2) 2011, 1-9.

Gray, Breda ‘Migrant chaplains: mediators of Catholic Church transnationalism’ Irish Journal of Sociology 19(2) 2011, 93-109 (with Ria O’Sullivan Lago).

Gray, Breda (with Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho and Luigina Ciolfi, ‘The Making of Nomadic Work: Understanding the Mediational Role of ICTs’ in Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha and Fernando Moreira (ed.) The Handbook of Research on Mobility and Computing: Evolving Technologies and Ubiquitous Impacts, Hershey, PA: IGI Global. 2011. pp. 381-396.

Harper, Margaret Mills (co-editor with Catherine Paul), A Vision (1925), volume 13 of The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats. New York: Scribner, 2008.

Harper, Margaret Mills, Wisdom of Two: The Spiritual and Literary Collaboration of W. B. and George Yeats. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.

Harper, Margaret Mills (co-edited with George Mills Harper), Yeats’s “Vision” Papers, Volume 4, London: Palgrave, 2001.

Harper, Margaret Mills, The Schoolroom in Contemporary Irish Literature and Culture, Studies in the Literary Imagination 30:2 (Fall 1997), co-edited with Rand Brandes.

Harper, Margaret Mills, Yeats’s “Vision” Papers, Volume 3, co-edited with Robert Anthony Martinich. London: Macmillan; Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1992.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Flesh and Bones: Anne Enright’s The GatheringSouth Carolina Review 43 (2010): 74–87.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Our Lives with Yeats’s Ghosts: The Writing and the Editing of the Automatic Script,” co-written with Barbara J. Frieling and Sandra L. Sprayberry. Yeats: An Annual of Critical and Textual Studies, Vol. 17, ed. Richard J. Finneran. Ann Arbor: UMI Research P, 1999 (2003): 19–34.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Nemo: George Yeats and Her Automatic Script.” New Literary History 33 (2002): 291–314.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Celestial Bodies: Sexual Cosmologies and a Collaborative Vision.” Yeats Annual, Vol. 15, special issue on Collaboration, ed. Wayne Chapman and Warwick Gould. London: Palgrave, 2002: 102–19.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Fabric and Fame in the Odyssey and 'Penelope’.” Gender in Joyce, ed. Jolanta W. Wawrzycka and Marlena Corcoran. Gainesville: U P of Florida, 1997. 170–88.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “’The Real Thing’: Ní Chuilleanáin and Mattering Bodies,” Irish Women Writers: New Critical Perspectives, ed. Elke D’hoker, Raphaël Ingelbien, and Hedwig Schwall. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “George Yeats.” W. B. Yeats in Context, ed. David Holdeman and Ben Levitas. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010: 158–66.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “’how else could the god have come to us’?: Yeatsian Masks, Modernity, and the Sacred.” Nordic Irish Studies 6 (2007): 57–72.

Harper, Margaret Mills, “Yeats and the Occult.” The Cambridge Companion to W. B. Yeats, ed. John Kelly and Marjorie Howes. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005. 144–66.

Kelly, Lorraine and Bill Richardson, eds, Power, place and representation: literary, cultural and socio-political sites of independence in Latin America (Peter Lang, in press).

Kelly, Lorraine, “Gender, Corruption and Independence in Roberto Sneider’s film adaptation of Arráncame la vida”, in Power, place and representation: literary, cultural and socio-political sites of independence in Latin America, Lorraine Kelly and Bill Richardson (eds) (Peter Lang, in press).

Kelly, Lorraine, “Rejection, Abandonment and Division of Labour in Brianda Domecq’s The Astonishing Story of the Saint of Cabora” in Precarious Parenthood: “Doing Family” in Literature and Film, T. Pusse and K. Walter (eds) (Berlin and London: LIT, forthcoming).

Kelly, Lorraine, ““La pieza desquiciante de la jerarquía”: Reading the Work of Brianda Domecq as a Philosophy of Feminism” in The Boom Femenino: Reading Contemporary Mexican Women’s Writing, Nuala Finnegan and Jand Lavery (eds) (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, 2010).

Kelly, Lorraine, ‘Women Writing in Contemporary Mexico: The Case of Brianda Domecq’, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 14.2 (2008), pp. 101-108.

Kelly, Lorraine, ‘The Resignification of Power in Contemporary Mexican Fiction’, Reading Spanish and Latin American Literatures: New directions in Research, Nuala Finnegan and Martín Vega (eds) (Cork: Dept. of Hispanic Studies, UCC, 2005), pp. 24-36.

Marion Krauthaker, L'Identité de genre dans les oeuvres de George Sand et Colette (Paris, L'Harmattan, 2011).

Lawless, Catherine, ‘Representation, Religion, Gender and Space’, in Ritual and Space in the Middle Ages: Proceedings of the 2009 Harlaxton Symposium, Harlaxton Medieval Studies, no.21, ed. Frances Andrews (Donnington: Shaun Tyas, 2011), pp.232-258.

Lawless, Catherine, ‘“Viva il Popolo”: Civic Identity and Female Sanctity in Medieval Florence’, in Art and Identity: Visual Culture, Politics and Religion in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, ed. Sandra Cardarelli, Emily Jane Anderson and John Richards (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012), pp.19-43.

Liatsos, Yianna, ed., Family Memory-Work: Writing the Home in Contemporary African Literature (Africa World Press, 2011).

Liatsos, Yianna, “A New Bloodline: Antjie Krog’s Autobiographical Prose and the Paradoxes of Belonging”, in Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies (Vol 9, 2, April 2008), 127-153.

Liatsos, Yianna, “Truth, Confession, and the Post-Apartheid Black Consciousness in Njabulo Ndebele’s The Cry of Winnie Mandela”, in Modern Confessional Writing: New Critical Essays, Jo Gill, Ed. (New York: Routledge, 2006), 115-136.

Liatsos, Yianna, “Historical Catharsis and the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission” in Frontiers of Diversity: Essays in Contemporary Pluralism, Avery Plaw, Ed. (Netherlands: Rodopi Press, 2005), 171-190.

Malesevic V. (2010). “Ireland and Neo-Secularisation Theory”. Irish Journal of Sociology. Vol. 18(1).

Malesevic V. (2003). “Demonic or Divine? Attitudes towards Sex and Sexuality among Galway University Students”. Irish Journal of Sociology. Vol.12 No.2.

McDermott, Sinead, “The Double Wound: Shame and Trauma in Joy Kogawa’s Obasan”, in Sexed Sentiments: Interdisciplinary Essays on Gender and Emotion, ed. Willemijn Ruberg and Kristine Steen (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi Press, 2011): 141-63

McDermott, Sinead, “Gendered Spaces in Bobbie Ann Mason’s In Country,” Revista Leitura 41, special issue on (No)Places of Gendered Representation. (2008): 121-48

McDermott, Sinead, “The Ethics of Postmemory in Bobbie Ann Mason’s In Country.” Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 39:2, special issue on History, Memory, Exile. (2006): 5-21

McDermott, Sinead,”Notes on the Afterlife of Feminist Criticism.” PMLA 121:5 (October 2006): 1729-34

McDermott, Sinead, “Kate Atkinson’s Family Romance: Missing Mothers and Hidden Histories in Behind the Scenes at the Museum,” Critical Survey 18:2 (2006): 67-78

McDermott, Sinead “Mary Morrissy’s Maternal Subjects,” in Single Motherhood in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Cultural, Historical and Social Essays, ed. Maria Cinta Ramblado-Minero and Auxiliadora Perez-Vides (Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006): 195-212

McDermott, Sinead, “Future-Perfect: Gender, Nostalgia, and the Not Yet Presented in Marilynne Robinson’s Housekeeping,” Journal of Gender Studies 13:3 (2004): 259-70

McDermott, Sinead, “Maternal Belongings and the Question of ‘Home’ in Mary Morrissy’s Mother of Pearl,” Feminist Theory 4:3 (2003) 263-82

McDermott, Sinead, “Memory, Nostalgia, and Gender in A Thousand Acres,” Signs: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society 28, 1, special issue on Gender and Cultural Memory, ed. Marianne Hirsch and Valerie Smith (2002): 389-408

McDermott, Sinead, “Putting Myself in Her Place: Identity, Identification, and Irishness in Are You Somebody? and Alias Grace,” in Devolving Identities: Feminist Readings in Home and Belonging , ed. Lynne Pearce (Aldershot: Ashgate Press, 2000): 110-27

Mooney , Sinéad, A Tongue Not Mine: Beckett and Translation (Oxford University Press 2011).

Mooney , Sinéad, Samuel Beckett. Writers and Their Work (Northcote House, 2006).

Mooney , Sinéad, Edna O’Brien: New Critical Perspectives. Edited with Kathryn Laing and Maureen O’Connor (Carysfort Press, 2006)

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“Others’ words”:  Traces of Translation in Beckett’s Trilogy.’ The Beckett Circle  vol 30 no 1 (Spring 2007): 35-42.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“Unstable compounds”: Bowen’s Beckettian Affinities.’  Modern Fiction Studies 53.2 (Summer 2007): 238-256.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“Kicking Against the Thermolaters”: Beckett Reading Irish Poetry.’ Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui 15  (2005): 30-42.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘A Roving Cancellation: Self-Translation as Self-Divestiture.’ Journal of Beckett Studies 10 (2002): 222-234.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“An Atropos all in black”, or Ill Seen Worse Translated.’ Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui  12 (2002): 163-177.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“Integrity in a surplice”: Samuel Beckett’s (post-) Protestant Poetics.’ Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui  9 (2000): 223-239.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘Beckett in French and English.’  Blackwell Companion to Samuel Beckett, ed SE Gontarski. (Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2009), 196-208.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘Ghost Writer: Beckett and Irish Gothic.” Beckett and Ireland, ed Seán Kennedy. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), 131-149.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“Unstable compounds”: Bowen’s Beckettian Affinities.’ Elizabeth Bowen: New Critical Perspectives, ed Susan Osborn. (Cork: Cork University Press, 2009), 13-33. 

Mooney , Sinéad, “Elizabeth Bowen and the Modern Ghost.” Elizabeth Bowen, ed Eibhear Walshe. Irish Writers and Their Time. (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2008), 77-94.

Mooney , Sinéad, ‘“I, say I”: Beckett, Ventriloquism, Translation.’ Beckett – Screens of Silence; Beckett – Écrans de silence, eds, Irene Gilsenan Nordin and Véronique Simon. (Np: Compostela Group of Universities/Marysak University Press, 2008), 107-129.

Mooney , Sinéad, “Edna O’Brien, ‘A Rose in the Heart of New York.’” A Companion to the British and Irish Short Story in English, eds David Malcolm and Cheryl Alexander. (Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2008), 431-439.

Mooney , Sinéad, “Dark, established currents: Molly Keane’s Gothic.’ Molly Keane: Centenary Essays, eds Eibhear Walshe and Gwenda Young. Four Courts Press, 2006 pp195-211.

Mooney , Sinéad, “Sacramental sleeves: Fashioning the Female Subject in the Fiction of Edna O’Brien.’ Edna O’Brien: New Critical Perspectives, eds Kathryn Laing, Sinéad Mooney, Maureen O’Connor. (Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2006), 196-218.

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O’Cinneide, Muireann, Aristocratic Women and the Literary Nation, 1832-1867. Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture. Basingstoke & NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 2008.

O’Cinneide, Muireann,  “Conflict & Imperial Communication: Narrating the First Afghan War”. In Conflict and Difference in Nineteenth-Century Literature, eds Dinah Birch & Mark Llewellyn. Basingstoke & NY: Palgrave 2010.

O’Cinneide, Muireann, 'Oriental Interests, Interesting Orients: Class, Authority and the Reception of Knowledge in Victorian Women’s Travel Writing', Critical Survey 21.1 (May 2009), in Beyond Orientalism; Texting the Victorian East, eds Tamara Wagner & Julia Kuehn.

O’Cinneide, Muireann, 'The Silver-Fork Novel Across Romantic & Victorian Views: Class, Gender and Commodity Culture, 1820-1841', Literature Compass 4.4 (July 2007).

O’Cinneide, Muireann, 'The Victorian Suburb as Imperial Stage', Journeys 7.1. (2006).

O'Connor, P. (2014) 'A Premature Farewell to Gender', in L. Connolly (ed) The 'Irish' Family, Routledge, accepted and forthcoming

O'Connor, P. (2013) 'A standard career?' in B. Bagilhole and K. White (eds.) Gender and Generation. Palgrave Mac Millan, pp23-45

O'Connor, P. (2009) ‘Irish Young People’s Narratives: The Existence of Gender Differentiated Cultures’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 17:1: 95-114 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/2333

O’Connor, P. (2008) Irish Children and Teenagers in a Changing World: The National Write Now Project. Manchester: Manchester University Press (198 pages) hardback and paperback http://hdl.handle.net/10344/2639

O'Connor, P. (2007) ‘Doing Boy/Girl’ and global/local elements in 10-12 year olds’ drawings and written texts’, Qualitative Research, 7(2): 229-247 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/378

O'Connor, P. (2006) ‘Young People’s Constructions of the Self: Late Modern Constructs and Gender differences’, Sociology, 40 (1) 107-124 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/399

O'Connor, P. (2006) ‘Globalization, Individualization and Gender in Adolescents’ texts’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 9 (4): 261-277 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/398

O'Connor, P. (2005) ‘Local Embeddedness in a Global World: Young People’s Accounts’, Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 13(1): 361-382 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/395

O'Connor, P. (2004) ‘Relational Discourses: Social Ties with Family and Friends’, (with A. Haynes and C. Kane) Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research, 11(3) 361-382 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/396

O'Connor, P. (2002) (with J. Smithson, and M. Das Dores Guerreiro) ‘Young People’s awareness of Gendered Realities’ in J. Brannen et al (eds.) Young Europeans, Work and Family, London: Routledge http://hdl.handle.net/10344/408

O'Connor, P. (2002) (with A. Haynes and C. Kane) ‘Young People’s Ideas about Time and Space’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 11: 43-61 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/3466

O'Connor, P. (2002) (with J Goldthorpe and L. O’Dowd) ‘A Sociology of Ireland: A Review Symposium’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 11:197-111 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/2336

O'Connor, P. (2001) 'A bird's eye view ... Resistance in Academia' Irish Journal of Sociology, 10, 2: 86-104 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/109

O'Connor, P. (1998) ‘Women's Friendships in a Post- Modern World', in R. Adams and G. Allan (eds.) Placing Friendship in Context, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp.117-135 http://hdl.handle.net/10344/2332

O'Connor, P. (1993) ‘The Professionalisation of Residential Social Work in an Irish Context’, Children and Society, 6, 3: 250-266

O'Connor, P. (1995) ‘Understanding variations in marital sexual pleasure: an impossible task?’ The Sociological Review, 43, 2: 76-84

O'Connor, P. (1995) ‘Understanding continuities and changes in Irish marriage: putting women centre stage’, The Irish Journal of Sociology, 5:135-163

O'Connor, P. (1995) ‘Dominant Discourses and sites of resistance’ Eire: Ireland, 30, 3: 178-188

O'Connor, P. (1995) ‘Same Gender and Cross-Gender Friendships among the elderly’ The Table, Quarterly Japanese publication (Translation of 1993 article in Japanese)

O'Connor, P. (1994) ‘Very close parent/child relationships: the perspective of the elderly person,’ Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, 9, 1: 53-76

O'Connor, P. (1994) ‘Salient themes in the life review of a sample of frail elderly respondents in London,’ The Gerontologist, 34, 2: 224-230

O'Connor, P. (1993) ‘Women's experience of the mother role’, The Sociological Review 21, 1: 207-219

O'Connor, P. (1993) ‘Same-Gender and Cross-Gender friendships amongst the elderly’, The Gerontologist, 33, 1: 24-31

O'Connor, P. (1991) ‘Women's Confidants outside Marriage: Shared or Competing sources of intimacy,’ Sociology, 25, 2: 241-254

O'Connor, P. (1991) ‘Women's experience of power within marriage: an inexplicable phenomenon?’ The Sociological Review, 39, 4: 823-842

O'Connor, P. (1990) ‘The Adult Mother/Daughter Relationship: uniquely and universally close?’ The Sociological Review, 38, 2: 293-323

O'Connor, P. (1989) ‘Images and Motifs in Children's Fairy Tales,’ Educational Studies, 15 (2): 129-141

O'Connor, P. and Brown, GW (1984) ‘Supportive Relationships: Fact or Fancy?’ Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 1: 159-176

Ó Laoire, Lillis, On a Rock in the Middle of the Ocean: Songs and Singing in Tory Island, Ireland. Lanham: Scarecrow, 2005.

Ó Laoire, Lillis (with Sean Williams), Joe Heaney: Irish Song Man. New York: OUP, 2011.

Ó Laoire, Lillis, “’Gan Unsa ar bith Céille:’ An Bharántúlacht agus an Fhearúlacht in Dhá Amhrán le Seosamh Ó hÉanaí. Béaloideas 77,  2009, 58-79. (Without an ounce of sense: Masculinity and Authenticity in Two Songs by Joe Heaney).

Ó Laoire, Lillis, “Dispelling Amnesia, Augmenting Memory: The Songs of Róise Uí Ghrianna” Dublin Review of Books, 17, Winter/Spring 2011.

O’Toole, T. The Irish New Woman. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.

O’Toole, T. “Ireland’s Decade of Commemorations”. New Hibernia Review 17.3 (Autumn/Winter 2013): 63-86.

O’Toole, T. “Cé Leis Tú? Queering Irish Migrant Literature”. Queering the Issue. Special issue of Irish University Review (Spring/Summer 2013): 131-145.

O’Toole, T. “The Ireland That We Dreamed Of? William Trevor’s ‘The Ballroom of Romance’ (1972)”. William Trevor: Re-evaluations. Ed. Michael Parker and Paul Delaney. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2013.

O’Toole, T. New Approaches to Irish Migration. Special issue of Éire-Ireland: Journal of Irish Studies, issue 47.1&2 (Spring/Summer 2012; co-edited with Piaras Mac Éinrí). http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/eire-ireland/toc/eir.47.1-2.html

O’Toole, T. Memoir, Memory and Migration in Irish Writing. Special issue of The Irish Review 44 (Spring 2012; co-edited with Jason King).

O’Toole, T. “Adrienne Rich’s ‘On Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence’”. Mobilising Classics: Reading Radical Writing in Ireland. Ed. Orla O’Donovan and Fiona Dukelow. Manchester University Press, 2010. 157-174.

O’Toole, T. “Unregenerate Spirits: The Counter-Cultural Experiments of George Egerton and Elizabeth Bowen”. Irish Women Writers: New Critical Perspectives. Ed. Hedwig Schwall, Elke D’hoker and Raphael Ingelbien. Peter Lang, 2010.

O’Toole, T. Irish Literature: Feminist Perspectives. Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2008, co-edited with Patricia Coughlan.

O’Toole, T. “Angels and Monsters: Embodiment and Desire in Eva Trout”. Elizabeth Bowen. Irish Writers in Their Time Series. Ed. Eibhear Walshe. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2008.

O’Toole, T. “’Nomadic Subjects’ in Katherine Cecil Thurston’s Max”. Irish Literature: Feminist Perspectives. Ed. Patricia Coughlan & Tina O’Toole. Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2008.

O’Toole, T. “Ireland: The Terra Incognita of the New Woman Project”. Out of Context: Irish Nineteenth-Century Women’s Prose. Ed. Heidi Hansson. Cork: Cork University Press, 2007.

O’Toole, T. The Dictionary of Munster Women Writers. Cork: Cork University Press, 2005; see also www.munsterwomen.ie

O’Toole, T. Documenting Irish Feminisms: The Second Wave. Dublin: Woodfield Press, 2005; co-authored with Linda Connolly.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, “I am coming!” Returning to the womb in Elfriede Jelinek’s Die Klavierspielerin and Michael Haneke’s film “La Pianiste”. Germanistik in Ireland 5 (2010), pp.89-105.

Pusse, Tina-Karen,'Undoing Feminism: Über Apfelkuchen, female brains und Motorsport'. Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 24 (2010), pp. 32-51.

Pusse, Tina-Karen,'Eine Dame verschwindet. Autobiographie und Amnesie in Hans Henny Jahnns "Fluss ohne Ufer"'. Freiburger Frauenstudien 18 (2006). pp. 203-225

Pusse, Tina-Karen, 'Sägen, Peitschen, Mordmaschinen. Sacher-Masoch und de Sade in Kafkas Terrarium'. In Textverkehr. Kafka und die Tradition. Claudia Liebrand, Franziska Schößler (Ed.). Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann 2004. pp. 205-222.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Erica Pedrettis antidokumentarische Erforschung der Oberfläche. In: Meike Penkwitt (Ed.): "Was ich vor langem an einem anderen Ort begonnen habe." Die Erinnerungstexte Erica Pedrettis. München: Königshausen und Neumann, pp. 112-128.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Abgebrochene Chromosomenzacken, demontierte Kalauer. In: Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 24 (2010), pp 368-370.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Der widerspenstigen Zähmung. Zu Cornelia Funkes Tinten-Trilogie. In: Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 22 (2008), pp.383-385.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Let's do it again...and again...and again. Zu Katrin Oltmanns "Remake/Premake. Hollywoods romantische Komoedien und ihre Gender-Diskurse." In: Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 22 (2008), pp.430-434.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Sägen, Peitschen, Mordmaschinen. Sacher-Masoch und de Sade in Kafkas Terrarium. In: Textverkehr. Kafka und die Tradition. Claudia Liebrand, Franziska Schößler (Ed.). Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann 2004. pp. 205-222.

Pusse, Tina-Karen,"Do you really want to hurt me?". Culture Club featuring Culture Club. In: Freiburger Frauenstudien 16 (2004). pp. 256-258.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Bettine Menke, Barbara Vinken: Stigmata. Poetiken der Körperinschrift. In: Freiburger literaturpsychologische Gespräche. Jahrbuch für Literatur und Psychoanalyse Band 24 (2004). pp. 338-341.

Pusse, Tina-Karen, Wuchernde Begierde. Subjektivation zwischen Psychose und Unterwerfung. Judith Butlers "Psyche der Macht". In: Freiburger Frauenstudien II,13 (2003). pp. 210-213.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Migration, Mobilität, Geschlecht. Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 25 (2011). Freiburg: Budrich 2011.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed),Feminisms Revisited. Special Issue of Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 24 (2010). Freiburg: Budrich 2010.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed),Geschlechter, Bewegungen, Sport. Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 23 (2009). Freiburg: Budrich 2009.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Männer und Geschlecht. Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 22 (2008). Freiburg: Jos Fritz 2008.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Erinnern und Geschlecht. Freiburger Geschlechterstudien 21 (2007). Freiburg: Jos Fritz 2007.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Elternschaft. Freiburger Frauenstudien 20 (2006). Freiburg: Jos Fritz 2006.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Entfesselung des Imaginären. Zur neuen Debatte um Pornographie. Freiburger Frauenstudien 19 (2005). Freiburg: Jos Fritz 2005.

Pusse, Tina-Karen (co-ed), Screening Gender. Geschlechterkonstruktionen im Kinofilm. Freiburger Frauenstudien 18 (2004). Freiburg: Jos Fritz 2004.

Ramblado, Cinta, and A. Pérez-Vides (Eds), Single Maternity in contemporary Irish Culture. Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.

Ramblado, Cinta, ed., Construcciones culturales de la maternidad en España: La madre y la relación madre-hija en la literatura y el cine contemporáneos. Alicante: Centro de Estudios sobre la Mujer and Universidad de Alicante, 2006. ISBN 84-7908-868-0.

Ramblado, Cinta, Isabel Allende’s Self-Writing: Trespassing the Boundaries of Fiction and Autobiography. Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.

Ramblado, Cinta,“Madres de España / Madres de la anti-España: La mujer republicana y la transmisión de la memoria republicana”, Entelequia: Revista Interdisciplinar, 7 (2008): 129-37. ISSN 1885-6985.

Ramblado, Cinta, “The Shadow of the Dissident: Reflections on Francoism in Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind,” Clues: A Journal of Detection 26(3) (2008): 70-85.

Ramblado, Cinta,“¿Compromiso, oportunismo o manipulación? El mundo de la cultura y los movimientos por la memoria,” Hispania Nova: Revista de Historia Contemporánea 6 (Monographic dossier on “Generaciones y memoria de la represión franquista”) (2007).

Ramblado, Cinta,“Novelas para la recuperación de la memoria histórica,” Letras Peninsulares, 17/3, pp. 477-96.

Ramblado, Cinta, “History, Memory, Fiction: Las trece rosas and Discourses of Recovery in Contemporary Spain,” in K. Hall and K. Jones, eds., Constructions of Conflict: Transmitting Memories of the Past in European Historiography, Culture and Media, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2011.

Ramblado, Cinta, “Compromiso político y memoria clandestina: la reivindicación del pasado republicano en la narrativa actual.” In A Encinar and C. Valcarcel, eds., Escritoras y compromiso: literatura española e hispanoamericana de los siglos XX y XXI, Madrid: Visor, 2009.

Ramblado, Cinta,“Re-imaginando al Maquis: La guerrilla antifranquista en el cine español contemporáneo.” In A. Ribeiro, et al., eds., War Memories/Memory Wars. Madrid: Verbum, 2009.

Ramblado, Cinta, “Exclusion and Marginalization of Dissidence in the Novels of the Spanish Guerrilla.” In C. Sanchez-Conejera, ed., Spanishness in the Spanish Novel and Cinema of the 20th-21st Century, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007, pp. 67-78.

Ramblado, Cinta, “’Para sobrevivir a mi propio espanto’: Isabel Allende’s Early Fiction and Political Conflict.” In Par Kumaraswami and Niamh Thornton, eds.,  Revolucionarias: Conflict and Gender in Latin American Narratives by Women. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2007.pp. 25-45.

Ramblado, Cinta, “’Adiós a Irlanda’: Kate O’Brien, España y la narrativa de viajes como herramienta de representación del exilio.” In Mar Gallego and Eloy Navarro (Eds), Relatos de viajes, Miradas de mujeres. Sevilla: Alfar, 2007, pp. 119-36.

Ramblado, Cinta, ‘A manera de literatura’: The Space of the Self in Latin American Women’s Writing. In: S. Villegas and B. Domínguez (Eds), Literature, Gender, Space. Huelva: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva, 2004, pp. 257-269.

Reilly, N. and Scriver, S., eds. (2013) Religion, Gender and the Public Sphere. Routledge Studies in Religion. London.

Reilly, N. and Scriver, S. (2013) Re-examining Religion and Secularism in the Public Sphere in Religion, in Reilly and Scriver, eds, Gender and the Public Sphere, London: Routledge.

Reilly, Niamh, Women's Human Rights: Seeking Gender Justice in a Globalizing Age (London: Polity Press, 2009. (Selected as an "Outstanding Academic Title for 2010" by the American Library Association/CHOICE.)

Reilly, Niamh, Demanding Accountability: The Global Campaign and Vienna Tribunal for Women's Human Rights (New York: United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), 1994). (co-author with Charlotte Bunch)

Reilly, Niamh, 'Doing Transnational Feminism, Transforming Human Rights' in Irish Journal of Sociology (2011) (forthcoming)

Reilly, Niamh, 'Rethinking the Interplay of Feminism and Secularism in a Neo-secular Age', Feminist Review 97 (2011): 5-31

Reilly, Niamh, 'Review Essay' (Reviews of What Happened to the Women?: Gender and Reparations for Human Rights Violations, ed. Ruth Rubio-Marin, ed. and To Save Her Life: Disappearance, Deliverance, and the United States in Guatemala by Dan Saxon) in Perspectives on Politics 8:1 (2010): 328-330.

Reilly, Niamh, 'Seeking Gender Justice in Post-Conflict Transitions: Towards a Transformative Women’s Human Rights Approach’, International Journal of Law in Context 3 (2) (2007): 155–172.

Reilly, Niamh, 'Cosmopolitan Feminism and Human Rights', Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 22 (4) (2007): 180–198.

Reilly, Niamh, 'Linking Local and Global Feminist Advocacy: Framing Women's Rights as Human Rights in the Republic of Ireland’, Women's Studies International Forum 30 (2007): 114–133.

Reilly, Niamh, 'The UN "Beijing Platform for Action" 1995-2005: Local Global Political Spaces, NGO Advocacy, and Governmental Responses in the Republic of Ireland', Irish Political Studies 20 (2) (2005): 187–200.

Reilly, Niamh, 'Women's Rights as Cultural Rights: The Case of the Irish Travellers', Human Rights Dialogue Series 2, no. 12 (Spring 2005). Special edition on cultural rights. New York: Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs.

Reilly, Niamh, 'Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gender Violence' in Violence Against Women 1.3 (1995): 272-281 (with S. E. Roche and K. Biron)

Reilly, Niamh, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Feminism’, in The Ashgate Research Companion to Cosmopolitanism, edited by Magdalena Nowicka and Maria Rovisco (Ashgate, 2011)

Reilly, Niamh, 'International Norms, Global Issues and Local Action: Critical Approaches to Women’s Human Rights in Ireland’, in Where Are We Now? New Feminist Perspectives on Women in Ireland, edited by Ursula Barry (Dublin: New Island Publishers, 2008)

Reilly, Niamh, 'International Networking for Women’s Human Rights’, in Global Citizen Action, edited by Michael Edwards and John Gaventa (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2001). (Co-author with Charlotte Bunch and Peggy Antrobus).

Reilly, Niamh, ‘The Global Campaign: Violence against Women Violates Human Rights’, in From Basic Needs to Basic Rights, edited by Margaret A. Schuler (Washington: Women, Law and Development International, 1995). (Co-author with Charlotte Bunch).

Rodgers, O. Constructions of Gender Identities in the Discourse of Pregnancy: The Role of Pregnancy Advice Literature. LIT Verlag. Essay Collection. 2011.

Scott, Maria, Stendhal’s self-inventing heroines (in preparation)

Scott, Maria, 'Intertextes et mystifications dans les poèmes en prose de Baudelaire', Romantisme, 156.2 (2012), 63-73

Scott, Maria, 'Stendhal's Muddy Realism', Dix-Neuf, 16.1 (2012), 15-27.

Scott, Maria, 'Comédie et liberté chez Stendhal : une étude de ses actrices’. (in press) L’Année Stendhalienne. August 2012.

'Les Promenades dans Rome: l'amazone stendhalienne est-elle romaine', in Enquêtes sur les 'Promenades dans Rome': "Façons de voir"', textes réunis par Xavier Bourdenet et François Vanoosthuyse (ELLUG, 2011), pp. 247-64.

Scott, Maria, ‘Le Réalisme et la peur du désir? Le cas de Lucien Leuwen', L’Année stendhalienne, 9 (2010), 35-57.

Scott, Maria, ‘Le thème de l’amitié féminine chez un “tendre ami des femmes”’, L'Année stendhalienne, 8 (2009), 101-15.

Scott, Maria, ‘Stendhal’s Heroines: Escaping History through History’, Nineteenth-Century French Studies, 37.3-4 (2009), 260-72.

Scott, Maria, ‘Simone de Beauvoir on Stendhal: in Good Faith or in Bad ?’ The Irish Journal of French Studies, 8 (2008), 55-71.

Scott, Maria, 'Performing Desire: Stendhal's Theatrical Heroines', French Studies, 62 (2008), 259-70.

Scott, Maria, 'Acts of Suppression: Adapting Le Rouge et le Noir', Literature/Film Quarterly, 35.3 (2007), 237-43.

Scott, Maria, 'Stendhal's Rebellious Mothers and the Fight Against Death-by-Maternity', in Birth and Death in Nineteenth-Century French Culture, ed. Nigel Harkness et al. (Rodopi, 2007), pp. 139-51.

Scott, Maria, ‘Les Promenades dans Rome : L’amazone stendhalienne est-elle romaine ?’ (in press) in "Façons de voir": Enquêtes sur les Promenades dans Rome, ed. Xavier Bourdenet and François Vanoosthuyse (Ellug : Grenoble, 2011)

Scott, Maria, ‘Stendhal, Mathilde et le regard oblique’, in L’Oeil écrit, ed. Johnnie Gratton and Derval Conroy (Geneva: Slatkine, 2005), pp. 221–36.

Scriver, S. (forthcoming 2013/14) War Propaganda in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., ed. James D. Wright. Oxford: Elsevier.

Reilly, N. and Scriver, S., eds. (2013) Religion, Gender and the Public Sphere. Routledge Studies in Religion. London.

Reilly, N. and Scriver, S. (2013) Re-examining Religion and Secularism in the Public Sphere in Religion, in Reilly and Scriver, eds, Gender and the Public Sphere, London: Routledge.

Scriver, S. (2013). Explaining the absence of a Veil debate in the Irish Media: the role of ethno-nationalism and public religion in Muslims at the Margins of Europe, ed. Martikainen, T. Leiden: Brill.

Scriver, S. and Kenny, K. (2012) Dangerously Empty: Hegemony and the construction of the Irish entrepreneur in Organization: Special Issue, ’Critical Perspectives in Entrepreneurship Research’. 19(5): 615-633.

Scriver, S. (2012) The American Self: neoliberalism, Islamic otherness and the construction of identity. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Scriver, S., Duvvury, N. and O'Reilly, F. 2011. Gender Based Violence in Kenya. Dublin: Trocaire.

Scriver, S. and Duvvury, N. 2011. Reducing Women's Vulnerability to HIV in Malawi: a review of current Trocaire funded interventions. Dublin: Trocaire.

Scriver, S., Hanly, C., Healy, D. (2009) Rape and Justice in Ireland. Dublin: Liffey Press. pages: 479.

Scriver, S. (2009) Subjectivity, Identity and 300 Spartans in Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, Vol. 14, Issue 2, pp. 183-199. Impact Factor (2010).

Scriver, S. (2009) The Impossible Ethics of Slavoj Žižek in Journal of Power, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 469-475.

Scriver, S. (In Press) Ireland through the Veil: Gender, Autonomy and the Nation in Social Politics.

Tony Tracy, 'When Disney Met Delargy: Darby O'Gill and the Irish Folklore Commission', Béaloideas: Journal of the Irish Folklore Society 78 (2010): 50-59.

Tony Tracy, 'Unnatural Law: William McGivern's Rogue Cops' in James Rodgers and Matthew O'Brien (eds), After the Flood: Irish America, 1945-1960. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009.

Tony Tracy, "Caught Between a Rock (Hudson) and a Raparee: Captain Lightfoot's Textual Heritage," in Ruth Barton (ed.), Screening Irish America: Representing Irish America in Film and Television, Irish Academic Press, 2009.

Tony Tracy, "'The Gateway to America': Assimilation and Art in Carnegie Hall (1947)", in Gary D. Rhodes (ed.), Edgar G. Ulmer: Detour on Poverty Row, Lexington Books, 2008.

Whelan, Bernadette, American Government in Ireland: A History of the US Consular Service, 1790-1913. Manchester: Manchester University Press/Palgrave, 2010.

Whelan, Bernadette, Mary O’Dowd, Gerardine Meaney, Inventing and Reinventing the Irish Woman, 1760-2000. Liverpool University Press,  forthcoming (2012)

Whelan, Bernadette, ‘The ‘Idea of America’, in David Gleeson (ed.), The Irish in the Atlantic World (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2010), pp. 76-109.

Woods, Jeannine. Visions of Empire and Other Imaginings: Cinema, Ireland and India 1910-1962. Reimagining Ireland Series, vol. 21. Oxford; New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

Woods, Jeannine, ‘Trans-formations of gendered identities in Ireland: The Crying Game, Breakfast on Pluto and the Alternative Miss Ireland Pageant’. Tiger Tales: Masculinity and Irish Culture 1990-2010. Conn Holohan & Tony Tracy (eds). Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming).

Woods, Jeannine, ‘The Mythological and Devotional Genres in pre-independence Irish and Indian Cinemas’. Selected Papers from ‘Ireland across Cultures’ Conference, Veliko Tarnovo. Ludmilla Kostova (ed.). Veliko Tarnovo: Faber (2010).
 

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