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A More General and Rooted Spirit of Disaffection: The 1803 Rebellion in Kildare
(History Ireland, 2003)
Claiming the landscape: popular balladry in pre-famine Ireland (Pre-published version)
(Four Courts Press, 2008)
'Kicking Bishop Brennan up the arse...': Catholicism, deconstruction and postmodernity in contemporary Irish culture (Pre-published version)
(Columba Press, 2006)
This chapter will examine the changing role of the Catholic Church as structure in contemporary Ireland, seeing this altered role as part of a larger process of societal change across the western world. Indeed, what is ...
‘Revolutionary and Refractory? The Irish Colleges in Paris and the French Revolution
(AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, 2008)
Theology in Ireland: Changing Contours and Contexts
It struck many people as strange that a topic such as this, a particularly broad and general one, would be chosen as the keynote address at a major symposium to honour the lives and work of Bernard Lonergan and Karl Rahner. ...
Irish Catholics, French Cartesians: Irish Reactions to Cartesianism in France, 1671-1726
(Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004)
Defying Descartes: Michael Moore (1639-1726) and Aristotelianism in Ireland and France
(Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000)
Sending gossoons to be made oul mollies of: Rule 127(b) and the feminisation of teaching in Ireland
(Taylor & Francis, 2006)
This article examines a decision known as Rule 127(b), taken in 1905 by the National Commissioners for Education in Ireland. The rule raised concerns about the displacement of male teachers and their replacement with poorly ...
‘Plastic and proud’?: discourses of authenticity among the second-generation Irish in England
(University of Cambridge, 2009)
This paper argues that understandings of authenticity are crucial in the construction of a diasporic identity and explores how members of the Irish diaspora in England construct discourses of what it means to be ‘authentically’ ...