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Migrancy in Medieval Ireland: Merchants, monks, miscreants and mercenaries
(UCC [University College Cork], 2018)
Non-mineralised discoidal fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh formation, Co. Tyrone, Ireland
(Royal Irish Academy, 2010)
Four non-mineralised fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh Formation, near Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone, have been examined for the first time following their recovery from a temporary trench dug in 1992, and are here described ...
Negotiating the self – the spectral mobile subject (Pre-published version)
(Peter Lang, 2009)
Secularization in Ireland: Analyzing the relationship between religiosity and demographic variables in Ireland from the European Social Survey 2002-2012 (Pre-published version)
(Common Ground Research Networks, 2014)
This research will explore both of these theories, secularization and existential (in)security, within Ireland against the backdrop of the recent economic crisis of 2008 using the first five rounds of the European Social Survey.
An Irish feminist chick lit? Examining the social and cultural contexts of Marian Keyes’ work
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2011)
This thesis will present a study of the work of Irish writer Marian Keyes in terms of her texts, and the cultural context of these texts. The nature of chick lit as a formulaic genre will be examined, and the ability of ...
Ireland and Ecocriticism: An Introduction (Pre-published)
Contemporary Irish history, specifically that of the past twenty years, saw the nature of the relationship between people and land alter dramatically and, in large part, detrimentally. So that while ‘land’ and ‘value’ have ...