Professor Sean Ryder
- Project: Culture & Colonialism
- Project: Thomas Moore Hypermedia Archive
- Project: Texts Contexts Cultures Research Projects
- Project: TEXTE: Transfer of Expertise in Technologies of Editing
- Location: Department of English
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Ryder, S. 1990, John Berryman, The Dream Songs and Collected Poems 1937-1971 in Irish University Review 20(1990): 398-400.
Ryder, S. 1992/1993, ‘Male Autobiography and Cultural Nationalism: John Mitchel and James Clarence Mangan.' Irish Review 13 (Winter 1992/1993): 70-77
Ryder, S. 1994, ‘Videos and Violence.' Film West, no. 17 (May 1994): 18-19
Ryder, S. 1992, UCG Women's Studies Centre Review, Volume One, edited by Anne Byrne, Jane Conroy, Sean Ryder (Galway: UCG Women's Studies Centre, 1992).
Ryder, S. 1993, UCG Women's Studies Centre Review, Volume Two, edited by Anne Byrne, Jane Conroy, Sean Ryder (Galway: UCG Women's Studies Centre, 1993).
Ryder, S. 1995, Eva Cherniavsky, That Pale Mother Rising: Sentimental Discourse and the Imitation of Motherhood in 19th-Century America in UCG Women's Studies Review, Volume 3, ed. P. Byrne, J.Conroy, A. Hayes (UCG, 1995
yder, S. 1995, Terry Eagleton, Heathcliff and the Great Hunger in The Irish Reporter 19 (1995): 30
Ryder, S. 1995, Gender and Colonialism, edited by T. P. Foley, Lionel Pilkington, Sean
Ryder, Elizabeth Tilley (Galway: Galway University Press, 1995).
Ryder, S. 1995, ‘Gender and the Discourse of Young Ireland Nationalism.' In Gender and Colonialism, edited by T. P. Foley, Lionel Pilkington, Sean
Ryder and Elizabeth Tilley (Galway: Galway University Press, 1995). 210-24
Ryder, S. 1996, Irish Famine, edited by Chris Morash and Richard Hayes (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1996). 151-63
Ryder, S. 1996, Laura Pietropaolo and Ada Testaferri, eds. Feminisms and the Cinema in UCG Women's Studies Review, Volume 4, ed. A. Hayes, A. Lyons, Á. Ní Léime, L. Shaughnessy (UCG, 1996).
Ryder, S. 1998, ‘Representing Ireland: Literary Adaptation and Irish Cinema.' Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies 9 (1998): 119-30.
Ryder, S. 1998, ‘Radical Politics and Nineteenth-Century Poetry.' ROPES 6 (1998): 7-10
Ryder, S. 1998, Ellen Shannon Mangan, James Clarence Mangan: A Biography and John N. Molony, A Soul Came into Ireland: Thomas Davis 1814-1845 in Bullán 4.1 (1998): 133-137Ryder, S. 1996, ‘Reading Lessons: Famine and The Nation 1845-49.' In ‘Fearful Realities:' New
Ryder, S. 1998, Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Tadhg Foley and Sean Ryder (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998).Perspectives on the
Ryder, S. 1999, ‘Speaking of '98: Young Ireland and Republican Memory.' Éire - Ireland 34.2 (1999): 51-69
Ryder, S. 2001, Martin McLoone, Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema in Film West, no. 44 (2001): 67
Ryder, S. 2000, James McKillop, ed. Contemporary Irish Cinema in Irish Review 26 (2000): 121-123.
Ryder, S. 2000, Sue Thornham, ed. Feminist Film Theory: A Reader in Irish Journal of Feminist Studies 4.1 (2000): 127-129Ryder, S. 2001, ‘Young Ireland and the 1798 Rebellion.' In Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland, edited by Larry Geary (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2001). 135-47
Ryder, S. 2000, ‘The Politics of Landscape and Region in 19th-Century Poetry.' In Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: Regional Identity, edited by Glenn Hooper and Leon Litvack (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000). 169-85
Ryder, S. 2001, Editorial assistant (1989-90) on the Bollingen ‘Collected Coleridge' edition of S. T. Coleridge's Poetical Works, ed. J.C.C. Mays (Princeton UP, 2001).
Ryder, S. 2003, ‘Introduction.' Emily Cullen, No Vague Utopia (Galway: Ainnir, 2003).
Ryder, S. 2004, James Clarence Mangan: Selected Writings, UCD Press
Ryder, S. 2005, ‘Defining Colony and Empire in 19th-Century Irish Nationalism.' In Was Ireland a Colony?, edited by Terrence McDonough (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2005). 165-185.
Ryder, S. 2005, ‘Ireland in Ruins: The Figure of Ruin in Nineteenth-Century Irish Poetry.' In Landscape and Empire 1770-2000, edited by Glenn Hooper (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005). 79-92.
Ryder, S. 2005, ‘Literature in English.' In Nineteenth-Century Ireland: A Guide to Recent Research, edited by Laurence Geary and Margaret Kelleher (Dublin: UCD Press, 2005). 118-135
Ryder, S. 2006, ‘"A Noble Heart and a Governing Mind": Irish Nationalist Autobiography in the 19th Century.' In Modern Irish Autobiography: Self, Nation and Society, edited by Liam Harte (London: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2006). 14-31
Ryder, S. 2006, ‘Ireland, India and Popular Nationalism in the Early Nineteenth Century.' In Ireland and India: Colonies, Culture and Empire, edited by Tadhg Foley and Maureen O'Connor (Dublin and Portland, Or.: Irish Academic Press, 2006). 12-25
Ryder, S. 2008, ‘Ireland's Difficulty: The Novelist's Opportunity.' Field Day Review 4 (2008). 289-296.
Ryder, S. 2008, Entries on ‘James Clarence Mangan', ‘Thomas Davis' and Young Ireland.' In Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism, edited by Margaret Beetham, et al. (London: British Library, 2008)
Ryder, S. (forthcoming 2009), Co-editor, special issue of Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie on text-encoding initiatives in Ireland (forthcoming 2009)
Ryder, S. (forthcoming 2009), Modernity's Other: The Quiet Man, The Field and The Commitments.' In New Essays on the Quiet Man, edited by Sean Crossan (Dublin: Irish Academic Press).
Ryder, S. (forthcoming 2009),' James Clarence Mangan.' Biographical essay for Royal Irish Academy Dictionary of Irish Biography, edited by Aidan Clarke, et al. (Cambridge: Cambridge UP)Ryder, S. 2001, ‘Young Ireland and the 1798', in L. Geary (ed.) Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland, Four Courts Press, pp. 135-47.