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    Young Ireland in Cork .(Pre-Published Version) [1]
    ‘Belief Shifts’: Ireland’s Referendum and the Journey from Gemeinschaft to Gesellschaft [1]
    ‘Both more than a language and no more of a language’: Michael Hartnett and the Politics of Translation. [1]
    ‘Determined perseverance’: The Glynn Family and business enterprise in Kilrush, 1811-1940’ [1]
    ‘In the Image of God: the Trinitarian Anthropology of St Bonaventure, St Thomas Aquinas and the Blessed Jan Van Ruusbroec Part I [1]
    ‘Jacques Lacan’, in Oxford Bibliographies in Literary and Critical Theory, edited by Eugene O’Brien. New York: Oxford University Press, [1]
    ‘One law, many justices: an examination of the magistracy in Pre-Famine Ireland, 1830-1846’ [1]
    ‘Re-membering the Rising: A Theoretical Reading of the Politics of Memory’ [1]
    ‘Revolutionary and Refractory? The Irish Colleges in Paris and the French Revolution [1]
    ‘Seamus Heaney’ [1]
    ‘Sunk past its gleam in the meal bin’: The Kitchen as Source in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney [1]
    A ‘Third’ Reading: James Joyce and Paul Howard and the Monstrous Aporia [1]
    ‘What ish my nation?’: Towards a Negative Definition of Identity [1]
    ‘“Desidero ergo sum (I desire therefore I am)”: Towards a Psychoanalytic Reading of the Advertising of Perfume’, 2016, in Irish Communications Review, [1]
    “Blut muß ich saufen, es wird vorübergehen!“ Herbert Maisch’s Propaganda Film Friedrich Schiller –Triumph eines Genies (1940) [1]
    “Internationalizing 9/11: Hope and Redemption in Nadeem Aslam’s The Wasted Vigil (2008) and Colum McCann’s Let the Great World Spin (2009) [1]
    „Alle Qual vom Herzen schreiben“: Performative Ästhetik von Lust und Schmerz in Margarete Böhmes Tagebuch einer Verlorenen (1905) und Dida Ibsens Geschichte (1907) in Text und Film [1]
    „Und wer den Schmerz einmal gesehen hat…”: Neue deutsche Jugendliteratur zum Nationalsozialismus, Zweiten Weltkrieg und Holocaust im Kontext des postmemorialen Wandels [1]
    • Educational Disadvantage in Limerick: The Socio-Economic and Spatial Context [1]