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Modern British and Irish Cultural History, The Irish "Diaspora", War and Society, Class, Empire, Politics and Economics, Race and Ethnicity, Frontiers and Borderlands
“Chapter 6: The Prison Camp as Public School,” in Middlebrow Wodehouse, ed. Ann Rea. (forthcoming.)
“Chapter 9: Ireland, Politics and Economics,” in Nations on the Move: Scotland, Ireland, Wales and North America Since 1960, ed. Margaret Connell-Szasz. (forthcoming.)
“Damien Dempsey and the Celtic Tiger,” Siar: The Journal of the Western Conference on Irish Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1, (2009,) pp. 25-36.
“Transforming Anglo-Ireland: R.M. Smyllie and the Irish Times,” New Hibernia Review/Iris Éireannach Nua, Vol. 11, No. 4, (Winter 2007,) pp. 17-36.
“’They are not worthy of themselves’: The Tailor and Ansty Debates of 1942,” Éire-Ireland, Vol. 42, Nos. 3-4, (Fall/Winter 2007,) pp. 148-172.
“Talk Amongst Yourselves,” Stanford Magazine (May/June 2005.)
- Inventing Modern Ireland
- The Irish Diaspora
- Western Civilization
- World War II
- Modern Britain
- Britain 1600-Present
- History of England 1066-1660