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Members Publications 2007-2008
Statue of Edmund Burke in the grounds of Trinity College Dublin




Essays in books

Johanna Archbold, ‘Periodical Reactions: Irish Monthly Magazines, the 1798 Rebellion and the Act of Union’ in John Hinks and Catherine Armstrong (eds), Book trade connections from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries. Oak Knoll Press and the British Library.

Johanna Archbold, ‘“The most extensive literary publication ever printed in Ireland”: James Moore and the publication of the Encyclopaedia Britannica in Ireland, 1790-1797’ in Gillian O’Brien and Finola O’Kane Crimmins (eds), Georgian Dublin. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Carol Baraniuk, ‘Christ's Kirk on the Green Isle: Tragedy Commemorated in Comic Form', in M.C. Considère-Charron, Ph. Laplace and M. Savaric (eds.), The Irish Celebrating: festive and tragic overtones. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 118-132.

____________, ‘ “… crazier and more of it than we think”: The Ulster-Scots Contribution to Irish Literature', in Maria José Carrera, Anunciación Carrera, Enrique Cámara and Celsa Dapia (eds.), The Irish Knot: Essays on Imaginary/Real Ireland. Valladolid: Universidad de Valladolid. Pp. 315-328.

Sylvie Kleinman, 'Sorrow and Celebration in the Paris Diary of Theobald Wolfe Tone (1796-1798)', in M.C. Considère-Charron, Ph. Laplace and M. Savaric (eds.),  The Irish Celebrating: festive and tragic overtones. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 121-130.

Sharon Murphy, ‘Beauties and Defects: Maria Edgeworth's Representations of Georgian Dublin' in Finola O'Kane and Gillian O'Brien eds., Georgian Dublin. Dublin: Four Courts Press. Pp. 145-155.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘”The Luther of Brahminismâ”: Coleridge and the Reformation of Hinduism' in James Vigus and Jane Wright (eds.), Coleridge's Afterlives. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 85-111.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘Swift and Dublin', in Máire Kennedy (ed), Reading Gulliver. Dublin: Dublin City Public Libraries, pp. 1-27.

Articles in journals

Claire Connolly, ‘Ugly Criticism: Union and Division in Irish Literature’, Field Day Review, 4 (2008), 236-257.Liam Lenihan, ‘James Barry and the Aesthetic of an Irish Enlightenment?' Studies in Edmund Burke and his Time, 27.

Anne Markey, ‘From Clonmel to Peru: Barbarism and Civility in Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess', Irish University Review (Autumn/Winter), 179-202 [with Ian Campbell Ross]

Christina Morin, 'Preferring Spinsterhood? Maria Edgeworth, Castle Rackrent, and Ireland', Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 23, 36-54.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘Rushdie and the Romantics: Intertextual Politics in Haroun and the Sea of Stories', Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 38:4 (2007 [2008]) 123-42.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘From Clonmel to Peru: Barbarism and Civility in Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess', Irish University Review (Autumn/Winter), 179-202 [with Anne Markey]

Electronic publishing

Christina Morin, 'Delightful Cannibal Feasts: Literary Consumption in Melmoth the Wanderer', The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies, 5, .

Sharon Murphy, Introductory bio-critical essay on ‘Anna Maria Edwards,' Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period. Stephen C. Behrendt, General Editor. Alexandria, Virginia: Alexander Street Press.

Michelle O’Connell, ‘Mary Alcock’ and ‘Louisa Stuart Costello’, in  Irish Women Romantic Poets Project, ed. Stephen C. Behrendt.  Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press.



Estelle Haan Classical Romantic: Identity in the Latin Poetry of Vincent Bourne. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.

Darryl Jones [Anne Dolan, Patrick M. Geoghegan and Darryl Jones] (eds),  Re-interpreting Emmet: Essays on the Life and Legacy of Robert Emmet. Dublin: UCD Press, xii + 258 pp.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts and Robert Morrison (eds), Thomas De Quincey: New Theoretical and Critical Directions. London: Routledge.


Shaun Regan. Tobias Smollett, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, ed. Angus Ross with Notes by Shaun Regan and an Introduction by Jeremy Lewis. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Essays in books

Aileen Douglas, 'Rule Britannia and the It-Narrator', in Mark Blackwell (ed), The Secret Life of Things. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, pp. 147 – 161.

Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, 'Becoming the Patriarch: Masculinity in Maria Edgeworth's Ormond', in Patricia Boyle Haberstroh & Christine St. Peter (eds), Opening the Field: Irish Women, Texts and Contexts, Cork: Cork University Press. pp. 31 - 42.

Daniel Sanjiv Roberts, ‘British Orientalism and the Hindu Nation: Robert Southey's Palimpsest of Kehama, 1800-1810',  in C. Vijayasree, Meenakshi Mukherjee, Harish Trivedi and Vijay Kumar (eds.), Nation in Imagination: Essays on Nationalism, Sub-Nationalisms and Narration. Hyderabad: Orient Longman pp. 88-91.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘The Writing Master's Ruler: Straight Lines and Digressions in the Fiction of Laurence Sterne and Italo Calvino', Twenty years after: An Irish Calvino?, Quaderni di cultura italiana 6. Turin: Trauben in association with Department of Italian, Trinity College Dublin, pp. 75-90.


Articles in journals

Carol Baraniuk, “ Ulster 's Burns? James Orr, the Bard of Ballycarry”, Review of Scottish Culture, 19, 54-62.

Crawford Gribben, 'Protestant millennialism, political violence and the Ulster conflict', Irish Studies Review 15:1, pp. 51-63

Estelle Haan,‘Both English and Latin: Milton's Bilingual Muse,' Renaissance Studies, 21.5, 679-700.

Jim Kelly, 'The oral tradition andliterature in Ireland and Scotland: Popular culture in Robert Burns and Charles Maturin', Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 1:1, 61-72.

Timothy McLoughlin, 'James Barry's illustrations of Paradise Lost: the debt to Burke', Cycnos, 24 ( Hommage à Michel Fuchs ), 133-46.

Anne Markey and Ian Campbell Ross, ‘From Clonmel to Peru: Barbarism and Civility in Vertue Rewarded; or, The Irish Princess ', Tipperary Historical Journal , 45-54.

Patricia Miller, 'The Contents of Jonathan Swift's Waste Paper Basket Recovered', Swift Studies, 22, 102-12.

Ian Campbell Ross, ‘”A very knowing American”: the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega and Swift's A Modest Proposal, Modern Language Quarterl, 68:4, 493-516.

_______________, ‘Ottomans, Incas, and Irish Literature: Reading Rycaut', Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 22, 11-27.

James Ward, 'Bodies for Sale: Marketing A Modest Proposal', Irish  Studies Review, 15, pp. 283-294. 

Electronic publishing

Sharon Murphy, 10 essays on works by Maria Edgeworth, The Literary Encyclopaedia . Ian Campbell Ross, Editor. London : The Literary Encyclopaedia Company.
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