Dr Lionel Pilkington
Dr Ulick Lionel M. S. Pilkington
Books published, edited and co-edited
Theatre and the State in 20th Century Ireland: Cultivating the People (London and New York: Routledge, 2001) (Author).
Timothy P. Foley, Lionel Pilkington, Sean Ryder and Elizabeth Tilley, (eds.) Gender and Colonialism, (Galway: Galway University Press, 1995). (2002). (Book co-editor).
'Theatre and Colonialism in Ireland' in Terrence McDonough (eds) Was Ireland a Colony? (Irish Academic Press, 2005), pp 299-208.
'The Playboy of the Western World as Cultural Event' in Adrian Frazier (eds) Playboys of the Western World: Production Histories, (Caryrsfort Press, 2004), pp 161-166.
'The Abbey Theatre and the Irish State' in Shaun Richards (eds) The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Irish Theatre, (Cambridge University Press, 2003), 231-243).
‘Trenchant Caution,' The Irish Review 35 (Summer 2007) 162-65.
‘Taking Action and Thinking Theatre,' Village Magazine (in conjunction with Field Day) 8-14 December, 2005, p. 25.
‘Historicizing is not Enough: Recent Developments and Trends in Irish Theatre History', Modern Drama, 47. 4 (Winter 2004) 721-31.
‘Abbey Stage is no place to be doing business,' Irish Examiner, 24 December 2004: 10.
‘Irish Drama and its Contexts', The Irish Review 26 (Autumn 2000) 118-21.
‘Imagining a Minority: Protestants and Irish Cultural Politics,' Graph: Irish Cultural Review 3.2 (1998) 13-17.