2007-1996

2007 

  • Allen, Joan & Richard C. Allen, ‘Competing identities: Irish and Welsh migration and the North East of England, 1851-1980’ in Adrian Green & Anthony James Pollard (eds), Regional identities in north-east England, 1300-2000(Woodbridge, 2007), 133-60.
  • Anderson, Eileen, ‘An Alternative View to the Propaganda: The Irish-American Press and the Spanish-American War’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 5:3, 163-170.
  • Bailey, Craig, ‘Metropole and Colony: Irish Networks and Patronage in the Eighteenth-Century Empire’ in Enda Delaney & Donald M. MacRaild (eds), Irish Migration Networks and Ethnic Identities since 1750(London), 18-38.
  • Baraniuk, Carol & Linda Hagan, ‘Ireland’s Hidden Diaspora? Finding a place for the Ulster-Scots in Ireland’s national tale’ in Aoileann Ni Éigeartaigh, Kevin Howard & David Getty (eds), Rethinking diasporas: hidden narratives and imagined borders(Newcastle), 70-77.
  • Beiner, Guy, Remembering the year of the French: Irish folk history and social memory(Madison, WI).
  • Belchem, John, Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool Irish, 1800-1939(Liverpool).
  • Bradley, Joseph M., ‘Gaelic sport, soccer and Irishness in Scotland’, Sport in Society, 10:3, 439-56.
  • Brady, Sara, ‘Home and Away: The Gaelic Games, Gender, and Migration’, New Hibernia Review, 11:3, 28-43.
  • Brehony, Margaret, ‘Irish Railroad Workers in Cuba Towards a Research Agenda’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 5:3, 183-188.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, Ireland’s New Worlds: immigrants, politics, and society in the United States and Australia, 1815-1922(Madison, WI).
  • Carey, Hilary M., ‘The vanished kingdoms of Patrick O’Farrell: Religion, memory and migration in religious history’, Journal of Religious History, 31:1, 40-58.
  • Chervenak, Mary Lawlor, ‘Aughagower’s outpost – Butte City, America’, Cathair na Mart, 25, 63-93.
  • Cheung, Sin Yi & Anthony Heath, ‘Nice work if you can get it: ethnic penalties in Great Britain’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 137, 507-50.
  • Chinea, Jorge L., ‘Ireland and the Caribbean’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 5:3, 143-144.
  • Chinea, Jorge L., ‘Irish indentured servants, papists and colonists in Spanish colonial Puerto Rico, ca. 1650-1800’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 5:3, 171-182.
  • Coleman, Michael, American Indians, the Irish, and Government Schooling: A Comparative Study (Lincoln, NE).
  • Coffey, Michael J., ‘Ellis Island and immigrants from Bodyke, 1892-1924’, Sliabh Aughty: Journal of the East Clare Heritage Group, 13, 33-45.
  • Darby, Paul & David Hassan, ‘Introduction: Locating sport in the study of the Irish diaspora’, Sport in Society, 10:3, 333-346.
  • Davoren, Richard, ‘A road to Australia: The story of pioneer James Davoren’s settlement in Australia’, Sliabh Aughty: Journal of the East Clare Heritage Group, 13, 25-27.
  • Delaney, Enda, The Irish in post-war Britain(Oxford).
  • Delaney, Enda & Donald M. MacRaild (eds), Irish Migration Networks and Ethnic Identities Since 1750(London).
  • Fernandez Moya, Rafael, ‘The Irish presence in the history and place names in Cuba’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 5:3, 189-198.
  • French, Brigittine M., “We’re all Irish’: Transforming Irish identity in a Midwestern community’, New Hibernia Review, 11:1, 9-24.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘The Working Lives of Irish Men on the Antipodean Goldfields’ in K. Reeves & D. Nichols (eds), Deeper Leads: New Approaches to Victorian Goldfields History(Ballarat), 21-38.
  • Gahan, Daniel, ‘From Kilmuckridges to the White River Valley: Irish Catholic settlement in Daviess County, Indiana, 1821-1850’ in Bernard Browne (ed), The Wexford man: essays in honour of Nicky Furlong(Dublin), 89-134.
  • Gearty, Margot, ‘Emigration’ in Joy Burns (ed), Longford women’s voices: a social history of women in Co. Longford in the twentieth century(Longford), 74-94.
  • Griffiths, Ralph Alan, ‘Crossing the Frontiers of the English Realm in the Fifteenth Century’ in Huw Pryce & John Lovett Watts (eds), Power and identity in the Middle Ages: essays in memory of Rees Davies(Oxford), 211-25.
  • Hall, Dianne & Lindsay Proudfoot. ‘Memory and Identity among Irish Migrants in Nineteenth-Century Stawell’, Australiasian Journal of Irish Studies, 7, 67-83.
  • Harte, Liam, “Loss, return and restitution’: autobiography and Irish diaspora subjectivity’ in Liam Harte (ed), Modern Irish autobiography: self, nation, and society(Basingstoke), 91-100.
  • Howard, Kevin, ‘Accidental Diasporas: A Perspective on Northern Ireland’s Nationalists’ in Aoileann Ní Éigeartaigh, Kevin Howard & David Getty (eds), Rethinking diasporas: hidden narratives and imagined borders(Newcastle), 78-89.
  • Jenkins, William, ‘Identity, Place, and the Political Mobilization of Urban Minorities: Comparative Perspectives on Irish Catholics in Buffalo and Toronto 1880-1910’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space,25, 160-186.
  • Keenan, Deirdre, ‘Stories of Migration: The Anishinaabeg and Irish Immigrants in the Great Lakes Region’, History Workshop Journal, 64:1, 354-70.
  • King, Jason, ‘Remembering and Forgetting Diaspora: Immigrant Voices and Irish Historical Memories of Migration’ in Aoileann Ní Éigeartaigh, Kevin Howard & David Getty (eds), Rethinking diasporas: hidden narratives and imagined borders(Newcastle), 61-69.
  • Lambkin, Brian, “Emigrants’ and ‘Exiles’: migration in the early Irish and Scottish church’, Innes Review, 58:2, 133-155.
  • McCarthy, Angela, Personal narratives of Irish and Scottish migration, 1921-65: “for spirit and adventure”(Manchester).
  • McGurk, John, ‘The Flight of the Earls: escape of strategic regrouping’, History Ireland, 15:4, 16-21.
  • McIntyre, Perry, “My dear husband’: Kerry convicts and their families’, Journal of the Kerry Archaeological & Historical Society, 7:2, 83-104.
  • Nicholson, George, ‘Irish Home Rule in North America’, History Ireland, 15:3, 12-13.
  • Ó Catháin, Máirtín, Irish Republicanism in Scotland, 1858-1916(Dublin).
  • O’Connor, Edward, SMA missionaries of Northern Nigeria, 1907-1934(Abuja).
  • O’Connor, Maureen, ‘Fearful Symmetry: An Emigrant’s Return to Celtic Tiger Ireland’, Women’s Studies, 36:7, 467-75.
  • Ó Dochartaigh, Cathair, ‘Idir dhá thír: Donegal Emigrants in Glasgow’ in Shelia M. Kidd (ed), Glasgow: baile mòr nan Gàidheal = City of the Gaels(Glasgow), 150-160.
  • Pescod, Keith, The emerald strand: the Irish-born manufacturers of nineteenth-century Victoria(Melbourne).
  • Ryan, Louise, “A decent girl well worth helping’: women, migration and unwanted pregnancy’ in Liam Harte & Yvonne Whelan (eds), Ireland beyond boundaries: mapping Irish studies in the twenty-first century(London), 135-153.
  • Wickham, Tom & Teresa Wickham, ‘Female emigration from Wexford Workhouse’, Taghmon Historic Society Journal, 7, 49-60.
  • Wilson, Daniel, ‘East Tennessee Connections to the Early Scotch-Irish Settlements in Northampton County, Pennsylvania’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 2:3, 111-25.
  • Wmffre, Iwan, ‘Post-Roman Irish settlement in Wales: new insights from a recent study of Cardiganshire place-names’ in Karen Jankulak & Jonathan M. Wooding (eds), Ireland and Wales in the Middle Ages(Dublin), 46-61.

2006

  • Almeida, Linda Dowling, ‘Irish America, 1940-2000’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 548-73.
  • Bailey, Craig, ‘The Nesbitts of London and their Networks’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 231-250.
  • Bartlett, Thomas, ‘Last flight of the Wild Geese? Bonaparte’s Irish Legion, 1803-15’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 160-171.
  • Belchem, John, Merseyside: essays in Liverpool exceptionalism, revised ed (Liverpool).
  • Belchem, John & Donald M. MacRaild, ‘Cosmopolitan Liverpool’ in John Belchem (ed), Liverpool 800: culture, character & history(Liverpool), 311-92.
  • Bradley, Joseph M., ‘Marginal voices: football and identity in a contested space’ in Kathy Burrell & Panikos Panayi (ed), Histories and memories: migrants and their history in Britain(London), 234-52.
  • Brown, Katharine L., ‘United Irishmen in the American South: a re-evaluation’ in David A. Wilson & Mark G. Spencer (eds), Ulster Presbyterians in the Atlantic world: religion, politics and identity(Dublin), 87-103.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘How Ulster was New Zealand?’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin), 17-30.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Mannix at Madison Square Garden, New York, 18 July 1920’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 5, 95-108.
  • Casey, Marion R., ‘Before Riverdance: a brief history of Irish step dancing in America’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 417-25.
  • Casey, Marion R., ‘Refractive history: memory and the founders of the Emigrant Savings Bank’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 302-51.
  • Cavanagh, Cathal, ‘Miscellaneous stories of Caomhánachs in exile’, The Past, 27, 96-105.
  • Coughlan, Brian, Achill Island tattie-hokers in Scotland and the Kirkintilloch tragedy, 1937(Dublin).
  • Cronin, Mike & Daryl Adair, The Wearing of the Green: A History of St Patrick’s Day(London).
  • Cullen, L. M., ‘Apotheosis and crisis: the Irish diaspora in the age of Choiseul’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe (Dublin), 6-31.
  • Cullen, L.M., ‘The Two George Fitzgeralds of London, 1718-1759’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Netowrks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 251-270.
  • Delaney, Enda, Kevin Kenny & Donald MacRaild, ‘Symposium: Perspectives on the Irish diaspora’, Irish Economic and Social History, 33, 35-58.
  • Dickson, David, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Netowrks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent).
  • Doan, James E., ‘The Irish in the Caribbean’, ABEI Journal, 105-116.
  • Dolan, Julie, ‘The GAA’s ‘American invasion’ of 1888’, Mallow Field Club Journal, 24, 101-107.
  • Doyle, David Noel, “Savage’ Irishman? William Johnson and the variety of America’, Irish Historical Studies, 35:137, 117-122.
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘Scots Irish or Scotch-Irish’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 151-70.
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘The Irish in North America, 1776-1845’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 171-212.
  • Doyle David Noel, ‘The Remaking of Irish-America, 1845-1880’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 213-254.
  • Duffy, Patrick J., ‘Placing migration in history: geographies of Irish population movements’ in Bryan S. Turner, Migration and myth: Ulster’s revolving door(Downpatrick), 22-37.
  • Dungan, Myles, How the Irish won the West(Dublin).
  • Durham, Walter T., ‘Ulster immigrants and the settlement of Tennessee’, The Journal of East Tennessee History, 77, 30-44.
  • Dwyer, Sarah & Lyndon Fraser, “We are all here together like so many on the cockle beds’: towards a history of Ulster migrants in nineteenth-century Canterbury’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin), 115-130.
  • Feeney, Vincent E., ‘Pre-famine Irish in Vermont, 1815-1844’, Vermont History, 74:3-4, 101-26.
  • Ferté, Patrick, ‘The counter-revolution and Franco-Irish solidarity: Irish clerical refugees at the universities of Toulouse and Cahors in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 32-68.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘Exploring a shared migration heritage’ in Bryan S. Turner (ed), Migration and myth: Ulster’s revolving door(Downpatrick), 38-43.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘Mapping the Ulster Diaspora 1607-1960’, Familia, 22.
  • Fitzpatrick, David, ‘Irish Emigration and the Art of Letter-Writing’ in Bruce S. Elliott, David A. Gerber & Suzanne M. Sinke (eds), Letters across borders: the epistolary practices of international migrants(Basingstoke), 97-106.
  • Galbraith, Alasdair, ‘The invisible Irish? Re-discovering Irish Protestant traditions in colonial New Zealand’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin), 31-54.
  • Geary, Laurence M., ‘Charles Gavan Duffy, the Great Famine Memory in Ireland, and Famine Memory in Colonial Australia’, Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, 7, 50-66.
  • Gordon, Michèle & Jens Gründler, ‘Migration, survival strategies and networks of Irish paupers in Glasgow, 1850-1900’ in Andreas Gestrich, Steven King & Lutz Raphael (eds), Being poor in modern Europe: historical perspectives 1800-1940(Oxford), 113-34.
  • Gregory, Helen, Expressions of Mercy: Brisbane’s Mater Hospitals, 1906-2006(Queensland).
  • Hernán, Enrique García, ‘Irish clerics in Madrid, 1598-1665’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 267-293.
  • Herson, John, ‘Family History and Memory in Irish Immigrant Families’ in Kathy Burrell & Panikos Panayi (eds), Histories and memories: migrants and their history in Britain(London), 210-33.
  • Hoy, Suellen, Good hearts: Catholic sisters in Chicago’s past(Urbana, IL).
  • Joannon, Pierre, ‘Andrew MacDonagh: the Irish Monte-Cristo’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 145-159.
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘American-Irish Nationalism’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 289-301.
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘Labor and labor organizations’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 354-63.
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘Race, violence, and anti-Irish sentiment in the nineteenth century’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 364-80.
  • Laidlaw, Zoë, ‘Richard Bourke: Irish Liberalism Tempered by Empire’ in David Lambert & Alan Lester (eds), Colonial Lives Across the British Empire: Imperial Careering in the Long Nineteenth Century (Cambridge), 113-144.
  • Lario, Maria Del Carmen, ‘The Irish Traders of Eighteenth-Century Cádiz’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 211-230.
  • Lee, Joseph, ‘Introduction: Interpreting Irish America’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 1-62.
  • Lee, Joseph & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York).
  • Lynch-Brenna, Margaret, ‘Ubiquitous Bridget: Irish immigrant women in domestic service in America, 1840-1930’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 352-63.
  • MacDonald, Brian, ‘The memoir of Hugh O’Daly, experiences of a Monaghan emigrant to the USA’, Clogher Record, 19:1, 70-93.
  • MacMaster, Richard, ‘’For Philadelphia Boys, Are We Bound’: the Rev. Joseph Rhea Comes to America in 1769’, Familia, 22.
  • McAloon, Jim, ‘Ulster settlers and the colonial middle class’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers, 183-200.
  • McCarron, Fidelma & Edward T. McCarron, “To begin the world anew’: James Brown and Irish emigration to New Brunswick’, Ossory, Laois and Leinster Journal, 2, 181-206.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘Migrant voyages to new worlds in the twentieth century’, International Journal of Maritime History, 18:1, 79-101.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘Ulster Protestant letter writers in New Zealand’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers, 71-84.
  • McCarthy, Larry, ‘Irish Americans in sports: the twentieth century’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 457-74.
  • Meagher, Timothy J., ‘The fireman on the stairs: communal loyalties in the making of Irish America’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 609-648.
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘Ulster Presbyterians and the ‘Two Traditions’ in Ireland and America’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 255-70.
  • Miller, Rebecca S., ‘Irish traditional music in the United States’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 411-16.
  • Moloney, Mick, ‘Irish American festivals’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 426-42.
  • Morales, Óscar Recio, ‘Identity and Loyalty: Irish Traders in Seventeenth-Century Iberia’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Netowrks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 197-210.
  • Moloney, Mick, ‘Irish American popular music’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds),Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 381-405.
  • Morgan, Jack, Through American and Irish wars: the life and times of General Thomas W. Sweeny, 1820-1892(Dublin).
  • Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, ‘The Irish (1983, 1970)’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 475-525.
  • Muldowney, Mary, ‘New Opportunities for Irish Women? Employment in Britain during the Second World War’, University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History, 10, 1-18.
  • Müller, Leos, ‘Scottish and Irish Entrepreneurs in Eighteenth-Century Sweden’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 147-174.
  • Mulligan, William H., ‘From the Emerald Isle to the Copper Island: The Irish in the Michigan Copper Country, 1845-1920’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 5-7, 53-72.
  • Mulligan, William H., ‘The Irish Diaspora: the larger context’, The Septs, 27:2, 56-58.
  • Murdoch, S., ‘Irish entrepreneurs and Sweden in the first half of the eighteenth century’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish Communities in Early-Modern Europe(Dublin), 348-366.
  • Murphy, Martin, ‘Varieties of Irishness in eighteenth-century Seville: Wisemans and Whites’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 312-321.
  • Murray, Edmundo, Becoming Irlandés: Private Narratives of the Irish Emigration to Argentina (1844-1912)(Buenos Aires).
  • Murray, Edmundo, ‘Brazil and Ireland’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 4:3.
  • Murray, Edmundo, ‘Within and beyond the Empire: Irish settlement in Argentina (1830-1930’, History in Focus, 11.
  • O’Ciosáin, Éamon, ‘The Irish in France 1660-90: the point of no return’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 85-102.
  • O’Connor, Lily, Dreams of hope: the remarkable memoir of an Irish woman’s life from the tenenments of Dublin to Linton and Australia(Dingle).
  • Ohlmeyer, Jane H., ‘Seventeenth-century Ireland and Scotland and their wider worlds’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 457-484.
  • Parmentier, J., ‘The Ray dynasty: Irish mercantile empire builders in Ostend, 1690-1790’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish Communities in Early-Modern Europe(Dublin), 367-382.
  • Parmentier, J., ‘The Sweets of Commerce: The Hennessys of Ostend and their network in the eighteenth century’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlymeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 67-92.
  • Patterson, Brad (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin).
  • Patterson, Brad, ‘New Zealand’s ‘Ulster Plantation’: Katikati revisisted’ in Brad Patterson (ed), Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin), 85-102.
  • Pérez Tostado, Igor, ‘Irish political activity in Spain during the restoration’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 294-311.
  • Pfister, Christian, ‘Dunkerque et l’Irlande 1690-1790’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 93-114.
  • Phillips, Jock O. C., ‘Who were New Zealand’s Ulster immigrants?’ in Brad Patterson (ed),Ulster-New Zealand migration and cultural transfers(Dublin), 55-70.
  • Recio Morales, Óscar, ‘Irish émigré group strategies of survival, adaptation and integration in seventeenth and eighteenth-century Spain’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 240-266.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Passing Time: Irish women remembering and re-telling stories of migration to Britain’ in Kathy Burrell & Panikos Panayi (eds), Histories and memories: migrants and their history in Britain(London), 191-209.
  • Schüller, Karin, ‘Irish-Iberian Trade from the Mid-Sixteenth to the Mid-Seventeenth Centuries’ in David Dickson, Jan Parmentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Netowrks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 175-196.
  • Sheen, Rosairo, ‘The Irish in the Peruvian Andes’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 4:4.
  • Shelly, Thomas J., ‘Twentieth-century American Catholicism and Irish Americans’ in Joseph Lee & Marion R. Casey (eds), Making the Irish American: history and heritage of the Irish in the United States(New York), 574-608.
  • Silva, Corinne, Róisín Bán: the Irish diaspora in Leeds(Leeds).
  • Truxes, T.M., ‘London’s Irish merchant community in mid-eighteenth century North Atlantic commerce’ in David Dickson, Jan Permentier & Jane Ohlmeyer (eds), Irish and Scottish Mercantile Networks in Europe and Overseas in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries(Gent), 271-310.
  • Villar Garcia, Maria Begóna, ‘Irish migration and exiles in Spain: refugees, soldiers, traders and statesmen’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish communities in early-modern Europe(Dublin), 172-199.
  • Watson, William E., The ghosts of Duffy’s Cut: The Irish who died building America’s most dangerous stretch of Railroad(Westport)

2005

  • Ainsworth, John, ‘Thomas Fitzgerald, the Irish National Association of Queensland and Australian national security, 1916-1921’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 5, 66-80.
  • Allen, Joan, ‘The Catholic press and Celtic identity in Britain in the late 19th century’ in O’Neill, Pamela (ed), Exile and Homecoming: Papers from the Fifth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies, University of Sydney, July 2004 (Sydney), 78-91.
  • Bailey, C., ‘Metropole and colony: Irish networks and patronage in the eighteenth-century empire’, Immigrants and Minorities, 23:2-3, 161-170.
  • Barber, Sarah, ‘Settlement, transplantation and expulsion: a comparative study of the displacement of peoples’ in Ciarán Brady & Jane H. Ohlmeyer (eds), British interventions in early modern Ireland (Cambridge), 280-298.
  • Barney, Robert K. & David E. Barney, ‘Review: the American game: baseball and ethnicity’. NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture,14:1, 155-165.
  • Belchem, John, ‘Priests, publicans and the Irish poor: ethnic enterprise and migrant networks in mid-nineteenth-century Liverpool’, Immigrants & Minorities, 23:2/3, 207-31.
  • Birch, Thomas Ledlie, A letter from an Irish emigrant (1799): a vindication of the United Irish rebellion in the North, edited and introduced by Kenneth Robinson (Belfast).
  • Boyle, Mark, ‘Towards a (re)theorisation of the historical geography of nationalism in diasporas: the Irish diaspora as an exemplar’ Kevin R. Cox, Political geography: critical concepts in the social sciences. (London).
  • Brady, Sara, ‘Performances of Irishness at Gaelic Park’, New York Irish History, 19, 17-34.
  • Bric, Maurice J., ‘The Irish immigrant and the broadening of the polity in Philadelphia, 1790-1800’ in Eliga H. Gould & Peter S. Onuf (eds), Empire and nation: the American Revolution in the Atlantic world (Anglo-America in the transatlantic world) (Baltimore (MD); London), 159-177.
  • Bronwen, Walter, ‘Exploring diaspora space: entangled Irish English genealogies’ in Liam Harte, Yvonne Whelan & Patrick Crotty (eds), Ireland: space, text, time (Dublin), 157-75.
  • Burke, Helen M., ‘Eighteenth-century theatrical touring and Irish popular culture’ in Nicholas Grene & Chris Morash (eds), Irish theatre on tour (Irish theatrical diaspora series, 1) (Dublin), 119-138.
  • Burke, Helen M., ‘Teague and the ethnicization of labor in early modern British culture’, The Eighteenth Century, 46:3, 237-44.
  • Byrne, Thomas, ‘An eighteenth-century version of diasporic Irish identity’ in Liam Harte, Yvonne Whelan & Patrick Crotty (eds), Ireland: space, text, time (Dublin), 177-85.
  • Carroll, Francis M., The American presence in Ulster: a diplomatic history, 1796-1996 (Washington (DC)).
  • Castello, Ana M., ‘Prensa comunitaria y política local (1875-1880): ¿hacia la conformación de una opinión política “hiberno-argentina”?’ [Community press and local politics (1875-1880): towards the confirmation of a political opinion “hiberno-argentina”], Brocar: Cuadernos de investigación histórica, 29, 109-146.
  • Cave, Richard Allen, ‘The Abbey tours in England’ in Nicolas Grene & Chris Morash (eds), Irish theatre on tour (Irish theatrical diaspora series, 1) (Dublin), 9-34.
  • Chepesiuk, Ron, The Scotch-Irish: from the north of Ireland to the making of America (Jefferson (NC); London).
  • Connaughton, Michael, ‘Peter Connaughton of Ballyduff – the history of a St John’s Parish emigrant’, Rindoon Journal, 2, 155-165.
  • Cooter, Roger, When Paddy met Geordie: the Irish in county Durham and Newcastle, 1840-1880 (Sunderland).
  • Crowley, John, ‘New arrivals: Cork’s Jewish community’ in John Crowley (ed), Atlas of Cork city (Cork), 252-255.
  • Darby, Paul, ‘Gaelic games and the Irish immigrant experience in Boston’ in Alan Bairner (ed), Sport and the Irish: histories, identities, issues (Dublin), 85-104.
  • Davies, John, ‘Irish narratives: Liverpool in the 1930s’, Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, 154, 31-62.
  • Davis, Richard P., ‘The re-appearing Ulster Presbyterian: J.S.M. Thompson: business and politics in New Zealand and Victoria’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 5, 150-157.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Emigration, political cultures and the evolution of post-war Irish society’ in Brian Girvin & Gary Murphy (eds), The Lemass era: politics and society in the Ireland of Seán Lemass (Dublin), 49-65.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Transnationalism, networks and emigration from post-war Ireland’, Immigrants & Minorities, 23:2/3, 425-45.
  • Delaney, Enda & Donald M. Macraild, ‘Irish migration, networks and ethnic identities since 1750: an introduction’, Immigrants & Minorities, 23:2/3, 127-142.
  • Doorley, Michael, Irish-American diaspora nationalism: the friends of Irish freedom 1916-35 (Dublin).
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2004

  • Almeida, Linda Dowling, ‘A great time to be in America: the Irish in post-Second World War New York’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork).
  • Barry, Carolina, ‘The first Irish Race Congress in South America’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 2.2.
  • Bilbao Acedos, Amaia, Los Irlandeses de Bizkaia: los Chiguiros: siglo xviii [The Irish of Bizkaia: the Chiguiros in the eighteenth century] (Bilbao).
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  • Bourke, Edward J., ‘Bound for Australia – the ‘Tayleur’’, Dublin Historical Record, 57, 174-189.
  • Bradley, Joseph M., ‘Celtic Football Club and the Irish in Scotland’ in Joseph M. Bradley (ed), Celtic minded: essays on religion, politics, society, identity, …. football (Glandaruel, Argyll), 19-83.
  • Busteed, Mervyn Austen, ‘Identities in transition: Irish migrant outlooks in mid-Victorian Manchester’ in David George Boyce & Roger Swift (eds), Problems and perspectives in Irish history since 1800 (Dublin), 80-94.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘The Eclipse of New Ulster: New Zealand and Effecement of Ulster Identity’ in Brad Patterson (ed), From Ulster to New Ulster: the 2003 Ulster-New Zealand lectures (Coleraine).
  • Carr, Tony, ‘From Castlebellingham to the Bay of Islands: Lully Mathews, New Zealand’s first brick maker’, Journal of the County Louth Archaeological (& Historical) Society, 25:4, 471-474.
  • Clear, Caitríona, ‘’Too fond of going’: female emigration and change for women in Ireland, 1946-1961’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 135-146.
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  • Connolly, Tracey, ‘The Commission on Emigration, 1948-1954’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork).
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  • De Tona, Carla, ‘”I remember when years ago in Italy”: Nine Italian women in Dublin tell the diaspora’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 27:4, 315-334.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘The vanishing Irish? the exodus from Ireland in the 1950s’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 80-86.
  • Duffy, Patrick J., ‘Disencumbering our crowded places: theory and practice of estate emigration schemes in mid-nineteenth century Ireland’ in Patrick J. Duffy & Gerard Moran (eds), To and from Ireland: planned migration schemes c.1600-2000 (Dublin), 79-104.
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  • Dunne, Mary, ‘A ‘Returned Yank’’, Irish Family History, 20, 7-10.
  • Earner-Byrne, Lindsey, ‘Moral repatriation: the response to Irish unmarried mothers in Britain, 1920’s – 1960’s’ in Patrick J. Duffy & Gerard Moran (eds), To and from Ireland: planned migration schemes c.1600-2000 (Dublin), 155-174.
  • Elliot, Bruce S., Irish migrants in the Canadas: a new approach (Belfast).
  • Evans, Neil, ‘Comparing immigrant histories: the Irish and others in modern Wales’ in Paul O’Leary (ed), Irish migrants in modern Wales (Liverpool), 156-177.
  • Fallon, Brian, ‘Reflecting on Ireland in the 1950s’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 31-47.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘’Black ’97’: reconsidering Scottish migration to Ireland in the seventeenth century and the Scotch Irish in America’ in William P. Kelly & John R. Young (eds), Ulster and Scotland, 1600-2000: history, language and identity (Ulster and Scotland) (Dublin), 71-84.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘’Farewell to Fermanagh’: aspects of emigration from county Fermanagh’ in Eileen Murphy & William Roulston (eds), Fermanagh: history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county (Dublin), 479-500.
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  • Gerding, Eduardo C., ‘The Black Frigate’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 2.5.
  • Gillespie, Frances, Confessions from the Blackthorn: publican Frank Gillespie’s journey from Tyrrellpass to Boston (Dublin).
  • Gillespie, Raymond, ‘Planned migration to Ireland in the seventeenth century’ in Patrick J. Duffy & Gerard Moran (eds), To and from Ireland: planned migration schemes c.1600-2000 (Dublin), 39-56.
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  • Gray, Peter, ‘Memory and commemoration of the Great Irish Famine’ in Peter Gray & Kendrick Oliver (ed), The memory of catastrophe (Manchester and New York), 46-64.
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  • Harper, Marjory, ‘Enticing the emigrant: Canadian Agents in Ireland and Scotland, c.1870-c.1920’, Scottish Historical Review, 83:1:215, 41-58.
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  • Harte, Liam, ‘’You want to be a British Paddy?’: the anxiety of identity in post-war Irish migrant writing’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 233-251.
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  • Haywood, John, The Celts: Bronze Age to New Age (Harlow).
  • Hickey, John, ‘Irish settlement in nineteenth century Cardiff’ in Paul O’Leary (ed), Irish migrants in modern Wales (Liverpool).
  • Higgins, M. A., ‘American cousins and the Irish diaspora by Mary Wack’, The Winding Roe, 3, 12-15.
  • Jockers, Matthew L., ‘A window facing west: Charles Driscoll’s “Kansas Irish”’, New Hibernia Review, 8:3, 100-112.
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  • Kaplan, Cora, ‘White, black and green: racialising Irishness in Victorian England’ in Peter Gray (ed), Victoria’s Ireland?: Irishness and Britishness, 1837-1901 (Dublin), 51-68.
  • Kelly, Susan & Stephen Morton, ‘Annie Moore and the archives of displacement: towards an immigrant history of the present’, Social and Cultural Geography, 5:4, 633-50.
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  • Keogh, Dermot, ‘’Making Aliya’: Irish jews, the Irish State and Israel’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (ed), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 252-272.
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  • Molloy, Kevin, ‘Literature in the Irish Diaspora: The New Zealand Case, 1873-1918’, Journal of New Zealand Studies, 2-3, 87-128.
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  • O’Hagan, Frank, ‘Celtic and charity’ in Joseph M. Bradley (ed), Celtic minded: essays on religion, politics, society, identity, …. football (Glandaruel, Argyll), 93-99.
  • O’Hanlon, Gerard, ‘Population change in the 1950s: a statistical review’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 72-79.
  • O’Leary, Paul, ‘Introduction: towards integration: the Irish in modern Wales’ in Paul O’Leary (ed), Irish migrants in modern Wales (Liverpool), 1-8.
  • O’Leary, Paul, ‘The cult of respectability and the Irish in mid-nineteenth century Wales’ in Paul O’Leary (ed), Irish migrants in modern Wales (Liverpool), 119-138.
  • O’Scea, Ciaran, ‘Irish emigration to Castille in the opening years of the seventeenth century’ in Patrick J. Duffy & Gerard Moran (eds), To and from Ireland: planned migration schemes c.1600-2000 (Dublin), 17-38.
  • Patterson, Brad, ‘Celtic Roots Amidst the Fern: Irish-Scottish Studies in New Zealand’, Journal of New Zealand Studies, 2-3, 197-217.
  • Patterson, Brad, ‘”The Small Farmer Class must be Encouraged” Irish Influences and the New Zealand Land Reform Movement’ in Brad Patterson (ed), From Ulster to New Ulster: the 2003 Ulster-New Zealand lectures (Coleraine).
  • Phillips, Jock, ‘Common ground in the Antipodes: migration from Ulster and Scotland to New Zealand, 1800-1945’ in William P. Kelly & John R. Young (eds), Ulster and Scotland, 1600-2000: history, language and identity (Ulster and Scotland) (Dublin), 57-70.
  • Phillips, Jock O. C., ‘New Zealand and Ulster’ in Brad Patterson (ed), From Ulster to New Ulster: the 2003 Ulster-New Zealand lectures (Coleraine).
  • Quinn, E. M., ‘Toasters and boasters: John D. Crimmins’s “St. Patrick’s Day” (1902)’, New Hibernia Review, 8:3, 18-30.
  • Recio Morales, Óscar, ‘”Una nación inclinada al ruido de las armas”. La presencia irlandesa en los ejércitos españoles 1580-1818: ¿La historia de un éxito?’, Tiempos modernos. Revista Electrónica de Historia Moderna, 10.
  • Richards, Eric, Britannia’s children: emigration from England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland since 1600 (London).
  • Ridden, Jennifer, ‘Elite power and British political identity: the Irish elite in the “British world”’ in Helen Brocklehurst & Robert Phillips (eds), History, nationhood and the question of Britain (Houndmills, Basingstoke (Hants.)), 197-212.
  • Ridge, John T., ‘Keeping Longford connections: the County Longford colony in New York – Part II’, New York Irish History, 18, 33-48.
  • Roberts, Owen G., ‘Migrating Into the Mainstream of Welsh History: The Irish and Others in Modern Wales’, Llafur, 9:1, 107-15.
  • Roy, James Charles, ‘”I prefer a free country”. letters to and from County Galway emigrants 1843-1856’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 56, 85-153.
  • Ryan, James, ‘Inadmissable departures: why did the emigrant experience feature so infrequently in the fiction of the mid-twentieth century?’ in Dermot Keogh, Finbarr O’Shea & Carmel Quinlan (eds), The lost decade: Ireland in the 1950s (Cork), 221-232.
  • Salas Auséns, José Antonio, ‘Inmigrantes en una tierra de emigración: extranjeros en Galicia en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII’, Obradoiro de Historia Moderna, 13, 163-194.
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  • Trigger, Rosalyn, ‘Irish Politics on Parade: The Clergy, National Societies, and St Patrick’s Day Processions in Nineteenth-century Montreal and Toronto’, Histoire sociale – Social History, 37, 159-199.
  • Walsh, Edward, ‘The Bradys of Giles, Areco and Westmeath’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 2.4.
  • Walter, Bronwen, ‘Irish women in the diaspora: Exclusions and inclusions’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 27:4, 369-384.
  • Webb, James H., Born fighting: how the Scots-Irish shaped America (New York).
  • Whelan, Kevin, ‘The green Atlantic: radical reciprocities between Ireland and America in the long eighteenth century’ in Kathleen Wilson (ed), A new imperial history: culture, identity, and modernity in Britain and the Empire, 1660-1840 (Cambridge), 216-38.
  • Whelan, Martin, ‘State-sponsored migration to the east midlands in the twentieth century’ in Patrick J. Duffy & Gerard Moran (eds), To and from Ireland: planned migration schemes c.1600-2000 (Dublin), 175-196.
  • Williams, Chris, ‘’Decorus and creditable’: the Irish in Newport’ in Paul O’Leary (ed), Irish migrants in modern Wales (Liverpool), 54-82.
  • Wonneberger, Astrid, ‘Irishness means, you’re Celtic’, Periplus, 14, 143-162.
  • Wray, David, ‘The Ulster-Scots diaspora: a geographical perspective’, Baile, 93-98.
  • Young, John R., ‘Scotland and Ulster in the seventeenth century: the movement of peoples over the north channel’ in William P. Kelly & John R. Young (eds), Ulster and Scotland, 1600-2000: history, language and identity (Ulster and Scotland) (Dublin),11-32.
  • Young, Simon, ‘A Briton in twelfth-century Santiago de Compostela’, Peritia, xvii/xviii, 507-508.
  • Young, Simon, ‘In gentibus dis persisti nos: the British diaspora in Patrick and Gildas’, Peritia, xvii/xviii, 505-506.

2003

  • Acedos,, A. Bilbao, The Irish Community in the Basque Country c. 1700-1800(Dublin).
  • Ahern, Dennis J., ‘The search for missing friends. Volume VII: 1871-1876’, Mallow Field Club Journal, 21, 103-114.
  • Aviotte, Elodie, ‘Ulster Presbyterian Emigration to America: The Absence of a Unionist Political Dimension in America’, Familia, 19.
  • Belchem, John & Klaus Tenfelde (eds), Irish and Polish migration in comparative perspective (Essen).
  • Bilbao Acedos, Amaia, The Irish community in the Basque country, c.1700-1800, translated by Rose Perez, Patrick O’Flanagan and Julian Walton (eds) (Dublin).
  • Bourke, Edward J., Bound for Australia: the loss of the emigrant ship Tayleur at Lambay on the coast of Ireland (Dublin).
  • Breen, Anthony M., ‘The fate of the Irish poor in England ‘Rogues and vagabonds’’, Irish Roots, 2:46, 30-31.
  • Castro, Plácido R., ‘Un galego en Irlanda. Ano 1927’, Grial: revista galega de cultura, 160, 70-86.
  • Clarke de Dromantin, Patrick, ‘Irish Jacobite involvement in the American war of independence’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish migrants in Europe after Kinsale, 1602-1820 (Dublin), 164-181.
  • Coffey, Michael J., ‘The Irish in Scotland. North east Clare migration to Renfrewshire’, Sliabh Aughty: Journal of the East Clare Heritage Group, 11, 5-10.
  • Connelly, Bridget, Forgetting Ireland: uncovering a family’s secret history (St Paul (MN)).
  • Darby, Paul, ‘Gaelic sport and the Irish diaspora in Boston, 1879-90’, Irish Historical Studies, 33:132, 387-403.
  • De Valera, Terry, ‘Maria Szymanowska (1790-1831), a pupil of John Field’, Dublin Historical Record, 56, 53-55.
  • Dunne, Catherine, An unconsidered people: the Irish in London (Dublin).
  • Dye, Ryan, ‘The Irish flood: famine, philanthropy, and the emergence of duelling Liverpool Catholic identities, 1845-1865’, Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, 150, 97-120.
  • Earner-Byrne, Lindsey, ‘The Boat to England: an Analysis of the Official Reactions to the Emigration of Single Expectant Irishwomen to Britain, 1922-1972’, Irish Economic and Social History, 30, 52-70.
  • Edwards, Don, ‘Two Scotch-Irish families of industrial California, 1850-1910’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:4, 1-9.
  • Evans, Neil, ‘Immigrants and minorities in Wales, 1840-1990: a comparative perspective’ in Charlotte Williams, Neil Evans & Paul O’Leary (eds), A tolerant nation: exploring ethnic diversity in Wales (Cardiff), 14-34.
  • Fannin, Samuel, ‘The Irish community in eighteenth century Cadiz’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish migrants in Europe after Kinsale, 1602-1820 (Dublin), 135-148.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘Emigration from the Craigavon district and the Irish emigration database project’, Review: journal of the Craigavon Historical Society, 8:2, 26-28.
  • Fitzpatrick, David Patrick Brian, ‘From emigrant exiles to immigrant gentiles? Kerby Miller on the Irish in North America 1985-2003’, Familia, 1-10.
  • Fox, John, ‘Revisiting Eugene MacNamara’s Irish colony scheme in California’, California Territorial Quarterly, 56, 36-43.
  • Gifford, Peter, ‘Francis de Groot: a rejoinder to Andrew Moore’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 3, 1-2.
  • Grace, Robert J., ‘Irish immigration and settlement in a Catholic city: Quebec, 1842-61’, Canadian Historical Review, 84:2, 217-51.
  • Harrison, Jennifer, ‘Without favour or affection: transported Irish constables – 1823-4’, Offaly Heritage, 1, 77-95.
  • Harte, Liam, ‘Immigrant Self-Fashioning: The Autobiographies of the Irish in Britain, 1856-1934’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland Abroad: Politics and Professions in the Nineteenth Century (Dublin), 47-61.
  • Higgins, Ian, ‘Jonathan Swift and the Jacobite diaspora’ in Hermann Josef Real & Helgard Stover-Leidig (eds), Reading Swift (München), 87-103.
  • Houston, Cecil J. & William J. Smyth, ‘The legacy of Irish emigration to the Canadas in 1847’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 133-148.
  • Hunter, G., ‘The politics of resentment: Unionist regiments and the New Orleans immigrant community, 1862-1864’, Louisiana History, 44:4, 185-210.
  • Jahan, Sébastien, ‘An Irish family between assimilation and revolution: the Keatings of Poitiers, 1777-1795’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish migrants in Europe after Kinsale, 1602-1820 (Dublin), 149-163.
  • Jaski, Bart, ‘‘We are of the Greeks in our Origin’: New Perspectives on the Irish Origin Legend’, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies, 46, 1-54.
  • Jenkins, William, ‘In the shadow of a grain elevator: a portrait of an Irish neighborhood in Buffalo, New York, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ in Kevin Kenny (ed), New directions in Irish-American history (Madison (NJ)), 121-143.
  • Jenkins, William, ‘Patrolmen and Peelers: immigration, urban culture, and ‘the Irish police’ in Canada and the United States’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 28:2 & 29:1, 10-29.
  • José Roger, María, ‘The children of the diaspora: Irish schools and educators in Argentina, 1850-1950’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 1.2.
  • Katsuta, Shunsuke, ‘German Palatine immigration of 1709: an aspect of transition from Ireland of immigration to Ireland of Parliament’ in Kazuhiko Kondo (ed), State and empire in British history: proceedings of the Fourth Anglo-Japanese Conference of Historians, 10-12 September 2003, International Community House, Kyoto, Japan, 67-78.
  • Kauffman, Christopher J., ‘Edward McSweeney, the Knights of Columbus, and the Irish-American response to Anglo-Saxonism, 1900-1925’, American Catholic Studies, 114:4, 51-65.
  • Kelly, James, ‘Transportation from Ireland to North America, 1703-1789’ in David Dickson & Cormac Ó Gráda (eds), Refiguring Ireland: essays in honour of L.M. Cullen (Dublin), 112-135.
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘Diaspora and Comparison: The Global Irish as a Case Study’, Journal of American History, 90:1, 134-62.
  • Kenny, Kevin (ed), New directions in Irish-American history (Madison (NJ)).
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘Writing the history of the Irish diaspora’ in Robert J. Savage (ed), Ireland in the new century: politics, culture and identity (Dublin), 206-226.
  • Kidd, Thomas S., ‘No names in the Atlantic world’, Reviews in American History, 31:2, 204-210.
  • King, Jason, ‘Ireland abroad/broadening Ireland: from famine migrants to asylum-applicants and refugees’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland abroad: politics and professions in the nineteenth century (Nineteenth-century Ireland Series, 6) (Dublin), 202-214.
  • King, Martin, ‘The Athenry and District London Association’, Athenry journal, 17, 30-31.
  • Knobel, Dale T., ‘”Celtic exodus”: the famine Irish, ethnic stereotypes, and the cultivation of American racial nationalism’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 79-96.
  • Lane, Fintan, ‘’Fight on to the last man’: a letter to Liam Lynch’, Journal of the Cork Historical & Archaeological Society, 108, 159-162.
  • Loyd, Steve, ‘Welcome to the Celtic tiger: racism, immigration and the state’ in Colin Coulter (ed), The end of Irish history? (Manchester), 74-94.
  • Lyons, Mary Ann, Franco-Irish relations 1500-1610: politics, migration and trade (Woodbridge).
  • Macmaster, Richard K., ‘Ulster emigrants in early industrial America, a suggestion for research’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:4, 19-40.
  • Malcolm, Elizabeth, ‘’What would People Say if I Became a Policeman?’: The Irish Policeman Abroad’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland Abroad: Politics and Professions in the Nineteenth Century (Dublin), 95-107.
  • McAleer, Margaret H., ‘In defense of civil society: Irish radicals in Philadelphia during the 1790s’, Early American Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, 1:1, 176-197.
  • McCabe, Patrick, ‘Samuel Hartlib: a Polish promoter of colonial settlement in Ireland’, Seanchas Ardmhacha: Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society, 19:2, 74-76.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘Personal letters and the organisation of Irish migration to and from New Zealand, 1848-1925’, Irish Historical Studies, 33:131, 297-319.
  • McClelland, Ian, ‘Worlds apart: the Anglo-Irish gentry migrant experience in Australia’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland abroad: politics and professions in the nineteenth century (Nineteenth-century Ireland Series, 6) (Dublin), 186-201.
  • McCourt, John, ‘Joyce and Ireland: home thoughts from abroad’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 4.
  • McIvor, Christine, ‘’It would be easy enough if there was no ocean’: tracing the evolution of the Atlantic voyage in the nineteenth century’, Familia, 19, 41-63.
  • McKenna, Yvonne, ‘Forgotten migrants: Irish women religious in England, 1930s-1960s’, International Journal of Population Geography, 9:4, 295-308.
  • McLean, Lorna R., ‘Making colonial homes: Sources on Irish female domestics in nineteenth-century Canada’ in Françoise Le Jeune (ed), Legacy and contribution to Canada of European female emigrants (Berne; Oxford), 71-83.
  • McNamara, Heather, ‘The New Zealand Tablet and the Irish Catholic Press Worldwide, 1898-1923’, New Zealand Journal of History, 37:2, 153-70.
  • Meagher, Timothy J., ‘The fireman on the stairs: communal loyalties in the making of Irish America’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 4.
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘In the famine’s shadow: an Irish immigrant from West Kerry to South Dakota, 1881-1979’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT)), 113-132.
  • Miller, Kerby A., Arnold Schrier, Bruce D. Boling & David N. Doyle (eds), Irish Immigrants in the land of Canaan: Letters and memoirs from colonial and revolutionary America, 1675-1815 (Oxford).
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘Revd. James MacSparran’s ‘America dissected’ (1793): eighteenth century emigration, and constructions of ‘Irishness’’, History Ireland, 11:4, 17-22.
  • Miskell, Louise, ‘The heroic Irish doctor?: Irish immigrants in the medical profession in nineteenth century Wales’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland abroad: politics and professions in the nineteenth century (Nineteenth-century Ireland Series, 6) (Dublin), 82-94.
  • Montgomery, Michael, ‘Emigrants from Ulster meet the observer’s paradox: a typology of emigrant letter writers’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:4, 10-18.
  • Moore, David, ‘Irish redcoat minuteman and philanthropist: Donegal’s Hugh Cargill’, Donegal Annual, 55, 82-83.
  • Mulcrone, Mick, ‘The Famine Irish and the Irish-American press: strangers in a hostile land’, American Journalism, 20:3 (2003) 49-72.
  • Mulrooney, Margaret M., ‘The ties that bind: the family networks of famine refugees at the du Pont Powder Mills, 1802-1902’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 21-44.
  • Murray, Edmundo, ‘The Irish Road to South America Nineteenth-Century Travel Patterns from Ireland to the River Plate’, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, 1:1, 28-43.
  • Nicholas, Siân, ‘”Brushing up your Empire”: Dominion and colonial propaganda on the BBC’s Home Services, 1939-45’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 31:2, 207-30.
  • O’Keeffe, Gráinne, ‘The Irish in Britain: Injustices of Recognition?’, Sources, 15, 33-43.
  • Ó Murchadha, Ciarán, ‘The bad times in Clare: emigration and aftermath’, The Other Clare, 27, 51-60.
  • Parkhill, Trevor, ‘The wild geese of 1798: emigrés of the rebellion’, Seanchas Ardmhacha: Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society, 19:2, 118-135.
  • Pérez Tostado, Igor, ‘Mártires de profesión: estudio de caso de los conflictos de las comunidades inglesa e irlandesa en la Andalucía de finales del XVII’ in Maria Begona Villar Garcia & Pilar Pezzi Cristóbal (eds), Los extranjeros en la España moderna: actas del I Coloquio Internacional, celebrado en Málaga del 28 al 30 de noviembre de 2002 (Malaga), 2:645-655.
  • Phalen, William, ‘The Stalwart Ladies: Nineteenth Century Female Irish Emigrants to the United States’, Studies: an Irish quarterly review, 92:366, 183-91.
  • Proudfoot, Lindsay J., ‘Landscape, place and memory: towards a geography of Irish identities in colonial Australia’ in Oonagh Walsh (ed), Ireland abroad: politics and professions in the nineteenth century (Nineteenth-century Ireland Series, 6) (Dublin), 172-185.
  • Retallack, G. Bruce, ‘Photo essay: Paddy, the priest and the habitant: inflecting the Irish cartoon stereotype in Canada’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 28:2 & 29:1, 124-147.
  • Ridge, John T., ‘The County Longford colony in New York – Part I’, New York Irish History, 17, 21-24.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Leaving Home: Irish press debates on female employment, domesticity and emigration to Britain in the 1930s’, Women’s History Review, 12:3, 387-406.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Moving spaces and changing places: Irish women’s memories of emigration to Britain in the 1930s’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 29:1, 67-82.
  • Scarbaugh, Timothy J., ‘The spirit of manifest destiny: the American government and famine Ireland, 1845-1849’, in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 45-58.
  • Schüller, Karin, ‘Irish migrant networks and rivalries in Spain, 1575-1659’ in Thomas O’Connor & Mary Ann Lyons (eds), Irish migrants in Europe after Kinsale, 1602-1820 (Dublin), 88-103.
  • See, Scott W., ‘”An unprecedented influx”: nativism and Irish famine immigration to Canada’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 59-78.
  • Sexton, J. J., ‘Emigration and immigration in the twentieth century: an overview’ in Jacqueline R. Hill (ed), A new history of Ireland, Vol. 7: 1921-84 (Oxford), 796-825.
  • Silinonte, Joseph M., ‘From Ireland to Brooklyn: O’Neill, Scott, Stack, Kiernan, McManus, McPadden and allied families’, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 134:1, 3-21.
  • Smith, Tom, ‘Turning the century: Catholics decadent and Prestonian’ in J. A. Hilton (ed), Turning the last century: essays on English Catholicism circa 1900 (Wigan), 10-26.
  • Spray, William, ‘Irish famine emigrants and the passage trade to North America’ in Margaret M. Mulrooney (ed), Fleeing the famine: North America and Irish refugees, 1845-1851 (Westport (CT) and London), 3-20.
  • Téllez Alarcia, Diego, ‘El grupo irlandés bajo el ministerio Wall (1754-63)’ in Maria Begona Villar Garcia & Pilar Pezzi Cristóbal (eds), Los extranjeros en la España moderna: actas del I Coloquio Internacional, celebrado en Málaga del 28 al 30 de noviembre de 2002 (Malaga), 2:737-750.
  • Trew, Johanne Devlin, ‘Diasporic legacies: place, politics, and music among the Ottawa Valley Irish’ in Martin Stokes & Philip V. Bohlman (eds), Celtic modern music at the global fringe (Europea: ethnomusicologies and modernities, 1) (Lanham (MD) and Oxford), 93-117.
  • Truxes, T.M., ‘New York City’s Irish merchants and trade with the enemy during the Seven Years War’ in David Dickson & Cormac Ò Gràda (eds), Refiguring Ireland, essays in honor of L.M. Cullen(Dublin), 147-164.
  • Whelan, Bernadette, ‘’What does America mean to you?’: an oral history project, 1922-60’, North Munster Antiquarian Journal, 43, 85-104.
  • Whelan, Ruth, ‘Repressive toleration: the Huguenots in early eighteenth century Dublin’ in Ruth Whelan & Carol Baxter (eds), Toleration and religious identity: the Edict of Nantes and its implications in France, Britain and Ireland (Dublin), 179-196.
  • Wilson, Daniel, ‘Bann Valley emigrants to Eastern Pennsylvania in the early nineteenth century: part I, Mauch Chunk’, The Bann Disc (Journal of the Coleraine Historical Society), 9, 30-39.

2002

  • Anbinder, Tyler, ‘From Famine to Five Points: Lord Landsdowne’s Irish Tenants Encounter North America’s Most Notorious Slum’, American Historical Review, 107. 
  • Asbury, Herbert, The gangs of New York: an informal history of the underworld (London).
  • Beckham, Polly, ‘A little cache of green: the savings habits of Irish immigrant women in 1850 Philadelphia’, Pennsylvania History, 69:2, 230-265.
  • Belchem, John, ‘Ethnicity and Labour History: With Special Reference Irish Migration’ in Lex Heerma van Voss & Marcel van der Linden (eds), Class and other identities: gender, religion and ethnicity in the writing of European labor history (International studies in social history, 2) (New York).
  • Buchanan, John, ‘Andrew Jackson, the Scotch-Irish and the conquest of the old southwest’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:3, 86-102.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Ireland’s furthest shores: Irish immigrant settlement in nineteenth-century California and eastern Australia’, Pacific Historical Review, 71:1, 59-90.
  • Casey, Marion R., ‘Refractive history: memory and the founders of the Emigrant Savings Bank’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 3, 55-96.
  • Corcoran, Mary P., ‘The process of migration and the reinvention of self: the experiences of returning Irish emigrants’, Éire-Ireland, 37:1-2, 175-191.
  • Cronin, Mike & Daryl Adair, The Wearing of the Green: A History of St Patrick’s Day(London).
  • Cullen, L.M., ‘The People with no Name: Irelands Ulster Scots, Americas Scots Irish, and the Creation of a British Atlantic World, 1689-1764’, The English Historical Review, 117:474, 1351-1352.
  • Cusack, Danny, ‘With an olive branch and a shillelagh: the paradox of Paddy Lynch: parts 1 – 2’, Ríocht na Mídhe, 13, 139-164.
  • Daly, Mary E., ‘Revisiting the great famine: essays in review’, Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 27, 73-76.
  • Davis, Graham, Land!: Irish pioneers in Mexican and revolutionary Texas (Texas).
  • Delaney, Enda, Irish emigration since 1921 (Dublin).
  • Devine, Thomas Martin, ‘Making the Caledonian connection: the development of Irish and Scottish studies’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 3, 3-16.
  • Dolan, Jay P., ‘Comment: teaching Irish-American history’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:4, 40-43.
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘Irish Catholicism in the diaspora: the case of the United States’ in Brendan Bradshaw & Dáire Keogh (eds), Christianity in Ireland: revisiting the story (Dublin), 231-48.
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘Irish elites in North America and liberal democracy, 1820-1920’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 3, 29-54.
  • Duffy, Godfrey, ‘The origins of the Irish in Newcastle and County Durham’, Catholic Ancestor, 9:2, 70-77.
  • Dumville, D. N., ‘Ireland and North Britain in the Earlier Middle Ages: Contexts for Miniugud Senchusa Fher nAlban’ in Colm Ó Baoill & Nancy R. McGuire (eds), Rannsachadh na Gaidhlig 2000: papers read at the Conference Scottish Gaelic Studies 2000 held at the University of Aberdeen 2-4 August 2000 (Obar Dheathain (Aberdeen)), 185-211.
  • Dunne, Robert, Antebellum Irish immigration and emerging ideologies of ‘America’: a Protestant backlash (Lewiston (NY)).
  • Durey, Michael, ‘White slaves: Irish rebel prisoners and the British army in the West Indies, 1799-1804’, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 80:324, 296-312.
  • Dwyer, T. Ryle, Across the waves (Cork).
  • Etchingham, Colmán, ‘Les Vikings dans les sources documentaires irlandaises: le cas des annals’ in Elisabeth Ridel (ed), L’héritage maritime des Vikings en Europe de l’ouest (Caen), 35-66.
  • Faherty, William Barnaby, Exile in Erin: a confederate chaplain’s story (Saint Louis).
  • Fanning, Bryan, Racism and social change in the Republic of Ireland (Manchester).
  • Feean, Melissa, Literature and the Irish famine 1845-1919 (Oxford).
  • Feiritéar, Breandán, ‘Pádraig Feiritéar’ in Pádraig Ó Fiannachta (ed), An clabhsúr (An Daingean).
  • Feldman, Allen, ‘Music of the border: the Northern Fiddler Project, media provenance and the nationalization of Irish music’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 3, 97-122.
  • Foster, John, Muir Houston & Chris Madigan, ‘Distinguishing Catholics and Protestants among Irish Immigrants to Clydeside: A New Approach to Immigration and Ethnicity in Victorian Britain’, Irish Studies Review, 10:2, 171-92.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘”No one but black strangers to spake to god help me”: Irish Women’s Migration to the West Coast, 1864-1915’ in Lyndon Fraser & Katie Pickles (eds), Shifting centres: women and migration in New Zealand history (Dunedin (NZ)), 45-62.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘To Tara via Holyhead: the emergence of Irish Catholic ethnicity in nineteenth-century Christchurch, New Zealand’, Journal of Social History, 36:2, 431-58.
  • Games, Alison, ‘Migration’ in David Armitage & Michael J. Braddick (eds), The British Atlantic world, 1500-1800 (Basingstoke), 31-50.
  • Harris, Nick, Dublin’s little Jerusalem (Dublin).
  • Hickman, Mary J., ‘’Locating’ the Irish diaspora’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 11, 8-26.
  • Hogan, Desmond, ‘Invasion or acculturation: Munster, the Celts, and the sources of identity’, Mizen Journal, 10, 80-99.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘Remembering their history: Memories of Irish migratory agricultural workers in Scotland’, Human Affairs, 12:2, 139-52.
  • Horning, Audrey J., ‘Myth, Migration, and Material Culture: Archaeology and the Ulster Influence on Appalachia’, Historical Archaeology: Journal of the Society for Historical Archaeology, 36:4, 129-49.
  • Huntsman, L., ‘Bounty emigrants to Australia’, Clogher Record: Journal of the Clogher Historical Society, 17:3, 801-812.
  • Hyland, Bernadette, ‘My 70s: West of Ireland, East of Manchester’, North West Labour History, 27, 43-44.
  • Jenkins, William, ‘In the shadow of a grain elevator: a portrait of an Irish neighbourhood in Buffalo, New York, in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’, Éire-Ireland, 37:1-2, 14-37.
  • Joslyn, Mauriel Phillips, ‘The youth and Irish military service of Patrick Cleburne (1828-1864)’, Irish Sword, 23:91, 87-98.
  • Kenny, Kevin, ‘Teaching Irish-American history’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:4, 30-39.
  • Kershaw, Roger, Emigrants and expats: a guide to sources on UK emigrations and residents overseas (Richmond (Surrey)).
  • Kinealy, Christine, The great Irish famine: impact, ideology and rebellion (Basingstoke).
  • Krabbendam, Hans, ‘Strategies of memory: immigrants creating a new home’, Journal of Urban History, 28:6, 802-812.
  • Macraild, Donald M., ‘Wherever orange is worn: Orangeism and Irish migration in the nineteenth and early twentieth century’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 28:2, 98-117.
  • McCain, Gary & Nina M. Ray, ‘The search for personal meaning in legacy travel to Ulster’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:3, 103-121.
  • Mcguire-Driver, Helen, ‘A picture of nativism: Maggie’s New York’, New York Irish History, 16, 41-48.
  • McMahon, Eileen M., ‘The Irish experience in America’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 21:4, 120-123.
  • Miller, Kerby A., What’s in a name? Presbyterian identity and experience in Ulster and America’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 3, 17-28.
  • Morling, Loreley A., ‘Daisy Bates: Irish friend of the Aborigines’, Irish Family History, 18, 113-118.
  • Morris, Michael, ‘Profits and philanthropy: the Ulster immigration schemes of George Galpin and John Rea’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:3, 1-11.
  • Mulrooney, Margaret M., Black powder, white lace: the du Pont Irish and cultural identity in nineteenth-century America (Hanover).
  • Murray, Aífe, ‘A Yankee poet’s Irish headwaters’, New Hibernia Review, 6:1, 9-17.
  • Mytum, H. C., ‘The Vikings and Ireland: ethnicity, identity, and culture change’ in James H. Barrett (ed), Contact, continuity and collapse: the Norse colonization of the North Atlantic (Studies in the Early Middle Ages, 5) (Turnhout), 113-37.
  • Netzloff, Mark, ‘Writing Britain from the Margins: Scottish, Irish and Welsh Projects for American Colonization’, Prose Studies, 25:2, 1-24.
  • Ní Laoire, Caitríona, ‘Discourses of nation among migrants from Northern Ireland: Irishness, Britishness and the spaces in-between’, Scottish Geographical Journal, 118:3, 183-199.
  • O’Brien, Matthew J., ‘Transatlantic connections and the sharp edge of the Great Depression’, Éire-Ireland, 37:1-2, 38-57.
  • O’Malley, Patricia Trainor, ‘An 1851 ‘snapshot’ of emigration’, Mizen Journal, 10, 52-62.
  • Ó Murchadha, Ciarán. ‘’Where are the people gone to?’ county Clare 1850-1852’, The Other Clare, 26, 40-49.
  • O’Regan, Tipene, ‘The dimension of kinship’ in Arthur Grimes, Lydia Wevers & Ginny Sullivan (eds), States of mind: Australia and New Zealand 1901-2001 (Wellington (NZ)), 35-38.
  • Olson, Sherry & Patricia Thornton, ‘The Challenge of the Irish Catholic Community in Nineteenth-Century Montreal’, Histoire sociale / Social History, 70, 331-362.
  • Patterson, Brad, The Irish in New Zealand: historical contexts and perspectives (Wellington (NZ)).
  • Piola, Catherine, L’immigration en Irlande: la nouvelle donne’, Sources, 13, 10-19.
  • Price, Stanley, Somewhere to hang my hat: an Irish-Jewish journey (Dublin).
  • Richards, Eric, ‘The first mass emigration from Ireland to Australia’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 2, 166-84.
  • Rolston, Bill & Michael Owen Shannon, Encounters: how racism came to Ireland (Belfast).
  • Rosenbloom, Joshua L., Looking for work, searching for workers: American labor markets during industrialization (Cambridge).
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘”I’m going to England”: women’s narratives of leaving Ireland in the 1930s’, Oral History, 30:1, 42-53.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Sexualising emigration: discourses of Irish female emigration in the 1930s’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 25:1, 51-65.
  • Ryan, Thomas J., ‘Out of Ireland into the Union Army: the battle over Irish emigration’, Irish Sword, 23:91, 7-22.
  • Sammon, Paddy, Greenspeak: Ireland in her own words (Dublin).
  • Swift, Roger (ed), Irish migrants in Britain, 1815-1914: a documentary history (Cork).
  • Williams, William Henry Allen, ‘Green again: Irish-American lace-curtain satire’, New Hibernia Review, 6:2, 9-24.
  • Wokeck, Marianne Sophia, ‘Family and servants. Critical links in the eighteenth-century chain to the Delaware Valley’, Familia, 18, 1-20.
  • Wokeck, Marianne Sophia, ‘Irish and German migration to eighteenth-century North America’ in David Eltis (ed), Coerced and free migration: global perspectives (The making of modern freedom) (Stanford (CA)), 152-75.

2001

  • Aggeler, Maureen, Dear Richard: letters to an Irish immigrant, 1865-1925 (Philadelphia (PA)).
  • Ahern, Dennis, ‘The search for missing friends. Vol. 5: 1861-65’, Mallow Field Club Journal, 19, 134-143.
  • Almeida, Linda Dowling, Irish immigrants in New York city, 1945-1995 (Bloomington (IN)).
  • Bhroiméil, Úna Ní, ‘The creation of an Irish culture in the United States: the Gaelic movement, 1870-1915’, New Hibernia Review, 5:3, 87-100.
  • Boyle, Mark, ‘Towards a (re)theorisation of the historical geography of nationalism in diasporas: the Irish diaspora as an exemplar’, International Journal of Population Geography, 7:6, 429-46.
  • Bracken, David, ‘Irish migrants in Paris hospitals, 1702-1730: extracts from the registers of Bicêtre, La Charité, La Pitié and La Salpetrière’, Archivium Hibernicum, 55, 7-47.
  • Bracken, David, ‘Piracy and poverty: aspects of the Irish Jacobite experience in France, 1691-1720’ in Thomas O’Connor (ed), The Irish in Europe 1580-1815(Dublin), 127-142.
  • Bric, Maurice J., ‘Patterns of Irish emigration to America, 1783-1800’, Éire-Ireland, 36:1-2, 10-28.
  • Brown, Katharine L., ‘Antrim to Augusta: adaptation and identity among Ulster emigrants in Augusta, Georgia, 1800-1875’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 33-55.
  • Brown, Katharine L. & Nancy T. Sorrells, ‘Presbyterian pathways to power: networking, gentrification and the Scotch-Irish heritage among Virginia Presbyterian ministers, 1760-1860’ in Patrick Fitzgerald & Steve Ickringill (eds), Atlantic crossroads: historical connections between Scotland, Ulster and North America (Newtownards), 27-40.
  • Byrne, Thomas J., ‘Minnesota pioneers and the Carlow connection’, Carloviana, 50, 24.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘John Redmond and the Irish National League in Australia and New Zealand, 1883’, History, 86, 348-362.
  • Codd, Mark, ‘Don Timothy Murphy, a Wexfordman in pre-goldrush California’, The Past, 23, 41-49.
  • Costello, Tom, ‘Prohibitation and the unsinkable Molly Brown’, Clann Chaomhánach Newsletter, 9-10.
  • Cowley, Ultan, The men who built Britain: a history of the Irish navvy (Dublin).
  • Coyle, Eugene A., ‘From Abbeyville to Quebec’, Dublin Historical Record, 54, 146-160.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Gender and twentieth-century Irish migration 1921-71’ in Pamela Sharpe (ed), Women, gender and labour migration: historical and global perspectives (Routledge research in gender and history, 5) (London).
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Irish migration to Britain, 1939-1945’, Irish Economic and Social History, 28, 47-71.
  • Diner, Hasia, Hungering for America: Italian, Irish, and Jewish foodways in the age of migration (Cambridge (MA)).
  • Duffy, Godfrey, ‘The Famine Irish in Newcastle & Co Durham: Sources for Genealogical Research’, Northern Catholic History, 42, 59-65.
  • Edwards, Don, ‘California’s Scotch-Irish pioneers’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 7-18.
  • Faherty, William Barnaby, The St. Louis Irish: an unmatched Celtic community (Saint Louis).
  • Fitzgerald, Paddy, ‘Emigration from the Coleraine district and the Irish Emigration Database project’, The Bann Disc, 7, 14-18.
  • Gleeson, David T., The Irish in the South, 1815-1877 (Chapel Hill (NC)).
  • Griffin, Patrick, The people with no name: Ireland’s Ulster Scots, America’s Scots Irish, and the creation of a British Atlantic world, 1689-1764 (Princeton (NJ) and Oxford).
  • Hankins, Caneta S., ‘Hugh Rogan of county Donegal: the influence of Irish culture on frontier Tennessee’, Donegal Annual,53, 50-58.
  • Herraman, Ann, ‘Irish settlers beyond the tiers: Mount Barker South Australia, 1836-1886’, Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 1, 36-48.
  • Jackson, John A., ‘Emigration and the Irish abroad: recent writings’, Irish Historical Studies, 32:127, 433-42.
  • Kelly, Liam, ‘Convicts from Leitrim and Cavan transported to Botany Bay: 1791-1800’, Breifne: Journal of Cumann Seanchais Bhréifne, 9:37, 375-401.
  • Knobel, Dale T., ‘’Celtic Exodus’: the Famine, Irish ethnic stereotypes, and the cultivation of American racial nationalism’, Radharc: the chronicles of Glucksman Ireland House at New York University, 2.
  • Kraut, Alan M., ‘A tale of two cities’, Reviews in American History, 29:4, 530-537.
  • Ludington, Charles, ‘The Huguenot diaspora: refugee networks of power’ in Hiram Morgan (ed), Information, media and power through the ages: Historical Studies XXII: papers read before the 24th Irish Conference of Historians held at University College Cork, 20-22 May 1999 (Dublin), 84-95.
  • Lynch, Martin, ‘John Joseph Sherry (1790-1864), Carlow’s other favourite Corkman – the original Aussie battler’, Carloviana, 50, 89-92.
  • Lyons, M.A., ‘The emergence of an Irish community in Saint-Malo, 1550-1710’ in Thomas O’Connor (ed), The Irish in Europe 1580-1815(Dublin), 107-126.
  • MacMaster, Richard K., ‘James Fullton: A Philidelphia Merchant and his Customers’, Familia, 17.
  • MacMaster, Richard K., ‘Scotch-Irish merchants and the rise of Baltimore: identity and community, 1755-1775’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 19-32.
  • MacMaster, Richard K. & Mary J. Faris, ‘An Ulsterman in early industrial America: letters of James Wightman, 1821-1824’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 151-169.
  • Mannion, John, ‘Irish migration and settlement in Newfoundland: the formative phase, 1697-1732’, Newfoundland Studies, 17:2, 257-293.
  • McCarron, Fidelma & Edward T. McCarron, ‘The Atlantic world of Kavanagh and Coothill’, Old Kilkenny Review: Journal of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society, 53, 64-81.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘”A good idea of colonial life”: personal letters and Irish migration to New Zealand’, New Zealand Journal of History, 35:1, 1-21.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor,’The Quality of Mercy: Irish Women and Infanticide in Colonial Australia’, Familia, 17.
  • McClintock, May, ‘Donegal Orphan girls’, Donegal Annual, 53, 59-65.
  • Miller, Kerby A., B.D. Boling & Liam Kennedy, ‘The famine’s scars: William Murphy’s Ulster and American odyssey’, Éire-Ireland, 36:1-2, 98-123.
  • Montgomery, Michael, ‘Eighteenth-century nomenclature for Ulster emigrants’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 1-6.
  • Montgomery, Michael, ‘On the trail of early Ulster emigrant letters’ in Patrick Fitzgerald & Steve Ickringill (eds), Atlantic crossroads: historical connections between Scotland, Ulster and North America (Newtownards), 13-26.
  • Montgomery, Michael, ‘Ulster Scots: a language of Scotch-Irish emigrants’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:2, 125-137.
  • Morrison, J’aime, ‘Dancing between decks: choreographies of transition during Irish migrations to America’, Éire-Ireland, 36:1-2, 83-97.
  • Moulden, John, ‘The blooming bright star of Belle Isle: American native or Irish immigrant?’ in Patrick Fitzgerald & Steve Ickringill (eds), Atlantic crossroads: historical connections between Scotland, Ulster and North America (Newtownards), 55-66.
  • Mulligan, William H., ‘From the Beara to the Keweenaw: the migration of Irish miners from Allihies, County Cork to the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA, 1845-1880’, Journal of the Mining Heritage Trust of Ireland, 1, 19-24.
  • Mulligan, William H., ‘Irish immigrants in Michigan’s copper country: assimilation on a northern frontier’, New Hibernia Review, 5:4, 109-122.
  • Ó Ciosáin, Éamon, ‘A hundred years of Irish migration to France, 1590-1688’ in Thomas O’Connor (ed), The Irish in Europe, 1580-1815 (Dublin), 93-106.
  • O’Connell, Anne, ‘”Take care of the immigrant girls”: the migration process of late-nineteenth-century Irish women’, Éire-Ireland, 35:3-4, 102-33.
  • O’Connor, Thomas, ‘Irish migration to Spain and the formation of an Irish college network, 1589-1800’ in Luc François & Ann Katherine Isaacs (eds), The sea in European history (Clioh’s Workshop, 1) (Pisa), 109-23.
  • O’Connor, Thomas (ed), The Irish in Europe 1580-1815(Dublin).
  • O’Farrell, Patrick, The Irish in Australia: 1788 to Present (Cork).
  • Ó Gosáin, Éamon, ‘A hundred years of Irish migration to France, 1590-1688’ in Thomas O’Connor (ed), The Irish in Europe, 1580-1815 (Dublin), 93-106.
  • O’Neil, Timothy M., ‘Miners in migration: the case of nineteenth-century Irish and Irish-American copper miners’, Éire-Ireland, 36:1-2, 124-40.
  • Parkhill, Trevor, ‘’God help them, what is going to become of them?’: famine emigration from Ulster’ in Patrick Fitzgerald & Steve Ickringill (eds), Atlantic crossroads: historical connections between Scotland, Ulster and North America (Newtownards), 41-54.
  • Rich, Kevin J., Irish immigrants of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank (Massapequa, N.Y.).
  • Ridge, John T., ‘Employment for women and the Irish Immigrant Girls Home (Part II)’, New York Irish History, 15, 41-48.
  • Rogers, Henry, ‘Edmund Fanning: from Limerick, Ireland to Stonington, Connecticut’, Connecticut History, 40:2, 182-202.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Aliens, migrants and maids: public discourses on Irish immigration to Britain in 1937’, Immigrants & Minorities, 20:3, 25-42.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Irish Female Emigration in the 1930s: transgressing space and culture’, Gender, Place and Culture, 8:3, 271-82.
  • Saito, Eiri, ‘Approaching Nineteenth Century Irish Migration: An Overview from both Global and Local’, Journal of International Economic Studies, 15, 11-20.
  • Skehan, Martin, ‘From Cloughjordan to Seattle’, Cloughjordan Heritage, 5, 53-54.
  • Tóibín, Colm, & Diarmaid Ferriter, The Irish famine: a documentary (London).

2000

  • Adams, Simon, Exit wounds: murder, diaspora and the Irish troubles: an Irish-Australian story (Darlinghurst (NSW)).
  • Akenson, Donald Harman, ‘Irish migration to North America, 1800-1920’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow).
  • Audrey, Suzanne, Multi-culturalism in practice: Irish, Jewish, Italian and Pakistani migration to Scotland (Aldershot).
  • Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves, ‘Les Irlandais dans les Loges Maçonniques Françaises au XVIIIe siècle’ in Maria Begóna Villar Garcia (ed), La emigración Irlandesa en siglo XVIII (Estudios y ensayos, 43) (Malaga), 63-79.
  • Belchem, John, ‘The Liverpool-Irish enclave’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 128-146.
  • Bernard, Bruno, ‘Les Neny: une famille d’hommes d’etat d’origines Irlandaise dans la Belgigue des lumières’ in Maria Begóna Villar Garcia (ed), La emigración Irlandesa en siglo XVIII (Estudios y ensayos, 43) (Malaga), 81-99.
  • Bielenberg, Andy (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow).
  • Bielenberg, Andy, ‘Irish emigration to the British empire, 1700-1914’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 215-34.
  • Bolton, J. L., ‘Irish migration to England in the late middle ages: the evidence of 1394 and 1440’, Irish Historical Studies, 32:125, 1-21.
  • Bradley, J. M., ‘Wearing the green: a history of nationalist demonstrations among the diaspora in Scotland’ in T.G. Fraser (ed), The Irish parading tradition: following the drum (Basingstoke), 111-128.
  • Bull, Philip, Frances Devlin-Glass & Helen Doyle (eds), Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: studies in culture, identity and migration (Sydney (NSW)).
  • Busteed, Mervyn Austen, ‘Little islands of Erin: Irish settlement and identity in mid-nineteenth century Manchester’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 94-127.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Immigrants on the land: a comparative study of Irish rural settlement in nineteenth-century Minnesota and New South Wales’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 176-94.
  • Campbell, Sean, ‘Beyond ‘Plastic Paddy’: a re-examination of the second-generation Irish in England’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 266-288.
  • Childs, Wendy R., ‘Irish merchants and seamen in late medieval England’, Irish Historical Studies, 32:125, 22-43.
  • Conlan, Pat, ‘Female emigration from Ireland’ in Eberhard Bort & Neil Evans (eds), Networking Europe: essays on regionalism and social democracy (Liverpool Studies in European Regional Cultures, 6) (Liverpool), 175-190.
  • Connolly, Tracey, ‘Emigration from Ireland to Britain during the Second World War’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 51-64.
  • Coogan, Tim Pat, Wherever green is worn: the story of the Irish diaspora (London).
  • Courtney, Damien, ‘A quantification of Irish migration with particular emphasis on the 1980s and 1990s’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 287-316.
  • Cullen, L.M., The Irish Brandy Houses of Eighteenth-Century France(Dublin).
  • Culligan, Matthew J. & Peter Cherici, The wandering Irish in Europe: their influence from the Dark Ages to modern times (London).
  • Davis, Graham, ‘Social decline and slum conditions: Irish migrants in Bath’s history’, Bath History, 8, 134-47.
  • Davis, Graham, ‘The Irish in Britain, 1815-1939’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 19-36.
  • Delaney, Enda, Demography, state and society: Irish migration to Britain, 1921-1971 (Liverpool).
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Placing postwar Irish migration to Britain in a comparative European perspective, 1945-1981’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 331-56.
  • Fanning, Charles (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)).
  • Fanning, Patricia J., ‘Epidemics, influenza, and the Irish: Norwood, Massachusetts, in 1918’ in Charles Fanning (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)), 223-35.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘Emigration from Donegal and the Irish emigration database project’, Donegal Annual, 52, 57-62.
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘From the flight of the earls to the famine: Tyrone’s migration history, 1800 to 1845’ in Charles Dillon, Henry A. Jefferies & William Nolan (eds), Tyrone: history and society (Dublin), 461-488.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, A distant shore: Irish migration & New Zealand settlement (Dunedin (NZ)).
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘Irish migration to the west coast, 1864-1900’, New Zealand Journal of History, 34:2, 197-225.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘Patterns of Irish migration to the West Coast of New Zealand, 1864-1900’ in Philip Bull, Frances Devlin-Glass & Helen Doyle (eds), Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: studies in culture, identity and migration (Sydney (NSW)), 152-64.
  • Gallman, James Matthew, Receiving Erin’s children: Philadelphia, Liverpool, and the Irish famine migration, 1845-1855 (Chapel Hill (NC) and London).
  • Garrett, Paul Michael, ‘The abnormal flight: the migration and repatriation of Irish unmarried mothers’, Social History, 25:3, 330-43.
  • Gilley, Sheridan, ‘Roman Catholicism and the Irish in England’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 147-167.
  • Gray, Breda, ‘From “ethnicity” to “diaspora”: 1980s emigration and “multicultural” London’ in Andy Bielenberg, The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 65-88.
  • Gray, Breda, ‘Gendering the Irish diaspora: questions of enrichment, hybridization and return’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 23:2, 167-85.
  • Halpin, Brendan, ‘Who are the Irish in Britain? Evidence from large-scale surveys’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 89-107.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘”An abject and deplorable existence”: problems faced by Irish women migratory potato workers in Scotland in the early twentieth century’, Folk Life, 38, 42-55.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘”Unwearied investigations and interminable correspondence”: the churches and clerical work in improving housing conditions for Irish migratory potato workers in Scotland’, Scottish Economic & Social History, 20:1, 31-57.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘Viewing an “underworld”: sources of evidence for Irish migratory potato workers in early twentieth-century Scotland’, Scottish Archives, 6, 71-82.
  • Holmes, Michael, ‘The Irish and India: imperialism, nationalism and internationalism’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 235-50.
  • Jones, Anne, The scattering: images of emigrants from an Irish county (Dublin).
  • Kenny, Kevin, The American Irish: a history (Harlow).
  • Lyons, Mary Ann, ‘”Vagabonds”, “mendiants”, “gueux”: French reaction to Irish immigration in the early seventeenth century’, French History, 14:4, 363-82.
  • Mac Laughlin, Jim, ‘Changing attitudes to “new wave” emigration? Structuralism versus voluntarism in the study of Irish emigration’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 317-30.
  • MacMaster, Richard K., ‘Emigrants to New England from the Conolly estates, 1718’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:1, 19-26.
  • MacRaild, Donald M., ‘Crossing migrant frontiers: comparative reflections on Irish migrants in Britain and the United States during the nineteenth century’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 40-70.
  • MacRaild, Donald M. (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin).
  • Maume, Patrick, Rebel on the run: T.J. Quinn and the IRB/Land League diaspora in America (Fort Lauderdale (FL)).
  • McBride, Lawrence W., ‘The Reynolds letters: sources for understanding the Irish emigrant experience in America and England, 1865-1934’ in Charles Fanning (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)), 131-51.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., ‘Diaspora comparisons and Irish-American uniqueness’ in Charles Fanning (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)), 15-27.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor, ‘Lost children? Irish famine orphans in Australia’, History Ireland, 8:4, 30-34.
  • McCracken, Donal P., ‘Odd man out: the South African experience’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 251-71.
  • McCready, Richard B., ‘Revising the Irish in Scotland: the Irish in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Scotland’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 37-50.
  • McKenna, Patrick, ‘Irish emigration to Argentina: a different model’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 195-212.
  • McKenna, Patrick, ‘The formation of Hiberno-Argentine’ in Oliver Marshall (ed), English-speaking communities in Latin America (Houndmills), 81-103.
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘”Scotch-Irish”, “black Irish” and “real Irish”: emigrants and identities in the old South’ in Andy Bielenberg (ed), The Irish diaspora (Harlow), 139-57.
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘”Scotch-Irish” myths and “Irish” identities in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century America’ in Charles Fanning (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)), 75-92.
  • Murphy, Daniel, Irish emigrant and missionary education: a history (Dublin).
  • Neal, Frank, ‘The foundations of the Irish settlement in Newcastle upon Tyne: the evidence in the 1851 census’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 71-93.
  • Noone, Val, ‘Irish-Australian Conference Publications: Content and Context’ in Philip Bull, Frances Devlin-Glass & Helen Doyle (eds), Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: Studies in Culture, Identity and Migration (Sydney (NSW)), 349-366.
  • O’Day, Alan, ‘Irish diaspora politics in perspective: the United Irish Leagues of Great Britain and America, 1900-14’ in Donald M. MacRaild (ed), The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (Dublin), 214-239.
  • O’Day, Edward J., ‘The “second colonization of New England” revisited: Irish immigration before the Famine’ in Charles Fanning (ed), New perspectives on the Irish diaspora (Carbondale (IL)), 93-114.
  • O’Leary, Paul, Immigration and integration: the Irish in Wales, 1798-1922 (Cardiff).
  • Osgood, Daniel, ‘The Irish in Ashton-under-Lyne in the 1860s’, Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, 149, 145-71.
  • Parkhill, Trevor, ‘’Pour encourager les autres’: assisted and other forms of emigration to Quebec, 1725-1875’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:1, 79-102.
  • Reece, Bob (ed), The Irish in Western Australia (Nedlands (WA)).
  • Schüller, Karin, ‘Inmigrantes Irlandeses en Espana en la primera m’itad del siglo XVII: condiciones básicas para una integración’ in Maria Begóna Villar Garcia (ed), La emigración Irlandesa en siglo XVIII (Estudios y ensayos, 43) (Malaga), 207-227.
  • See, Scott W., ‘”An unprecedented influx”: nativism and Irish Famine immigration to Canada’, American Review of Canadian Studies, 30:4, 429-53.
  • Seleski, Patty, ‘Identity, immigration, and the state: Irish immigrants and English settlement in London, 1790-1840’ in George K. Behlmer & Fred Marc Leventhal (eds), Singular continuities: tradition, nostalgia, and identity in modern British culture (Stanford (CA)), 11-27.
  • Sherman, Paul, ‘From Ireland’s Vinegar Hill to Australia’s Vinegar Hill’ in Tadhg Foley & Fiona Bateman (eds), Irish-Australian studies: papers delivered at the ninth Irish-Australian Conference Galway, April 1997 (Sydney (NSW)), 217-23.
  • Slight, Harold, The Irish influence: migrant workers in northern England (GB).
  • Smith, William L., ‘Emigrant Irish secular priests in America’, History Ireland, 8:3, 39-43.
  • Tennant, Lorraine, ‘Centre for migration studies: Ulster-American Folk Park in Omagh’, Scotch-Irish Studies, 1:1, 120-124.
  • Winston, Nessa, Between two places: a case study of Irish-born people living in England (Dublin).

1999

  • Belchem, John, ‘The Liverpool-Irish enclave’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 128-46.
  • Bendroth, Margaret, ‘Rum, Romanism, and evangelism: Protestants and Catholics in late-nineteenth-century Boston’, Church History, 68:3, 627-647.
  • Bishop, Patrick, The Irish empire (London).
  • Bradley, Joseph M., ‘The Gaelic Athletic Association and the Irish diaspora in Scotland, 1897-1947’, International Journal of the History of Sport, 16:3, 135-146.
  • Busteed, Mervyn Austen, ‘Little islands of Erin: Irish settlement and identity in mid-nineteenth-century Manchester’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 94-127.
  • Byron, Reginald, Irish America (Oxford).
  • Chinn, Carl, ‘”Sturdy Catholic emigrants”: the Irish in early Victorian Birmingham’ in Roger Swift & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in Victorian Britain: the local dimension (Dublin), 52-74.
  • Coleman, D. A., ‘Demography and migration in Ireland, north and south’, Proceedings of the British Academy, 98, 69-115.
  • Corcoran, Mary P., ‘Modernity, identity and the returning Irish emigrant’, New York Irish History, 13, 49-54.
  • Cottrell, Michael, ‘The Irish in Saskatchewan, 1850-1930: a study of intergenerational ethnicity’, Prairie Forum, 24:2, 185-209.
  • Cullen, L. M., ‘Ireland and Scotland: famines and migrants’, Scottish Economic & Social History, 19:2, 155-62.
  • Cunningham, Jennifer, ‘Emigration to North America from the Lower Bann Valley’, The Bann Disc (Journal of the Coleraine Historical Society), 5, 39-41.
  • D’Arcy, Frank, The story of Irish emigration (Dublin).
  • Davis, Richard P., ‘From Limerick to Van Diemen’s Land: Irish transportation at work’, Old Limerick Journal, 36, 34-38.
  • Demeter, Richard, Irish Americans: a versified company (Pasadena (CA)).
  • Fanning, Charles, The Irish voice in America: 250 years of Irish-American fiction (Second edition) (Lexington (KY)).
  • Farrell, Jerome, ‘The Irish in Hammersmith and Fulham in 1851’, Local Historian, 29:2, 66-75.
  • Fedorowich, Kent, ‘Reconstruction and resettlement: the politicization of Irish migration to Australia and Canada, 1919-29’, English Historical Review, 114, 1143-78.
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  • Fitzpatrick, David Patrick Brian, ‘Ireland and the empire’ in Andrew N. Porter (ed), The Oxford history of the British Empire, vol. 3: The nineteenth century (The Oxford history of the British Empire, 3) (Oxford), 495-521.
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  • Gibbons, Jo, ‘Irish immigration into mid-nineteenth-century Hull’ in John Markham (ed), Keeping faith: 700 years of Catholic life in Hull (Beverley), 49-62.
  • Gilley, Sheridan, ‘Roman Catholicism and the Irish in England’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 147-67.
  • Glazier, Michael (ed), The encyclopedia of the Irish in America (Notre Dame (IN)).
  • Gray, Peter, ‘”Shovelling out your paupers”: the British state and Irish famine migration 1846-50’, Patterns of Prejudice, 33:4, 47-66.
  • Gribben, Arthur, The great famine and the Irish diaspora in America (Amherst (MA)).
  • Herson, John, ‘Migration, “community” or integration? Irish families in Victorian Stafford’ in Roger Swift & Sheridan Gilley (eds), The Irish in Victorian Britain: the local dimension (Dublin), 156-89.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘Revealing an “underworld” and fighting for its cause: Patrick MacGill, Irish novelist, and the Irish migratory potato workers’, Scottish Labour History, 34, 93-113.
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  • MacRaild, Donald M., ‘Introduction: The Great Famine and beyond: Irish migrants in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 1-13.
  • MacRaild, Donald M., Irish migrants in modern Britain 1750-1922 (New York).
  • Malcolm, Elizabeth, ‘”The house of strident shadows”: the asylum, the family and emigration in post-famine rural Ireland’ in Greta Jones & Elizabeth Malcolm (eds), Medicine, disease and the state in Ireland, 1650-1940 (Cork), 177-91.
  • McCourt, Desmond, ‘County Derry and New England: the Scotch Irish migration of 1718’ in Gerard O’Brien (ed), Derry and Londonderry: history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county (Dublin), 303-20.
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  • McQuillan, Aidan, ‘Pouvoir et perception: une communaute Irlandaise au Quebec au dix-neuvieme siecle’, Recherches sociographiques, 40:2, 263-283.
  • Miller, Kerby A., ‘”Revenge for Skibbereen”: Irish emigration and the meaning of the great famine’ in Arthur Gribben (ed), The great famine and the Irish diaspora in America (Amherst (MA)), 180-195.
  • Moloney, Deirdre, ‘A transatlantic reform: Boston’s port protection program and Irish women immigrants’, Journal of American Ethnic History, 19:1, 50-66.
  • Neal, F., ‘The foundations of the Irish settlement in Newcastle upon Tyne: the evidence in the 1851 census’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 71-93.
  • O’Day, Alan, ‘Irish diaspora politics in perspective: the United Irish Leagues of Great Britain and America, 1900-14’, Immigrants & Minorities, 18:2-3, 214-39.
  • Ó Hannracháin, Eoghan, ‘Louth wild geese veterans in the Hôtel Royal des Invalides’, Journal of the County Louth Archaeological (& Historical) Society, 24:3, 380-90.
  • Parkhill, Trevor, ‘Emigration and the Great Famine: the Ulster experience’, Folk Life, 37, 80-91.
  • Pooley, Colin G., ‘From Londonderry to London: identity and sense of place for a Protestant Northern Irish woman in the 1930s’, Immigrants & Minorities,18:2-3, 189-213.
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1998

  • Amos, Keith, The Fenians in Australia 1865-1880 (Kensington (NSW)).
  • Barker, Matthew J., ‘John Ford and the Feeney family of Galway and Portland, Maine’, Galway Roots, 5, 148-152.
  • Beerkens, Denise, ‘St Patrick’s Church Rakauhauka, Southard, New Zealand: the faith of the Galway/Irish settlers’, Galway Roots, 5, 100-116.
  • Boulos, Vivian D., ‘From Nenagh to Toronto in pre-famine days’, Tipperary Historical Journal, 133-137.
  • Brown, Katharine L., ‘The James Bones family circle: a United Irishman’s Southern American heritage’, Familia, 14, 1-12.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Immigrants on the land: Irish rural settlement in Minnesota and New South Wales, 1830-1890’, New Hibernia Review, 2:1, 43-61.
  • Culleton, Edward, ‘Exile and civil war: the life of the young Irelander, John Kavanagh (1826-1862) Part II’ in Joseph Langtry (ed), A true Celt: Thomas Davis, The Nation, rebellion and transportation: a series of essays (Dublin), 53-61.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘State, politics and demography: the case of Irish emigration 1921-1971’, Irish Political Studies, 13, 25-49.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘The churches and Irish emigration to Britain, 1921-60’, Archivium Hibernicum, 52, 98-114.
  • Geary, Patricia, ‘Irish emigration to Argentina’, Mallow Field Club Journal, 16, 149-156.
  • Gillissen, Christophe, ‘L’Irlande et l’Amérique Latine’, Études irlandaises, 23:1, 173-184.
  • Haines, Robin F., Margrette Kleinig, Deborah Oxley & Eric Richards, ‘Migration and opportunity: an antipodean perspective’, International Review of Social History, 43, 235-63.
  • Hatton, T. J. & Jeffrey G. Williamson, The age of mass migration: causes and economic impact (New York).
  • Heueston, John, ‘Irish Yeoman veterans in Leeds county, Ontario’, Irish Family History, 14, 40-49.
  • Hickman, Mary J., ‘Reconstructing deconstructing “race”: British political discourses about the Irish in Britain’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 21:2, 288-307.
  • Higgins, Bríd & Liz Blackmore, ‘Memories of emigration’, Galway Roots, 5, 11-22.
  • Holmes, Heather, ‘Dr John McVail and the improvement of the housing of the Irish migratory potato harvesters in Scotland, 1897-c.1913’, Ulster Folklife, 44, 2-16.
  • Keneally, Thomas, The great shame: a story of the Irish in the old world and the new (London).
  • Kennedy, Billy, The Scots-Irish in Pennsylvania and Kentucky (Belfast).
  • Kenny, Kevin, Making Sense of the Molly Maguires(New York).
  • Kirk, Marcienne D., Remembering your mercy: Mother Mary Cecilia Maher & the first Sisters of Mercy in New Zealand, 1850-1880 (Auckland).
  • Lobo, A. P. & J.J. Salvo, ‘Resurgent Irish immigration to the U.S. in the 1980’s and early 1990’s: a socio-demographic profile’, International Migration, 36:2, 257-280.
  • MacAtasney, Gerard, ‘From Carrick-on-Shannon to Australia’, Carrick-on-Shannon Remembered, 1, 91-92.
  • MacRaild, Donald M., Culture, conflict, and migration: the Irish in Victorian Cumbria (Liverpool).
  • Mallory, J. P. & Barra Ó Donnagháin, ‘The origins of the population of Ireland: a survey of putative immigrations in Irish prehistory and history’, Emania, 17, 47-81.
  • McAdam, Emma Jane & Jim McAdam, ‘Captain John McBride of Ballymoney and the Early Settlement of the Falkland Islands’, Familia, 14.
  • McCarron, Edward T., ‘In pursuit of the ‘Maine’ chance: the North family of Offaly and New England, 1700-1776’, in William Nolan & Timothy P. O’Neill (eds), Offaly: history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county (Dublin), 339-370.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor, ‘Bound for Hobart: Ulster Women Convicts and the Great Famine’, Familia, 14.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor, Irish women in colonial Australia (St Leonards (NSW)).
  • McGinn, Brian, ‘The South American Irish’, Irish Roots, 1, 18-19.
  • McLeod, Norman C., Jr., ‘Not forgetting the land we left: the Irish in antebellum Richmond’, Virginia Cavalcade, 47:1, 36-47.
  • Meagher, Margaret, ‘From Kedrah in Cahir, Co. Tipperary, to Kedrah in St John’s, Newfoundland’, Gateway to the Past, 2:3, 133-135.
  • Neal, Frank, Black ’47: Britain and the famine Irish (Basingstoke).
  • Nolan, Janet, ‘Education and Women’s mobility in Ireland and Irish America, 1880-1921: a preliminary look’, New Hibernia Review, 2:3, 78-88.
  • O’Donnell, L. A., ‘Carlow man rose from rages to radicalism in Philadelphia’, Carloviana, 46, 16-19.
  • O’Gallagher, Marianna, The Shamrock Trail: tracing the Irish in Quebec City (Sainte-Foy, Quebec).
  • O’Hanlon, Ray, The new Irish Americans (Boulder (CO)).
  • Ó Laoi, Pádraic, ‘The Castlegar Cody’s in New Zealand’, Galway Roots, 5, 90-91.
  • O’Neill, Joseph, ‘The Irish in Manchester in the second half of the nineteenth century’, Irish Roots, 4 28-29.
  • Rees, Jim, ‘Surplus people’, Beaver, 78:5, 5-11.
  • Straney, Shirley Garton, ‘A McNamara family of Annaghdown in Pittsburgh’, Galway Roots, 5, 123-127.
  • Vinyard, Jo Ellen, For faith and fortune: the education of Catholic immigrants in Detroit, 1805-1925 (Urbana (IL)).
  • Wilson, David A., United Irishmen, United States: immigrant radicals in the early republic (Dublin).

1997

  • Akenson, Donald Harman, ‘A midrash on “Galut”, “Exile” and “Diaspora” rhetoric’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 5-15.
  • Akenson, Donald Harman, If the Irish ran the world: Montserrat, 1630-1730(Liverpool).
  • Blethen, H. Tyler & Curtis W. Wood, jr., ‘Introduction with a foreword by T.G. Fraser’ in H. Tyler Blethen & Curtis W. Wood, jr. (eds), Ulster and North America: transatlantic perspectives on the Scotch-Irish (Tuscaloosa (AL)), 1-14.
  • Blethen, H. Tyler & Curtis W. Wood, jr., (eds), Ulster and North America: transatlantic perspectives on the Scotch-Irish (Tuscaloosa (AL)).
  • Buckley, Marello, ‘Sitting on your politics: the Irish among the British and the women among the Irish’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 94-132.
  • Busteed, Mervyn Austen, ‘The Irish in nineteenth-century Manchester’, Irish Studies Review, 5:18, 8-13.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, The Kingdom of the Ryans: the Irish in south-west New South Wales, 1816-1890 (Sydney (NSW)).
  • Coffey, Michael, The Irish in America (New York).
  • Collins, Brenda, ‘The linen industry and emigration to Britain during the mid-nineteenth century’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 151-60.
  • Collins, Stephen, The Farrell clan in Europe (Longford).
  • Corcoran, Mary P., ‘Clandestine destinies: the informal economic sector and Irish immigrant incorporation’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 236-252.
  • Costello, Francis J., ‘The Deer Island graves, Boston: the Irish famine and Irish-American tradition’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 6: The meaning of the famine (The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, 6) (London), 112-25.
  • Cowell, John, ‘The Queenstown story’, Ireland of the Welcomes, 46:6, 22-25.
  • Crawford, E. Margaret, ‘Introduction: Ireland’s haemorrhage’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 1-4.
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  • Duffy, Godfrey F., ‘County Monaghan immigrants in the Consett area of County Durham, England, 1842-1855’, Clogher Record: Journal of the Clogher Historical Society, 16:1, 37-45.
  • Duffy, Patrick J., ‘Emigrants and the estate office in the mid-nineteenth century: a compassionate relationship?’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 71-86.
  • Durack, Susan, ‘A study of migration, Scariff, Co. Clare 1901-1911’, Sliabh Aughty: Journal of the East Clare Heritage Group, 7, 28-30.
  • Fishman, William J., ‘Allies in the promised land: reflections on the Irish and the Jews in the East End’ in Anne J. Kershen (ed), London: the promised land?: the migrant experience in a capital city (Aldershot), 38-49.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, To Tara via Holyhead: Irish Catholic immigrants in nineteenth-century Christchurch (Auckland (NZ)).
  • Ganter, Mary N., ‘Emigrants crossing the Atlantic’, Early American Homes, 28:1, 42-44, 64-66.
  • Gray, Breda, ‘Unmasking Irishness: Irish women, the Irish nation and the Irish diaspora’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 209-235.
  • Greenslade, Liam, ‘The blackbird calls in grief: colonialism, health and identity among Irish immigrants in Britain’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 36-60.
  • Guinnane, Timothy W., The vanishing Irish: households, migration, and the rural economy in Ireland, 1850-1914 (Princeton (NJ)).
  • Haines, Robin F., Emigration and the labouring poor: Australian recruitment in Britain and Ireland, 1831-60 (Basingstoke).
  • Holman, Andrew C., ‘”Different feelings”: Corktown and the Catholic Irish in early Hamilton 1832-1847’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 23:1, 41-66.
  • Johnston-Liik, Edith Mary, ‘The development of the Ulster-Scottish connection’ in John Erskine & Gordon Lucy (eds), Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland: varieties of Scottishness: exploring the Ulster-Scottish connection: proceedings of the Cultural Traditions Group, conference, March 1996 (Belfast), 27-44.
  • Kay, Billy, ‘Shamrock and thistle entwined’ in John Erskine & Gordon Lucy (eds), Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland: varieties of Scottishness: exploring the Ulster-Scottish connection: proceedings of the Cultural Traditions Group, conference, March 1996 (Belfast), 7-24.
  • Kennedy, Billy, The Scots-Irish in the Carolinas (Belfast).
  • Kirkham, Graeme, ‘Ulster emigration to north America, 1680-1720’ in H. Tyler Blethen & Curtis W. Wood, jr. (eds), Ulster and North America: transatlantic perspectives on the Scotch-Irish (Tuscaloosa (AL)), 76-117.
  • Logan, John, ‘From Mountshannon to Queensland’, Sliabh Aughty: Journal of the East Clare Heritage Group, 7, 14-16.
  • Luibheid, Eithne, ‘Irish immigrants in the United States’ racial system’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 253-273.
  • Mac Laughlin, Jim, ‘The new vanishing Irish: social characteristics of ‘new wave’ Irish emigration’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 133-157.
  • MacLaughlin, Jim, ‘Emigration and the construction of nationalist hegemony in Ireland: the historical background to ‘new wave’ Irish emigration’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 5-35.
  • MacLaughlin, Jim, ‘The devaluation of ‘nation’ as ‘home’ and the depoliticisation of recent Irish emigration’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 179-208.
  • MacLoughlin, William, ‘The Hibernian-Argentinian: a forgotten branch of the Irish diaspora’, Irish Genealogist, 9, 423-5.
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence J., The Irish diaspora in America (Revised edition) (Washington).
  • McCaffrey, Lawrence John, The Irish Catholic diaspora in America (Washington (DC)).
  • McCarron, Edward T., ‘Altered states: Tyrone migration to Providence, Rhode Island during the nineteenth century’, Clogher Record: Journal of the Clogher Historical Society, 16:1, 145-61.
  • McClelland, V., ‘”Phylacteries of misery” or “mystic-eyed hierophants”: some ecclesiastical and educational challenges in England of the Irish diaspora 1850-1902’, Aspects of Education, 54, 15-32.
  • Murphy, Maureen, ‘The Fionnuala factor: Irish sibling emigration at the turn of the century’ in Anthony Bradley & Maryann Gialanella Valiulis (eds), Gender and sexuality in modern Ireland (Amherst (MA)), 85-101.
  • Neal, Frank, ‘Black ’47: Liverpool and the Irish famine’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 123-36.
  • Neal, Frank, ‘The famine Irish in England and Wales’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 6: The meaning of the famine (The Irish world wide: history, heritage, identity, 6) (London), 56-80.
  • Nolan, Janet, ‘The Great Famine and women’s emigration from Ireland’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 61-70.
  • O’Carroll, Helen, ‘Tralee emigrant ships’ in Michael Costello (ed), The famine in Kerry (Tralee), 16-22.
  • O’Connell, P. D., ‘Dick Dowling (1838-1867) – Tuam emigrant and Texan hero’ in John A. Claffey (ed), Glimpses of Tuam since the famine (Tuam), 42-58.
  • O’Donnell, Edward T., ‘”The scattered debris of the Irish nation”: the famine Irish and New York City, 1845-55’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 49-60.
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  • Ó Gráda, Cormac & Kevin H. O’Rourke, ‘Migration as disaster relief: lessons from the great Irish famine’, European Review of Economic History, 1, 3-25.
  • O’Sullivan, Patrick (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 6: The meaning of the famine (London).
  • O’Toole, Fintan, The ex-isle of Erin (Dublin).
  • O’Toole, Fintan, ‘The ex-isle of Erin: emigration and Irish culture’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 158-178.
  • Parkhill, Trevor, ‘”Permanent deadweight”: emigration from Ulster workhouses during the famine’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 87-100.
  • Partington, Geoffrey, The Australian nation: its British and Irish roots (New Brunswick (NJ)).
  • Pratt, David, ‘Mary Cannovan: life as a pre-famine Irish immigrant in Liverpool’, Genealogists’ Magazine, 25, 153-154.
  • Rader, Frank T., ‘A Mayoman’s measure of success; Michael Reap and the Pittson Irish, 1840-1880’, Cathair na Mart, 16, 82-91.
  • Radigan, Thomas B., ‘From County Kildare to India’, Irish Family History, 13, 92-4.
  • Scally, Robert James, ‘External forces in the famine emigration from Ireland’ in E. Margaret Crawford (ed), The hungry stream: essays on emigration and famine (Belfast), 17-24.
  • Shanahan, David, ‘Young Ireland in a young Canada: Thomas D’Arcy McGee and the new nationality’, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 12:1, 1-8.
  • Shuttleworth, Ian, ‘Graduate emigrants: a ‘new wave’ in Irish emigration?’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 304-322.
  • Stieber, John, ‘From Carlow to the Russian front’, Carloviana, 45, 24-28.
  • Walter, Bronwen, ‘Contemporary Irish settlement in London: women’s worlds, men’s worlds’ in Jim MacLaughlin (ed), Locations and dislocation in contemporary Irish society: emigration and Irish identities (Cork), 61-93.
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1996

  • Agnew, J., Belfast merchant families in the seventeenth century(Dublin).
  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘A long journey: the Irish in Scotland’ in Patrick O’Sullivan (ed), The Irish world wide. Vol. 5: Religion and identity (London and New York), 146-82.
  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘Scots and Irish clergy ministering to immigrants, 1830-1878’, Innes Review, 47, 45-68.
  • Blaney, Jim, ‘Emigration from Portaferry, Co. Down’, Directory of Irish Family History Research, 19, 72-74.
  • Bradley, Joseph M., ‘Facets of the Irish diaspora: “Irishness” in 20th century Scotland’, Irish Journal of Sociology, 6, 79-100.
  • Busteed, Mervyn Austen & R.I. Hodgson, ‘Irish migrant responses to urban life in early nineteenth-century Manchester’, Geographical Journal, 162:2, 139-53.
  • Byrne, Edward, ‘From Myshall to Secretary of State of Wisconsin, USA’, Carloviana, 44, 13.
  • Campbell, Malcolm, ‘Irish nationalism and immigrant assimilation: comparing the United States and Australia’, Australasian Journal of American Studies, 15:2, 24-43.
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  • Davis, Graham, ‘Models of migration: the historiography of the Irish pioneers in South Texas’, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, 99:3, 326-348.
  • Devlin, William E., ‘Shrewd Irishmen: Irish entreprenuers and artisans in New York’s clothing industry, 1830-1880’, Ronald H. Bayor & Timothy J. Meagher (eds), The New York Irish (Baltimore), 169-192.
  • Diner, Hasia, ‘”The most Irish city in the union”: the era of the great migration, 1844-1877’ in Ronald H. Bayor & Timothy J. Meagher (eds), The New York Irish (Baltimore), 87-106.
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  • Dooley, Terence A. M., ‘Protestant migration from the Free State to Northern Ireland, 1920-25: a private census for Co. Fermanagh’, Clogher Record: Journal of the Clogher Historical Society, 15:3, 87-132.
  • Doyle, David, ‘John Boyle O’Reilly and Irish adjustment in America’, Journal of the Old Drogheda Society, 10, 7-25.
  • Doyle, David Noel, ‘The remaking of Irish-America, 1845-80’ in W.E. Vaughan (ed), A new history of Ireland. Vol. 6: Ireland under the Union, pt. 2, 1870-1921 (Oxford), 725-63.
  • Duggan, Eugene, ‘From Galway to Turloughmore and South Australia’, Galway Roots,4, 47-53.
  • Fedorowich, Kent, ‘The problems of disbandment: the Royal Irish Constabulary and imperial migration, 1919-29’, Irish Historical Studies, 30, 88-110.
  • Feldman, Allen, ‘“Gaelic Gotham”: decontextualizing the diaspora’, Éire-Ireland, 31:1-2, 189-201.
  • Fitzpatrick, David Patrick Brian, ‘Emigration, 1871-1921’ in W.E. Vaughan (ed), A new history of Ireland. Vol. 6: Ireland under the Union, pt. 2, 1870-1921 (Oxford), 606-52.
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  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘The making of an ethnic collectivity: Irish Catholic immigrants in nineteenth-century Christchurch’, Journal of Religious History, 20:2, 210-27.
  • Fraser, Lyndon, ‘The network structure of Catholic Irish migration to nineteenth century Canterbury, New Zealand’ in Richard P. Davis, Jennifer Livett, Anne-Maree Whitaker & Peter Moore (eds), Irish-Australian studies: papers delivered at the eighth Irish-Australian Conference Hobart July 1995 (Sydney (NSW)), 234-45.
  • Fraser, T. G., ‘Ireland and India’ in Keith Jeffery (ed), An Irish empire?: aspects of Ireland and the British Empire (Manchester), 77-93.
  • Gilchrist, J. Brian, ‘Irish links with Canada: finding Irish emigrants in Canada’ in M.D. Evans (ed), Aspects of Irish genealogy II: being the proceedings of the second Irish Genealogical Congress (Dublin), 102-110.
  • Gilje, Paul A., ‘The development of an Irish American community in New York city before the great migration’ in Ronald H. Bayor & Timothy J. Meagher (eds), The New York Irish (Baltimore), 70-83.
  • Goodfriend, Joyce D., ‘‘Upon a bunch of straw’: the Irish in colonial New York city’ in Ronald H. Bayor & Timothy J. Meagher (eds), The New York Irish (Baltimore), 35-47.
  • Gray, Breda, ‘Irish women in London: national or hybrid diasporic identities?’, National Women’s Studies Association Journal, 8:1, 85-109.
  • Gray, Breda, ‘’The home of our mothers and our birthright for ages’? nation, diaspora and Irish women’ in Mary Maynard & June Purvis (ed), New frontiers in women’s studies: knowledge, identity, and nationalism (Gender & society: feminist perspectives on the past and present) (London), 164-86.
  • Grimes, R. R., How shall we sing in a foreign land?: music of Irish-Catholic immigrants in the antebellum United States (Notre Dame (IN)).
  • Haines, Robin F., ‘Workhouse to gangplank: mobilising Irish pauper women and girls bound for Australia in the mid-nineteenth century’ in Richard P. Davis, Jennifer Livett, Anne-Maree Whitaker & Peter Moore (eds), Irish-Australian studies: papers delivered at the eighth Irish-Australian Conference Hobart July 1995 (Sydney (NSW)), 166-78.
  • Hanes, Christopher, ‘Immigrants relative rate of wage growth in the late nineteenth century’, Explorations in Economic History, 33:1, 35-64.
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  • Kelleher, Mary Clare, Serfs, subjects and citizens: the Banko family in Ireland and Australia (Malvern East (VIC).
  • Kelly, Charles, ‘Irish-Scottish links’, Irish Family History, 12, 9-15.
  • Kennedy, Billy, The Scots-Irish in the Shenandoah valley (Belfast).
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