Professor Nicholas Allen
That Island Never Found, eds. Nicholas Allen and Eve Patten (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007)
The Cities of Belfast, eds. Nicholas Allen and Aaron Kelly (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003)
Professor Nicholas Patrick Canny
Making Ireland British, 1580-1650 (Oxford University Press, 2001).
The Origins of Empire, British Overseas Enterprise to the Close of the Seventeenth Century ed., Nicholas Canny vol I of the five volume Oxford History of the British Empire (Oxford University Press,1998).
Empire, Society, and Labor: Essays in Honor of Richard S. Dunn, edited together with Joe Illick and Gary B. Nash (College Park, Pa., published Spring 1997 as supplement no. 64 to Pennsylvania History).
Europeans on the Move: Studies on European Migration, 1500-1800 edited by Nicholas Canny (Oxford University Press, 1994).
Colonial Identity in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800, edited with Anthony Pagden (Princeton University Press, 1987).
The Westward Enterprise : English Activities in Ireland, the Atlantic and America, 1480-1650, edited together with K. R. Andrews and P. E. H. Hair (Liverpool University Press, 1978) - a festschrift for David B. Quinn.
Kingdom and Colony : Ireland in the Atlantic World 1560-1800 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987).
From Reformation to Restoration : Ireland 1534-1660 (Dublin 1987); the third volume in the Helicon history of Ireland paperback series.
The Upstart Earl : a Study of the Social and Mental World of Richard Boyle, first earl of Cork, 1566-1643 (Cambridge University Press, 1982).
Clesham, Brigid (transcribed and edited) Register of the Parish of St Nicholas, Galway 1792-1840 (Dublin: Representative Church Body Library, 2004).
Professor Jane Conroy
CrossCultural Travel. Papers from The Royal Irish Academy International Symposium on Literature and Travel, National University of Ireland, Galway, November 2002, New York, Peter Lang, 2003, xxii-549 pp., 15 ill.
Terres tragiques. L'Angleterre et l'Écosse dans la tragédie française du XVII e siècle, Gunter Narr, Tübingen, 1999, 508 p., 29 ill., 7 tables. Preface by Jacques Truchet.
The Elizabethan Conquest of Ireland : a Pattern Established, 1565-76 (Harvester Press, 1976).
‘The Formal Implications of Anti-Colonialist Commitment: A Comparison of Doris Lessing's The Grass is Singing and Kateb Yacine's Nedjma', in E. Ngara & A. Morrison (eds), Literature, Language and the Nation (Harare, Zimbabwe, Baobab Books, 1989), pp. 27-38.
‘The Inescapable Allusion: the Occupation and the Resistance in French Fiction and Film of the Algerian War' in H.R. Kedward & N. Wood (eds), The Liberation of France: Image and Event (Oxford, Berg, 1995), pp. 269-82.
‘Sport, imperial expansion and colonial consolidation: A comparison of the French and British experiences' in F. van der Merwe (ed.), Sport as Symbol, Symbols in Sport, (Sankt Augustin, Academia Verlag, 1996), pp. 63-69.
‘Algerian war', in A. Hughes & K. Reader (eds), Encyclopedia of Contemporary French Culture (London, Routledge, 1998), pp. 12-13.
‘Decolonization', in A. Hughes & K. Reader, op. cit., pp. 141-44.
‘Sporting Assimilation and Cultural Confusion in Brittany' in G. Jarvie (ed.), Sport in the Making of Celtic Cultures (Cassell/Leicester University Press, 1999), pp. 112-30.
‘A la recherche du soldat perdu: Myth, Metaphor and Memory in the French Cinema of the Algerian War', in V. Holman & D. Kelly (eds), France at War in the Twentieth Century: Propaganda, Myth and Metaphor (Oxford, Berghahn, 2000), pp. 142-58.
‘Memorial Boundaries and Textual Transgressions: the Narrative Politics of France's Algerian War' in A. Hollis (ed.), Beyond Boundaries: Textual Representations of European Identity (Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2000), pp. 71-82.
‘Sport and identity in the new France' in W. Kidd & S. Reynolds (eds), Contemporary French Cultural Studies (London, Arnold, 2000), pp. 165-78.
‘The French Empire', in J. Bourne, P. Liddle & I. Whitehead (eds), The Great World War, 1914-45: Vol. 2. Who Won? Who Lost? - The peoples' experience (London, Harper-Collins, 2001), pp. 275-90.
‘Anglo-Saxon Literary and Filmic Representations of the Algerian War' in M. Alexander, M. Evans & J. Keiger (eds), The Algerian War and the French Army (1954-62): Experiences, Images, Testimonies (London, Palgrave, 2002), pp. 137-51.
‘The Kid from Lens, the Sultan, and the Divine Miss L: Some Varieties of French Sporting Heroism', in S. Alyn Stacey (ed.), Sporting Heroes in France and Ireland (Lewiston, N.Y., Edwin Mellen Press, 2003), pp. 71-85.
‘Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber', in B. Marshall (ed.), France and the Americas: Culture, Politics, History (Oxford & Santa Barbara, ABC-Clio, 2005), pp. 1065-66.
‘Sport', in B. Marshall, op. cit., pp. 1083-88.
‘Deception as Demystification in the French Literature of the Algerian War: The Case of Vladimir Volkoff', in C. Emerson & M. Scott (eds), Artful Deceptions: Verbal and Visual Trickery in French Culture (Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 2006), pp. 175-92.
‘Shaping the Colonial Body: Sport and Society in Algerian, 1870-1962', in P.M.E. Lorcin (ed.), Algeria & France, 1800-2000: Identity, Memory, Nostalgia (Syracuse, NY, Syracuse University Press, 2006), pp. 33-48.
‘Tackling Les Diables Verts: French writers on Irish rugby', in E. Maher, E. O'Brien, and G. Neville (eds), Reinventing Ireland Through a French Prism (Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 2007), pp. 325-41.
‘Les courses hippiques en France et au Royaume-Uni: Quelles représentations corporelles?', in G. Ferréol (ed.), Représentations Corporelles et Loisirs Sportifs (Brussels, Intercommunications / EME, 2009), pp. 131-44.
‘The French Colonial Myth of a Pan-Mediterranean Civilization', in H. Gafaïti, P.M.E. Lorcin and D.G. Troyansky (eds), Transnational Spaces and Identities in the Francophone World (Lincoln & London, University of Nebraska Press, 2009), pp. 3-23.
‘The End of the Republican Empire (1918-62), in C. Forsdick and D. Murphy (eds), Postcolonial Thought in the French-Speaking World (Liverpool University Press, 2009), pp. 205-15.
Dr Alison Forrestal
-ed. (with Eric Nelson), Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France (Basinstoke 2009).
Dr John Gibney
Ireland and the Popish Plot (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2009).
Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Johanna Archbold, John Gibney and Carole Jones (eds)Beyond the Anchoring Grounds: More Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies (Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics 14; Cló Ollscoil na Banríona/Queens University Press, 2006).
Dr. Timothy McLoughlin
James Boswell: An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a Tour to That Island, and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006 (ed. with James T.Boulton).
The Works of Maria Edgeworth, vol 1 (Castle Rackrent, Irish Bulls, Ennui).
London: Pickering and Chatto, 1999(eds. Jane Desmarais, Tim McLoughlin and Marilyn Butler).
Contesting Ireland: Irish Voices against England in the Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999.
The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, vol. 1 The Early Writings, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997 (ed. with James T.Boulton)
Insights: an Introduction to the Criticism of Zimbabwean and Other Poetry, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1984, pp.132. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera) Rept. 1995.
`Ways of Seeing the Rural Landscape in Zimbabwean Fiction and Painting`, Commonwealth (Dijon), 14, no.2 (1992), 61-68.
`Did Burke write The Reformer?`Notes and Queries, n.s. 39, no.4 (Dec. 1992), 474-77.
'Men at War: Writers and Fighters in Recent Zimbabwean Fiction`, Current Writing (Durban), 3, no.1 (1991), 147-55.
`Zimbabwean Short Stories by Black Writers: Still-birth or Genesis?`Kunapipi, xii (1991), 76-89.
`The Annual Register, 1785 - 1793: New Evidence`, The Library, 6th series, 12, no.3 (1990), 222-31.
`An Irish Reaction to English Domination: Swift`s The Story of an Injured Lady`, Cycnos (Nice), 6 (1990), 59-66.
`Burke`s Abridgement of English History`, Eighteenth-Century Ireland, v (1990), 45-59.
The Sound of Snapping Wires: A Selection of Zimbabwean Short Stories, intro. and ed. by T.O.McLoughlin, Harare: College Press, 1990, pp.275.
`The Comic Strip and Zimbabwe`s Development`, Literature, Language and the Nation, eds. E.Ngara and A.Morrison (Harare: Baobab Books, 1989), pp.120-29.
`Reading Zimbabwean Comics`Research in African Literatures, 20.2 (1989), 217-41.
`Fables from the Desert - Fuctions of Irony in Beckett and Some southern African Writers`, Literary Inter-relations: Ireland, England and the World (Tubingen: Norv, 1987), ii. 129-59.
`The Context of Edmund Burke`s The Reformer`, Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 2 (1987), 37-55.
`Censorship`, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe (Harare: Quest, 1987), p.63
Story-Craft II - An Introduction to Fiction, Harare: Longmans, 1986, pp.110. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera)
Story-Craft II - An Introduction to Fiction, Harare: Longmans, 1986,pp.135. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera
Story-Craft I - The Elements of a Story, Harare: Longmans, 1986, pp.135. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera)
`Cultural Authenticity in Black Zimbabwean Literature: a Case for Metonymy`, Nouvelles du Sud (Paris: Silex, 1986), pp. 79-91.
Karima, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1985, pp.211 (novel)
Ùn regard egare - la literature zimbabweene en anglais`, L`Afrique australe, LÀfrique litteraire, 68 (1985), 124-36.
Ènglish at the University of Zimbabwe`, Bulletin of the International Association of Professors of English (1984), pp.19-22.
`Black writing in English from Zimbabwe`, The Writing of East and Central Africa, ed. G. Killam (Heinemann, 1984), pp. 100-119).
`The Past and the Present in African Literature: Examples from Contemporary Zimbabwean Fiction`, Presence Africaine, 132 (1984), 93-107.
`Violance, Disintegration and the new Vision in the Plays of Sean O`Casey`,Studies (Dublin), Ixxi (1982), 344-59.
`Burke`s Dualistic Vision in the Tracts on the Popery Laws`, Etudes Anglaises. Xxiv. 2 (1981), 180-91.
`The Inadequacy of Moral Language in Roxana`, Maynooth Review (Winter 1978), 41-45.
New Writing in Rhodesia, ed. T.O.McLoughlin (Gwelo:Mambo Press, 1976), pp.132.
`The Plays of John Pepper Clark`, English Studies in Africa, xviii. 1 (1975), 31-40.
`Poetry, Myth and Reality`, Rhodesia Science News, Dec. 1975.
Edmund Burke and the First Ten Years of the Ànnual Register`, series in the Humanities 1, University of Rhodesia, 1975, pp.53.
`Sean O`Casey`, Studies in Literature (Papers of the English Association and the English Department, 1974), pp.15
Dr. John Moulden
Sam Henry's ‘Songs-of the People' (ed Gale Huntington and Lani Herrmann with John Moulden) (University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Dr. Lionel Pilkington
Timothy P. Foley, Lionel Pilkington, Sean Ryder and Elizabeth Tilley, (eds.) Gender and Colonialism, (Galway: Galway University Press, 1995). (2002). (Book co-editor).
Editor, Imperial communication: Australia, Britain and the British empire (Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, 2005)
Editor, Newspapers and empire in Ireland and Britain (Four Courts Press, 2004)
(In addition to my role as editor, I contributed both a full-length introduction and an essay on ‘Empire and the English press, c. 1857-1914' to this volume)
Dr Sean Ryder
2001, ‘Young Ireland and the 1798', in L. Geary (ed.) Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland, Four Courts Press, pp. 135-47.