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A review of 'French Romantic Travel Writing: Chateaubriand to Nerval' by C. W. Thompson (Pre-published version)
(Oxford University Press, 2013)
Adapting early modern Ireland
(Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society, 2009)
A review of 'Irish Women at Work 1930–1960. By Elizabeth Kiely and Máire Leane' (Pre-published version)
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
This exploration of Munster women’s experience in the workplace is based on the stories of forty-two women, representing a broad spectrum of generational, social and employment backgrounds. It is one of two linked outcomes ...
A review of "The End of Irish Catholicism?" by D. Vincent Twomey
(The Furrow, 2003)
This is a book which grew out of a paper presented by Twomey to a seminar organized by the Institute of Irish Studies, Fordham University, in 2001. The topic of that seminar was 'The Irish Catholic Church Today'. This may ...
A review of "To Change the World. Christology and Cultural Criticism" by Rosemary Radford Ruether
(The Furrow, 1984)
This is a collection of five essays which were originally read at the Free University of Amsterdam in 1980. The opening essay, 'Jesus and the R?volu tionaries: Political Theology and Biblical Hermeneutics', provides the ...
Lay and ordained ministry
(The Furrow, 2004)
In the centuries immediately before Vatican II, the ordained priesthood was understood to be the exclusive locus of ministry in the Catholic Church. Since the Council, things have changed dra matically, and in some parts ...
A review of "Why You Can Disagree... and Remain a Faithful Catholic" by Philip S. Kaufman
(The Furrow, 1991)
The basic thesis of this book is that Catholics have a right to know not only official Church teaching but also 'other information in the Church'. In his foreword, Richard A. McCormack, the distinguished moral theologian ...
A review of "Niger, Musiques des Tuaregs, Vols 1&2 (Azawagh and In Gall)" recorded by François Borel (Pre-published version)
(Taylor & Francis [Routledge], 2004)
This excellent pair of CDs is largely compiled from recordings made by Francois Borel between 1971 and the late 1990s. Each takes a specific regional community as its focus and provides a comprehensive cross-section of its ...