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Members Publications 2011-2012
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2012

Books

Claire Connolly, A Cultural History of the Irish Novel, 1790-1829. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. ix + 269.

April London, Cambridge Introduction to the Eighteenth-Century Novel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 250.

Editions

Michael Griffin (ed.), The Selected Writings of Thomas Dermody: A Critical Edition. Dublin: Field Day. Pp. 277.
Jennifer Orr (ed.), The Correspondence of Samuel Thomson, 1766-1816. Dublin: Four Courts. Pp. 242.

Essays in books

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Virile Vernaculars: Radical Sexuality as Social Subversion in Irish Chapbook Verse 1780-1820’, in John Kirk, Andrew Noble and Michael Brown (eds.), United Islands? The Languages of Resistance. London: Pickering and Chatto.  Pp. 141-52.

Andrew Carpenter, ‘Befuddled in three languages: the readers of the 'Purgatorium Hibernicum' (c.1670)’, in Liam Mac Amhlaigh and Brian Ó Curnáin (eds), Ilteangach, Ilseiftiúil: a festschrift in honour of Nicholas Williams. Dublin: Arlen House. Pp. 49-68. 

Porscha Fermanis,  ‘Anatomizing the Case: Shelley's The Cenci, Browning's The Ring and the Book, and the Origins of the Dramatic Monologue’, in Carmen Casaliggi and Paul Russel-March (eds.). Legacies of Romanticism: Literature, Culture, Aesthetics. London: Routledge. Pp. 52-65.

Jennifer Orr, ‘Constructing the Ulster Labouring-class Poet’, in Kirstie Blair & Mina Gorji (eds.), Class and the Canon. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 34-54.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘“Dark Interpretations”: Romanticism’s Ambiguous Legacy in India’, in Carmen Casaliggi and Paul March-Russell (eds.), Legacies of Romanticism: Literature, Culture, Aesthetics. London: Routledge, Pp. 215-230.

Journals

Articles in journals

Porscha Fermanis, ‘Countering the Counterfactual: Joanna Baillie's “Metrical Legends of Exalted Character's” (1821) and the Paratexts of History’, Women's Writing, 19.3 (2012), 333-350.

Michael Griffin, ‘Between Pope and Merriman: The Poetics and Politics of R Buggin’s The Inchanted Garden (1716)’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an dá Chultúr, 27 (2012), 11–29.

Declan William Kavanagh and Conrad Brunström, ‘Arthur Murphy and Florida Peat: The Gray’s Inn Journal and versions of the apolitical’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an dá chultúr, 27 (2012), 123-141.

Sonja Lawrenson, ‘Revolution, Rebellion and a Rajah from Rohilkhand: Recontextualizing Elizabeth Hamilton’s Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah’,  Studies in Romanticism 50.2 (2012): 125-148.

Jennifer Orr, ‘The Continuity of Scottish Enlightenment Culture in the North of Ireland’, Eighteenth Century Scottish Studies Society, 26 (Spring 2012), 8-12.

Carol Stewart, ‘Eliza Haywood’s The Fortunate Foundlings: A Jacobite Novel’, Eighteenth-Century Life 37.1 (2012), 51-71.

Electronic publishing

2011

Books

Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay (eds.), The Empire of Credit: The Financial Revolution in the British Atlantic World, 1688-1815. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Pp. Xviii+ 302

Christina Morin, Charles Robert Maturin and the haunting of Irish Romantic fiction. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Pp. 210.

Editions

Aileen Douglas (ed.), Elizabeth Sheridan, The Triumph of Prudence over Passion, ed. Aileen Douglas and Ian Campbell Ross. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 200.

Moyra Haslett (ed.), Thomas Amory, The Life of John Buncle, Esq. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 355.

Anne Markey (ed.), Henry Brooke; Lady Mount Cashell; John Carey, Children’s Fiction: 1765-1808. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 189.

Ian Campbell Ross (ed.), Elizabeth Sheridan, The Triumph of Prudence over Passion. ed. Aileen Douglas and Ian Campbell Ross. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 200.

Essays in books

Barr, Rebecca Anne, ‘“Complete Hypocrite, Complete Tradesman”: Defoe’s Complete English Tradesman and masculine conduct’, in Andreas Mueller and Aino Mäkikalli (eds), Positioning Daniel Defoe’s Non-fiction: Form, Function, Genre. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press. Pp. 149-169.

Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay, ‘An Empire of Credit: English, Scottish, Irish and American Contexts’, in Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay (eds.), The Empire of Credit: The Financial Revolution in the British Atlantic World, 1688-1815.  Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Pp. 1-22.

______________________, ‘John Locke, Money and Credit’, in Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay (eds.), The Empire of Credit: The Financial Revolution in the British Atlantic World, 1688-1815. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Pp. 25-51.

Claire Connolly,   ‘The Irish National Tale’, in James H. Murphy (ed.), Oxford History of the Irish Book, vol. iv: The Irish Book In English, 1800-1891. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 399-410.

Michael Griffin, ‘Arcades Ambo: Robert Burns and Thomas Dermody’, in Fiona Stafford and David Sergeant (eds.), Burns and the Poets. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 127-42.

Sharon Murphy, ‘Empires and Education: Maria Edgeworth’s Writing for Children’, in Mary Shine Thompson (ed.), Young Irelands: Studies in Children’s Literature. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011.

Journals

Articles in journals

Averill Buchanan, ‘“Selena”, the “new favorite of my imagination”: Mary Tighe’s Unpublished Novel’, Irish University Review, 41.1 (2011), 169-182.

Aileen Douglas, ‘“Whom gentler stars unite”: Fiction and Union in the Irish Novel’, Irish University Review, 41.1 (2011), 183-195.

Moyra Haslett, ‘Experimentalism in the Irish Novel, 1750-1770’, Irish University Review, 41.1 (2011), 63-79.

Sonja Lawrenson, ‘Frances Sheridan’s History of Nourjahad and the Sultan of Smock Alley’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an dá chultúr, 26 (2011), 24-50.

Anne Markey, ‘Irish children’s fiction, 1727-1820’, Irish University Review,41:1 (2011), 115-132.

Christina Morin, ‘Forgotten Fiction: Reconsidering the Gothic Novel in Eighteenth-Century Ireland’, Irish University Review, 41.1 (2011), 80-94.

Amy Prendergast, ‘“The drooping genius of our Isle to raise”: the Moira House salon and its role in Gaelic cultural revival’, Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an dá Chultúr, 26 (2011), 95-114.

Shaun Regan, ‘Locating Richard Griffith: Genre, Nation, Canon’, Irish University Review, 41:1 (2011), 95-114.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘A “Teague” and a “True Briton”: Charles Johnstone, Ireland and Empire’, Irish University Review 41.1 (2011), 133-150.

-----, ‘Newly Recovered Articles from the Calcutta Gazette by Charles Johnstone,’ Eighteenth-Century Ireland: Iris an Dá Chultúr 26 (2011), 140-169.

------, ‘The Janus-face of Romantic Modernity: Thomas De Quincey’s Metropolitan Imagination’, Romanticism 17.3 (Oct. 2011), 299-308.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘Mapping Ireland in Early Fiction’, Irish University Review 41.1 (2011), 1-20.

Jim Shanahan, ‘Tales of the Time: Early Fictions of the 1798 Rebellion’, Irish University Review 41.1 (2011), 151-168.

James Ward, ‘Personations: The Political Body in Jonathan Swift’s Fiction’, Irish University Review 41.1 (2011), 40-53.

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