Journal Articles

Professor Nicholas Patrick Canny

The Representation of Slaves and Slavery in the Writing on the West Indies during the Early Modern Centuries: French and English Contributions Compared," in Migration, Trade, and Slavery in an Expanding World: Essays in Honor of Pieter Emmer, ed. Wim Klooster (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 197-224.ŒAtlantic History and Global History¹, in Jack P.Greene and Philip D.Morgan, Atlantic History: A Critical Reappraisal (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, Pp. 317-336

ŒThe Rise of Great Britain¹, in The World of 1607: Special Exhibition:
Artifacts of the Jamestown Era from Around the World (Jamestown Settlement, Va., 2007), pp. 62-8.

ŒEnglische und schottische Siedler in Irland seit der Frühen Neuzeit¹, in Klaus Bade, Pieter Emmer, Leo Lucassen und Jochen Oltmer, eds., Enzyklopädie Migration in Europa. Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart (München, 2007), pp. 548-553.

‘Moving forward from the "New British History"', in Claudia Schnurmann and Hartmut Lehmann, eds, Atlantic Understandings: Essays on European and American History in Honor of Hermann Wellenreuther (Lit Verlag, Hamburg, 2006), pp. 405-416.

‘The Intersections between Irish and British Political Thought in the Early-Modern Centuries', in David Armitage, ed., British Political Thought in History, Literature and Theory, 1500-1800 (Cambridge, 2006), pp. 67-88.

‘The Politics of History: Writing Early Modern History in Parnellian Ireland', The Parnell Lecture, 2004-5, Magdalene College, Cambridge, Occasional Paper no.34.

Religion and Violence in Early Modern Ireland', in Religion und Gewalt: konflikte, rituale, deutungen (1500-1800), ed., Kasper von Greyertz and Kim Siebenhüner (Gottingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2006), pp. 175-194.

Atlantic History and Global History', in Latin America and the Atlantic World: essays in honor of Horst Pietschmann, ed., Renate Pieper and Peer Schmidt (Cologne, Böhlau, 2005), pp. 25-34.

‘Obituary: Gearóid Mac Niocaill (1932-2004)', in Analecta Hibernica, no 39 (2006), pp. xii-xiv.

Historians, moral judgement and national communities: the Irish dilemma', in above pp. 401-410.

Editor of a Focus section on the issue of Historians and Moral Judgements in European Review, Vol.14. no. 3 (July 2006), pp .369-410. Within this Nicholas Canny, ‘Focus: Historians and Moral Judgements: Introduction, pp. 369-372.

Foreword to Kevin Kenny, ed., Ireland and the British Empire (Oxford, 2004), pp. ix-xviii.with Karen Ordahl Kupperman (New York University), ‘The Scholarship and Legacy of David Beers Quinn, 1909-2002', in The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 60 (2003), pp. 843-860.

‘Writing Early Modern History: Ireland, Britain and the Wider World', in The Historical Journal, vol. 46 (2003), pp. 723-747.

‘Taking Sides in Early Modern Ireland: the Case of Hugh O'Neill, earl of Tyrone', in Taking Sides?: Colonial and Confessional Mentalitiés in Early Modern Ireland; Essays in Honour of Karl S. Bottigheimer, ed., Vincent Carey and Ute Lotz-Heumann (Dublin, 2003), pp. 94-115.

‘ Asia, the Atlantic and the Subjects of the British Monarchy', in A Companion to Stuart Britain, ed., Barry Coward (Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, 2003), pp. 45-66.

‘Atlantic History, 1492-1700: Scope, Sources and Methods', in Atlantic History: History of the Atlantic System, 1580-1830, ed., Horst Pietschmann (Göttingen, 2002), pp. 55-64.

'Atlantic History; what and why?', in European Review, vol. 9 (2001), pp. 399-411.

'Writing Atlantic History; or, Reconfiguring the History of Colonial British America', in The Journal of American History, vol. 86 (1999), pp. 1093-1114.

'Religion, Politics and the Irish Rising of 1641',in Religion and Rebellion: the Proceedings of the Twenty Second Irish Conference of Historians, ed. Judith Devlin and Ronan Fanning, (Dublin, 1997), pp. 40-70.

'Revising the Revisionist', in Irish Historical Studies, XXX (1996), pp. 242-254.

'Reviewing A View of the Present State of Ireland' in Irish University Review: Special Issue: Spenser in Ireland, 1596-1996 XXVI (1996), pp. 252-267.

'Irish, Scottish and Welsh Responses to Centralization, c.1530-c1640', in Uniting the Kingdom? The Enigma of British History', ed Alexander Grant and Keith Stringer (London, Routledge, 1995), pp. 147-69.

'What Really Happened in Ireland in 1641?', in Ireland: From Independence to Occupation, 1641-1660 , ed. Jane Ohlmeyer (Cambridge, 1995), pp. 24-43.

Irish Resistance to Empire? : 1641, 1690 and 1798', in An Imperial State at War ed. Lawrence Stone (London, Routledge, 1994) pp. 288-321.

'1641 Depositions : a Source for Social and Cultural History', in History Ireland, vol. 1, no.4 (1993), pp.52-55.

'The 1641 Depositions as a Source for the Writing of Social History : County Cork as a Case Study', in Cork: History and Society ed. Patrick O'Flanagan and Neil Buttimer (Dublin, 1993), pp.249-308.

'The Attempted Anglicization of Ireland in the Seventeenth Century: an Exemplar of "British History"', in Three Nations - a Common History c.1600-1920 ed. Ronald G. Asch (Bochum, Germany, Universitatsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer, 1993), pp. 49-82; reprinted in The Political World of Thomas Wentworth, earl of Strafford, 1621-1641, ed. Julia Merritt, (Cambridge, 1996).

'Remembering Columbus, 1492-1992', in Journal of Galway Archaeological & Historical Society XLIV (1992) pp. 1-10.

'The Early Planters : Spenser and his Contemporaries', in The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, ed. Seamus Deane (Derry City & London, 1991), pp. 171-234; prepared with Andrew Carpenter.

'Ireland: the Historical Context', in The Spenser Enclyclopedia, ed. A.C. Hamilton et. al. (Toronto, 1990), pp. 404-7.

'The Marginal Kingdom : Ireland as a Problem in the First British Empire', in Strangers within the Realm : Cultural Margins of the First British Empire, ed., Bernard Bailyn and Philip D. Morgan (Chapel Hill, 1991) pp. 35-66.

'In Defence of the Constitution? : the nature of Irish revolt in the Seventeenth Century' in Culture et Pratiques Politiques en France et en Irlande, XVIe-XVIIIe siècle ed. Louis Bergeron and L.M. Cullen (Paris, 1990), pp. 23-40.

'The British Atlantic World : Working Towards a Definition', in Historical Journal, XXXIII (1990), pp. 479-97.

'Uplift', in London Review of Books, 24 May 1990, pp. 22-3 : a review of Oliver MacDonagh, The Emancipist : Daniel O'Connell, 1830-1847.

'Introduction : Spenser and Reform in Ireland' in Spenser and Ireland : an Interdisciplinary Perspective, ed., Patricia Coughlan (Cork, 1989), pp. 9-24.

'Early Modern Ireland, c.1500-1700', in The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland, ed. R. F. Foster (Oxford, 1989), pp. 104-60.

'Conquest and Colonisation : the implications of these processes for Modern Irish History', in Irish-Australian Studies : Papers Delivered at the Fifth Irish-Australian Conference, ed. Oliver MacDonagh and W.F. Mandle (Canberra, 1988), pp.42-64.

'Upper Ireland', in London Review of Books, 16 March 1989, pp. 8-9: a review of R.F. Foster, Modern Ireland, 1600-1972

'Raleigh's Ireland', in Raleigh and Quinn : the Explorer and his Boswell, ed. H.G. Jones (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1987), pp. 86-101.

Debate with Dr. Ciaran Brady on 'Spenser's Irish Crisis' in Past & Present 120 (1988), pp. 201-15.

'To Establish a Common Wealthe: Captain John Smith as New World Colonist', in Virginia Magazine of History & Biography XCVI (1988), pp. 213-22.

'The Birth of the Modern Constitution', in De Valera's Constitution and Ours, ed. Brian Farrell (Dublin, 1988), pp. 1-17.

'Protestants, Planters and Apartheid in Early Modern Ireland', in Irish Historical Studies, XXV, (1986), pp. 105-15.

'European's Abroad : Problems, Perspectives and Possibilities', in Historical Journal, XXIX (1987), pp. 469-79.

'The Irish Background to Penn's Experiment', in The World of William Penn, ed. R. S. Dunn and M. M. Dunn (Philadelphia,1986), pp. 139-56.

'Natives & Other Strangers : settlement, cultural assimilation and conflict', in Community, Culture & Conflict, ed. M.A.G. Ó Tuathaigh (Galway, 1986), pp. 1-16.

'Pádraigín Haicéad : an sagart agus an file i gcomhthéacs a aimsire', in Dúchas, 1983, 1984, 1985 (Dublin, 1986), pp. 8-20 [Pádraigín Haicéad the priest and the poet in the context of his time].

'The Power but not the Gory', in Times Literary Supplement, 19 Dec. 1986, p. 1432 : a review of New History of Ireland, vol. IV.

Debate with Raymond Gillespie on Migration and Opportunity in Irish Economic & Social History, XIII (1986), pp. 96-100.

'Migration and Opportunity : Britain, Ireland and the New World', in Irish Economic & Social History XII (1985), pp. 7-32; subsequently included in slightly revised form as a chapter of Kingdom and Colony.

'Fusion and Faction in Modern Ireland', in Comparative Studies in Society and History XXVI (1984), pp. 352-65.

'Galway : from the Reformation to the Penal Laws', in Diarmuid Ó Cearbhaill ed., Galway : Town & Gown, 1484-1984 (Dublin, Gill & Macmillan, 1984), pp. 10-28.

'Edmund Spenser and the Development of an Anglo-Irish Identity', in Yearbook of English Studies, XIII (1983), pp. 1-19.

'The Formation of the Irish Mind : Religion, Politics and Gaelic Irish Literature, 1580-1750', in Past & Present no. 95 (1982), pp. 91-116; subsequently reprinted in Nationalism and Popular Protest in Ireland, ed. C. H. E. Philpin (Cambridge, 1987), pp. 50-79.

'The Anglo-American Colonial Experience', in Historical Journal, XXIV (1981), pp. 485-503.

'Sixteenth-Century Ireland : Themes and Sources', a debate with Dr. Brendan Bradshaw, Sussex Tapes, 1981.

'Why the Reformation failed in Ireland : une question mal posée', in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, XXX (1979), pp. 423- 50.

'Rowland White's "The Dyssorders of the Irisshery" [1571]', in Studia Hibernica, XIX (1979), pp. 147- 60.

'Rowland White's "Discors Touching Ireland" [1569]', in Irish Historical Studies, XX (1977), pp. 439-63.

'Dominant Minorities : English Settlers in Ireland and Virginia, 1550-1650', in Minorities in History ed. A.C. Hepburn (London, Arnold, 1978), pp. 51-69.

'Early- Modern Ireland : an appraisal appraised', in Irish Economic & Social History, IV (1977), pp. 56-65.

The formation of the Old-English elite in Ireland, the National University of Ireland O'Donnell lecture for 1974 published in pamphlet form, Dublin 1975, pp. 37.

'The ideology of English colonization : from Ireland to America', in The William & Mary Quarterly, XXX(1973), pp. 575-98; subsequently reprinted in Colonial America : Essays in Politics and Social Development ed Stanley N. Katz and John M. Murrin (New York, Knopf, 1983 ), pp. 47-68; and to be reprinted yet again in Theories of Empire, 1450-1800, ed. David Armitage, (London, Variorum Press, 1998).

'Changing views on Gaelic Ireland', in Topic : 24 : Themes in Irish Culture (Washington, PA. 1972), pp. 19-28.

'The Flight of the earls, 1607', in Irish Historical Studies, XVII (1971), pp. 380-99.

'The treaty of Mellifont and the re-organization of Ulster', in The Irish Sword, IX (1970) pp. 249-62.

'Hugh O'Neill and the changing face of Gaelic Ulster', in Studia Hibernica, X (1970), pp. 7-35.

Dr. Paul Caton

"Markup's Current Imbalance." Markup Languages: theory and practice 3(1). Winter 2001.

"Nouns Proper and Improper: Using the TEI for primary sources." With Sydney Bauman and Julia Flanders. Computers and the Humanities. 32. 1998.

"Putting Renaissance Women Online." Proceedings of the ICCC/IFIP Working Conference on Electronic Publishing '97.

Brigid Clesham

‘Irish Tourist Association Topographical & General Survey for Co. Mayo', Cathair na Mart, (Journal of the Westport Historical Society), Vol 27 (2009), pp.60-71.

‘The Westport Estate Papers', Cathair na Mart, (Journal of the Westport Historical Society), Vol 26 (2008), pp.90-105.

‘The Ritchie Pickow Photographic Collection', Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol 57 (2005), pp.196-207.

‘Lord Altamont's Letters to Lord Lucan about the Act of Union 1800', Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol 54 (2002), pp.25-34.

‘The Wilson Lynch Papers', The Other Clare, Vol 25 (2001), pp.19-21.

‘The Gonne Family and Crossboyne', Crossboyne Parish Magazine, Vol 2 (1997), p.39.

‘Lafcadio Hearn and the Elwood Family of Strandhill', Cunga (Cong Parish Magazine), Vol 2 (1997), p.9.

‘The Fair Family of Levally near Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo', Journal of the South Mayo Family Research Society, Vol IX (1996), pp.43-50.

‘A voyage into the Kingdom of the Joyces in 1756', Journal of the South Mayo Family Research Society, Vol VII (1994), pp.2-5.

‘The Browne-Miller Duel 1748', Journal of the South Mayo Family Research Society,Vol VI (1993), pp.19-21.

‘Gravestone Inscriptions at Kilfraughans Cemetery', Journal of the South Mayo Family Research Society, Vol V (1992), pp. 9-10.

‘The Parish Registers for the Church of Ireland (Episcopalian) in the United Dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry', Irish Family Links, Vol 2, No l (1984), pp.21-28.

‘The Elwood Family of Co. Mayo', The Irish Genealogist, Vol 6, No 4 (1983), pp.477-486.

Professor Jane Conroy

Galway Bay, Louis XIV's Navy and the ‘little Bougard', Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 1997, vol. 49, pp. 36-48.

Ballinasloe, 1826: Catholic Emancipation, political tourism and the French liberal agenda, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 2002, vol. 54, pp. 103-20.

Dr Fiona Bateman

‘Defining the Heathen Irish and the Pagan African: Two similar discourses a century apart', commissioned article for inclusion in Les Faites Missionaires (LFM), Summer 2008.

‘Race and Religion: The Irish Encounter with the Pagan in Africa', Foilsiú, Vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 2006, pp 37-55.

‘Introduction', Irish-Australian Studies: Papers Delivered at the Ninth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway, April 1997 (Sydney: Crossing Press, 2000), pp. vii-ix (Co-author with Tadhg Foley).

‘English, History, and Philosophy', in From Queen's College to National University: Essays on the Academic History of QCG/UCG/NUI, Galway, Tadhg Foley (ed.) (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999), pp. 384-420. (Co-author with Tadhg Foley)

Francesca Benatti

Review of The Eternal Paddy: Irish Identity and the British Press, 1798-1882 by Michael De Nie, in Victorian Review, vol. 31, no. 2 (2005)

The Representation of Slaves and Slavery in the Writing on the West Indies during the Early Modern Centuries: French and English Contributions Compared," in Migration, Trade, and Slavery in an Expanding World: Essays in Honor of Pieter Emmer, ed. Wim Klooster (Leiden: Brill, 2009), 197-224.

Matteo Binasco

"Few, endangered, and non supported: the experience of Irish Catholic priests in the West Indies in the seventeenth century, 1638-1669", submitted to Historical Studies.

"Letters of Luke Wadding, OFM, preserved in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana of Milano" [in preparation].

'Few, Uncooperative, and Endangered: The Troubled Activity of the Roman Catholic missionaries in Acadia (1610-1710)", in Reformation and Renaissance Review, [forthcoming]

"James Jones: missionnaire catholique Irlandais en Nouvelle-Écosse, (1785-1800)", in Les Cahiers de la société historique acadienne, vol.39, nr.1 (Janvier-Mars 2008), pp.9-16.

"Few, Uncooperative, and Endangered: The Troubled Activity of the Roman Catholic missionaries in Acadia (1610-1710)", in Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Journal, vol.10 (2007), pp. 147-162.

"Capucins, jésuites et récollets en Acadie de 1610 à 1710 : une première évangélisation assez chaotique", in Histoire & Missions Chretiennes, nr.2, pp.163-176

"Le rôle et les activités des missionnaires catholiques en Acadie de 1610 à 1710", in Revue Histoire Ecclesiastique, vol.102 (2007), nr°2, pp.428-445

"Les activités des missionnaires catholiques romains en Acadie/Nouvelle-Écosse (1610-1755)", in Les Cahiers de la société historique acadienne, vol.37, n°1 (Janvier-Mars 2006), pp.4-29.

"James Jones: An Irish Catholic missionary in Nova Scotia, 1785-1800", acts of the international meeting "Il Canada e le rotte della libertà", 5-9 October 2005, Monopoli (Bari), pp.569-575.

"L'Acadia e i missionari francesi: un rapporto difficile", acts of the international meeting "Culture e letterature di lingua francese in Canada", 17-19 May 2004, Monopoli (Bari), pp.131-138.

"I Cappuccini Europei nell' America Francese nella prima metà del seicento", in Miscellanea di storia delle esplorazioni geografiche, XXVII, Genova, Bozzi, 2002, pp.85-109.

Philip Dine

‘Emmanuel Roblès', Parcours: L'Algérie, les hommes, et l'histoire, nos. 6-7, December 1986, pp. 103-9.

‘Jules Roy', Parcours, op. cit., pp.110-18.

‘Reading and remembering la guerre des mythes: French literary representations of the Algerian war', Modern and Contemporary France, NS2 (2), 1994, pp. 141-50.

‘Thinking the Unthinkable: The Generation of Meaning in French Literary and Cinema Images of the Algerian War', Maghreb Review, vol. 19, nos. 1-2, 1994, pp. 123-32.

‘Money, Identity and Conflict: Rugby League in France', Sports Historian, no. 16, May 1996, pp. 99-116.

‘Un héroïsme problématique - Le sport, la littérature et la guerre d'Algérie', Europe, nos. 806-7, June-July 1996, pp. 177-85.

‘The French Colonial Empire in Juvenile Fiction: from Jules Verne to Tintin', Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques, vol. 23, no. 2, Spring 1997, pp. 177-203.

‘Trois regards étrangers', CinémAction, no.85 (special number devoted to ‘La guerre d'Algérie à l'écran'), 4e trimestre 1997, pp. 80-86.

‘«L'Honneur d'un capitaine» et la question de la torture chez Pierre Schoendoerffer', CinémAction, op. cit., pp. 120-27.

‘French culture and the Algerian war: mobilizing icons', Journal of European Studies, vol. 28, parts 1/2, nos. 109/110, March/June 1998. pp. 51-68.

‘Du collégien à l'homme (aller-retour). Rugby et masculinité en Grande-Bretagne et en France', Mouvement Social, no. 198, January-March 2002, pp. 75-90.

‘(Still) A la recherche de l'Algérie perdue: French Fiction and Film, 1992-2001', Historical reflections / Réflexions Historiques, vol. 28. no. 2, summer 2002, pp. 255-75.

‘France, Algeria and sport: from colonisation to globalisation', Modern & Contemporary France, vol. 10, no. 4, November 2002, pp. 495-505.

‘Fighting and writing the war without a name: polemics and the French-Algerian conflict', Aurifex (Electronic journal, Goldsmiths College, University of London), vol. 2, 2002.

‘The end of an idyll? Sport and society in France, 1998-2002', Modern & Contemporary France, vol. 11, no. 1, February 2003, pp. 33-43.

‘Decolonizing the Republic', Contemporary French and Francophone Studies (special number on ‘The Fifth Republic at 50: 1958-2008'), vol. 12, no. 2, 2008, pp. 173-81.

Dr Alison Forrestal

-‘The Church in the Tridentine and Early Modern Eras', in Gerard Mannion and Lewis Mudge (eds), Routledge Companion to the Christian Church (London 2007), 85-105.

-‘Vincent de Paul as Mentor', Vincentian Heritage (2008), pp. 7-16.

-‘Irish Entrants to the Congregation of the Mission, 1625-60', Archivium Hibernicum, 62 (2009).

-‘Vincent de Paul: The Making of a Dévot', in Alison Forrestal and Eric Nelson (eds), Politics and Religion in Early Bourbon France (Basingstoke 2009).

Dr. Tania Manca

‘François Le Vaillant. Connaissance et liberté, deux matrices du voyage'.

In Destinées voyageuses. La patrie, la France, le Monde, ed. Beïda Chikhi, Paris, Presses de l'Université Paris-Sorbonne, 20p. (2006).

Viaggiatori Europei: dall'esplorazione del mondo al viaggio in Sardegna, ed. T. Manca, Sassari, Carol Delfino, 221 p. (incl. ‘L Viaggiatori europei alla continua riscoperia della Sardegan'. 32 p,). (2005).

‘Le discourse du voyageur europeen en Afrique auz XVIII et XIX siecles et sa réception en Europe'. In questions de réception des littératures francophones, Palabres, dir. C. Ndiaye, Palabres, n2 (2004-2005), Bayreuth, Universitat Bayreuth, 18 p. (2005)

‘La Péche du corail dans les recits de voyage européens en Sardaigne et en Corse au XVIII et XIX siécles'. In M. Vergé-Granceschi and A.-M. Granziani, eds, Le corail en Mediterranée, Ajaccio, Alain Piazzola, 38 p. (2004)

‘Europe discovers one of its islands: Sardinia*. In J. Conroy, ed., Cross-Cultural Travel, Royal Irish Academy International symposium on Literature and Travel, National University of Ireland, Galway. 2002, New York: Peter Lnag, 2003, 10 p. (2003).

Dr. Timothy McLaughlin

`James Barry`s Illustrations of Paradise Lost: the debt to Burke`, Passeurs de Liveres, Passeurs dEspoirs, Mélanges en Mémoire de Michel Fuchs, ed. Michel Baridon, Presses Universitaires de Nice (forthcoming 2007).

`Boswell and Corsica: the Art of Puffing`, Bulletin de la societe dètudes anglo-americaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles, 55 (2002), pp. 157-69.`

`Settlers, Margins and Centres in Postcolonial Writing from Ireland and Zimbabwe`in Irish and Postcolonial Writing, edited by Glenn Hopper and Colin Graham. London: Palgrave Macmillar, 2002.

`Conquest, Liberty and Empire: Anomalies and Contradictions in Eighteenth-Century Writing`,Bulletin de la societe dètudes anglo-americaines des XVII e et XVIIIe siecles, 53(2001), pp.189-200

`Resistance and Affirmation: Marechera`s "My Arms Vanished Mountains", Emerging Perspectives on Dambudzo Marechera, eds,. Anthony Chennells and Flora Velt-Wild (New Jersey: African World Press, 1999), pp.137-50

`Conflict and Instability in Marechera`s Cemetery of Mind`, Commonwealth,19, no.2 (1997), 42-50.

`Some Examples from Zimbabwean Painters and Writers in English: Zimbabwean Landscape and Cityscape`, Zimbabwe: Legacies of Stone, Past and Present, 2 vols (Tervuren:Royal Museum of Central Africa, 1997), ii. 85-104.

`A Crisis for the Irish in Bordeaux: 1756`, in Nations and Nationalisms: France, Britain, Ireland and the Eighteenth-Century Context, ed.Michael O`Dea and Kevin Whelan (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1996), pp.129-45.

`Editing Tsotso: New Voices in Zimbabwean Poetry`, in Nouvelles du Sud:Litteratures d`Afrique du Sud (Ivry:Cerpana, 1993), pp.63-69.

`Fielding`s Essay on Conversation:A Courtesy Guide to Joseph Andrews?in The Crisis of Courtesy, Studies in the Conduct-Book in Britain, 1660-1900m ed, Jacques Carre (Leiden:Brill, 1994), pp.93-102.

`Charles Mungoshi:`, Twentieth-Century Caribbean and Black African Writers, ed. Bernth Lindfors(Columbia: Broccoli Clark, 1995),pp.209-17[with G.R.Brown].

`Bryan O`Nolan/Flann O`Brien/Myles:Playing/Spoiling`, Cycnos, 10, no.2 (1993), 85-96.

Christian Churches in Rhodesia`, Christianity South of the Zambezi, ed. A.J.Dachs (Gwelo[Gweru]: Mambo Press, 1973),pp.189-97.

`Ted Hughes`, Studies in Literature (Papers of the English Association of Rhodesia and the English Department, 1972), pp.15.

`All my struggling leaves my best undone`, Opus, 3 (1970), 51-55. (Arthur Shearly Cripps)

`Edmund Burke: the Postgraduate Years, 1748-1750`, Studies in Burke and His Time, x (1968), 1035-40.

`An Unusual Offer to Nisus - Aeneid ix, 272-73`, Proceedings of the African Classical Associations, ii (1968), 55-58.

`Edmund Burke`s Formal Training in Oratory`, English Studies in Africa, xi.2 (1968), 161-72.

`How to teach appreciation of English poetry through Latin`, Journal of the Classics Teachers in Rhodesia, iii(1967), 1-6.

`Tibullus 1.x.13, "Nunc ad bella trahorl...", Latomus, xxv (1966),287-90.

Dr Kinga Olsewska

Community Projects as a Resource for Cross-cutting Identities: the Case of Aughnacloy Truagh European Studies Schools Project and Fishbowl Youth. In preparation for Nordic Irish Studies at the solicitation of its co-editor Michael Böss (University of Aarhus, Denmark)

Transformative Identities: Nomadism as a Critical Philosophy of Identity in Anne Enright's What Are You Like?, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne's The Dancers Dancing and Olga Tokarczuk's House of Day, House of Night. In consideration by Études Irlandaises journal.

‘The Limits of Post-nationalism: the Works of John Banville and Mary O'Malley'. Nordic Irish Studies Journal. Forthcoming 2008

‘Irony as a Form of Dissidence: the Poetry of StanisÅ‚aw BaraÅ„czak and Paul Muldoon.' Special Issue of Études Irlandaises: Ireland and Europe. Automne 2005, No.30.2.

Dr. Lionel Pilkington

‘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.

Simon Potter

‘Who listened when London called? Reactions to the BBC Empire Service in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, 1932-1939', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 28, 4 (October 2008)

‘Webs, networks, and systems: globalization and the mass media in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century British empire', Journal of British Studies, 46 (July 2007)

‘Richard Jebb, John S. Ewart, and the Round Table, 1898-1926', English Historical Review, CXXII, 495 (February 2007)

‘Empire, cultures and identities in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Britain', History Compass, 5, 1 (January 2007)

‘The BBC, the CBC, and the 1939 Royal Tour of Canada', Cultural and Social History, 3, 4 (October 2006)

‘Strengthening the bonds of the Commonwealth: the Imperial Relations Trust and Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian broadcasting personnel in Britain, 1946-52', Media History, 11, 3 (December 2005)

‘The imperial significance of the Canadian-American reciprocity proposals of 1911', Historical Journal, 47, 1 (March 2004)

‘Communication and integration: the press and the British world in Britain and the Dominions, c.1876-1922', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 31, 2 (May 2003)

Orla Power

‘Beyond Kinship: A Study of the Eighteenth Century Irish Community at Saint Croix, Danish West Indies' in Irish Migration Studies in Latin America. Volume 5, Number 3, (2007), 207-215

‘The ‘Quadripartite Concern' of St. Croix, 1751-1757: An Irish Catholic Plantation in the Danish West Indies' in Gleeson, D. (ed) The Irish Atlantic World, Columbia, S.C., (Forthcoming).

‘Atlantic Citizens: Trade, Mobility and the Irish West Indies' in I. Tostado-Perez (ed) Irlanda y el Atlántico Ibérico: Movilidad y Participación (1580 - 1823), Seville. (Forthcoming).

‘Ireland and the Danish West Indies 1756-1763' in Proceedings of the Globalisation and Colonisation (1500-1800) Conference, Galway September 26-28, 2008, (Forthcoming).

Dr. Malte Rehbein

The TEI@Galway - Towards A Digital Scholarly Community in Ireland, in: Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 10, 2009 (with Sean Ryder). Online version.

Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter, ed. Malte Rehbein, Patrick Sahle, and Torsten Schaßan (=Schriftenreihe des IDE Band 2), Norderstedt 2009.

Vom Nutzen digitaler Editionen - das Göttinger kundige bok, in: Bibliothek und Wissenschaft 42, 2009 (in print).

The Ghost in the Manuscript. Hyperspectral Text Recovery and Segmentation, in: Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter, Norderstedt 2009 (with Patrick Shiel and John Keating).

Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 10, ed. Malte Rehbein and Sean Ryder, Paderborn 2009. Online version: http://computerphilologie.tu-darmstadt.de/ejournal.html

The transition from classical to digital thinking. Reflections on Tim McLoughlin, James Barry and collaborative work, in: Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie 10. Download pdf here.

Reconstructing the Textual Evolution of a Medieval Manuscript, in: Literary & Linguistic Computing, 2009; doi: 10.1093/llc/fqp020.

Digital edition of late medieval town statutes: Visualising the evolution of text and law, in: New Technologies in Humanities Research, ed. Ülle Must and Marcus Denton, Tallinn 2008, 72-76.

Developments in electronic government and records management, Tallinn 2005.

From Digital Archive to Digital Edition, in: Historical Social Research 24 (1999), 101-145 (with Manfred Thaller et al.).

Das 'olde kundige bok' in spätmittelalterlichem Gebrauch, Master thesis, Universität Göttingen, 1999.

Textual Fluidity and Digital Editions, in: Text Variety in the Witnesses of Medieval Texts, ed. Milena Dobreva, Sofia 1998, 14-39 (with Dino Buzzetti). Download pdf.

Dynamische digitale Textedition: Konzept und Umsetzung, in: Netzinfrastrukturen und Anwendungen für die Informationsgesellschaft, ed. Dieter Pötschke and Mathias Weber, Berlin 1998, 541-545.

Editionen als Softwareproblem. Die 'dynamische Textedition', in: Concilium medii aevi 1, 1998. Download pdf here.

Justin Tonra

‘Textual Studies and the TEI: Encoding Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh'. Proceedings of the TEI@Galway Symposium. Ed. Malte Rehbein. Spec. issue of Jahrbuch für Computerphilologie. (Forthcoming, 2008).

‘Lalla Rookh.' The Literary Encyclopedia. (23 September 2008).

http://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=24841

‘Thomas Moore.' The Literary Encyclopedia. (17 August 2008).

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‘The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares.' World Novel: 1900 to the Present. Ed. Michael D. Sollars. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 395-97.

‘Jealousy by Alain Robbe-Grillet.' World Novel: 1900 to the Present. Ed. Michael D. Sollars. New York: Facts on File, 2008. 400-02.

Niall Williams

Review for H-German of Irmin Schneider's work on Russo-German bilateral relations: Die deutsche Rußlandpolitik 1890-1900 (Paderborn: Schöningh Verlag, 2003).
http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showpdf.cgi?path=186711165945685.