2014-2008

2014 

  • Bric, Maurice J., ‘Ireland and the Atlantic World, 1690-1840’ in Alvin Jackson (ed), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish history(Oxford), 462-478.
  • Cagigal, Ekain, ‘McGrath’s arrival to Wexford in the late seventeenth century: a combined analysis from Irish and Basque sources’, Irish Genealogist, 14:1, 6-12.
  • Canny, Nicholas P., ‘Ireland and Continental Europe, c.1600-1750’ in Alvin Jackson (ed), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish history(Oxford), 333-355.
  • Connolly, Mary Beth Fraser, Women of Faith: The Chicago Sisters of Mercy and the evolution of a religious community(New York).
  • Corporaal, Marguérite & Jason King, ‘Irish global migration and memory: transnational perspectives of Ireland’s Famine exodus’, Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 11:3, 301-320.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Migration and Diaspora’, in Alvin Jackson (ed), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish history(Oxford), 126-147.
  • Deyrup, Marta Mestrovic & Maura Grace Harrington (eds), The Irish-American experience in New Jersey and metropolitan New York: cultural identity, hybridity, and commemoration(Lanham).
  • Etchart, Joana, ‘Famine-induced emigration to British towns, the example of Liverpool’ in Yann Bévant (ed), La grande famine en Irlande: 1845-1850, histoire et representation d’un désastre humanitaire(Rennes), 89-102.
  • Hall, Dianne, “Now him white man’: Images of the Irish in colonial Australia’, Australian Historical Association, 11:2, 167-195.
  • Hazley, Barry, ‘Ambivalent Horizons: Competing Narratives of Self in Irish Women’s Memories of Pre-Marriage Years in Post-War England’, 20thCentury British History, 25:2, 276-304.
  • Horn, Gerard, ‘Ulster Protestants in New Zealand: A Bibliographic Essay’, Immigrants & Minorities, 32:3, 315-342.
  • Howe, Stephen, ‘Colonised and Colonisers: Ireland in the British empire’ in Alvin Jackson (ed), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish history(Oxford), 65-82.
  • Kehoe, S. Karly, ‘Border crossings: being Irish in nineteenth-century Scotland and Canada’ in D.A.J. MacPherson & Mary J. Hickman (eds), Women and Irish diaspora identities: theories, concepts and new perspectives(Manchester), 152-167.
  • Killick, John, ‘Transatlantic steerage fares, British and Irish migration, and return migration, 1815-60’, Economic History Review, 67:1, 170-191.
  • Lunney, Linde, ‘Aghadowey, Rev. James McGregor and the 1718 Emigration: Local causes, Local effects’, Familia, 30.
  • Lynn, Shane, ‘Osmond Esmonde’s dominion odyssey: Irish nationalism in the British empire, 1920-21’, Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, 14.
  • MacPherson, D.A.J., ‘Irish Protestant women and diaspora: Orangewomen in Canada, c.1890-1930’ in D.A.J. MacPherson & Mary J. Hickman (eds), Women and Irish diaspora identities: theories, concepts and new perspectives(Manchester), 168-185.
  • MacRaild, Donald M., ‘Emigration, 1800-1920’ in in Alvin Jackson (ed), The Oxford handbook of modern Irish history(Oxford), 562-581.
  • Mark-Fitzgerald, Emily, ‘Famine memory and the gathering of stones: genealogies of belonging’, Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 11:3, 419-435.
  • McDaid, Ailbhe, “Sure we export all our best stuff’: Changing Representation of Emigration in Irish Television Advertising’, Nordic Irish Studies, 13:1, 41-56.
  • Nititham, Diane Sabenacio & Rebecca Boyd (eds), Heritage, diaspora and the consumption of culture: movements in Irish landscapes (Farnham).
  • Ó Ciardha, Éamonn, ‘Jacobite Jail-Breakers, Jail-Birds: The Irish Fugitive and Prisoner in the Early Modern Period’, Immigrants & Minorities, 32:1, 9-37.
  • Ó Gráda, Cormac, ‘Irish immigration then and now’ in Francesca Angela Fauri (ed), The history of migration in Europe: perspectives from economics, politics and sociology(London), 154-172.
  • Peyronel, Valérie, ‘Emigrating to North America during the Great Hunger: socio-economic perspectives’ in Yann Bévant (ed), La grande famine en Irlande: 1845-1850, histoire et representation d’un désastre humanitaire(Rennes), 69-88.
  • Pooley. Colin G., ‘Migrants and the Media in Nineteenth-Century Liverpool’, Local Population Studies, 92, 24-37.
  • Power, Gerald & Ondrej Pilny, Ireland and the Czech lands: contacts and comparisons in history and culture(Bern).
  • Roddy, Sarah, Population, providence and empire: the churches and emigration from nineteenth-century Ireland(Manchester).
  • Rushen, Elizbaeth, Colonial duchesses: the migration of Irish women to New South Wales before the great famine(Victoria).
  • Talbott, Siobhan, “Such unjustificable practices’? Irish trade, settlement, and society in France, 1688-1715’, Economic History Review, 67:2, 556-577.
  • Troupe, Shelley, ‘When Druid went to jail: returned migrants, Irish prisoners, and Tom Murphy’s Conversations of a Homecoming,Irish Studies Review, 22:2, 224-237.
  • Walter, Bronwen, ‘Placing Irish women within and beyond the British Empire: contexts and comparisons’ in D.A.J. MacPherson & Mary J. Hickman (eds), Women and Irish diaspora identities: theories, concepts and new perspectives(Manchester), 133-151.
  • Wilk, Gavin, “No hope for him unless he can be got out of the country’: Disabled Irish republicans in America, 1922-1935’, New Hibernia Review, 18:1, 106-119.
  • Young, Brian J., Patrician Families and the Making of Quebec: The Taschereaus and McCords(Montreal).

2013 

  • Aspinwall, Bernard, ‘The Catholic Minority Experience in Scotland: the Poorhouse View, 1850-1914’, Immigrants & Minorities, 31:2, 127-145.
  • Bailey, Craig Allen, Irish London: middle-class migration in the global eighteenth century(Liverpool).
  • Bankhurst, Benjamin, Ulster Presbyterians and the Scots Irish diaspora, 1750-1764(Basingstoke).
  • Bielenberg, Andy, ‘Exodus: The emigration of southern Irish Protestants during the Irish War of Independence and the Civil War’, Past & Present, 218:1, 199-233.
  • Brehony, Margaret, ‘Free labour and ‘whitening’ the nation: Irish migrants in colonial Cuba’, Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 38, 7-18.
  • Breathnach, Ciara, ‘Irish Catholic Identity in 1870s Otago, New Zealand’, Immigrants & Minorities, 31:1, 1-26.
  • Bush, Jonathan, Papists” and prejudice: popular anti-Catholicism and Anglo-Irish conflict in the north east of England, 1845-70(Newcastle upon Tyne).
  • Cox, Catherine, Hilary Marland & Sarah York, ‘Itineraries and experiences of insanity: Irish migration and the management of mental illness in nineteenth-century Lancashire’ in Catherine Cox & Hilary Marland (eds), Migration, health and ethnicity in the modern world(New York), 36-60.
  • Duffy, Jennifer Nugent, Who’s your Paddy?: racial expectations and the struggle for Irish American identity(New York).
  • Ebest, Sally Barr, The Banshees: A Literary History of Irish American Women Writers (Syracuse).
  • Ewart, Henrietta, ‘Protecting the honour of the daughters of Eire: welfare policy for Irish female migrants to England, 1940-70’, Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 71-84.
  • Fitzpatrick, David, ‘Protestant depopulation and the Irish Revolution’, Irish Historical Studies, 152, 643-670.
  • Garaty, Janice, Providence provides: Brigidine Sisters in the New South Wales province (Sydney).
  • Geary, Laurence M., ‘’The Noblest Offering that Nation Ever made to Nation’: American Philanthropy and the Great Famine in Ireland’, Éire-Ireland, 48:3, 103-128.
  • Giemza, Bryan Albin, Rethinking the Irish in the American South: beyond rounders and reelers (Mississippi).
  • Gilmartin, Mary, ‘Changing Ireland, 2000-2012: immigration, emigration and inequality’, Irish Geography, 46:1-2, 91-111.
  • Gleeson, David, The Green and the Gray: The Irish in the Confederate States in America (Chapel Hill, NC)
  • Horner, Dan, “If the evil now growing around us be not staid’: Montreal and Liverpool Confront the Irish Famine Migration as a Transnational Crisis in Urban Governance’, Histoire sociale, 46:92, 349-366.
  • Horning, Audrey J., Ireland in the Virginian sea: colonialism in the British Atlantic(Chapel Hill).
  • Jenkins, William, Between Raid and Rebellion: The Irish in Buffalo and Toronto, 1867-1916(Montreal).
  • Kenefick, William, ‘The Jews and Irish in Modern Scotland: Anti-Semitism, Sectarianism and Social Mobility’, Immigrants & Minorities, 31:2, 189-213.
  • Kenna, Shane, War in the Shadows: The Irish-American Fenians who Bombed Victorian Britain(Dublin).
  • Keough, Willeen G., ‘Unpacking the discursive Irish women immigrant in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Newfoundland’, Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 55-70.
  • King, Jason, ‘Sensibility, Nostalgic Melancholy and the Construction of Trans-National Identity: Romantic Era Irish and Scottish Emigration Narratives’ in Paddy Lyons, Willy Maley & John Miller (eds), Romantic Ireland: from Tone to Gonne; fresh perspectives on nineteenth-century Ireland(Newcastle upon Tyne), 203-213.
  • Lally, Stephen, The leaving of Loughrea: an Irish family in the Great Famine(Bloomington, IN).
  • Lambkin, Brian, Patrick Fitzgerald & Johanne Devlin Trew, ‘Migration in Belfast history: trajectories, letters, voices’ in Olwen Purdue (ed), Belfast: the emerging city, 1850-1914(Dublin), 235-269.
  • Lunney, Linde, ‘Home and Leaving Home in Eighteenth Century Ireland’, Familia, 29.
  • Mac Lellan, Anne, ‘Victim or Vector? Tubercular Irish Nurses in England, 1930-1960’ in Catherine Cox & Hilary Marland (eds), Migration, health and ethnicity in the modern world(New York), 104-125.
  • MacRaild, Donald M. & Malcolm Smith, ‘Migration and Emigration, 160—1945’ in Liam Kennedy & Philip Ollerenshaw (eds), Ulster since 1600: politics, economy, and society(Oxford), 140-159.
  • Mark-Fitzgerald, Emily, Commemorating the Irish Famine: Memory and the Monument(Liverpool).
  • McWilliams, Ellen, ‘Avenging ‘Bridget’: Irish domestic servants and middle-class America in the short stories of Maeve Brennan’, Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 99-113.
  • McWilliams, Ellen & Bronwen Walter, ‘New perspectives on women and the Irish diaspora’,Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 1-5.
  • Miles, Kathryn, All standing: the true story of hunger, rebellion and survival abroad the Jeanie Johnston(New York).
  • Miles, William R., ‘Irish Soldiers, Pensions and Imperial Migration during the Early Nineteenth Century’, Britain and the World, 6:2, 243-257.
  • O’Brien, Sean Michael, Irish Americans in the Confederate Army(Jefferson, NC).
  • O’Hara, Aidan,Atlantic Gaels: links between Donegal and The Hebrides(Kershader).
  • Roddy, Sarah, ‘Spiritual imperialism and the mission of the Irish race: the Catholic Church and emigration from nineteenth-century Ireland’, Irish Historical Studies, 152, 600-619.
  • Ryan, Louise, ‘Compare and contrast: understanding Irish migration to Britain in a wider context’, Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 6-19.
  • Schofield, Ann, ‘The Returned Yank as Site of Memory in Irish Popular Culture’, Journal of American Studies, 47:4, 1175-1195.
  • Sherling, Rankin S., ‘A Fine Old Tune in a Different Key: Problems and Progress in the Study of the ‘Scotch-Irish’ in Ireland and America’, Familia, 29.
  • Sherling, Rankin, ‘Selective remembrance: Scottish sensibilities and forgotten Irish contributions to reformed Presbyterianism in America’, Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 11:2, 158-176.
  • Trew, Johanne Devlin, Leaving the north: migration and memory, Northern Ireland, 1921-2011(Liverpool).
  • Vaughan, Géraldine, The ‘Local’ Irish in the West of Scotland, 1851-1921(Basingstoke).
  • Walter, Bronwen, ‘Personal lives: narrative accounts of Irish women in the diaspora’, Irish Studies Review, 21:1, 37-54.

2012 

  • Abrams, Lesley, ‘Diaspora and identity in the Viking Age’, Early Medieval Europe, 20:1, 17-38.
  • Anbinder, Tyler, ‘Moving beyond “Rags to Riches”: New York’s Irish Famine immigrants and their surprising savings account’, Journal of American History, 99:3, 741-770.
  • Bankhurst, Benjamin, ‘Early Irish America and its Enemies: Ethnic Identity Formation in the Era of the Revolution, 1760-1820’, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 5:2, 17-37.
  • Brehony, Margaret, ‘Irish Free Labor and the Abolition of Slavery in Cuba, 1835-1844’, Éire-Ireland, 47:1&2, 70-93.
  • Crosbie, Barry, Irish imperial networks: migration, social communication and exchange in nineteenth-century India(Cambridge).
  • Browley, John, William J. Smyth & Michael Murphy, Atlas of the great Irish famine(Cork).
  • Fahey, John H., ‘James Irwin: Irish immigrant agent, New York City, 1846-1858’, New York History, 93:3, 219-245.
  • Foster, Gavin, “No ‘Wild Geese; this time’?: IRA emigration after the Irish Civil War’,Éire-Ireland, 47:1&2, 94-122.
  • Griffin, Hugh, John Joseph Griffin: the life and times of an Irish emigrant(Basingstoke).
  • Harte, Liam, “A Map with Places Missing’: Memory, Imagination and the Migrant Autobiographer’, The Irish Review, 44, 118-125.
  • Hickman, Mary K., ‘Diaspora space and national (re)formations’, Éire-Ireland, 47:1&2, 19-44.
  • Hofstra, Warren R., Ulster to America: the Scots-Irish migration experience, 1680-1830(Knoxville, TN).
  • Ireland, Patrick R., ‘Irish Protestant migration and politics in the USA, Canada, and Australia: a debated legacy’, Irish Studies Review, 20:3, 263-281.
  • Jones, Greta, “A Mysterious Discrimination’: Irish Medical Emigration to the United States in the 1950s’, Social History of Medicine, 25:1, 139-156.
  • Jupp, James, ‘The Irish diaspora – was it different?’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne), 86-97.
  • Keljik, Jonathan, ‘Canadians’ Consternation: Irish Immigration, Competition, and Canada’s Relationship to the United States and the British Empire in the 1840s’, 49thParallel, 27, 1-20.
  • Kelly, Laura, ‘Migration and medical education: Irish medical students at the University of Glasgow, 1859-1900’, Irish Economic and Social History, 39, 39-55.
  • King, Jason, ‘Remembering and Forgetting the Famine Irish in Quebec: Genuine and False Memoirs, Communal Memory and Migration’, The Irish Review, 44, 20-41.
  • Leach, Daniel, ‘’Breton Sinn Feiners’: Breton Nationalists and Ireland, 1911-48’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne), 161-169.
  • Mac Éinrí, Piaras & Tina O’Toole, ‘Editors’ Introduction: New Approaches to Irish Migration’, Éire-Ireland, 47:1&2, 5-18.
  • MacPherson, D.A.J., ‘Migration and the Female Orange Order: Irish Protestant Identity, Diaspora and Empire in Scotland, 1909-40’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 40:4, 619-642.
  • Madden, Ed, ‘Queering the Irish DiasporaL David Rees and Padraig Rooney’, Éire-Ireland, 47:1&2, 172-200.
  • Malcolm, Elizabeth, ‘Mental Health and Migration: The Case of the Irish, 1850s-1990s’ in Angela McCarthy & Catharine Coleborne (eds), Migration, ethnicity, and mental health: international perspectives, 1840-2010, 15-38.
  • Malcolm, Elizabeth, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland Down Under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne).
  • Mannion, John, ‘Colonial beginnings: Lord Baltimore’s Irish experience’ in Patrick J. Duffy & William Nolan (eds), At the anvil: essays in honour of William J. Smyth(Dublin), 151-185.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘Transnational ties to home: Irish migrants in New Zealand asylums, 1860-1926’ in P. M. Prior (ed), Asylums, mental health care and the Irish: Historical studies, 1800-2010(Dublin), 149-166.
  • McDowell, Matthew, ‘Football, Migration and Industrial Patronage in the West of Scotland, c.1870-1900’, Sport in History, 32:3 , 405-425.
  • Miller, David W., ‘Searching for a New World: The Background and Baggage of Scots-Irish Immigrants’ in Warren R. Hofstra (ed), Ulster to America: The Scots-Irish Migration Experience, 1680-1830 (Knoxville), 1-24.
  • Murray, Tim, ‘Building an archaeology of nineteenth-century Irish migration to Australia’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne), 183-195.
  • Murray, Tony, London Irish fictions: narrative, diaspora and identity(Liverpool).
  • Noone, Val, Hidden Ireland in Victoria (Ballarat (VIC)).
  • Noone, Val, ‘Sunburnt Gaelic: hobby, dream or cultural lifeline?’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne).
  • Ó Catháin, Máirtín, Conamara agus Boston: tríocha bliain anon is anall: Connemara and Boston: three decades back and forth(Conamara).
  • Pérez, Pablo A.., ‘Roster and genealogy of emigrants from Ireland in Chiloé (1700-1900)’, Irish Genealogist, 13:3, 225-237.
  • Proudfoot, Lindsay J., ‘Myths, diasporas, and empire: being Irish in the Antipodes in the nineteenth century’ in Patrick J. Duffy & William Nolan (eds), At the anvil: essays in honour of William J. Smyth(Dublin), 353-369.
  • Rule, Pauline, ‘Francis Healy (1834-1926), businessman and charity worker: another kind of Irish immigrant’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010(Melbourne).
  • Sheridan, Louise, ‘More than One Story to Tell: Exploring Twentieth-Century Migration to Northampton, England, in Memoir and Oral Narratives’, The Irish Review, 44, 89-103.
  • Smith, Graeme, ‘Music, Celticity and national identity in Australia’ in Elizabeth Malcolm, Philip Bull & Frances Devlin-Glass (eds), Ireland down under: Melbourne Irish studies seminars, 2001-2010 (Melbourne).
  • Whelan, Edward, ‘The guilds of Dublin and immigrants in the seventeenth century: The defence of privilege in an age of change’, Irish Economic and Social History, 39, 26-38.
  • Wrights, John, Undaunted: the Irish in Australia(Dublin).

2011 

  • Akenson, Donald Harman, Ireland, Sweden and the Great European Migration: 1815-1914(Liverpool).
  • Belchem, John, ‘Patterns of Mobility: Irish and Polish Migration in Comparative Historical Perspective’ in Sabine Egger & John McDonagh (eds), Polish-Irish encounters in the old and new Europe(Oxford), 3-18.
  • Block, Kristen & Jenny Shaw, ‘Subjects without an Empire: The Irish in the Early Modern Caribbean’, Past & Present, 210, 33-60.
  • Boyle, Mark, Metropolitan anxieties: on the meaning of the Irish Catholic adventure in Scotland(Farnham).
  • Breathnach, Ciara, ‘Even ‘Wilder Workhouse Girls’: The Problem of Institutionalisation among Irish Immigrants to New Zealand 1874’, Journla of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39:5, 771-794.
  • Brown, Richard, Famine, Fenians and freedom, 1840-1882(Southampton).
  • Colahan, Clark A., ‘William Colahan: a Galway sea captain in California and his descendants’, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 63, 123-132.
  • Cooper-Owens, Deirdre, ‘Perfecting the Degraded Body: Slavery, Irish-Immigration, and American Gynecology’ in Anthony McElligott, Liam Chambers, Ciara Breathnach & Catherine Lawless (eds), Power in History: From the Medieval to the Modern World(Dublin), 167-184.
  • Corporaal, Marguérite, ‘Rites of passage: The coffin ship as a site of immigrants’ identity formation in Irish and Irish American fiction, 1855-85’, Atlantic Studies: literary, cultural and historical perspectives, 8:3, 343-359.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Our Island Story? Towards a Transnational History of Late Modern Ireland’, Irish Historical Studies, 37, 599-621.
  • Dolan, Anne, “It is not possible for this history to be truthful…” in Katie Holmes & Stuart Ward (eds), Exhuming passions: the pressure of the past in Ireland and Australia(Dublin), 19-36.
  • Fannin, Samuel, ‘Documents of Irish interest in Archivo de la Diputacíon Foral de Bizkaia (Bilbao)’, Achivium Hibernicum, 64, 170-193.
  • Grene, Nicholas, Nothing quite like it: an American-Irish childhood(Bantry).
  • Holmes, Katie & Stuart Ward (eds), Exhuming passions: the pressure of the past in Ireland and Australia(Dublin).
  • Hume, David, Eagle’s wings: the journey of the Ulster Scots and Scotch-Irish(Co. Down).
  • MacRaild, Donald M., The Irish diaspora in Britain, 1750-1939(Basingstoke).
  • McCarthy, Angela, Scottishness and Irishness in New Zealand since 1840(Manchester).
  • McIntyre, Perry, Free passage: the reunion of Irish convicts and their families in Australia, 1788-1852(Dublin).
  • Phalen, William J., American Evangelical Protestantism and European immigrants, 1800-1924(Jefferson, NC).
  • Reid, Kirsty, ‘Ocean funerals: the sea and Victorian cultures of death’, Journal of Maritime Research, 13:1, 37-54.
  • Reid, Richard E., Farewell My Children: Irish Assisted Emigration to Australia 1848-1870 (Spit Junction (NSW)).

2010 

  • Belchem, John, ‘Hub and Diaspora: Liverpool and Transnational Labour’, Labour History Review, 75:1, 20-29.
  • Brighton, Stephen A., ‘The material manifestations of 19th-century Irish America’ in James Symonds (ed), Table settings: the material culture and social context of dining, AD 1700-1900(Oxford), 112-124.
  • Brophy, Thomas J., ‘Rivalry between Irish Associations in San Francisco over the Second Funeral of Terence Bellew McManus, 1861’ in Jennifer Kelly & R.V. Comerford (eds), Associational Culture in Ireland and Abroad(Dublin), 67-84.
  • Delaney, Enda, ‘Narratives of exile and displacement: Irish Catholic emigrants and the national past, 1850-1914’ in Terence A.M. Dooley (ed), Ireland’s polemical past: views of Irish history in honour of R.V. Comerford(Dublin), 102-122.
  • Emmons, David M., Beyond the American Pale: The Irish in the West, 1845-1910(Norman, OK).
  • Feerick, Jean E., Strangers in blood: relocating race in the Renaissance(Toronto).
  • Fitzgerald, Patrick, ‘The flights of the earls and the origins of modern diasporas’ in David Finnegan, Éamonn Ó Ciardha & Marie-Claire Peters (eds), The flight of the earls(Derry).
  • Gleeson, David T. (ed), The Irish in the Atlantic world(Columbia, SC)
  • Horn, Gerard & Tanja Bueltmann, ‘Emigration and Ethnic Associational Culture in a Colonial Capital: A Comparative Study of Wellington’s Irish Protestant and Scottish Immigrant Communities to 1910’ in Jennifer Kelly & R.V. Comerford (eds), Associational culture in Ireland and the wider world(Dublin), 85-104.
  • Hutchinson, John, ‘Diaspora Dilemmas and Shifting Allegiances: The Irish in London between Nationalism, Catholicism and Laborism (1900-22)’, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 10:1, 107-125.
  • Jones, Greta, “Strike out Boldly for the Prizes that are Available to You’: Medical Emigration from Ireland 1860-1905’, Medical History, 54:1, 55-74.
  • Kelly, Jennifer & R.V. Comerford (eds), Associational Culture in Ireland and Abroad(Dublin).
  • Lambert, David E., The Protestant international and the Huguenot migration to Virginia(New York).
  • Lynch, Gay, Apocryphal and literary influences on Galway diasporic history(Newcastle).
  • MacMaster, Richard K., ‘From Ulster to the Carolinas: John Torrans, John Greg, John Poug, and Bounty emigration, 1761-1768’ in David T. Gleeson (ed), The Irish in the Atlantic world(Columbia, SC), 251-274.
  • Magee, Paula, ‘Irish and Scottish child migrants at Pinjarra: maintaining a Celtic identity’ in Pamela O’Neill (ed), Celts in legend and reality: papers from the sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies(Sydney), 379-401.
  • Markey, Anne, ‘The English governess, her wild Irish pupil, and her wandering daughter: Migration and maternal absence in Georgian children’s fiction’, Eighteenth-century Ireland, 25, 161-176.
  • McCarthy, Angela, ‘Language and accent among Irish migrants in New Zealand’, Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, 10, 37-54.
  • McClaughlin, Trevor, Stephanie James and Simon O’Reilley, ‘Migration to Australia mid-nineteenth century: emigration from the Shirley Estate at the time of the Famine’, Clogher Record, 20:2, 287-334.
  • O’Brien, Matthew K., ‘The slump and new frontiers: Irish-Catholic migration to interwar Britain’ in Michael De Nie & Sean Farrell (eds), Power and popular culture in modern Ireland:essays in honour of James S. Donnelly Jr(Dublin), 193-213.
  • Ó Ciosáin, Éamon, ‘Hidden by 1688 and after: Irish Catholic migration to France, 1590-1685’ in David Worthington (ed), British and Irish emigrants and exiles in Europe, 1603-1688(Leiden)
  • O’Scea, Ciaran, ‘The financial cost of Irish immigration to Castile and Galicia (1601-11) in Igor Pérez Tostado (ed), Irlanda y el Atlántico Ibérico: movilidad, participación e intercambio cultural, 1580-1823(Valencia), 95-110.
  • Patteson, Brad, “A class equal to any for making prosperous colonists…’: Ulster Protestant migrants in the Antipodes’ in Pamela O’Neill (ed), Celts in legend and reality: papers from the sixth Australian Conference of Celtic Studies(Sydney), 415-444.
  • Power, Orla, ‘The “quadripartite concern’ of St Croix: an Irish Catholic experiment in the Danish West Indies’ in David T. Gleeson (ed), The Irish in the Atlantic world(Columbia, SC), 213-228.
  • Quinn, E. Moore, “She must have come sterrage’: The Great Famine in New England Folk Memory’ in David A. Valone (ed), Ireland’s great hunger. Volume 2: Relief, representation, and remembrance(Lanham, MD), 161-180.
  • Roddy, Sarah, “The emigrants’ friend’? Guides for Irish emigrants by clergymen, c.1830-82’ in Ciara Breathnach & Catherine Lawless (eds), Visual, material & print culture in nineteenth-century Ireland(Dublin), 247-256.
  • Rohrer, S. Scott, Wandering souls: Protestant migrations in America, 1630-1865(Chapel Hill, NC).
  • Roulston, William J., Three Centuries of Life in a Tyrone Parish: A History of Donagheady from 1600 to 1900 (Letterkenny).
  • Taylor, Alan, The civil war of 1812: American citizens, British subjects, Irish rebels, & Indian allies(New York).
  • Teixeira, Pedro O’Neill, ‘The Lisbon Irish in the 18thcentury’ in Igor Pérez Tostado (ed), Irlanda y el Atlántico Ibérico: movilidad, participación e intercambio cultural, 1580-1823(Valencia), 253-266.
  • Yeo, Eileen Janes, ‘Gender and homeland in the Irish and Jewish diasporas, 1850-1930’ in Marlou Schrover & Eileen Janes Yeo (eds), Gender, Migration, and the Public Sphere, 1850-2005(New York), 14-37.

2009 

  • Bairner, Alan, ‘Irish Australians, postcolonialism and the English game’, Sport in Society, 12:4-5, 482-95.
  • Bender, Jill C., ‘The Irish Sepoy press: Irish nationalism and anti-British agitation during the 1857 Indian rebellion’ in Brad Patterson & Kathryn Patterson (eds), Ireland and the Irish Antipodes: One World or Worlds Apart? Papers Delivered at the 16th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, 9-12 July 2009 (Sydney), 241-51.
  • Bhavsar, Vishal & Dinesh Bhugra, ‘Bethlem’s Irish: migration and distress in nineteenth-century London’, History of Psychiatry, 20:2, 184-198.
  • Blain, Angeline Kearns, I used to be Irish: leaving Ireland, becoming American(Dublin).
  • Breeze, Andrew, ‘The Norse-Irish and Antrobus, Cheshire’, Northern History, 46:1, 141-42.
  • Brighton, Stephen A., Historical archaeology of the Irish diaspora: a transnational approach(Knoxville).
  • Brooking, Tom, “Green Scots and Golden Irish’: The Environmental Impact of Scottish and Irish Settlers in New Zealand – Some Preliminary Ruminations’, Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 3:1, 41-59.
  • Cohn, Raymond L., Mass migration under sail: European immigration to the antebellum United States(Cambridge, 2009).
  • Conlon, Deidre, “Germs’ in the heart of the other: emigrant scripts, the Celtic Tiger and lived realities of return’, Irish Geography, 42:1, 101-17.
  • Corbally, John, ‘The Jarring Irish: Postwar Immigration to the Heart of Empire’, Radical History Review, 104, 103-25.
  • Duguay, Geneviève, ‘Echoes of tragedy: Grosse-Île, summer of 1847’ in Audrey Horning & Nick Brannon (eds), Ireland and Britain in the Atlantic world.
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