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Hurry up baby son all the boys is finished their breakfast: A socio-pragmatic analysis of Irish settled and Traveller family discourse
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2010)
The present study utilises an integrative theoretical approach that combines variational pragmatics and community of practice to examine two corpora representing spoken language collected in the home/family environment: ...
A Belgian town as Purgatory and an Irish gangster as Christ in Martin McDonagh's "In Bruges"
(University College Dublin School of English, Drama and Film, 2012)
Teaching and Irish English
(Cambridge University Press: Cambridge Journals, 2011)
Under-regarded roots: the Irish references in Sterne's "Tristram Shandy" (Pre-published version)
(CUP [Cork University Press], 2016)
Laurence Sterne has always occupied an uncertain place within the Irish literary canon. Important commentators have consistently denied that his work is, in any significant way, Irish. Referring to the fact that the ...
Diaspora and Rootedness, Amateurism and Professionalism in Media Discourses of Irish Soccer and Rugby in the 1990s and 2000s
(Irish-American Cultural Institute, 2013)
This article explores the tensions between conceptualizations of the nation in terms of diaspora and rootedness, and between amateurism and professionalism, in Irish media discourses of Irish soccer and rugby in the 1990s ...
Are Irish passport applicants in Britain becoming ‘more Irish’?
(The Irish Times, 2018)
Review of "Where Motley is Worn; Transnational Irish Literatures" Amanda Tucker and Moira E. Casey eds.
(Center for Irish Programs of Boston College, Massachusetts, 2016)
George Bernard Shaw: Irish to the core
(The Irish Times, 2017)
Hannah Lynch and narratives of the Irish literary revival
(Center for Irish Studies (University of St. Thomas), 2016)