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Members Publications 2003-2004
Portrait of Susannah Cibber (1714 - 1766)



Jochen Bedenk, Verwicklungen. William Hogarth und die deutsche Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts (Lessing, Herder, Schiller, Jean Paul). Würzburg: Königshausen und Neumann.

Conrad Brunström, William Cowper: Religion Satire Society.   Lewisburg, (PA): Bucknell University Press, 209 pp.

Daniel Carey (ed), Asian Travel in the Renaissance. Oxford: Blackwell. 234 pp.

Darryl Jones, Jane Austen. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 252pp.

Sharon Murphy, Maria Edgeworth and Romance. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 208 pp.

Chapters in Books

Estelle Haan, ‘The Adorning of my Native Tongue: Linguistic Metamorphosis in Milton', Metaphrastes. Or Gained in Translation: Essays and Translations in Honour of Robert H. Jordan (Belfast: Byzantine Texts and Translations, 2004), 9, pp. 111-127

________, ‘Verse Translation of Horace, Odes 1.5', Metaphrastes. Or Gained in Translation: Essays and Translations in Honour of Robert H. Jordan (Belfast: Byzantine Texts and Translations), 9, pp. 141-142


Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, The Curse of Kehama, Volume 4 of The Works of Robert Southey, 1793-1810, 5 vols. General Editor: Lynda Pratt, London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. xxx + 412.

Essays in Books

Kevin Barry, 'Le papier-monnaie francais, les lumières irlandaises, et le romantisme anglais', in Michael O'Dea and Paul Brennan (eds), Entrelacs franco-irlandais: langue, mémoire, imaginaires, Caen: Presses Universitaires de Caen, pp. 29-44.

Daniel Carey, 'The Political Economy of Poison: The Kingdom of Makassar and the Early Royal Society', in Daniel Carey (ed), Asian Travel in the Renaissance, Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 192-218. Reprinted from Renaissance Studies 17:3 , 517-43.

___________, 'Francis Hutcheson', in Thomas Duddy (ed), Dictionary of Irish Philosophers, Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 160-67 [repr. from John Valdimir Price (ed), The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, 2 vols, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1999, pp. 453-60.]

___________, 'Jonathan Swift', Dictionary of Irish Philosophers, ed. Thomas Duddy. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, pp. 315-20 [repr. from The Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, edited by John Valdimir Price. 2 vols. Bristol: Thoemmes Press. Pp. 853-58.]

Andrew Carpenter, 'Sectarianism in Marsh's Ireland: some literary evidence', in Muriel McCarthy and Ann Simmons (eds), The Making of Marsh's Library: Learning, politics and religion in Ireland 1650-1750, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 187-208.

Darryl Jones, '"Distorted Nature in a Fever": Irish Bulls, Irish Novels, the 1798 Rebellion, and their Gothic Contexts', in Heidi Kaufman and Chris Fauske (eds), 'An Uncomfortable Authority': Maria Edgeworth and her Contexts, Newark: University of Delaware Press, pp. 127-44.

Jim Kelly, ‘Why national tale and not national novel?  Maturin, Owenson, and the limits of Irish fiction', To the Other Shore: Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, ed. Neal Alexander, Shane Murphy, & Anne Oakman. Belfast: Belfast Studies in Language and Culture, pp. 76-84.

April London, ‘Johnson’s Lives and the Genealogy of Late Eighteenth-Century Literary History’, in Philip Smallwood (ed.), Critical Pasts. Writing Criticism, Writing History. Lewisberg PA: Bucknell University Press. Pp. 95-113. 

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, 'Germaine de Staël and the Response of Sydney Owenson and Maria Edgeworth to the Act of Union', in Eamon Maher and Grace Neville (eds), France-Ireland: Anatomy of a Relationship, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp. 79-89.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, 'Literature, Medical Science and Politics, 1795-1800: Lyrical Ballads and Currie's Works of Robert Burns' in C. C. Barfoot (ed), A Natural Delineation of Human Passions: The Historic Moment of Lyrical Ballads, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 115-28.

Entries in encyclopedias and other works of reference

Brian Caraher, 'Image and Metaphor', in Christopher John Murray (ed), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, London & New York: Fitzroy Dearborn/Routledge, I, pp. 547-49.

Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, 'Eibhlín Dhubh Ní Chonaill', in H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison (eds), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Clarendon, 40, pp. 849 - 850.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Thomas Amory (1690/1691-1788)', 'William Chaigneau (1709-1791)', 'Richard Griffith (d. 1788)', and 'Frances Sheridan (1724-1766)', in H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Harrison (eds), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford: Clarendon, 1, 968-9; 10, 851; 23, 974-5; 50, 295-6.

Electronic publishing

Averill Buchanan, ‘Mary Tighe: A Bibliography'. CW3 Journal: Madame de Staël and Corinne in England , 2

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Tobias Smollett', 'The Adventures of Roderick Random', 'The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle', 'The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom', 'The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves', 'The Expedition of Humphry Clinker' for Robert Clark (ed), The Literary Encyclopaedia and Literary Dictionary,

Articles in journals

Daniel Carey, 'Locke, Shaftesbury, and Innateness', Locke Studies 4. 13-45.

___________, 'Locke's Anthropology: Travel, Innateness, and the Exercise of Reason', The Seventeenth Century 19:2, 260-85.

___________, 'Sugar, Colonialism, and the Critique of Slavery: Thomas Tryon in Barbados', Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 9, 303-21.

Estelle Haan, ‘Milton's Ad Ioannem Rousium and the 1645 Volume,' Notes and Queries 51.4 (December), 356-360. 

Siobhán Kilfeather, ‘Terrific Register: The Gothicization of Atrocity in Irish Romanticism.' boundary 2 . Special issue on Contemporary Irish culture and politics , ed. Seamus Deane and Kevin Whelan. 31:1, 49-71.

April London, ‘Radical Utopias: History and the Novel in the 1790s’, Eighteenth-Century Fiction.  Special Issue The Edge of Fiction, 16 (2004), 783-802.

Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, 'Wise & well-spoken: Field Day women & Translation', Moving Worlds, 3, 86, (No.1), 73 - 86.



Estelle Haan, Andrew Marvell's Latin Poetry: From Text to Context (Brussels: Collection Latomus)

Moyra Haslett, Pope to Burney, 1714-1779: Scriblerians to Bluestockings. Basingstoke: Palgrave. xviii + 302pp.

Chapters in Books

Estelle Haan, ‘From Neo-Latin to Vernacular: Celestial Warfare in Vida and Milton,' in Paul Defosse (ed), Hommages à Carl  Deroux: Christianisme et Moyen Âge: Néo-Latin et Survivance de la Latinité (Brussels: Collection Latomus), 279, pp. 408-419. 


Andrew Carpenter, Verse in English from Tudor and Stuart Ireland: an anthology. Cork: Cork University Press, 598 pp.

_______________, Teague Land: or A Merry Ramble to the Wild Irish (1698) by John Dunton, transcribed from the manuscript, edited and with an introduction. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 190 pp.

Marilyn Butler, Elizabeth Eger and Clíona Ó Gallchoir (eds), Popular Tales, Early Lessons and Whim for Whim, vol 12 in The Novels and Selected Works of Maria Edgeworth. London: Pickering and Chatto, xix + 476 pp.

Elizabeth Eger and Clíona Ó Gallchoir (eds), The Parent's Assistant and Moral Tales, vol 10 in The Novels and Selected Works of Maria Edgeworth. London: Pickering and Chatto, xxiii + 322 pp.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, Autobiographic Sketches for Volume 19 of The Works of Thomas De Quincey, 21 vols. General Editor: Professor Grevel Lindop, University of Manchester (London: Pickering and Chatto, [1999-2003], pp. xxii + 499.

Essays in books

Kevin Barry, 'Inclusion and exclusion in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels', in Françoise Canon-Roger (ed), Irlande: Inclusion et Exclusion, Reims: Presses Universitaires de Reims, pp. 1-13.

Daniel Carey, 'Travel, Identity, and Cultural Difference 1580-1700', in Jane Conroy (ed), Cross-Cultural Travel, New York: Peter Lang, pp. 39-47.

Andrew Carpenter, 'A School for a Satirist: Swift's Exposure to the Wars of Words in Dublin in the 1680s', in Hermann J. Real and Helgard Stöver-Leidig (eds), Reading Swift: Papers from the Fourth Münster Symposium on Jonathan Swift, Munich: Wilhelm Fink, pp. 161-76.

_______________, 'Introduction' to Sybil le Brocquy, Cadenus and Swift's Most Valuable Friend. Dublin: Lilliput Press, pp. viii-xxii.

Máire Kennedy, 'A rich and diverse treasure: special collections in public libraries, in The university of the people: celebrating Ireland's public libraries, the Thomas Davis Lectures 2002. Dublin, An Chomhairle Leabharlanna/The Library Council, pp. 131-141.

Sylvie Kleinman, 'The Accidental Tourist: Theobald Wolfe Tone's secret mission to Paris, 1796', in Jane Conroy (ed.), Cross-Cultural Travel: Papers from the Royal Irish Academy Symposium on Literature and Travel, NUI Galway November 2002. New York, Peter Lang, pp. 72-85.

Joseph McMinn, 'Swift's life', in Christopher Fox (ed), The Cambridge Companion To Jonathan Swift, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 14-30.

Clíona Ó Gallchoir, 'Orphans, Upstarts and Aristocrats: Ireland and the Idyll of Adoption in the Work of Madame de Genlis', in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland Abroad: Politics and Professions in the Nineteenth Century, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 36-46.

Entries in encyclopedias and other works of reference

Andrew Carpenter, 'Sir John Denham', 'The Deserted Village', 'William Dunkin', 'Oliver Goldsmith', 'Gulliver's Travels', 'The Irish Hudibras', 'Thomas Parnell', 'Jonathan Swift', 'Samuel Whyte', in Brian Lalor (ed), The Encyclopaedia of Ireland, Dublin and New Haven: Gill and Macmillan and Yale University Press, pp. 282, 327, 446-7, 464-5, 524, 858, 1028, 1137

Christopher Morash, Consultant Contributor, in Brian Lalor (ed), The Encyclopedia of Ireland, Dublin and New Haven: Gill & Macmillan and Yale University Press, 50 entries on Irish theatre.

Ian Campbell Ross, 'Thomas Amory', 'William Chaigneau', 'The Drapier's Letters', 'Life of John Buncle, Esq.', 'A Modest Proposal', 'Frances Sheridan', 'Laurence Sterne' in Encyclopedia of Ireland ed. Brian Lalor. Dublin and New Haven: Gill and Macmillan and Yale University Press, pp. 23, 182, 313, 629, 730, 986, and 1018-9.

Articles in Journals

Conrad Brunström, 'How did Cowper love Women?',  Cowper and Newton Bulletin, 6-11.

Daniel Carey, 'Anthropology's Inheritance: Renaissance Travel, Romanticism and the Discourse of Identity', History and Anthropology 14, 2, 107-26.

Andrew Carpenter, 'Lost and found: tracing items from a collection of verse presented to James Butler, first Duke of Ormond', The Butler Journal, IV, number 3, The Butler Society, Dundalk [2005], 479-89.

Darryl Jones, 'Radical Ambivalence: Frances Burney, Jacobinism, and the Politics of Romantic Fiction', Women's Writing 10:1, 3-26.

Joseph McMinn, 'A reluctant observer: Swift and architecture', Irish Architectural and Decorative Studies: Journal of the Irish Georgian Society, VI, 90-119.

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