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The Jacobean Grand Tour: Early Stuart Travellers in Europe, Edward Chaney and Timothy Wilks. I.B. Tauris, London (2014)
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Petrarch goes west: translation and the literary canon
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-09-08)
This article addresses the translation of Petrarch's work on the Western fringes of Europe demonstrating how the appropriation and transformation of the European literary canon served domestic ends in Ireland in the ...
Men, women, and not quite non-persons: derivatization in Roxana
(Société d’études anglo-américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles, 2018)
This article argues that Roxana exemplifies a peculiarly modern mode of “derivatization”: a form of “ontological reductionism” articulated by Ann J. Cahill in which individuals are diminished to “the reflection, projection, ...
National identity and belonging among gay ‘new speakers’ of Irish
(John Benjamins Publishing, 2019-03)
New speakers refer to people who use a language regularly but are not traditional native speakers of that language. Although this discussion has been going on for some time in other sub-disciplines of linguistics, it ...
Latecomers to reform? Catholic activism in the wake of the French wars of religion
(Studies, The Irish Jesuit Quarterly, 2017-11)
100 years after Martin Luther wrote his Ninety-Five theses, France found itself on the cusp of an extraordinary period of Catholic ascendency. From the violence and bloodshed of four decades of civil war came an age of ...
Digital Ensemble: The ENaCT design-based research framework for technology-enhanced embodied assessment in English education
This article outlines the ENaCT educational design for Digital Ensemble, an innovative approach to English assessment integrating drama pedagogy with mobile computing (e. g. iPad). ENaCT represents the key themes that ...
Envisioning human security – commentary to Gill
(Geographical Society of Finland, 2018)
Prompted by Nick Gill’s review essay, ‘The suppression of welcome’, this commentary additionally reflects on attendant questions of security and responsibility in seeking to conceptualize a more human-centred vision of ...
Dangerously Empty? Hegemony and the construction of the Irish Entrepreneur
(SAGE Journals Online, 2012-03)
In this paper we build on Jones and Spicer's (2009) conceptualisation of the entrepreneur as an empty signifier. We explore the function of the signifier 'entrepreneurship' within a social context marked by crisis: Ireland ...
Toileting problems in children and adolescents with parent-reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder
The current study investigated toileting problems in one hundred and twenty-seven children and adolescents with parent-reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder. Toileting refers to the accomplishment of various ...
Some Good Clean Fun : Humour, Control and Subversion in an Advertising Agency
This article explores the relation between humour and control, drawing on participant observation in an organization in which humour was central to daily life. Keys is a leading advertising agency whose staff spent an ...