Book Chapters

Professor Nicholas Allen

(2010) Out of Eure Sanscreed into our Eryan: Ireland, the Classics, and Independence. In S. Stephens and P. Vasunia (eds.) Classics and National Culture, (pp 16-33). Oxford: Oxford UP.

Professor Nicholas Canny

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

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

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

(2004) Foreword. In K. Kenny (ed.) Ireland and the British Empire, (pp. ix-xviii. Oxford.

(2004) Hugh O'Neill (Aodh O Neill), second Earl of Tyrone. In Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 41, pp. 837-845. Oxford University Press.

(2005) Atlantic History and Global History. In R. Pieper and P. Schmidt (eds.) Latin America and the Atlantic World: essays in honor of Horst Pietschmann, (pp. 25-34). Cologne, Böhlau.

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

(2006) The Intersections between Irish and British Political Thought in the Early-Modern Centuries. In D. Armitage (ed.) British Political Thought in History, Literature and Theory, 1500-1800 (pp. 67-88). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(2006) Moving forward from the "New British History". In C. Schnurmann and H. Lehmann (eds.) Atlantic Understandings: Essays on European and American History in Honor of Hermann Wellenreuther, (pp. 4405-416). Hamburg: Lit Verlag.

(2007) Englische und schottische Siedler in Irland seit der Frühen Neuzeit. In K. Bade, P. Emmer, L. Lucassen und J. Oltmer (eds.) Enzyklopädie Migration in Europa. Vom 17. Jahrhundert bis zur Gegenwart (pp. 548-553). München.

(2009) Atlantic History and Global History. In J. P .Greene and P. D. Morgan (eds.) Atlantic History: A Critical Reappraisal, (pp. 317-336). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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

(2009) Gerard Anthony Hayes-Mc Coy. In Dictionary of Irish Biography, vol.5, pp. 556-7. Cambridge University Press for the Royal Irish Academy.

(2009) David Beers Quinn. In Dictionary of Irish Biography vol. 8, pp. 556-7. Cambridge University Press for the Royal Irish Academy.

(2010) 'Great Britain', in Kimberly Kagan, ed., The Imperial Moment (Cambridge Mass., Harvard University Press, 2010), pp. 60-77 and 216-219.

Dr Daniel Carey

(2002) ‘Locke as Moral Sceptic: Innateness, Diversity, and the Reply to Stoicism', Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 79 (1997): 292-309. Reprinted in Locke: Epistemology and Metaphysics, ed. Udo Thiel, The International Library of Critical Essays in the History of Philosophy (Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2002), 33-50.

(2002) ‘Swift, Gulliver, and Human Nature', In D. Carey & F. Boulaire (eds.) Les voyages de Gulliver: Mondes lointains ou modes proches, (pp. 39-56), Presses Universitaires de Caen.

Carey, D. (2002), The Metaphysics of Travel: Sugar, Slavery, and Colonialism in Seventeenth-Century Barbados. In J. Borm and J.Y. Le Disez (eds.) Seuils et traverses: enjeux de l'écriture du voyage, (vol. 2, pp. 129-38). 2 vols, Brest, vol. 2. Brest: Université de Bretagna Occidentale.

(2003) ‘Travel, Identity, and Cultural Difference 1580-1700', in J. Conroy (ed.) Cross-Cultural Travel: Papers from the Royal Irish Academy International Symposium on Literature and Travel, National University of Ireland, Galway, November 2002, (pp. 39-47) New York, Peter Lang.

(2004) ‘Introduction'. In D. Carey (ed.)Asian Travel in the Renaissance, (pp. 1-11). Oxford, Blackwell.

(2006) ‘Travel, Geography, and the Problem of Belief: Locke as a Reader of Travel Literature'. In J. Rudolph (ed.) History and Nation (pp. 97-136) Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell University Press.

(2007) ‘Identity and Its Transformation in the Context of Travel', In J. Stagl (ed.) Sozio-kulturelle Metamorphesen, ( pp. 65-77) Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.

(2008) ‘Canadian Predicament: The Politics of Multiculturalism and Diversity', In M.A. Ni Mhainnin and E. Tilley (eds.) Canada: Text and Territory, (pp. 74-85) Cambridge: Scholars' Press.

(2009) ‘Introduction: Some Answers to the Question: "What is Postcolonial Enlightenment?"' (with Lynn Festa). In D. Carey & L. Festa (eds.) The Postcolonial Enlightenment: Eighteenth-Century Colonialism and Postcolonial Theory (pp. 1-33) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(2009) ‘Reading Contrapuntally: Robinson Crusoe, Slavery, and Postcolonial Theory'. In D. Carey & L. Festa (eds.) The Postcolonial Enlightenment: Eighteenth-Century Colonialism and Postcolonial Theory (pp. 105-36) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(2009) ‘Universalism, Diversity, and the Postcolonial Enlightenment' (with Sven Trakulhun). In D. Carey & L. Festa (eds.) The Postcolonial Enlightenment: Eighteenth-Century Colonialism and Postcolonial Theory (pp. 240-80) Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Professor Jane Conroy

Conroy, J. 2008. Language, travel and cultural history. Jouvin de Rochefort's ‘Petits dialogues'. In Phyllis Gaffney et al. (eds), Reverberations, Dublin: UCD Press, pp. 338-47.

Entre réel et imaginaire. Les voyageurs français en Irlande, 1650-1850. In P.Brennan and M. O'Dea, eds, Entrelacs francoirlandais.

Langue, mémoire, imaginaire, Caen, Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2004, pp. 45-64.

Figures de Mithridate, 1580-1680: l'Orient redoutable. In Madeleine Bertaud, ed.,Les Grandes Peurs. 2. L'Autre, Geneva, Droz, 2004, pp. 59-68.

'Un'isola ad ovest della Gran Bretagna': Viaggiatori francesi in Irlanda (1600-1850). In Tania Manca, ed., Viaggatori Europei: dall'esplorazione del mondo al viaggio in Sardegna (XVIII e XIX secolo), Sassari, Carlo Delfino editore, Coll. ‘Viaggi e Mediterraneo', 2004, pp. 27-44.

Changing perspectives: French travellers in Ireland, 1785-1835. In J. Conroy, ed., CrossCultural Travel, New York, Peter Lang, 2003, pp. 131-42).

Introduction. In J. Conroy, ed., CrossCultural Travel, New York, Peter Lang, 2003, pp.iiixviii.

Constructions of Identity: Mirrors of the ‘Other' in Racine's Theatre. In R.Caldicott and D. Conroy, eds, Racine: Pleasure and Power in the 20 th Century, University College Dublin Press, 2001, pp. 75-99. This article has been reprinted in a volume on ‘the state of research on Racine' (in the series Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, vol. 11, Gale Group, 2005).

D'un Mithridate à l'autre. In Luc Fraisse, ed., L'histoire littéraire, ses méthodes et ses résultats, Geneva, Droz, 2001, pp. 627-41.

With J. Waddell. Celts and others: maritime contacts and linguistic change. In R.M. Blench and M. Spriggs, eds, Archaeology and Language, 1999, vol. 3, London, Routledge, pp.125-37.

Dr. Fiona Bateman

‘Ireland's Spiritual Empire: The African Mission Field in the Twentieth Century', in Hilary Carey (ed.) Empires of Religion (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

‘An Irish Missionary in India: Thomas Gavan Duffy and The Catechist of Kil-Arni', in Ireland and India: Colonies, Culture and Empire, edited by Tadhg Foley and Maureen O'Connor (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2006), pp 117-128.

Irish-Australian Studies: Papers Delivered at the Ninth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway, April 1997 (Sydney: Crossing Press, 2000). (Joint editor with Tadhg Foley).

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

Dr Francesca Benatti

"Images of Ireland: the Dublin Penny Journal and the Construction of Irish Identity" in Laurel Brake and Marysa Demoor (eds.) Image and Text, Image in Text. London: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming

"Irish Patriots and Scottish Adventurers: Writing Ireland in the Irish Penny Journal, 1840-1" in Riana O'Dwyer and Patrick Lonergan (eds.) New Approaches to Irish Literary Studies. IASIL Studies in Irish Literature Volume 3. Dublin: Carysfort Press, forthcoming.

"Land and Landscape in the Dublin Penny Journal, 1832-3" in Glenn Hooper and Una Ní Bhroiméil (eds.) Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts, 2008

Brake, Laurel and Marysa Demoor (eds.) Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism. London and Ghent: British Library and Academia Press, 2008. Entries on Isaac Butt, William Carleton, William Curry Jnr., Charles Gavan Duffy, Philip Dixon Hardy, Samuel Lover, Thomas D'Arcy McGee, James McGlashan, John Mitchel, W.H. Maxwell, John O'Donovan, Anna Hall, Bolster's Quarterly, Dublin Penny Journal, Irish Quarterly Review, Saunders's Newsletter, The Shamrock, The Social Review, Belfast Vindicator, Ulster Magazine, Ulster Times, Ulsterman.

Dr Kinga Olszewska

‘Preliminary Notes on the Issue of Exile: Poland and Ireland'. In Global Ireland. Irish Literatures for the New Millenium, ed. by OndÅ™ej Pilný and Clare Wallace, Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2005.

Dr. Lionel Pilkington

'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).

Simon Potter

‘Britishness, the BBC, and the birth of Canadian public broadcasting, 1928-1936' in Gene Allen and Daniel Robinson (eds.), Communicating Canada's past: approaches to the history of print and broadcast media (University of Toronto Press, forthcoming autumn 2009)

‘Churchill, Australia and the Edwardian tariff reform debate' in Carl Bridge and Duncan Anderson (eds.), Churchill and Australia (forthcoming)

‘What did you do in the war, Professor? Imperial history and propaganda, 1939-45' in Robert Blyth and Keith Jeffery (eds), The British empire and its contested pasts (Irish Historical Studies XXVI, Irish Academic Press, Dublin and Portland OR, 2009)

‘Australia and the British empire: expectations and realities' in Deborah Gare and David Ritter (eds.), Making Australian history: perspectives on the past since 1788 (South Melbourne, 2008)

‘British overseas expansion, 1815-1880' in S. Ellis (ed.), Empires and states in European perspective (Clioh-net, Pisa, 2002)

‘"The dark stream of shameless falsehood"? The British press and news gathering strategies during the Boer War' in C. Wilcox (ed.), Recording the South African War (London, 1999)