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Regional and local development in Ireland – the potential of LEADER partnerships to provide municipal government
(Lex Localis- Institute of local government and public procurement Maribor., 2009)
Emerging economic and social challenges prompted EU and national authorities to initiate and support localised or area-based partnership approaches to development. Such approaches involve enabling representatives froth the ...
Patrick’s conversion of Ireland to Christianity and the establishment of Armagh
(Columba Press, 2006)
Introduction in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
(The regional Studies Association, 1997)
The Introduction written by the Editor's Des McCafferty and James Walsh, in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
Anastomosis, attenuations and Manichean allegories: Seamus Heaney and the complexities of Ireland (Pre-published version)
(JCPCS [Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies], 2001)
This essay discusses the nature of postcolonial versions of Irishness and deconstructs the Manichean categories of selfhood and alterity which feature in both colonial and postcolonial discourse. Using some ideas from ...
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)
Postcolonial Passages: Migration and Cinematic Form in Michael Haneke’s "Hidden" and Alan Gilsenan’s "Zulu 9"
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
This essay examines two recent cinematic productions from France and Ireland, respectively: Michael Haneke’s Hidden and Alan Gilsenan’s Zulu 9. These two films are considered comparatively in terms of migration, postcolonial ...
Ireland, Empire and Utopia: Irish Postcolonial Criticism and the Utopian Impulse
(Routledge Taylor and Francis, 2010)
This article is a response to Bill Ashcroft’s ‘Critical Utopias’, which appeared in this journal in 2007. In his earlier piece, Ashcroft offered a summary genealogy of the historical and literary historical links between ...