Jane Maxwell
Assistant Librarian, Library

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Jane Maxwell, Sources for the history of women in eighteenth-century Ireland, Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 90, (2), 2014, p127 - 142 Journal Article, 2014

H. Fallon, J. Maxwell, C. McCaffrey, S. MacMahon, . 'Engaging with leadership development in Irish academic libraries: some reflections of the Future Leaders Programme (FLP)' , The Australian Library Journal , 60, (1), 2011 Journal Article, 2011

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Waiting for an archivist: the Samuel Beckett Collection in, editor(s)W.E.Vaughan , The Old Library Trinity College Dublin 1712-2012, Dublin, Four Courts, 2013, pp370 - 376, [Jane Maxwell] Book Chapter, 2013

Jane Maxwell, 'The best doctors in the world are Dr Diet, Dr Quiet and Dr Merryman: the School of Medicine 1711-2011', 2011, - Exhibition, 2011

M. Engelberts, E. Frost, J. Maxwell, Catalogues of Beckett's reading notes and other manuscripts at Trinity College Dublin, Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 16, 2006, p183 - 199 Journal Article, 2006

Jane Maxwell, 'All this this here an exhibition to mark the centenary of the birth of Samuel Beckett', 2006, - Exhibition, 2006

Jane Maxwell, There's more than one way to lose a Library; library collection development and women's records, What do we lose when we lose a library, Leuven , 2015 Conference Paper,

Jane Maxwell, 'Fit as fiddles and hard as nails; Irish voices from the First World War', - Digital research resource production,

Jane Maxwell, The letter as a source for the history of children in the late eighteenth-century, Twenty years a-growing: a conference on the history of childhood from the medieval to the modern age, St. Patrick's College Drumcondra, 2014 Conference Paper,

A guide to manuscript sources in TCD for the history of the Library in, editor(s)Vincent Kinane, Anne Walsh , in Essays on the history of Trinity College Library Dublin, Dublin, [Jane Maxwell] Book Chapter,

Research Expertise


ARCHIVES ADMINISTRATION; Early modern ireland, colonial communities; Eighteenth-Century Studies; eighteenth-century women writers; EPISTOLARY HISTORY; Ireland in the Eighteenth Century; MANUSCRIPT CURATION; Modern Irish history ; museums; The literary sources



Women's History Association of Ireland 2014