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- [Under contract] The Afterlives of Roger Casement. Forthcoming with Liverpool University Press.
Edited Special Issues:
- [Forthcoming 2018] Introduction and co-editor of ‘Rethinking the 1981 Hunger Strike: 35 Years On’, special issue of The Irish Review. Edited with Maggie Scull.
- [Published] Introduction and co-editor of the ‘The Irish Atlantic’, special issue of Symbiosis: a Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations, 19.2 (October 2015). Edited with Muireann Crowley.
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:
- [Forthcoming 2018]: ‘Girlhood, desire, memory and Northern Ireland in Lucy Caldwell’s short fiction’. Contemporary Women’s Writing.
- [Forthcoming 2018] ‘“I turn to our Irish-American cousins”: Yeats, Muldoon, Roger Casement and queering the poetics of race and nationalism’. New Hibernia Review.
- [Published] ‘“Leaving hardly a sign — and no memories”: Roger Casement and the Metamodernist Archive’, Modernism/modernity, Volume 2: 4 (December 2017).
- [Published] ‘“We listen for what the waves intone”: intertextuality and the circum-Atlantic poetics of Seamus Heaney, Natasha Trethewey and Kwame Dawes’, Comparative American Studies. Volume 14: 2 (November 2016), p. 91-108.
- [Published] ‘Authorship, orality and print modernity: representing the Roma in Colum McCann’s Zoli’, Critique: Studies in Contemporary Literature. Volume 57: 3 (May 2016), p. 348-357.
- [Published] ‘Making it up to tell the Truth’-Interview with Colum McCann’, Symbiosis: a Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations. Volume 18.1 (May 2014), p.1-19. Subsequently republished in Conversations with Colum McCann ed. Earl G. Ingersoll and Mary C. Ingersoll, University of Mississippi Press (2017), p. 193-206.
Peer-reviewed Book Chapters:
- [Published] ‘“Intertextual quotation”: Troubled Irish bodies and Jewish textual memory in Colum McCann’s “Cathal’s Lake” and “Hunger Strike”’, in The Body In Pain in Irish Literature and Culture, ed. Emilie Pine, Naomi McAreavey and Fionnula Dillane, Palgrave Macmillan (2016), p.167-182.
- [Published] ‘Proving their Virility?: Transgressive Masculinity and Steve McQueen’s Hunger’, in Transgression in Anglo-American Cinema: Gender, Sex, and the Deviant Body, ed. Joel Gwynne, Columbia University Press (2016), p. 57-71.
Other Journal Articles:
- [Forthcoming] ‘”The Rude March of History”: Rethinking the 1980/81 Hunger Strikes and their Afterlives’, co-authored with Maggie Scull, The Irish Review.
- [Published] ‘The Irish Atlantic and Transatlantic Literary Studies’, co-authored with Muireann Crowley, Symbiosis: a Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations, Volume 19.2 (October 2015), p.117-135.
Newspaper Articles and blog posts:
- ‘Dangerous, always dangerous’: love and desire in Anna Burns’s Milkman‘, The Irish Times, 15 October 2018.
- ‘Black ’47: the cowboys of the western world‘, RTÉ Brainstorm, 14 September 2018.
- ‘Travelling Texts: Irish diaspora history, the North Atlantic and contemporary literature‘, Irish Diaspora Histories Network, 30 July 2018.
- ‘Remembering the Hunger Strikes in a Decade of Commemorations’, with Maggie Scull, Irish Times, 3 October 2016 (published in print and online).
- ‘GIS and literature: a report for the Irish Association of American Studies’, Irish Association for American Studies website, 13 September 2016.
- ‘“An extraordinary secretary bird”: writing, history and Roger Casement’, Irish Historians in Britain website, 26 March 2016.
- ‘Rethinking the 1980/1981 hunger strikes’, with Maggie Scull, Irish Times, 27 October 2015.
- ‘Fulbright Grants and Research Awards: Tips for Applicants’, MyAmericanStudies.com, 14 June 2015.
- ‘Students: don’t rate me on my appearance but on my teaching’, The Guardian, 21 April 2015.
- ‘Northern Ireland and the British Army: thinking about Yann Demange’s ’71 through a four nations approach’, Four Nations History Network, 2 March 2015.
- ‘How I Met My Viva: Practical Tips’, No More Blue Mondays Network, 14 January 2015.
- ‘How to Make the Most of your PhD’, The Guardian, 28 November 2014.
- Review of: David Lloyd and Peter O’Neill (editors), The Black and Green Atlantic: Cross-Currents of the African and Irish Diasporas, Symbiosis: a Journal of Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations 22.1 (2018), p. 118-121.
- Review of: Oona Frawley (editor), Memory Ireland, Volume 3: The Famine and the Troubles, Irish University Review 47.1 (2017): 204–206.
- Review of: Elke D’Hoker and Stephanie Eggermont (editors), The Irish Short Story: Traditions and Trends, The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 39: 2 (2016), p. 284-286
- Review of: Susan Cahill and Eóin Flannery (editors), This Side of Brightness: Essays on the Fiction of Colum McCann, Irish Review 49-50 (2015): p.222-224.