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Members Publications 2005-2006
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2006

Books

Daniel Carey, Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson: Contesting Diversity in the Enlightenment and Beyond. Ideas in Context 74. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 260 pp.

Crawford Gribben and Elizabethanne Boran (eds), Enforcing reformation in Ireland and Scotland, 1550-1700 . St Andrews Studies in Reformation History. Aldershot: Ashgate, 259 pp.

______________,  and Andrew Holmes (eds), Protestant millennialism, evangelicalism and Irish society, 1790-2005 . Basingstoke: Palgrave, 244 pp.

Brean Hammond and Shaun Regan, Making the Novel: Fiction and Society in Britain, 1660-1789. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. xii + 268 pp.

Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, esp.:

Anne Fogarty, 'Literature in English, 1550-1690: from the Elizabethan settlement to the Battle of the Boyne', 1, pp. 140-190
Ian Campbell Ross, 'Prose in English, 1690-1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union', 1, pp. 232-281
Andrew Carpenter, 'Poetry in English, 1690-1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union', 1, pp. 282-319
Christopher Morash, 'Theatre in Ireland, 1690-1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union', 1, pp. 372-406
Claire Connolly, 'Irish Romanticism, 1800-1830', 1, pp. 407-448.

Editions

James T. Boulton and T.O.McLoughlin (eds), James Boswell, An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a Tour to That Island, and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli. New York: Oxford University Press. 250 pp.

Essays in books

Brian Caraher, 'Genre Theory: Cultural and Historical Motives Engendering Literary Genre', in Garin Dowd, Anne Scallan and Jeremy Strong Genre Matters (eds), Bristol: Intellect Books, pp. 29-40.

Daniel Carey,  'Morality and Human Nature, 1690-1730', in Patrick Allegaert et al (eds), Voorbij goed & kwaad/Par delà le bien/Beyond good & evil , Ghent: Museum Dr. Guislain, pp. 80-85. _______________, ‘Travel, Geography, and the Problem of Belief: Locke as a Reader of Travel Literature', in Julia Rudolf (ed.) History and Nation , Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press, pp. 97-136.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Circulating ideas: coteries, groups and the circulation of verse in English in early modern Ireland’, in Martin Fanning and Raymond Gillespie (eds.), Print Culture and Intellectual Life in Ireland 1660-1941: Essays in honour of Michael Adams. Dublin: The Woodfield Press. Pp. 1-24.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Literature in Print, 1550-1800’, in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds.), The Oxford History of the Irish Book, volume III: The Irish Book in English 1550-1800. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 301-18.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Poetry in English, 1690-1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union’, in Margaret Kelleher and Philip O’Leary (eds.), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. I, pp. 282-319.

Andrew Carpenter, 'Poetry in English, 1690-1800: From the Williamite wars to the Act of Union' in Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1, pp. 282-319.

_______________, 'Literature in Print 1550-1800' in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds), The History of the Irish Book, Vol III, The Irish book in English 1550-1800, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 301-18.

Claire Connolly, ‘Irish Romanticism, 1800-1829’, in Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds.), Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, I: 407-448.

__________________,   ‘Prince Hohenlohe's Miracles: Supernaturalism in the Irish Public Sphere’, in David Duff and Catherine Jones (eds.), Ireland, Scotland and the Romantic Aesthetic. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. 236-257.

Aileen Douglas, 'The novel before 1800', in John Wilson Foster (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Irish Novel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 22-38.

Crawford Gribben, 'Theological literature, 1560-1707', in Ian Brown et al (eds), Edinburgh history of Scottish literature , 3 vols. Edinburgh: EUP, 2006. Vol. i. 231-37.

_______________ , 'Antichrist in Ireland: Protestant millennialism and Irish studies', in Crawford Gribben and Andrew Holmes (eds), Protestant millennialism, evangelicalism and Irish society, 1790-2005 (Basingstoke: Palgrave), pp. 1-30.

Michael J. Griffin, 'Burke, Goldsmith and the Irish Absentees', in Sean Patrick Dolan (ed), The Place of My Nativity: Burke and Ireland, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pp. 198-225.

Máire Kennedy, 'Reading print, 1700-1800’, in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds), The Oxford history of the Irish book, Vol III, The Irish book in English 1550-1800, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 146-166.

_____________, 'Foreign language books, 1700-1800', in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds), The Oxford history of the Irish book, Vol III, The Irish book in English 1550-1800, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 368-382.

Christopher Morash, 'Theatre and Print, 1550-1800', in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds), The Oxford History of the Irish Book: Volume III:  The Irish Book in English, 1550-1800, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 319-334.

________________, 'Theatre in Ireland 1690-1800: From the Williamite Wars to the Act of Union', in Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1, pp. 372-406.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Prose in English 1690-1800: From the Williamite Wars to the Act of Union', in Margaret Kelleher and Philip O'Leary (eds), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, 2 vols, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1, pp 232-81.

_____________, 'Tobias Smollett', in Ian Brown, Thomas Owen Clancy, Susan Manning, and Murray Pittock (eds.), The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature , 3 vols. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2, pp. 163-7.

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, ‘Foreign Tyrants and Domestic Tyrants: the Public, the Private and Eighteenth-Century Irish Women's Writing’, in Patricia Coughlan and Tina O'Toole (eds.), Irish Literature: Feminist Perspectives. Dublin: Carysfort Press. Pp. 17-38. 

____________________. ‘Celtic Ireland and Celtic Scotland: Ossianism and The Wild Irish Girl’, in David Duff and Catherine Jones (eds), Scotland, Ireland and the Romantic Aesthetic. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. 114-130.

____________________. ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin and the Irish National Tale’, in Denis Kohn, Sarah Meer and Emily B. Todd (eds.), Transatlantic Stowe: Harriet Beecher Stowe and European Culture. Iowa City: Iowa University Press. Pp. 24-45.

Articles in journals

Carol Baraniuk, “An Antidote to the Burns Idyll: James Orr's ‘The Irish Cottier's Death and Burial'”, The Burns Chronicle, Spring, 6-11.

_______________ “Disagreeably Scottish”?, The Drouth, 19, 13-17.

Conrad Brunström. “How Queer was Cowper?”, British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 29:2, 157-167.

Averill Buchanan, 'Mary Tighe: The Romantic Methodist?', in Methodist Newsletter (March): 18-20.

Claire Connolly, ‘Theatre and Nation in Irish Romanticism: the tragic dramas of Charles Robert Maturin and Richard Lalor Sheil’, Éire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies, 41: 3 (Fall/Winter 2006), 1-31.

Porscha Fermanis, 'Isabella, Lamia, and 'Merry Old England', Essays in Criticism, 56 (2), 139-162.

Michael J. Griffin and Breandán MacSuibhne, 'Da's Boat, or Can the Submarine Speak?: The Ulster Miscellany (1752) and Other Glimpses of the Irish Atlantis', Field Day Review, 2, 111-127.

Michael J. Griffin, 'Infatuated to his Ruin': The Fate of Thomas Dermody, 1775-1802', History Ireland, 14, 3, 21-25.

Shaun Regan, ‘Novelizing Scriblerus: Tristram Shandy and (Post-) Scriblerian Satire', The Shandean , 17, 9-33.

James Ward, 'Which Crisis? A Modest Proposal and the Politics of Distress', Swift Studies , 21, 2006, 76-86.

2005

Books

Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Johanna Archbold, John Gibney and Carole Jones (eds), Beyond the Anchoring Grounds: More Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, Vol. 14 Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics, Belfast: Cló Ollscoil na Banríona, 356pp.

Charles Benson and Siobhán Fitzpatrick (eds), That Woman! Studies in Irish Bibliography: A Festschrift for Mary 'Paul' Pollard. Dublin: The Lilliput Press, xvi + 310 pp.

Helen Burke, 'Eighteenth-century Theatrical Touring and Irish Popular Culture', pp. 119-138.Jarlath Killeen, Gothic Ireland: Horror and the Irish Anglican Imagination in the Long Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 240 pp.

Nicholas Grene and Christopher Morash (eds), Irish Theatre on Tour. Irish Theatre Diaspora Series 1. Dublin: Carysfort Press.  xix  + 229 pp., inc.

Estelle Haan, Vergilius Redivivus: Studies in Joseph Addison's Latin Poetry (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society)

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, Maria Edgeworth: Women, Enlightenment and Nation. Dublin: University College Dublin Press. xi + 221 pp.

Essays in books

Carol Baraniuk, “Words Well Woven: A Poetic Tradition in the North of Ireland”, in Patricia Trainor de la Cruz and Blanca Krauel Heredia (eds.), Humour and Tragedy in Ireland , Universidad de Málaga, pp. 41-51.

Kevin Barry, 'Poets in the Age of Paper Money', in Michael Caines and Alan Jenkins (eds), The TLS on the Romantics, London, TLS, pp. 12-20.

Andrew Carpenter, 'Virgil Travesty in Restoration Ireland: some preliminary notes on an Unexplored Literary Phenomenon", in Michael Kenneally and Rhona Richman Kenneally (eds), From 'English Literature' to 'Literatures in English': International Perspectives. Festschrift in Honour of Wolfgang Zach, Heidelberg: Winter Universtitätsverlag, pp. 53-66.

_______________, 'Two early printed squibs from Cork' in Charles Benson and Siobhán Fitzpatrick (eds), That Woman: Studies in Irish Bibliography: a Festscrift for Mary 'Paul' Pollard, Dublin: Lilliput Press, for the Library Association of Ireland, Rare Books Group, pp. 163-74.

Máire Kennedy, 'At the Exchange: the eighteenth-century book trade in Cork', in Charles Benson and Siobhán Fitzpatrick (eds), That woman: studies in Irish bibliography, a festschrift for Mary "Paul" Pollard, Dublin, Lilliput Press for the Library Association of Ireland, Rare Books Group, pp. 139-161.

Claire Connolly, ‘Public and Private Meanings in Maria Edgeworth’s Patronage’, in Jacqueline Belanger (ed.), The Irish Novel in the Nineteenth Century: Facts and Fictions. Dublin: Four Courts. Pp. 63-79.

Christina Morin, 'Vampires, Cannibals, Half-Breeds, and Jews: Encounters with the Other in Maturin's Melmoth the Wanderer', in Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Johanna Archbold, John Gibney and Carole Jones (eds), Beyond the Anchoring Grounds: More Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics 14, Belfast: Cló Ollscoil na Banríona, pp. 227-235.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Fiction before the Union', in Jacqueline Belanger (ed), Irish Fiction in the Nineteenth Century, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 34-51.

Carol Stewart, 'Tobias Smollett, Novelist and Gentleman: A Contradiction in Terms?', in Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Johanna Archbold, John Gibney and Carole Jones (eds), Beyond the Anchoring Grounds: More Crosscurrents in Irish and Scottish Studies, Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics 14, Belfast: Cló Oilscoil na Banríona, pp. 278-84.

James Ward, '"A Dialogue in Hibernian Stile": Constructing History and Controlling Language in Early Eighteenth-Century Ireland', in Liam Harte, Yvonne Whelan and Patrick Crotty (eds), Ireland: Space, Text, Time, Dublin: Liffey Press, pp. 93-102.

Journals

Michael J. Griffin and Breandán MacSuibhne (co-edited and co-introduced), Irish Catholics: Special Issue, Eire-Ireland, 40: 1&2, 248 pp.

Articles in Journals

Carol Baraniuk, “James Orr: Ulster-Scot and Poet of the 1798 Rebellion”, Scottish Studies Review , 6:1 , 22-32.

Andrew Carpenter, 'A Tale of a Tub as an Irish text', Swift Studies, XX, 30-40.

Porscha Fermanis, 'Stadial Theory, Robertson's History of America, and Hyperion', Keats-Shelley Review, 19, 25-31.

Michael J. Griffin, 'Utopian Music and the Problem of Luxury', Utopian Studies, vol. 16. 2, 247-266.

Estelle Haan, ‘Twin Augustans: Addison, Hannes and Horatian Intertexts', Notes and Queries , Sept 2005, 338-346.

Máire Kennedy, 'Politicks, coffee and news': the Dublin book trade in the eighteenth century, Dublin Historical Record, LVIII, 1, 76-85.

Colum Kenny, 'Nolumus mutari: time for change at King?s Inns?'. In Irish Jurist , new series, 40, 321-346.

April London, ‘Isaac D’Israeli and Literary History: Opinion, Anecdote, and Secret History in the Early Nineteenth Century’, Poetics Today 26:3 (2005), 351-386.

Joseph McMinn, 'Images of Devotion: Swift and Portraits', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies: Journal of the Irish Georgian Society, VIII, 160-85.

Shaun Regan, '"Pranks, Unfit for Naming": Pope, Curll, and the "Satirical Grotesque"', The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation, 46:1, 37-57.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, '"A Nugget of Pure Truth": Woolf's Debt to De Quincey', Notes and Queries, n.s. 52, 1, 94-95.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Was Berkeley a Jacobite? Passive Obedience Revisited', Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 20, 17-30.

________________, 'Smelfungus and Yorick: Two martyrs on the threshold of the gods', The Shandean, 16, 108-13.

Carol Stewart, 'The Anglicanism of Tristram Shandy: Latitudinarianism at the Limits', British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 28, 2, 239-50.

Electronic publishing

Ian Campbell Ross, '"One of the Principal Nations in Europe": The Representation of Ireland in Sarah Butler's Irish Tales', Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 7, 1 [1994], 1-16, at: http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~ecf/index.html
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