ARTICLES & BOOKS

  • Ireland's Hope: The "peculiar theories" of James Fintan Lalor (Wilmington, Del, 2020)

  • ‘Alfred E. Smith and the Americanization of the Catholic Church’, U.S. Catholic Historian, 34/4, Fall 2016, pp 1-23.

  • ‘Champion of the Gaeilgeoirí: John Charles McQuaid and the Irish-language Mass’, Irish Historical Studies, 40/157, May 2016, pp 110-30.

  • Faithful Servant: A Memoir of Brian Cleeve (Raleigh, NC, 2007)

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • 'The "peculiar theories" of James Fintan Lalor', presented at the Irish Studies Seminar, Queen's University Belfast (Oct 2020)
  • ‘James Fintan Lalor: Radical visionary or failed revolutionary’, presented at the Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland Conference, KU Leuven, Belgium (Jun 2017)
  • ‘“Wild and visionary” – James Fintan Lalor’s ideas on land reform’, presented at the Seminar in Irish History, Hertford College, Oxford University (May 2017)

  • ‘James Fintan Lalor’s “peculiar theories on the land question”’, presented at the Irish History Students’ Association Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin (Feb 2017)

  • ‘Irish economic thought before independence, 1891-1922’, presented at St. Antony’s Graduate Research Conference, Oxford University (May 2016)

  • ‘In what language should we pray? The unexpected consequences of the Second Vatican Council’s Decree on the Sacred Liturgy’, presented at the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (ISASR) Annual Conference, University College Dublin (Apr 2013)

  • ‘Obtaining customer feedback and putting it into action’, presented at the Institute for International Research Conference, New York (Dec 1995)

 


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