The membership of the SSNCI includes many internationally leading researchers within Irish studies. Together their research represents the cutting-edge of our current knowledge within the field, and their publications help shape future research agendas.
In order to share recent publications, exhibitions, media broadcasts, catalogues or other outputs, we invite current SSNCI members to send an email to Niamh NicGhabhann (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the full citation and an image for books or exhibitions in order to have it listed here.
The list will be updated regularly, with an e-bulletin of recent additions circulated to members twice a year (end of April and end of October).
Mathieu W. Billings and Sean Farrell, The Irish in Illinois (Southern Illinois University Press, 2021)
See Southern Illnois University Press for more details.
Alice Johnson, Middle-class life in Victorian Belfast (Liverpool University Press, 2020)
See the Liverpool University Press website for more details.
Mary Breen, Waterford port and harbour, c.1815–42: Shaping the port (Four Courts Press, 2019)See the Four Courts Press website for more details.
Mary Hatfield, Growing Up in Nineteenth-Century Ireland: A Cultural History of Middle-Class Childhood and Gender (Oxford University Press, 2019)
See Oxford University Press’s website for further information.
Paul Huddie, ‘Ireland and the first media war: digestible, cultural engagements of the Crimean War 1854-6’, Ex-centric Narratives: Journal of Anglophone Literature, Culture and Media, vol. 2 War in Culture (Dec.) 2018, pp 61-75. e-ISSN: 2585-3538
Paul Huddie, ‘The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families Association and the separation women of Dublin in 1914’, Dublin Historical Record, lxxi, no. 2 (Autumn/Winter) 2018, pp 185-201 ISSN: 0012-6861
Patrick Maume, “The Ocean of Truth: Atlantic Imagery in Emily Lawless’s Major Lawrence FLS (1885) and Grania: The Story of an Island (1892)” in Matthew Kelly (ed.) Nature and Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Liverpool UP, 2019).
Niamh NicGhabhann, “A development of practical Catholic Emancipation”: laying the foundations for the Roman Catholic urban landscape, 1850-1900′ Urban History, Vol. 46, (1) 2018, pp. 44-61 (https://doi.org/10.1017/S0963926818000226)
Patrick Maume, ‘An Irishwoman of letters between Newman and Wagner: Geraldine Penrose Fitzgerald (1846-1939): her literary, religious, and political career,’ Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy: Archaeology, Culture, History, Literature Vol. 118C (2018), pp. 299-305.
Susan O’Regan, Music and Society in Cork: 1700-1900 (Cork University Press, 2018)
See the Cork University Press website for more details.