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Balazs Apor | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • “Sovietisation, Imperial Rule and the Stalinist Leader Cult in Central and Eastern Europe”, in Roisín Healy and Enrico del Lago (eds.), The Shadow of Colonialism on Europe’s Modern Past, Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2014, pp. 228-244.
  • “The Leader Cult in Communist Hungary, 1945-56: Propaganda, Institutional Background and Mass Media”, in Judith Devlin and Christoph Hendrik Müller (eds.), War of Words: Culture and the Mass Media in the Making of the Cold War in Europe, UCD Press, Dublin, 2013, pp. 18-29.
  • “‘Ignorance is bliss’: Cult-reception and Popular Indifference in Communist Hungary (1947-1956)”, in Benno Ennker and Heidi Hein-Kirchner (eds.): Der Führer im Europa des 20. Jahrhunderts. Herder-Institut, Marburg 2010, pp. 90-107.
  • “Communist Leader Cults in Eastern Europe: Concepts and Recent Debates”, in Anssi Halmesvirta (ed.), Cultic Revelations: Studies in Modern Historical Cult Personalities and Phenomena, Spectrum Hungarologicum, Vol. 4, 2010, Jyväskylä-Pécs, pp. 37-62.
  • Balázs Apor, Péter Apor and E. A. Rees (eds.), The Sovietization of Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on the Postwar Period, New Academia Publishing, Washington, DC, 2008.
  • Balázs Apor, Jan C. Behrends, Polly Jones and E. A. Rees (eds.), The Leader Cult in Communist Dictatorships: Stalin and the Eastern Bloc, Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2004.

Peter Arnds | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • "Lycanthropy in German Literature," Forthcoming in 2015, Palgrave MacMillan. 250pp.
  • "Bloodlines," in Monsters and the Monstrous: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 4.2 (Winter 2014/15), forthcoming in 2015.
  • "Wolf und nochmals Wolf: Zum Homo Scaer in Gunter Grass' Die Blechtrommel und Hundejahre," in FREIPASS. Eine Schriftenreihe der Günter und Ute Grass Stiftung, Ed. Volker Neuhaus, Jorg Phlipp Thomsa and Per Øhrgaard, pp. 244 - 258; March 2015
  • “Translating Survival, Translation as Survival in Primo Levi’s Se questo è un uomo (If this is a Man/Survival in Auschwitz),” in: Translation and Literature (Edinburgh University Press), 21/2012, 162‐74.
  • “Insularity and the Homo Sacer in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies,” forthcoming in: Insularity: Representations and Constructions of Small Worlds, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2015.
  • “Kaha’s Ungeziefer as an Encryption of the Author’s Specter,“ forthcoming in: Spectres of the Author, Jagiellonian University Press 2015.
  • “In the Company of Witches and Wolves: Biopolitics and Frau Holle from the Grimm Brothers to Edgar Hilsenrath.” Forthcoming in: Märchen, Mythen und Moderne: 200 Jahre Kinder und Hausmärchen der Brüder Grimm, Bern, New York: Peter Lang, 2015, 237‐46.
  • “Bodies in Transgression: On the Liminality between Humans and Animals in the Literature and Visual Arts of Mythical Realism,” forthcoming in Bodies in Movement: Intersecting Discourses of Materiality in the Science and Arts, Ashgate, 2015.
  • “Of Satire and Satyrs: The Monstrous and the Third Reich in Postmodern Culture about Eastern Europe,” in: Grotesque Revisited: Grotesque and Satyre in the Post/Modern Literature of Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. Laurynas Katkus, Cambridge Scholarly Publishing 2013, 20‐31.
  • “Of Rats, Wolves and Men: The Pied Piper as Gothic Revenant and Provenant in Wilhelm Raabe’s Die Hämelschen Kinder.” In: Popular Revenants: German Gothic in its InternaJonal Contexts, Ed. Andrew Cusack and Barry Murnane. Rochester, N.Y./London: Boydell&Brewer, Camden House, 2012, 308‐338.

Iain Atack | Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology | RSS Profile

  • Nonviolence in Political Theory, Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
  • “Pacifism and International Relations” in Patrick Hayden (editor), The Ashgate Research Companion to Ethics and International Relations, Ashgate, 2009,  pp. 183-198.
  • “Some Reflections on Transformative Nonviolence” in Luc Reychler, Julianne Funk Deckard and Kevin H. R. Villanueva (editors), Building Sustainable Futures:  Enacting Peace and Development, University of Deusto, Bilbao, 2009, pp. 239-244.
  • “Peace Studies and social change:  the role of ethics and human agency” Policy and Practice (9), 2009.
  • “NGOs as Agents of Cosmopolitan Values or Parochial Interests” in John O’Grady and Peter Scherle (editors), Ecumenics from the Rim, Lit Verlag, Berlin, 2007, pp. 353-361.
  • “Nonviolent political action and the limits of consent”, Theoria, December 2006.
  • The Ethics of Peace and War, Edinburgh University Press, 2005.
  • “Ethical Objections to Humanitarian Intervention”, Security Dialogue,Vol. 33, No. 3, September 2002.
  • “From Pacifism to War Resistance”, Peace & Change, Vol. 26, No. 2, April 2001.
  • "Four criteria of development NGO legitimacy", World Development, Vol. 27, No. 5, May 1999.

Juergen Barkhoff | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • ‘Wilhelm Tell als Schweizer und als Europäer. Im Kontext des Schweizer Europediskurses’ in editor, Peter André Alt, Schillers Europa, Königshausen & Neumann 2015 [in print]
  • ‘Belonging and Place in the Age of Globalisation: The case of Swiss Heimat’, in editor, Anna Paula Arnaut, Identity(ies), a multicultural approach, Coimbra, Coimbra University Press 2015 [in print].
  • ‘Kulturelles Gedächtnis und Mythenkorrekturen in Europa’ in, editor Birgit Lermen, Brücken bauen in Europa. Literatur, Werte und Europäische Identität, St. Augustin, Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung 2014, pp.283-293. [On cultural memory and the rewriting of national myths in Europe]
  • With Virve Anneli Vishman, ‘Introduction: The shaping of linguistic identity in Europe’ in editor(s) Virve Anneli Vishman, Kristiina Praakli,  Negotiating Linguistic Identity: Language and Belonging in Europe, Oxford, Bern, etc., Peter Lang 2013, pp1-32.
  • Jürgen Barkhoff, Valerie Heffernan (eds.), Schweiz schreiben. Zu Konstruktion und Dekonstruktion des Mythos Schweiz in der Gegenwartsliteratur , de Gruyter, 2010, VII+321pp. [On national myths of Switzerland in literature]
  • Die Katzen und die Schweiz. Zum Verhältnis von Familiengeschichte und Landesgeschichte in Thomas Hürlimanns Familientrilogie in, editor(s)Beatrice Sandberg , Familienbilder als Zeitbilder. Erzählte Zeitgeschichte(n) bei Schweizer Autoren vom 18. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart., Berlin, Frank & Timme, 2010, pp181 – 195. [On the interrelatedness of family history and national history in a prominent Swiss novel]
  • With Helmut Eberhart (eds.), Networking Across Borders and Frontiers. Demarcation and Connectedness in European Culture and SocietyCoimbra Group workshop in Graz, AustriaSeptember 2007, Peter Lang Verlag, 2009, 264pp.
  • ‘In der Mitte Europas? Zur kulturellen Identität der Schweiz' in Kathrin Pöge-Alder, Christel Köhle-Hetzinger (eds) , Europas Mitte Mitte Europas. Europa als kulturelle Konstruktion , Jena, Collegium Europaeum Jenense, 2008, pp39 – 55.
  • Perfecting nature – surpassing God. The dream of creating artificial humans around 1800. , Cultural History and Literary Imagination, Science, Technology and the German Cultural Imagination. Papers from the Conference 'The Fragile Tradition'Cambridge2002, edited by Christian Emden, David Midgley , 3, Peter Lang, Oxford, Bern, Berlin, 2005, pp39–55.
  • With Hartmut Böhme, Jeanne Riou (eds.), Netzwerke. Eine Kulturtechnik der Moderne, Böhlau Verlag Köln, Weimar, Wien, 2004, 359pp. [Networks as a cultural technique of modernity]

Lorna Carson | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • Carson, L., McMonagle, S. & Murphy, D. (2014). Multilingualism in Dublin. LUCIDE City Report. London: London School of Economics and Political Science.
  • Carson, L., McMonagle, S. & Skeivik, A. (2014). Multilingualism in Oslo. LUCIDE City Report. London: London School of Economics and Political Science.
  • Gibbes, M. & Carson, L. (2014). Project-based language learning: An activity theory analysis. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 8(2), 171-189.
  • Singleton, D., Aronin, L. & Carson, L. (2013). Minority language use in Ireland: The Time feature. In D. Singleton, J. Fishman, L. Aronin, & M. O Laoire (Eds.), Current multilingualism: A new linguistic dispensation (pp. 121–138). Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Carson, L. (2013). The LUCIDE network: Languages in Urban Communities – Integration and Diversity for Europe. European Journal of Applied Linguistics,1(2), 305-312.
  • Carson, L. (2013). An exploration of the roles of English in societal and individual multilingualism in Korea. In R. Bertoni (Ed.), EurKorea 2013 Acta: European perspectives of Korea (pp. 2–25). Turin: Trauben.
  • Carson, L. (2012). The role of drama in task-based learning: Agency, identity and autonomy. Scenario Journal for Drama and Theatre in Foreign and Second Language Education, 6(2), 46-59.
  • Carson, L., & Extra, G. (2010). Multilingualism in Dublin. Home language use among primary school children. Dublin: Trinity College / Tilburg University, 67pp.
  • Carson, L. (2008). Refugee agency and autonomy in English language acquisition. Translocations: The Irish Migration, Race and Social Transformation Review, 3(1).
  • Carson, L. (2007). Relatedness and learner autonomy: A case study of an adult refugee learning English. Reflections on English Language Teaching, 6(2), 21–38.
  • Carson, L. (2005). Multilingualism in Europe: A case study (2nd ed.). Brussels: Peter Lang, 118pp.

Anna Chahoud | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Book chapter: ‘Quid ago? Quid facimus? ‘Deliberative’ Indicative Questions from Early to Late Latin’, in James Adams and Nigel Vincent (eds), Early and Late Latin: Continuity and Change, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2016)
  • Book chapter: ‘Varro's Latin and Varro on Latin’ in R. Ferri and A. Zago (eds), The Latin of the Grammarians: Reflections about Language in the Roman World, Brepols (forthcoming 2015)
  • Edited book: Rome 14 AD – Dublin 2014: Commemorating Augustus at Trinity College Dublin, Dublin (forthcoming 2015)
  • Book chapter: ‘The Language of Roman Verse Satire’ in J. Clackson (ed.), Blackwell Companion to the Latin Language, Malden, MA and Oxford, Blackwell, 2011, pp367 – 383
  • Edited book (with E. Dickey): Colloquial and Literary Latin, Cambridge University Press, 2010
  • Book chapter: ‘Idiom(s) and literariness in classical literary criticism’ in Dickey and Chahoud (eds), Colloquial and Literary Latin, CUP 2010, pp42 - 64
  • Book chapter: ‘Romani ueteres atque urbani sales: a note on Cic. De Orat. 2.262 and Lucil. 173M’ inC.S. Kraus, J. Marincola, C. Pelling (eds), Ancient Historiography and Its Contexts: Studies in honour of A. J. Woodman, Oxford, OUP, 2010, pp87 - 96
  • Book chapter: ‘Alterità linguistica, latinitas e ideologia tra Lucilio e Cicerone’ in R. Oniga (ed.), Plurilinguismo letterario, Udine, 2008, pp38 - 56
  • Book chapter: ‘Antiquity and Authority in Nonius Marcellus’ in D. Scourfield (ed.), Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: Inheritance, Authority, and Change, Classical Press of Wales, 2007, pp69 - 96
  • Entries on classical translators John Potenger (1647-1733), Floyer Sydenham (1710-1787), Thomas Twining (1735-1804), William Broom (1689-1745), Christopher Pitt (1699-1748), George Adams (1698-1768?) in New Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004

Paul Delaney | School of English | RSS Profile

  • Seán O’Faoláin: Literature, Inheritance and the 1930s (Irish Academic Press, 2014), 280pp
  • ‘An Almost Untilled Field’: Pádraig Mac Gréine, Annie Power and Béaoloideas’, in Anne Markey and Anne O’Connor, eds. Folklore and Modern Irish Writing (Irish Academic Press, 2014), 48-63
  • William Trevor: Revaluations, co-ed. with Michael Parker (Manchester University Press, 2013), 226pp
  • ‘Tinkers’, Irish University Review 40: 1 (2010), 169-172
  • Reading Colm Tóibín, ed. (Liffey Press, 2008), 225pp.
  • ‘A discourse on Irish nomadism: Travellers and Irish writing’, in Borbála Faragó and Moynagh Sullivan, eds. Facing the Other: Interdisciplinary Essays on Race, Gender and Social Justice in Ireland (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008), 232-253
  • ‘Privileged perspectives and subverted types’, in Portraying Irish Travellers: Histories and Representations, eds. Ciara Breathnach and Aoife Bhreathnach (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007), 46-64
  • ‘A lack of invention: Corkery, criticism and minor fatigue’, The Irish Review 33 (2005), 96-109
  • ‘Stories from below: Sean Maher and Nan Joyce’, Studies 93: 372 (2004), 461-472
  • ‘Representations of Travellers in the 1880s and 1900s’, Irish Studies Review 9: 1 (2001), 53-68

Anne Dolan | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Anne Dolan, Commemorating the Irish civil war: history and memory, 1923-2000 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), xii, 238p.  Paperback edition (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)
  • Anne Dolan & Cormac K.H. O’Malley (eds), ‘No surrender here!’  The civil war papers of Ernie O’Malley 1922-1924 (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2007), lxxviii, 642p
  • Anne Dolan, ‘Killing and Bloody Sunday, November 1920’, The Historical Journal, 49 (3), 2006, pp 789-810
  • Anne Dolan, ‘The British culture of paramilitary violence in the Irish war of independence’, in John Horne & Robert Gerwarth (eds), War in peace: paramilitary violence in Europe after the Great War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp 200-15. Translated editions: Italian (Milan: Bruno Mondadori, 2013),German (Göttingen: Wallstein, 2013), Finnish (Helsinki: Vastapaino, 2013), Lithuanian (Vilnius: Mintis, 2013), Serbian (Belgrade: Arhipelag, 2013), Ukrainian (Kiev: Laurus, 2013), Bulgarian (Sofia: KX Critique and Humanism, 2014), Russian (Moscow: Novoe Literature Obrozrenie, 2014)
  • Anne Dolan, ‘Divisions and divisions and divisions: who to commemorate?’ in John Horne & Edward Madigan (eds), Towards commemoration: Ireland in war and revolution, 1912-1923 (Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 2013), pp 145-53
  • Anne Dolan, ‘It is not possible for this history to be truthful’, in Katie Holmes & Stuart Ward (eds), Exhuming passions: the pressure of the past in Ireland and Australia (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2011), pp 19-36.  Australian and New Zealand edition (University of Western Australia Press, 2012).
  • Anne Dolan, ‘“The shadow of a great fear”: terror and counter-terror in Ireland’, in David Fitzpatrick (ed.), Terror in Ireland, 1916-23: Trinity History Workshop (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2012), pp 26-38
  • Anne Dolan, ‘Embodying the memory of war and civil war’, in Oona Frawley (ed.), Memory Ireland: volume 1 history and modernity (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press, 2011), pp 129-41
  • Anne Dolan, Patrick Geoghegan & Darryl Jones (eds), Reinterpreting Emmet: essays on the life and legacy of Robert Emmet (Dublin: UCD Press, 2007), vii, 258p
  • Anne Dolan, ‘Ending war in a “sportsmanlike manner”: the milestone of revolution, 1919-23’, in Thomas Hachey (ed.), Turning points in twentieth century Irish history (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2011), pp 21-38

Luna Dolezal | Department of Philosophy | RSS Profile

  • Monograph: The Body and Shame: Phenomenology, Feminism and the Socially Shaped Body (Lexington Books, 2015).
  • Journal Article: Considering the Phenomenology of Pregnancy in Commercial Surrogacy: A Response to Bronwyn Parry. Medical Humanities (forthcoming, 2015).
  • Journal Article: Representing Posthuman Embodiment: Considering Disability and the Case of Aimee Mullins. Women’s Studies: An Inter-Disciplinary Journal (forthcoming, Spring 2016).
  • Journal Article: The Body, Gender and Biotechnology in Jeanette Winterson’s The Stone Gods. Literature and Medicine. Vol. 33, No. 1, Spring 2015.
  • Journal Article: Thinking through the Body with Richard Shusterman. International Journal of Philosophical Studies. Vol. 22, No. 1, 2014. [Critical Notice]
  • Book Chapter: The Phenomenology of Intercorporeality in the Case of Commercial Surrogacy. In Body/Self/Other: The Phenomenology of Social Encounters. Edited by Luna Dolezal and Danielle Petherbridge. State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
  • Book Chapter: Encountering the Other: Philosophical Perspectives, co-authored with Danielle Petherbridge. In Body/Self/Other: The Phenomenology of Social Encounters. Edited by Luna Dolezal and Danielle Petherbridge. State University of New York Press, forthcoming.
  • Newspaper Article: “Unthinkable: Should We Ever Be Ashamed of Our Bodies?” Interview with Joe Humphreys, Education Correspondent with The Irish Times. February 2014, accessible online.
  • Book Chapter: Morphological Freedom and Medicine: Constructing the Posthuman Body. In The Edinburgh Companion to Critical Medical Humanities. Edited by Angela Woods and Anne Whitehead. Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming.

Jennifer Edmond | Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science | RSS Profile

Daniel Faas | School of Social Sciences and Philosophy | RSS Profile

  • Fine-Davis, M. & Faas, D. (2014) Equality and diversity issues in the classroom: A comparative study in six European countries, Social Indicators Research 119(3): 1319-1334.
  • Faas, D. (ed.) (2013) Ethnic Diversity and Schooling in National Education Systems: Issues of Policy and Identity, Special Issue of Education Inquiry 4(1): 1-213.
  • Faas, D. & Ross, W. (2012) Identity, Diversity and Citizenship: A critical analysis of textbooks and curricula in Irish schools, International Sociology 27(4): 574-91.
  • O’Connor, L. & Faas, D. (2012) The Impact of Migration on National Identity in a Globalized World: A comparison of civic education curricula in England, France and Ireland, Irish Educational Studies 31(1): 51-66.
  • Faas, D. (2011) Between Ethnocentrism and Europeanism? An exploration of the effects of migration and European integration on curricula and policies in Greece, Ethnicities 11(2): 163-83.
  • Faas, D. (2011) A Civic Rebalancing of British Multiculturalism? An analysis of geography, history and citizenship education curricula and policies, Educational Review 63(2): 143-158.
  • Faas, D. (2009) Reconsidering Identity: the ethnic and political dimensions of hybridity among majority and Turkish youth in Germany and England, British Journal of Sociology 60(2): 299-320.
  • Faas, D. (2008) From Foreigner Pedagogy to Intercultural Education: an analysis of the German responses to diversity and its impacts on schools and students, European Educational Research Journal 7(1): 108-23.
  • Faas, D. (2008) Constructing Identities: the ethno-national and nationalistic identities of white and Turkish students in two English secondary schools, British Journal of Sociology of Education 29(1): 37-48.
  • Faas, D. (2007) Turkish Youth in the European Knowledge Economy: exploring their responses to Europe and the role of social class and school dynamics for their identities, European Societies 9(4): 573-99.

Roja Fazaeli | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • Guest Editor, Religion and Human Rights: An International Journal, September 2015
  • “Human Rights and Religion” in, editor(s)Michael Goodhart , Human Rights Politics and Practice, New York, Oxford University Press, 2015
  • “The Iranian Women's Movement: A Narrative of Hope and Loss” in, editor(s)Peter Admirand, Loss and Hope: Global, Interreligious and Interdisciplinary Perspective, London, Bloomsbury, 2014
  • “Family Code and Marriage laws in Iran” in, editor(s) Peter Losocnzi et al, The Future of Political Theology: Religious and Theological Perspectives, Ashgate, 2013, pp143 – 159.
  • “Martyred Women and Humiliated Men” in, editor(s) Fineman, Martha and Thomson, Michael, Exploring Masculinities: Feminist Legal Theory Reflections, Ashgate, 2013
  • “In search of Iranian Feminisms: A Study of Iranian Women’s Movement” in Chitra Raghavan and James P. Levine (ed.), Women’s Rights in the Changing Islamic World, New England University Press, July 2012, chapter 10
  • “Convention on Elimination of all Forms of Discriminations Against Women,” The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Islam and Women, Oxford University Press, 2013
  • “International Laws and Treaties on Women's Status,” The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Islam and Women, Oxford University Press, 2013
  • “UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM),” The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Islam and Women, Oxford University Press, 2013
  • “Women’s Rights,” The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Islam and Women, Oxford University Press, 2013
  • “Jihad and Martyrdom in Historical Perspective: From Aisha to the Daughters of Olive,” a paper written for the Abrahamic Project, The Junction and the Irish School of Ecumenics, 2012, pp. 1–19
  • Co-authored with Mirjam Künkler, “Of alima, vaizes, and mujtahidas: New Opportunities for Old Role Models?” in Hilary Kalmbach, and Masooda Banoo (eds.), Women, Leadership and Mosques, Brill, 2012, pp. 127–161
  • Co-authored with Elizabeth Bucar, “Free speech in Weblogestan? The Off–Line Consequences of On–Line Discourse,” International Journal of Middle–Eastern Studies 40:3, Aug. 2008, pp. 403–419
  • “Contemporary Iranian Feminism: Identity, Rights and Interpretations,” Muslim World Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Article 8, Sept. 2007, pp. 1–24

Monica Gale | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Ed., with David Scourfield, Texts and Violence in the Roman World (Cambridge UP, forthcoming)
  • ‘Virgil’s Caesar: Intertextuality and Ideology’, in J. Farrell and D.P. Nelis (edd.), Augustan Poetry and the Roman Republic (Oxford UP, 2013), 278–96
  • Virgil on the Nature of Things: The Georgics, Lucretius and the Didactic Tradition (Cambridge UP, 2000)

Siobhán Garrrigan | Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology | RSS Profile

  • The Real Peace Process: Worship, Politics and the End of Sectarianism (London: Taylor and Francis, 2010)
  • Beyond Ritual: Sacramental Theology after Habermas (Abingdon, Oxon: Ashgate, 2004) - Monograph
  • Common Worship in Theological Education (Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2009), co-edited with Todd L. Johnson - Edited Volume
  • LITURGY: New and Borrowed Rites 23: 1 (2008) co-edited with Janet R. Walton - Edited Volume
  • ‘Irish Theology as White Theology: A Case of Mistaken Identity?’, Modern Theology 30:2 (April 2014), pp.193–218. - Article
  • ‘When Bodies Met Galleries: How Performance Art Changed the Art World’s View of Painting’, Journal of Modernism/Modernity 20:3 (September 2013), pp.585–588. - Article
  • ‘Queer Worship: Theology and Queer Theory in Liturgical Practice’, Theology and Sexuality 52:3 (2009), pp.211–230. - Article
  • ‘A Flagging Peace: Symbolism and the Peace Process in Ireland’ in Claudio Carvalhaes, ed,. Liturgy and Post-colonialism (New York: Palgrave, 2015). - Chapter
  • ‘Forgetting without Forgiving: The State of the Peace in Ireland, North and South’ in Andrea Bieler and Hans-Martin Guttman, eds., After Violence: Religion, Trauma and Reconciliation (Leipzig: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 2011), pp.167-179. - Chapter
  • ‘Crediting Worship: Multicultural Chapels in the University Curriculum’ in Siobhán Garrigan and Todd Johnson, Common Worship in Theological Education (Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 2009), pp.179­–199.- Chapter

Daniel Geary | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Beyond Civil Rights: The Moynihan Report and Its Legacy (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).
  • Radical Ambition: C. Wright Mills, the Left, and American Social Thought, (University of California Press, 2009)
  • “Liberalism and the New Left Reconsidered” in Richard Flacks and Nelson Lichtenstein, eds., The Port Huron Statement: Reflections on the New Left’s Founding Statement (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).
  • “‘The Way I Would Feel if I Were in San Quentin’: Johnny Cash and the Politics of Country Music,” Daedalus 142 (Fall 2013), 64-72.
  • “Children of The Lonely Crowd: David Riesman, the Young Radicals, and the Splitting of Liberalism,” Modern Intellectual History 10 (Nov. 2013), 603-33.
  • “Resisting the ‘Wind of Change’:  The White Citizens’ Councils and       
    European Decolonization” in Manfred Berg and Cornelius Van Minnen, eds., The U.S. South and Europe (University of Kentucky Press, 2013), 265-79 (with Jennifer Sutton).
  • “Racial Liberalism, the Moynihan Report, and the Daedalus Project on    the ‘Negro American,’” Daedalus 140 (Winter 2011), 53-66.
  • “‘Becoming International Again’:  C. Wright Mills and the Emergence of a Global New Left, 1956-1962,” Journal of American History 95 (Dec. 2008), 710-36.
  • “Carey McWilliams and Antifascism, 1934-1943,” Journal of American History 90 (Dec. 2003), 912-34.

Patrick Geoghegan | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • 'Rising and Union, 1791-1801' Alvin Jackson (editor), The Oxford Handbook of Modern Irish History, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2014, pp 497 – 513.
  • Liberator: the life and death of Daniel O’Connell, 1830-1847.  Gill and Macmillan, 2010 [also available internationally as an e-book].  xi +303 pages.
  • Contributed 396 major entries to the Royal Irish Academy’s Dictionary of Irish Biography project (  This 9 volume work was published by Cambridge University Press in 2009.
  • King Dan: the rise of Daniel O’Connell, 1775-1829.  Gill and Macmillan, 2008.  [also available internationally as an e-book].  xi + 337 pages. 
  • Reinterpreting Emmet: essays on the life and legacy of Robert Emmet.  UCD Academic Press.  Dublin, 2007.  Edited with Anne Dolan and Darryl Jones.  258 pages. 
  • ‘Prophecy and Posterity: Robert Emmet in America’.  In Reinterpreting Emmet (2007).pp 170-184.
  • The Irish Act of Union, 1800.  Irish Academic Press. Dublin, 2003.  Edited with Michael Brown and James Kelly.  246 pages
  • Robert Emmet: a life.  Gill and Macmillan.  Dublin, 2002.  McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003.  2nd edition 2004.  Named one of the Irish Times outstanding books of the year and was one of the bestselling Irish history books in 2003.  xvii + 348 pages.
  • Lord Castlereagh.  Historical Association of Ireland.  Dundalk, 2002.  71 pages.
  • The Irish Act of Union.  Gill and Macmillan.  Dublin, 1999.  St. Martin’s Press, 2000.  Named one of the Choice outstanding academic titles for 2000. xii + 290 pages. 

James Hanrahan | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • Le voyage “philosophique” de l’Amiral Anson, Revue Voltaire, vol.15, 2015 (forthcoming)
  • ‘Writings on the pays de Gex salt indemnity’ in Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire, Oeuvres de 1775-1776, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2014, 231 - 271
  • ‘The removal of the pays de Gex from the Cinq grosses fermes (1760-1775)’, Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire, Oeuvres de 1775, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2014, 1 - 37
  • ‘Voltaire and the tithes of Ferney’, in Complete Works of Voltaire, Writings of 1763-1764, Simon Davies, James Hanrahan et al. (eds), Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2014, 197 - 241
  • ‘Au roi en son conseil’; ‘Petit écrit sur l'arrêt du conseil du 13 septembre 1774’, in Nicholas Cronk (ed.), Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire, vol. 76, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 2013, 403 - 437

Poul Holm | School of History and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Holm, P., Arne Jarrick, Dominic Scott, (2014) Humanities World Report 2015 (London: Palgrave)
  • Holm, P., Goodsite, M., Cloetingh, S., Vanheusden, B., Yusoff, K., Agnoletti, M., Bedřich, M., Lang, D., Leemans, R., Oerstroem Moeller, J., Pardo Buendia, M., Pohl, W., Sors, A. & Zondervan, R. (2013), Collaboration between the Natural, Social and Human Sciences in Global Change Studies, Environmental Science and Policy 28, 25 – 35
  • Pálsson, G., Crumley, C., Hackmann, H., Holm, P., Ingram, J., Kirman, A., Marks, J., Pardo Buenída, M., Sörlin, S., Szerszynski, B. (2013), Challenges of the Anthropocene: Contributions from Social Sciences and Humanities for the Changing Human Condition. Environmental Science and Policy, 28, 3 - 13
  • Holm, P. (in press (a)), Historical fishing communities. K. Schwerdtner Máñez & B. Poulsen (eds.), Perspectives on Oceans Past: A Handbook of Marine Environmental History. Springer
  • Holm, P. (2014), Learning from Asian and Indo-Pacific fisheries history. J. Christensen, M. Tull (eds.), Historical Perspectives of Fisheries Exploitation in the Indo-Pacific. Dordrecht:, Springer Science+Business Media , 2014, 269 – 272
  • Holm, P. (2013). World War II and the 'Great Acceleration' of North Atlantic fisheries. Global Environment 10, 66-91
  • Holm, P., (2010). Oceans and Seas. W. McNeill et al. (eds.), Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, Second Edition,  Berkshire Publishing Group, 1860-1866
  • van Voss, LH & Holm, P. (2006), 'Close encounters with the Dutch'. in S Cavaciocchi (ed.), Ricchezza del Mare secc. XIII-XVIII: Istituto Internazionale di storia economica "E Datini" Prato, Serie II - Atti delle "Settimane di Studi" e altri Convegni. 37. Firenze : Le Monnier, 147-178
  • Holm, P. (2015), Manning and Paying the Hiberno-Norse Dublin Fleet. E. Purcell, P. MacCotter, J. Nyhan & J. Sheehan (eds.), Clerics, kings and Vikings: essays on medieval Ireland in honour of Donnchadh Ó Corráin , Dublin: Four Courts Press
  • Holm, P. (2014), The Slave's Tale in, editor(s)S. Booker & C. Peters, Tales of Medieval Dublin. Dublin: Four Courts Press

John Horne | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • (with Robert Gerwarth), War in Peace. Paramilitary Violence in Europe after the Great War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 256 (translated into 8 languages)
  • La guerre totale: le tournant de 1914-1915 (Paris: Tallandier, 2010), pp. 343.
  • A Companion to World War One (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. xxviii + 696.
  • (with Alan Kramer), German Atrocities, 1914. A History of Denial (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001), pp. xv + 608. German translation, Hamburger Edition, Hamburg, 2003. French translation, Editions Tallandier, Paris, 2005)
  • ‘The Great War at its Centenary’, in Jay Winter (ed.), Cambridge History of the First World War (Cambridge: CUP, 2014), vol. 3, pp. 618-639.
  • ‘Beyond Cultures of Victory and Defeat? Inter-war Veteran Internationalism,’ in   Julia Eichenberg and Paul Newman (eds.), The Great War and Veterans’ Internationalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave- Macmillan, 2013), pp. 207-22.
  • Guerres prémonitoires? Visions croisées des conflits balkaniques (1912-1913). France et Grande-Bretagne,’ Francia, (German Historical Institute, Paris, 40, 2013, pp. 455-64)
  • (with Robert Gerwarth) ‘Vectors of Violence: Paramilitarism in Europe after the Great War, 1917-1923,’ Journal of Modern History, 83, September 2011, pp. 489-512.
  • ‘Guerres et réconciliations européennes au 20e siècle’, in Jean-Noël Jeanneney (ed.), Les 27 leçons d’histoire (Paris, Le Seuil, 2009), pp. 137-45 (abridged version) and in Vingtième siècle, 104, 2009, pp. 3-15 (full version).
  • ‘Demobilizing the Mind: France and the Legacy of the Great War, 1919-1939’, French History and Civilization, 2, 2009, pp. 101-19 (also on

Nicholas Johnson | School of Drama, Film and Music | RSS Profile

  • The Neatness of Identifications: Transgressing Beckett’s Genres in Ireland and Northern Ireland, 2000-2015,” in Staging Beckett Vol. 2, Bloomsbury (forthcoming)
  • “Void Cannot Go: Trauma and Actor Process in the Theatre of Samuel Beckett,” in Beckett and Trauma, Palgrave (forthcoming)
  • Journal of Beckett Studies: “The Performance Issue.” 23.1 (2014), Edinburgh UP. Co-editor of volume and co-author of “Introduction” (1-10) and “Dossier: The Samuel Beckett Laboratory 2013” (73-94). DOI: 10.3366/jobs.2014.0083 and 10.3366/jobs.2014.0087.
  • “A Theatre of the Unword: Censorship, Hegemony and Samuel Beckett,” in The Rest is History: Performing Ireland and the Historical Imagination (Palgrave, 2014), 36-54.
  • “A Spectrum of Fidelity, an Ethic of Impossibility: Directing Beckett,” in The Plays of Samuel Beckett (Methuen/Bloomsbury, Critical Companion Series, 2013), 152-64.
  • “Performative Criticism: Beckett and Duthuit,” Journal of Art Historiography (Vol. 9, 2013), 1-10.
  • “Language, Multiplicity, Void: The Radical Politics of the Beckettian Subject”, Theatre Research International 37:1 (Cambridge UP, 2012), 38-48. DOI: 10.1017/S0307883311000757
  • “Analogue Krapp in a Digital Culture,” Journal of Beckett Studies 20.2 (2011), 213-220. DOI: 10.3366/jobs.2011.0022
  • “Theatrum Philosophicum: A Platonic Turn in Theatre Scholarship,” Forum Modernes Theater 25.2 (2010): 173-78. DOI: 10.1353/fmt.2010.0019
  • “Unfrozen Music: Beckett in the Museum,” Museum Ireland, Vol. 19: 36-41.

Maureen Junker-Kenny | Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology | RSS Profile

  • Religion and Public Reason. A Comparison of the Positions of John Rawls, Jürgen Habermas and Paul Ricoeur (Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2014), 322pp. (currently in translation into Arabic by Jadawel Publ., Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Habermas and Theology (London/New York: T & T Clark/Continuum, 2011) (Series: Philosophy and Theology), 213 pp.
  • Co-Editor (with H. Häring/D. Mieth), Creating Identity - Biographical, Moral, Religious, Concilium 2000/2 (London, S.C.M. Press, 2000), 141pp.
  • Co-editor and contributor  (with C. Russell/ L. Hogan), Ethics for Graduate Researchers: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach (Oxford/...: Elsevier, 2013), 260 pp.

Jeffrey Kallen | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • (2015) 'Actually, it's unfair to say that I was throwing stones': Comparative perspectives on uses of actually in ICE-Ireland. In Pragmatic Markers in Irish English, ed. Carolina P. Amador-Moreno, Kevin McCafferty, and Elaine Vaughan, pp. 136–156. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • (2014). The political border and linguistic identities in Ireland: what can the linguistic landscape tell us? In Language, Borders and Identity, ed. Dominic Watt and Carmen Llamas, pp. 154–168. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • (2013) Irish English: Volume 2 – The Republic of Ireland. Dialects of English, vol. 9. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. 313pp.
  • (2012). Varieties of English: English in Ireland. In Historical Linguistics of English: An International Handbook, vol. 2, ed. Alexander Bergs and Laurel Brinton, pp. 1961–1976. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • (2010). (Jeffrey L. Kallen and Esther Ní Dhonnacha). Language and inter-language in urban Irish and Japanese linguistic landscapes. In Linguistic Landscape in the City, ed. Elana Shohamy, Eliezer Ben-Rafael, and Monica Barni, pp. 19-36. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
  • (2010). Changing landscapes: language, space and policy in the Dublin linguistic landscape. In Semiotic Landscapes: Language, Image, Space, ed. Adam Jaworski and Crispin Thurlow, pp. 41-58. London: Continuum.
  • (2009). Tourism and representation in the Irish linguistic landscape. In Linguistic Landscape: Expanding the Scenery, ed. Elana Shohamy and Durk Gorter, pp. 270-283. London: Routledge.
  • (2005) Politeness in Ireland: '… In Ireland, it's done without being said'. In Politeness in Europe, ed. Leo Hickey and Miranda Stewart, pp. 130-144. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
  • (2002) L'idée de nation: le timbre-post grec (1924-1982). In Sémiologie et Herméneutique du timbre-poste, ed. David Scott (= Protée 30/2), pp. 73-84.
  • (2000) Two languages, two borders, one island: some linguistic and political borders in Ireland. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 145: 29–63. + Reprinted (2006) in World Englishes: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, ed. Kingsley Bolton and Braj B. Kachru, pp. 337–368. London: Routledge.

Jarlath Killeen | School of English | RSS Profile

  • The Emergence of Irish Gothic Fiction: History, Texts, Theories (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013)
  • The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde. London: Ashgate, 2007.
  • Gothic Ireland: Horror and the Irish Anglican Imagination in the Long Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press, October 2005.
  • The Faiths of Oscar Wilde: Catholicism, Folklore and Ireland. London: Palgrave Macmillan, October 2005.
  • Bram Stoker: Centenary Essays (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013) (Edited)
  • Oscar Wilde: Irish Writers and Their Work. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2010 (Edited)
  • ‘Muscling Up: Bram Stoker and Irish Masculinity in The Snake’s Pass’. Irish Gothics: Genres, Forms, Modes and Traditions, 1760-1890 eds Christina Morin and Niall Gillespie (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), 168-87.
  • ‘Introduction: Remembering Stoker’, Bram Stoker: Centenary Essays (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013), 15-36.
  • ‘An Irish Carmilla?’ Carmilla: An Edition with Critical Essays, ed. Kathleen Costello-Sullivan. New York: University of Syracuse Press, 2013, pp. 99-109.
  • ‘Wilde, the Fairy Tales, and the Oral Tradition’. Oscar Wilde in Context, eds, Peter Raby and Kerry Powell. Cambridge University Press, 2013. 186-94.

Joan Lalor | School of Nursing and Midwifery | RSS Profile

  • Lalor, JG, Begley, C, Galavan, E. (2009) Recasting Hope: A process of adaptation following fetal anomaly diagnosis. Social Science and Medicine, 68, (3), p462-72.
  • Lalor, J, Devane, D. & Begley, C. (2007) Unexpected diagnosis of fetal abnormality: Women's encounters with caregivers, Birth, 34, (1), p80 – 88
  • Lawler, D., Lalor, J., & Begley, C, Challenges and barriers encountered by women with a disability when accessing maternity services: a literature review, International Journal of Childbirth, 3, (4), 2014, p203 – 217
  • Lalor, JG, Thirty years after Article 40.3.3: Ireland is to legislate finally for termination of pregnancy, MIDIRS Digest, June , 2013, p187 - 192
  • Lalor, J (2015) Giving Bad and Ambiguous News In: Prenatal and Preimplantation Diagnosis: The Burden of Choice (Joann Galst and Marion Verp (Eds) Springer Publishing. - Chapter

Denise Lawler | School of Nursing and Midwifery | RSS Profiles

  • Lawler D. Begley C. & Lalor J.(2015) (Re)constructing Myself: the process of transition to motherhood for women with a disability, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2015 (in press)
  • Lawler, D., Lalor, J., & Begley, C. (2014) Challenges and barriers encountered by women with a disability when accessing maternity services: a literature review, International Journal of Childbirth, 3, (4), p203 - 217
  • Sheerin, F., Keenan, P., and Lawler, D. (2013) Mothers with Intellectual Disabilities: Interactions with Children and Family Services in Ireland, British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 41, (3), p189 - 196
  • Lawler D. (2010), Women with disabilities: the midwife's role and responsibilities., The Practising Midwife, 13, (1), p20-3
  • Begley, C., Higgins, A., Lalor, J., Sheerin, F., Alexander, J., Nicholl, H., Lawler, D., Keenan, P., Tuohy, T., Kavanagh, R. (2010) The strengths and weaknesses of publicly-funded Irish health services provided to women with disabilities in relation to pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood, Dublin, National Disability Authority
  • Begley, C., Higgins, A., Lalor, J., Alexander, J., Nicholl, H., Lawler, D., Keenan, P., Tuohy, T., Kavanagh, R. (2009) Women with disabilities: policies governing procedure and practice in service provision in Ireland during pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood, Dublin, National Disability Authority
  • Begley, C., Lawler, D., Lalor, J., Higgins, A., Sheerin, F., Nicholl, H., Alexander, J., Keenan, P., Tuohy., T. & Kavanagh, R. (2009), Women with Disabilities: Policies Governing Procedure and Practice in Service Provision in Ireland During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Early Motherhood, Dublin, National Disability Authority

Catherine Lawless | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Sexuality and depictions of the female saint in medieval Tuscan in, editor(s) Melanie L. Marshall, Linda L. Carroll, Katherine A.McIver , Sexualities, Textualities, Art and Music in Early Modern Italy. Playing with Boundaries, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2014, pp75 – 94
  • Sensing the Image: Gender, Piety and Images in Late Medieval Tuscany, Open Arts Journal, (4), 2014, p62 – 74
  • 'Viva il Popolo': Civic Identity and Female Sanctity in Medieval Florence in, editor(s)Sandra Cardarelli, Emily Jane Anderson, John Richards , Art and Identity: Visual Culture and Religion in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012, [Catherine Lawless]
  • 'Representation, Religion, Gender and Space' in, editor(s)Frances Andrews , Ritual and Space in the Middle Ages, Donnington, Shaun Tyas, 2011, pp232 – 258.
  • Ciara Breathnach, Catherine Lawless (eds),, Visual, Material and Print Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2010.
  • Catherine Lawless, 'The Virgin's Grandmother', Journal of Medieval History, 36, 2010, p359 – 373.
  • 'Devotion and Representation in Nineteenth-Century Ireland' in, editor(s)Ciara Breathnach, Catherine Lawless , Visual, Material and Print Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2010, pp50 – 57.
  • 'Lover of Widows: St Jerome and Female Piety' in, editor(s)Conor Kostick , Medieval Italy, Medieval and Early Modern Women: Studies in Honour of Christine E. Meek, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2010, pp231 – 242.
  • Franco Sacchetti and 'Modern Saints', Kate Jansen, Joanna Drell, Frances Andrews, Medieval Italy: A Documentary History, University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press, 2009, pp385 – 389.
  • Catherine Lawless, Myth, Ritual and Orthodoxy at San Marco: Cosimo de' Medici and His Saints, Cultural and Social History: The Journal of the Social History Society, 2, (3), 2005, p274 – 299

Caitriona Leahy | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • C. Leahy, “Disturbing Anselm Kiefer”, in: Mary Fulbrook, Stephanie Bird (eds), Disturbing Pasts. Reverberations of the Second World War in Europe after 1945. London: Bloomsbury Press, 2015. (forthcoming)
  • C. Leahy, “Saving the Present: Anselm Kiefer as self-archivist”, in: Edinburgh German Yearbook 9 (2015). Special Issue: Archive and Memory in German-language Literature and Culture. (forthcoming)
  • Caitríona Leahy, 'Der wahre Historiker'. Ingeborg Bachmann and the Problem of Witnessing History, Würzburg, Königshausen und Neumann, 2007.
  • Caitríona Leahy, Bernadette Cronin (eds), Re-acting to Ingeborg Bachmann. New Essays and Performances (with CD and DVD), Würzburg, Königshausen und Neumann, 2006.
  • Gilbert J. Carr, Caitríona Leahy (eds), Fünfzig Jahre Staatsvertrag: Schreiben, Identität und das unabhängige Österreich. The State Treaty Fifty Years on: Writing, Identity and Austrian Independence. Internationales Symposium, Trinity College, Dublin, 25.–26. November 2005., Munich, iudicium, 2008.

Lorraine Leeson | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • Leeson, Lorraine, Miranda Stewart, Casey Ferrara, Ivy Drexel, Peter Nilsson and Marlon Cooper (in press) A President for all of the Irish”: Performing Irishness in an interpreted Inaugural Presidential Speech. To appear in Stone, Christopher and Lorraine Leeson (eds) Interpreting and the Politics of Recognition. London: Routledge.
  • Napier, Jemina and Lorraine Leeson (in press) Sign Language in Action. Palgrave.
  • Leeson, Lorraine and John Saeed (in press) Embodiment in Passives in Irish Sign Language. In Terry Janzen, Sherman Wilcox and Barbara Shaffer (eds). Cognitive Sign Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.
  • Leeson, Lorraine, Haaris Sheikh and Myriam Vermeerbergen (2015) The super highway or the slow lane? Evaluating challenges in creating new learning spaces for interpreters. In Suzanne Ehlrich and Jemina Napier (eds.) Digital Education in Interpreter Education: Fostering Innovation, Change & Community Engagement. Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press. 153-206.
  • Leeson, Lorraine, Asim A. Sheikh, Ilana Rozanes, Carmel Grehan and Patrick A. Matthews (2014). Critical Care Required: Access to interpreted healthcare in Ireland. In Melanie Metzger and Brenda Nicodemus (eds.) Investigations in Healthcare Interpreting. Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press. 185-233.
  • Leeson, Lorraine and John Saeed (2012) Irish Sign Language. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Leeson, Lorraine (2005) Vying with Variation: Interpreting Language Contact, Gender Variation and Generational Difference. In Terry Janzen (ed.) Topics in Signed Language Interpreting. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 251-292.
  • Leeson, Lorraine and Carmel Grehan (2004) To the Lexicon and Beyond: The Effect of Gender on Variation in Irish Sign Language. In Van Herreweghe , Mieke and Myriam Vermeerbergen (eds.) To the Lexicon and Beyond: Sociolinguistics in European Deaf Communities. Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press. 39-73.

Stephen Matterson | School of English | RSS Profile

  • Herman Melville: Fashioning in Modernity. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2014. 232pp.
  • Forever Young: The Changing Images of the United States, edited with Philip Coleman.  Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2012. 275pp.
  • Rebound: The American Poetry Book.  Collection of critical essays, commissioned and edited with Michael Hinds.  Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi Press, 2004.  208pp.
  • “American Modernism from the 30s to the 50s” in The Cambridge History of Modernist Poetry eds Lee Jenkins and Alex Davis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  Spring 2015.
  • “John Berryman’s Dream Songs” in New Casebook on American Poetry since 1945 (Palgrave Macmillan) ed Eleanor Spencer-Regan
  • “Three beginnings - William Carlos Williams and In the American Grain in Maria Stuart, Fionnghuala Sweeney, Fionnuala Dillane eds, Maintaining a Place Conditions of Metaphor in Modern American Literature, Dublin: UCD Press, 2014, pp96 – 110.
  • “The Present Tense: Beneficent Anaesthesia in Anthony Hecht’s Poetry, POST: A Review of Poetry Studies (online journal), V, (1), 2014, p15 – 31.
  • “New Configurations: The Framing of Pocahontas” in The Irish Reader: Essays for John Devitt, eds Michael Hinds, Peter Denman, Margaret Kellegher.  Otior Press, Mater Dei Institute, 2007.  pp. 99-109.

Moray McGowan | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • '"Kikeriki! kikeriki!" Ein ost-west-östlicher Blick auf das deutsche Teilungspathos bei Emine Sevgi Özdamar‘ in: Margrid Bircken & Andreas Degen (eds.): Reizland DDR. Deutungen und Selbstdeutungen literarischer West-Ost-Migration, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015, pp. 327 – 342.
  • '“Stadt und Schädel", “Reisende" and “Verlorene": City, Self and Survival in Herta Müller's Reisende auf einem Bein in: Brigid Haines & Lyn Marven (eds.): Herta Müller, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. 64 - 83
  • ‘Fatzer's Footprints: Brecht's Fatzer and the GDR theatre’ in Laura Bradley & Karen Leeder (eds.): Brecht and the GDR. Politcs, Culture, Posterity, Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2011, pp. 201 – 222.
  • ‘Zafer Şenocak's Gefährliche Verwandtschaft’ in: Stuart Taberner (ed.): The Novel in German since 1990, Cambridge University Press 2011, pp. 79 – 93.
  • ‘The Tash her Father Wore: World Literature, Joyce, Kafka and the Invisible in Kemal Kurt's Ja, sagt Molly’ in: Barbara Burns & Joy Charnley (eds.): Crossing Frontiers. Cultural Exchange and Conflict, Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 2010, pp. 42 – 53.
  • ‘Milch - Migration - Mythos. Beat Sterchis Roman Blösch (1983)‘ in: Jürgen Barkhoff & Valerie Heffernan (eds.): Schweiz schreiben. Zu Konstruktion und Dekonstruktion des Mythos Schweiz in der Gegenwartsliteratur, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010, pp. 269 – 280.
  • 'What was the Wende and what of the Volk? Fidelio 's question and The Weavers' answer' in Denise Varney (ed.): Theatre in the Berlin Republic, Oxford et al.: Peter Lang, 2008, pp. 115 – 139.
  • 'Turkish-German fiction since the mid-1990s' in Stuart Taberner (ed.): Contemporary German Fiction: Writing in the Berlin Republic, Cambridge University Press 2007, pp. 196 – 214.
  • David Barnett, Moray McGowan & Karen Juers-Munby (eds.): Das Analoge sträubt sich gegen das Digitale: Materialitäten des deutschsprachigen Theaters in einer Welt des Virtuellen, Berlin: Theater der Zeit 2006, 160pp.
  • '“Machen wir uns auf in das Land hinein.” Volker Braun’s Übergangsgesellschaft: “Übergangstheater”, “übergangenes Theater”, “Metatheater”?’ in: Rolf Jucker (ed.): Volker Braun in Perspective, Amsterdam & Atlanta: Rodopi , 2004, pp. 209 – 226.

Kathleen Mc Tiernan | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • Valiulis, M., McTiernan, K., O'Donnell, D. Brennan, N. (2008). , Lifescapes: Mapping Dublin Lives, The Bridge-IT Project, 2008
  • McTiernan, K. & O'Donnell, D. 'Life Histories Archive', 2012
  • Storied Lives: Connecting Life Course Narrative Identities and Eudaimonic Happiness in Later Life. in, A. Nicolas & I. Flaherty , Growing Up, Growing Old: Trajectories of Times and Lives., Oxford, Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2013, pp151 - 174, [O'Donnell, D. & McTiernan, K.]
  • McTiernan, K. & O'Donnell, D. Reflections in Context: The Creation of Life Meaning and Wellbeing through Reminiscence and Generativity, 7th Biennial International Meaning Conference to be held July 26-29, 2012, Toronto, Canada., Toronto, Canada, July 26-29, 2012
  • O’Donnell, D & McTiernan, K.  Connecting narrative complexity, ego integrity and later life eudaimonic well being through an exploration of personal stories of self. , 7th Biennial International Meaning Conference, Toronto, Canada, July 26-29 , 2012
  • McTiernan, K. & O'Donnell, D. The Life History Digital Repository: Exchanging knowledge of the lived life, Ageing Globally, Ageing Locally, Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland (CARDI) , Dublin Ireland, November 2011, 2011
  • O'Donnell, D. & McTiernan, K., Narrative biography and the construction of happiness in later life. , International Positive Psychology Association First World Congress on Positive Psychology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May, 2009

Elaine Moriarity | School of Social Sciences and Philosophy | RSS Profile

  • ‘New Forms of Mobility and the Portability of Social Protections in Europe’ [with James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Sally Daly] in Migration and Social Transformation in Europe: An International Handbook, Amelina, Horvath and Meuss (eds), Amsterdam University Press, 2015.
  • ‘Large-scale migration in an open labour market: The Irish experience with post-2004 labour moblity and the regulation of employment standards in Magdalena Bernaciak (ed), Market Expansion and Social Dumping in Europe, UK, Routledge, 2015, pp10 - 28, [with Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamonska and James Wickham]
  • ‘Learning from Poland? What Recent Mass Immigration to Ireland Tells Us about Contemporary Irish Migration’ [with James Wickham, Alicja Bobek, Sally Daly, Torben Krings, and Justyna Salamońska) in Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, L. Brennan (ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp. 146-155.
  • New Mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004. Manchester University Press, 2013 [with Torben Krings, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska].
  • ‘Polish migration to Ireland: “Free movers” in the new European mobility space’, [with Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska and James Wickham]. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies vol 39.1, 2013, pp 87-103.
  • ‘“Taking on almost everyone?” Migrant and Employer Recruitment Strategies in a Booming Labour Market’ [with Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska, Torben Krings and James Wickham].  International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23 (9), 2012, pp 1871-1887.
  • Migration and Recession: Polish Migrants in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland’, Sociological Research Online, 14 (2/3), 2011 [with Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamonska and James Wickham]
  • ‘Working in the gold rush: Polish migrants’ careers and the Irish hospitality sector’ [with James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska] in Maeve Holohan and Sharon Bolton (eds.), Work Matters:  Critical Reflections on Contemporary Work.  London:  Palgrave, 2009, pp. 81-96.

Graeme Murdock | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Ritual and Violence: Natalie Zemon Davis and Early Modern France, (eds) Graeme Murdock, Penny Roberts, Andrew Spicer(Oxford: Past and Present Society Supplement Series, 2012).
  • ‘The Elders’ Gaze: Women and Consistorial Discipline in Late Sixteenth-Century France’ in Amy Burnett (ed.) John Calvin, Myth and Reality. Images and Impact of Geneva’s Reformer (Eugene [OR]: Wipf & Stock, 2011), pp. 69-90.
  • ‘Multiconfessionalism in sixteenth-century Transylvania’ in Thomas Safley (ed.), A Companion to Multiconfessionalism in the Early Modern World (Leiden: Brill, 2011), pp. 393-416.
  • (Adv. ed.), The Hungarian Reformation. Books from the National Széchényi Library, Hungary (IDC/ Brill: 2009).
  • ‘Calvin, clothing and the body in Reformed Geneva’, Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland 28 (2006), pp. 481-94.
  • Beyond Calvin. The Intellectual, Political and Cultural World of Europe’s Reformed Churches, c. 1540-1620 (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2004).
  • ‘'Freely elected in fear': Princely elections and political power in early seventeenth-century Transylvania’, Journal of Early Modern History 7 (2003), pp. 213-44.
  • Confessional Identity in East-Central Europe, (eds) Graeme Murdock, Maria Crăciun, Ovidiu Ghitta (Aldershot: Scolar, 2002), 207 pp.
  • Calvinism on the Frontier. International Calvinism and the Reformed church of Hungary and Transylvania, c. 1600-1660 (Oxford: Clarendon Presss, 2000).
  • ‘The Importance of Being Josiah: An Image of Calvinist Identity’, Sixteenth Century Journal 29 (1998), pp. 1043-1059

Colm O'Boyle | School of Nursing and Midwifery | RSS Profile

  • Eileen Kenny, Colm O Boyle, An exploration of the unmet demand for home birth in Ireland., International Journal of Childbirth, 5, (1),2015, p20-32
  • Colm O Boyle, The context and consequences of professional indemnification of home birth midwifery in Ireland., International Journal of Childbirth , 4, (1), 2014, p39 - 54
  • Colm O Boyle, 'Being with' while retaining and asserting professional midwifery power and authority in home birth. , Journal of Organisational Ethnography , 3, (2), 2014, p204 - 223
  • O Boyle, Colm , 'Just waiting to be hauled over the coals': Home birth midwifery in Ireland, Midwifery, 29, (8), 2013, p988 - 995
  • Daly D, OBoyle C., Time to make midwifery matter in Ireland, The Practising Midwife, 13, (2), 2010, p15 - 17

Ciaran O'Neill | School of Histories and Humanities | RSS Profile

  • Ciaran O’Neill, Catholics of Consequence: Transnational Education, Social Mobility and the Irish Catholic Elite 1850-1900 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014) Winner of the 2015 James S. Donnelly Sr. Prize
  • Ciaran O’Neill, (ed.) Irish Elites in the Nineteenth-Century, (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013)
  • Enda Delaney and Ciaran O’Neill (eds), Eire-Ireland, Special Issue ‘Transnational Ireland,’ (forthcoming 2016)
  • Ciaran O’Neill, ‘The Irish Schoolboy Novel’, Eire-Ireland, Vol. 44, No.1(Spring/Summer 2009), 147-168.
  • Ciaran O'Neill, ‘Pearse, Parnell & the Priests: History and Politics in the Irish Schoolboy Novel,’ Katerina Jencova et al, The Politics of Irish Writing (Prague: Centre for Irish Studies, Charles University, 2010)
  • Ciaran O’Neill (1) and Mai Yatani (2), ‘Women, Ambition, and the City, 1890-1910,’ in Anna Pilz and Whitney Standlee, (eds) Advancing the Cause of Liberty: Irish Women's Writing, 1878-1922 (Manchester; Manchester University Press, 2015)
  • Ciaran O'Neill, ‘Education, Imperial Careers and the Irish Catholic elite in the nineteenth century,’ Dickson, Pyz and Shepard, (eds.) Irish classrooms and British Empire: Imperial Contexts for the Origins of Modern Education (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2012)
  • Ciaran O'Neill, ‘Power, Wealth and Catholic Identity in Ireland 1850-1900,’ in Oliver Rafferty S.J., (ed.) Irish Catholic Identities (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013)
  • Bruce Bradley, Dáire Keogh, Ciaran O’Neill (eds), ‘The Jesuits in Ireland’, Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 103/412 (2015)

Desmond O'Neill | School of Medicine | RSS Profile

  • O’Neill D. Geriatric Medicine and Cultural Gerontology. Age Ageing 2015 (epub ahead of print, doi: 10.1093/ageing/afv040)
  • Moss H, Donnellan C, O'Neill D. Hospitalization and aesthetic health in older adults. J Am Med Dir Assoc 2015;16(2):173.e11-6.
  • Moss H, O'Neill D. Aesthetic deprivation in clinical settings. Lancet 2014;383:1032-3.
  • O'Neill D, Macsweeney CA, Cornell IA, Moss H. Stravinsky syndrome: giving a voice to chronic stroke disease. QJM 2014;107(6):489-93.
  • O'Connell C, Cassidy A, O'Neill D, Moss H. The aesthetic and cultural pursuits of patients with stroke. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2013;22:e404-18.
  • Moss H, O'Neill D. The aesthetic and cultural interests of patients attending an acute hospital - a phenomenological study. J Adv Nurs 2013 Jun 3. doi:10.1111/jan.12175.
  • Moss H, Donnellan C, O'Neill D. A review of qualitative methodologies used to explore patient perceptions of arts and healthcare. Med Humanit 2012;38:106-9.
  • O'Neill D. A piece of my mind. To live (and die) as an original. JAMA 2012;308:679-80.
  • O'Neill D. The art of the demographic dividend. Lancet. 2011;377(9780):1828-9.
  • Moss H, O'Neill D, What training do artists need to work in healthcare settings? Med Humanit 2009;35:101-5.

David O'Shaughnessy | School of English | RSS Profile

  • David O’Shaughnessy (ed), Networks of Aspiration: The London Irish in the Eighteenth Century, a special issue of Eighteenth-Century Life, 39:1 (2015).
  • ‘”Tolerably numerous”: Recovering the London Irish of the Eighteenth Century’, Eighteenth-Century Life, 39:1 (2015), 1-13.
  • ‘Making a Play for Patronage: Dennis O’Bryen’s A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed (1783)’, Eighteenth-Century Life, 39:1 (2015), 183-211.
  • ‘Godwin and the Politics of Playgoing’ in The Oxford Handbook to Georgian Theatre, 1737–1832, eds. Julia Swindells and David Francis Taylor, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), 514-531.
  • ‘Things as They Became; or, The Later Adventures of William Godwin’ in Informal Romanticism, ed. James Vigus, Studien zur Englischen Romantik (Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2012), 161-72
  • ‘This is the dread hour, / That must decide the fate of England!': Godwin's St Dunstan' in Godwinian Moments: From Enlightenment to Romanticism, ed. Victoria Myers & Bob Maniquis (Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2011), 194-216.

Carmel O'Sullivan | School of Education | RSS Profile

  • Jackie Maguire, Lucie Corcoran, Noirin Hayes and Carmel O'Sullivan, 'Artful Dodgers': The creative arts in early education settings, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal (EECERJ), 2016, Journal Article, SUBMITTED
  • Carmel O'Sullivan and Niamh Price, Drama in Early Years Education - Approaches for Creative Education for 3 - 5 year olds, 1st edition, Beijing, China, Renmin University Press Co. Ltd. , 2015, 1 - 127pp, Book, IN_PRESS
  • Carmel O'Sullivan and Niamh Price, Drama in the Classroom - Approaches for Creative Education for 6 - 8 year olds, 1st edition, Beijing, China, Renmin University Press Co. Ltd., 2015, 1 - 154pp, Book, IN_PRESS
  • Carmel O'Sullivan with contributions from Lesley Conroy, Una McNulty, Susan Kennedy Killian and Elaine Clotworthy, Exploring 'Social Drama' with Children with Asperger Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder, 1st edition, London, David Fulton, 2015, 1 - 188pp, Book, SUBMITTED
  • Carmel O'Sullivan with contributions from Lesley Conroy, Una McNulty, Susan Kennedy Killian and Elaine Clotworthy, 'Social Drama' with Young People with Asperger Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder, 1st edition, London, David Fulton, 2015, 1 - 167pp, Book, SUBMITTED
  • The Day that Shrek was almost rescued: Doing Process Drama with Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in, editor(s)Peter Duffy , What Was I Thinking: A Reflective Practitioner's Guide to (Mis)Adventures in Drama Education, New York, Peter Lang, 2015, pp219 - 242, [Carmel O'Sullivan], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
  • Ireland and Autism in, editor(s)Fred R. Volkmar , Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders, New York, Springer Reference, 2015, pp225 - 238, [Carmel O'Sullivan], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
  • Carmel O'Sullivan, Doing drama with students with SEN and different learning abilities, Decades of Praxis: Emerging Issues and Possibilities of Drama Education in Asia and Beyond, Hong Kong, May 1-3rd , 2015, TEFO (Hong Kong Drama/Theatre and Education Forum), Invited Talk, APPROVED
  • Carmel O'Sullivan, Social Drama - Weaving Story into the Lives of Children and Young People with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, 6th International Storyline Conference, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, 27th to 29th March, 2015, Storyline International, Invited Talk, APPROVED
  • Carmel O'Sullivan, Developing Creative Kindergartens and Early Years Classrooms, Beijing, China, April 27-29, 2015, Drama Rainbow, UNICEF and Chinese Ministry of Education, Invited Talk, APPROVED

Eve Patten | School of English | RSS Profile

  • ‘Waugh, Greene and Ireland in the Second World War’, [chapter] in Dorothea Depner and Guy Woodward (eds), Writing Home: Irish Culture and Wartime Europe (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • Ireland, West to East: Irish Cultural Connections with Central and Eastern Europe, co-edited with Aidan O’Malley (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014)
  • The Perils of Print Culture: Book, Print and Publishing History in Theory and Practice co-edited with Jason McElligott (Palgrave Macmillan: 2014).
  • ‘Modernity and Nineteenth-Century Ireland: the Making of a National Reader’ in M. Irimia (ed), Literature and the Long Modernity (Rodopi, 2014)
  • Imperial Refugee: Olivia Manning’s Fictions of War (Cork University Press, 2012)
  • ‘Life purified and re-projected: Autobiography and the Modern Irish Novel’, [chapter] in Liam Harte (ed), Modern Autobiography; Self, Nation and Society (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)
  • “Why not war writers?” Considering the cultural front’, [chapter] in Eve Patten and Richard Pine (eds), Literatures of War (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008)
  • ‘The Sign of the Cross: Travels in Toibin’s Europe’, [chapter] in Paul Delaney (ed), Reading Colm Toibin (Liffey Press, 2008)
  • ‘Contemporary Irish Fiction’, [chapter] in J.W.Foster (ed), The Cambridge Companion to the Irish Novel (Cambridge UP, 2006)
  • “Flying to Belfast”: Audience and Authenticity in Northern Irish Fiction’, [chapter] in T.Brown and J.R.Stephens (eds), Nations and Relations: Writing Across the British Isles (University of Wales Press, 2001)

Andrew Pierce | Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology | RSS Profile

  • ‘The Ecumenical Church of Vatican II’ in Dermot A. Lane, Ed., Vatican II in Ireland, Fifty Years On:  Essays in Memory of Padraic Conway, forthcoming, Oxford, etc.: Peter Lang, 2015.
  • Editor, with Oliver Schuegraf, Dialogue Inside-out: Ecumenism Encounters the Religions, Beihefte zur Őkumenischen Rundschau Nr. 99, Leipzig:  Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 2014.
  • ‘Ecumenics as the Pursuit of Equilibrium,’ in Pierce and Scherle, Dialogue Inside-Out, 19-32
  • ‘Communion where Convictions divide,’ in Ginnie Kennerley and Richard O’Leary, Eds, Preface by Catherine McGuinness, Moving Forward Together:  Homosexuality and the Church of Ireland, Belfast:  Changing Attitudes Ireland, 2012, 45-54.
  • ‘The Modernist Millennium’ in Joshua Searle and Kenneth G.C. Newport, Eds, Beyond the End:  The Future of Millennial Studies, The Bible in The Modern World, 49, Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2012, 75-93.
  • ‘Ein Imaginäres in sich entzweit?  Anglikanismus und Őkumenismus ad intra et ad extra,’ in Konfessionell Identitäten und Mentalitäten im őkumenischen Dialog, Őkumenische Rundschau 60 (4/2011), 450-461.
  • ‘Comprehensive Vision:  The Ecumenical Potential of a Lost Ideal,’ in Gesa Elsbeth Thiessen, Ed., Ecumenical Ecclesiology:  Unity, Diversity and Otherness in a Fragmented World, Ecclesiological Investigations vol. 5; London:  T & T Clark, 2009, 76-87.
  • ‘Talking to the Hand:  Towards a Theological Dialogue with Religious Fundamentalism,’ in Bernd Jochen Hilberath, Ivana Noble, Johannes Oeldemann and Peter De Mey, Eds, Ecumenism of Life as a Challenge for Academic Theology, Frankfurt:  Lembeck, 2008, 49-60.
  • With Gabriel Daly O.S.A., ‘Christian Theology, Imagination and ‘Religious Fundamentalism,’ in John O’Grady and Peter Scherle, eds, Ecumenics from the Rim:  Explorations in Honour of John D’Arcy May, Muenster:  Lit Verlag, 2007, 43-51.
  • ‘Millennialism, Ecumenism, and Fundamentalism,’ in Kenneth G.C. Newport and Crawford Gribben, Eds., Expecting the End:  Millennialism in Social and Historical Context, Waco:  Baylor University Press, 2006, 79-95.

Clemens Ruthner | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • Unheimliche Wiederkehr. Interpretationen zu den gespenstischen Romanfiguren bei Ewers, Meyrink, Soyka, Spunda und Strobl. Meitingen: Corian 1993 (Studien zur phantast. Lit. Bd. 10). 210 pp. (Monograph)
  • ”Eine geheime Schrift aus diesem Splitterwerk enträtseln...”. Marlen Haushofers Werk im Kontext. With Anke BOSSE. Tübingen, Basel: Francke 2000. 366 pp. (ED.VOL.)
  • Kakanien revisited. Das Fremde und das Eigene (in) der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie. With Wolfgang MÜLLER-FUNK and Peter PLENER. Tübingen, Basel: Francke 2002 (Kultur – Herrschaft – Differenz 1). 362 pp. (ED.VOL.)
  • Periphere Identitäten in der deutschsprachigen Literatur nach 1945 [Heiner Müller, DDR-Auto­rinnen, I. Bachmann, F. Mayröcker, W.G.Sebald] = Germani­sti­sche Mitteilungen 55/2002. With Anke BOSSE. 112 pp (ED.VOL.)
  • Körper Stadt Identität. Beiträge zur deutschsprachigen Gegenwartsliteratur. Brüssel: BGDV, 2006 (= Germanistische Mitteilungen 63).With Jan CEUPPENS.126pp.(ED.)
  • Nach Todorov. Neuere Zugänge zu einer Definition des Phantastischen in der Literatur. With Markus MAY and Ursula REBER. Tübingen, Basel: Francke 2006. 261 pp. (ED.)
  • Zentren, Peripherien und kollektive Identitäten in Österreich-Ungarn, 1867-1918. With Endre HARS, W. MÜLLER-FUNK and U. REBER. Tübingen: Francke 2006 (= K-H-D 9). 295 pp. (ED.VOL.)
  • Aneignungen und Entfremdungen: Franz Grillparzer's Inter/Nationalism. Proceedings of the 2004 Conference at the UofA. With Marianne HENN and Raleigh WHITINGER. New York u.a.: Peter Lang 2007 (Austrian Culture Series). 140 pp. (ED.VOL.)
  • Contested Passions: Sexuality, Eroticism and Gender in Austrian Literature and Culture. With Raleigh WHITINGER. New York u.a.: Peter Lang 2011 (Austrian Culture Series). 450 pp. (ED. VOl.)
  • WechselWirkungen. Austro-Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Balkan region, 1878-1918. With R. DETREZ, U. REBER and D. REYNOLDS. New York et al.: P. Lang 2014 [in print] (Austrian Culture Series). 450 pp (ED.VOL.)

David Scott | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • Semiologies of Travel (Cambridge University Press, 2004)
  • European Stamp Design. A semiotic approach (Academy Editions, London, 1995)
  • Sémiotique et herméneutique du timbre poste (Protée, 2002).
  • The Art & Aesthetics of Boxing (University of Nebraska Press, 2009)
  • Cultures of Boxing (Peter Lang, forthcoming 2015)

Aidan Seery | School of Education | RSS Profile

  • Albinus, L., Rothhaupt, J. G. F., & Seery, A. (2015). Wittgenstein and Frazer’s Golden Bough. [Wittgenstein Reading Series]. Berlin: De Gruyter. [accepted, in production]
  • Seery, A. (2014).Bildung and Life-long learning: Emancipation and Control. In A. Loxley, A. Seery, & J. Walsh (Eds.) Higher Education in Ireland: Practices, Policies and Possibilities. (pp. 86-96) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kozina, E., Loxley, A., & Seery, A. (2013). The role of Teacher Self-Strategies in First Year Teacher Experience and Teacher Socialisation. In, P. Pumilia-Gnarini, E. Favaron, , E. Pacetti, J.Bishop, & L. Guerra, (Eds.),Handbook of Research on Didactic Strategies and Technologies for Education: Incorporating Advancements (2 Volumes), (pp. 654 – 663), New York: IGI Global.
  • Seery, A. (2012). Knowledge and the University. In B. Walsh (ed.) Degrees of Nonsense: The Demise of the University (pp. 130-144) Dublin: Glasnevin Press.
  • Seery, A. (2011). Hyping the Void: Žižek on Žižek. Autobiography Yearbook British Sociological Association, 5, 37-46.
  • Seery, A, (2010). Education, the formation of self and the world of Web 2.0. London Review of Education, 8(1), 63-73.
  • Seery, A. (2008). Slavoj Žižek’s dialectics of ideology and the discourses of Irish education. Irish Educational Studies, 27(2), 133-146.
  • Rothhaupt, J. G. F., & Seery, A. (2000). "Ludwig Wittgenstein war ein Stern in meinem Leben" Wittgenstein Jahrbuch, 113 – 144.

Peter Simons | School of Social Sciences and Philosophy | RSS Profile

  • Handlungsontologien. Rechtstheorie 13 (1982), 303–323. [On the identity of actions.]
  • Coincidence of Things of a Kind. Mind 94 (1985), 70–5. [On whether things of a kind can coincide without being identical.]
  • Computermusik und die Identität des Musikwerks. Conceptus 19 (1985), 69–75.
  • What is Abstraction and What is it Good for? In: A. Irvine, ed., Physical­ism in Mathematics. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1990, 17–40. [Identity conditions for abstract objects.]
  • On Being Spread Out in Time: Temporal Parts and the Problem of Change In W. Spohn, B. C. van Fraassen, and B. Skyrms, eds. Existence and Explanation: Essays in Honor of Karel Lambert. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991, 131–147. [Can one identical thing exist at different times and yet change?]
  • Indiscernibility of Identicals. In E. Craig, ed. Routledge Encyclo­pedia of Philosophy. London: Routledge, 1998, Vol. 4, 678–81.
  • Continuants and Occurrents. The Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume LXXIV (2000), 78–101. [Entities with and without temporal parts and how they are related through time.]
  • Identity through Time and Trope Bundles. Topoi 19 (2000), 147–155.
  • The Strange Number One: Singularity in Logic. Análise. Revista do Gabinete de Filosofia do Conhecimento da Biblioteca Nacional. No. 1, Serie II (2005). [The surprising logic of ‘one’.]
  • Identität. In S. Jordan and C. Nimtz, eds. Lexikon Philosophie. Hundert   Grundbegriffe. Ditzingen: Reclam, 2009, 136–9. 2nd ed. 2011.

Brian Singleton | School of Drama, Film and Music | RSS Profile

  • Masculinities and the Contemporary Irish Theatre (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), revised edition with new Preface (2015)
  • Ethnicity & Identity: Global Performance, ed., (New Delhi: Rawat, 2005) [with Ravi Chaturvedi], 460pp.
  • Oscar Asche, Orientalism and British Musical Comedy (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2004), 219 pp.
  • Artaud on Theatre (with critical commentary) New Edition (London: Methuen, 2001) [with Claude Schumacher], 246 pp.
  • Contemporary Performance InterActions (Palgrave/Macmillan 2015- [with Elaine Aston] 1 monograph published to date, 10 current commissions (Series Editor)
  • Studies in International Performance (Palgrave/Macmillan) 2005-2015 [with Janelle Reinelt]  40 monographs and edited collections (Winner: Excellence in Editing Award for sustained achievement, Association for Theater Higher Education 2012)
  • ‘Performing Orientalist, Intercultural, and Globalized Modernities: The Case of Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir by the Théatre du Soleil’ in Erika Fischer-Lichte, Torsten Jost, Saskya Iris Jain, eds., The Politics of Interweaving Performance Cultures: Beyond Postcolonialism. New York & London, Routledge, 2014, pp. 77 – 94.
  • ‘From Dana to Dustin: The Reputation of Old/New Ireland and the Eurovision Song Contest’ in Karen Fricker & Milija Gluhovic, eds., Performing the 'New' Europe: Identities, Feelings and Politics in the Eurovision Song Contest. Basingstoke & New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp. 142 – 162.
  • ‘ANU Productions and Site-Specific Performance: The Politics of Space and Place’ in Fintan Walsh, ed., 'That Was Us': Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance, London, Oberon Books, 2013, pp. 21 – 36.
  • ‘Asian Theatres, Mnouchkine, and Shakespeare: The Search for a Theatrical Form’ in Poonam Trivedi & Minami Ryuta, eds., Re-playing Shakespeare in Asia. London & New York, Routledge, 2010, pp. 41 – 53.
  • ‘Ariane Mnouchkine: Activism, Formalism, Cosmopolitanism’ in Maria M. Delgado & Dan Rebellato, eds.,  Contemporary European Theatre Directors. London & New York: Routledge, 2010, pp.29 – 48.
  • ‘Politicizing Performance: ANU Productions and Site-Specific Theater’, BREAC: A Digital Journal of Irish Studies, 2014:
  •  ‘Mise en Scene’, Contemporary Theatre Review, 23, (1), 2013. 47-49.
  • ‘TRI's Cambridge Years: A Retrospective’, Theatre Research International, 35, (3), 2010, 222 – 231 [with Christopher Balme and Freddie Rokem].

Martine Smith | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • Griffiths, C. & Smith, M.,  (2015). Attuning: A communication process between people with severe and profound intellectual disability and their interaction partners, Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability, early online
  • Tinney, G., Forde, J., Hone, L., Flanagan, L. & Smith, M., (2014). Safe and social: What does it mean anyway? British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43, (1), p55 - 61
  • Smith, M., (2014). Adolescence and AAC: Intervention challenges and possible solutions, Communication Disorders Quarterly, 36, (2), 2014, p112 – 118
  • Smith, M., Murray, J., (2014). The Tellability Factor: Narratives in Aided Communication, Biennial Conference of the ISAAC, Lisbon Portugal, July 21-24, 2014
  • Smith, M., Murray, J. (2011), Parachute without a ripcord: The skydive of communication interaction, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 27, (4), p292 - 303
  • Smith, M., Murray, J. (2011). Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices: The voices of adult users in, editor(s) Javier Pereira, Handbook of research on personal autonomy technologies and disability informatics, New York, Medical Information Science Reference, 2011, pp46 – 59.
  • Smith, M. Murray, J. von Tetzchner, S. & Langan, P. (2010). A tale of transitions: The challenges of integrating speech synthesis in aided communication in, editor(s)Mullennix, J Stern, S.  Computer synthesized speech technologies: Tools for aiding impairment., New York, IGI Global, 2010, pp234 – 256.
  • Smith, M., Connolly, I., (2008). Roles of aided communication: Perspectives of adults who use AAC, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 3, (5), p260 - 273

Sarah Smyth | School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies | RSS Profile

  • ‘Exchanging words’ chapter in Instrumentarium of Linguistics: Sociolinguistic Approaches to Non-Standard Russian (eds Arto Mustajoki, Ekaterina Protassova, Nikolai Vakhtin), Helsinki, 2010, pp 329 - 344
  • Negotiating Linguistic, Cultural and Social Identities in the Post-Soviet World (eds Sarah Smyth and Conny Opitz, with an Introduction by Sarah Smyth, pp 1-13), Peter Lang, 2013
  • ‘Speakers of Russian in Ireland: Where Borderless and Bordered Language Meet’, chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of Slavic Languages, Identities and Borders, edited by Motoki Nomachi and Tomasz Kamusella, forthcoming 2015
  • ‘Multivoiced identities’, chapter in New Approaches to Multilingualism and Identity in Transnational Contexts. Peter Lang Series: Language, Migration and Identity. Series Editor: Vera Regan, Volume editors: Chloé Diskin, Jennifer Martyn, Vera Regan, forthcoming 2015

Irene Walsh | School of Linguistics, Speech and Communication Sciences | RSS Profile

  • Walsh, I.P. & Jagoe, C, Professional Identity: Social interaction in Healthcare Education. Studies in Social Interaction Series (Ed. S. Walsh), Edinburgh University Press, (Monograph due 2018)
  • Jagoe, C. Walsh, I.P. (eds.) Communication and mental health disorders: Developing theory, growing practice. J & R Publishers.(Edited text due 2018)
  • Jagoe, C. Walsh, I.P. ‘Dear Fabulous!’ 
Personal and Professional Identities evolving in the interactional context of self-reflection. Submitted for special issue of Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders.
  • Ryan, E. & Walsh, I.P. “Then the rest of us in the gutter, scrambling around…”: Identity in child and family mental health services. Submitted for special issue of Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders
  • Kelly, A. & Walsh, I.P., “You’re a typical medic” - A tussle for professional identities in the dental clinic, In preparation for special issue of Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders.
  • Kovarsky, D. & Walsh I.P. (2011) The discursive construction of language disorders: A comparison of three different genres for characterising deficit. In, editor(s)C.N. Candlin & J. Crichton, Discourses of Deficit, Basingstoke, Hampshire, U.K, Palgrave Macmillan, pp195 – 214.
  • Walsh, I.P. & Leahy, M. (2009) ''Cajoling'' as a Means of Engagement, Seminars in Speech and Language, 30, (1), p37 – 47.
  • Walsh, I.P. (2008) Whose voice is it anyway? Hushing and hearing ‘voices’ in speech and language therapy interactions with people with chronic schizophrenia. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 43, (supp 1), p81-95.
  • Walsh, I.P. (2007) Small talk is “big talk” in clinical discourse: Appreciating the value of conversation in SLP interactions, Topics in Language Disorders, 27, (1), p24 – 36.
  • Walsh, I.P. (2003) Revealing ability amidst perceived disability in clinical interactions: a nice idea or clinical imperative? Journal of Clinical Speech and Language Studies, 12, (13) p118 – 145.

James Wickham | School of Social Sciences and Philosophy | RSS Profile

  • ‘Learning from Poland? What Recent Mass Immigration to Ireland Tells Us about Contemporary Irish Migration’ (James Wickham, Alicja Bobek, Sally Daly, Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty and Justyna Salamońska) in Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, L. Brennan (ed.), Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp. 146-155.
  • New Mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004. Manchester University Press 2013 (with Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska).
  • ‘Nach dem Ende der Party: Irlands Beschäftigungsmodell und das merkwürdige Überleben des Sozialstaaats’ in Steffen Lehndorff (ed.), Spaltende Integration, Hamburg: VSA, pp. 109-130.  Also in Klaus Dörre et al (eds.),  Arbeit in Europa: Marktfundamentalismus als Zerreißprobe, Frankfurt/NY, Campus, pp. 181-196.
  • ‘Polish migration to Ireland: “Free movers” in the new European mobility space’, (Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Elaine Moriarty, Justyna Salamońska and James Wickham). Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies vol 39.1 (2013): 87-103.
  • ‘“Taking on almost everyone?” Migrant and Employer Recruitment Strategies in a Booming Labour Market’ (Elaine Moriarty, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska, Torben Krings and James Wickham).  International Journal of Human Resource Management, vol 23 no. 9 (2012): 1871-1887.
  • ‘Skill shortages are not always what they seem: migration and the Irish software industry’ (James Wickham and Ian Bruff) New Technology Work and Employment, vol 23 1-2 (2008): 30-43..
  • ‘The importance of business travel for industrial clusters – making sense of nomadic workers’ (James Wickham and Alessandra Vecchi) Geografiska Annaler Series B: Human Geography 91 (3), (2009): 245-255.
  • ‘Working in the gold rush: Polish migrants’ careers and the Irish hospitality sector’ (James Wickham, Elaine Moriarty, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska) in Maeve Holohan and Sharon Bolton (eds.), Work Matters:  Critical Reflections on Contemporary Work.  London:  Palgrave, 2009, pp. 81-96.
  • ‘Irish Mobilities’ in S. O’Sullivan (ed.), Contemporary Ireland: A Sociological Map, Dublin: UCD Press, 2007, pp. 48-64. 

Gillian Wylie | Confederal School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology | RSS Profile

  • Wylie, G. (forthcoming 2016) The International Politics of Human Trafficking. London: Palgrave.
  • Ward E. and Wylie G. (2014) ‘Reflexivities of Discomfort’: Researching the Sex Trade and Sex Trafficking in Ireland, European Journal of Women’s Studies doi:10.1177/1350506813518759
  • Wylie, G. (2013) ‘Human Waste? Reading Bauman's Wasted Lives in the Context of Ireland's Globalization’ in Louis Brennan (ed.) Enacting Globalization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on International Integration, Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan, 2013, pp57 – 66.
  • Coghlan, D. and Wylie, G. (2011) ‘Defining Trafficking/Denying Justice: Forced Labour in Ireland and the Consequences of Trafficking Discourse’ in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37:9, 1513-1526.
  • Coghlan, D. and Wylie, G. (2011) 'Speaking with a Forked Tongue: Contrary Political Discourses and the Irish State's Construction of Human Trafficking' in C. van den Anker and I. van Liempt (eds) Human Rights and Labour Migration: the Wider Context of Trafficking for Forced Labour, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp129 - 144.
  • Wylie, G. and McRedmond, P. (2010) (eds) Human Trafficking in Europe: Character, Causes, Consequences. Basingstoke: Palgrave
  • Wylie, G. Trafficking in Women, Networks of Knowledge and the Cultural Construction of Europe in, editor(s) Jürgen Barkhoff and Helmut Eberhart (eds.)  Networking across Borders and Frontiers. Demarcation and Connectedness in European Culture and Society, Bern, Peter Lang, 2009, pp155 – 168.