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'Tore down a la Rimbaud': Brendan Kennelly and the French connection
(Peter Lang, 2007)
A lot done, more to do – Barthes, Bertie and the facteur poujade
(Peter Lang, 2004)
'Kicking Bishop Brennan up the arse...': Catholicism, deconstruction and postmodernity in contemporary Irish culture
(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 ...
Young Ireland in Cork (Pre-published version)
(Cork University Press, 2005)
Claiming the landscape: popular balladry in pre-famine Ireland (Pre-published version)
(Four Courts Press, 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. ...
Post-modern Ireland - A Christian response
Are Irish passport applicants in Britain becoming ‘more Irish’?
(The Irish Times, 2018)
A review of 'Women of the House: Women's Household Work in Ireland 1922-1961. Discourses, Experiences and Memories by Caitriona Clear'
(Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, 2001)
This study is based on exhaustive research in government departmental correspondence and reports, folklore records, newspapers, handbooks, periodicals and prescriptive literature, as well as on the personal testimonies of ...