Journal articles

‘”strange architecture”: Ciaran Carson’s Until Before After’, Irish University Review, 43:2 (2013), 381-397

‘Gargarin’s Point of View: Memory and Space in Recent Northern Irish Art’, The Irish Review, 40-41 (2009), 104-113

‘Luxury, Peace and Photography in Northern Ireland’, Visual Culture in Britain, 10: 2 (2009), 139-154

‘Hireling Strangers and the Wandering Throne: Ireland, Scotland and Samuel Ferguson’, Estudios Irlandeses, 4 (2009), 21-31 [online pdf here]

‘Dallas, Belfast: Sarah Browne and Gareth Kennedy Interviewed by Colin Graham’, The Irish Review, 39 (2008), 70-77

‘“Every Passer-by a Culprit?”: Archive Fever, Photography and the Peace in Belfast’, Third Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture,  76 [19:5] (2005), 567-580

‘Moderation, the Post-Colonial and the Radical Voice’, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 7:2 (2001), 43- 54

‘ “Blame it on Maureen O’Hara”: Ireland and the Trope of Authenticity’, Cultural Studies: Special Issue ‘Ireland and Cultural Theory’, 15:1 (January 2001), 58 – 75

‘Epic, Nation and Empire: Notes Towards a Bakhtinian Critique’, Bucknell Review: ‘Bakhtin and the Nation’, edited by The San Diego Bakhtin Circle, 42: 2 (2000), 84-100

‘Subalternity and Gender: Problems of Post-Colonial Irishness’, Journal of Gender Studies: Special Issue: Gender and Post-colonialism, 5:3 (1996), 363-373

‘Post-Colonial Theory and Kiberd’s “Ireland”’, The Irish Review, 19 (Spring/Summer 1996), 62-67

‘History, Gender and the Colonial Moment: Castle Rackrent’, Irish Studies Review, 14 (Spring 1996), 21-24

‘Rejoinder: The Irish ‘Post-’?: A Reply to Gerry Smyth’, Irish Studies Review, 13 (Winter 1995/6), 33-36  (see Gerry Smyth, ‘The Post, the Past and the Utterly Changed: Intellectual Responsibility and Irish Cultural Criticism’, Irish Studies Review, 10 which discusses my previous ‘Post-Nationalism/PostColonialism: Reading Irish Culture’).

‘Liminal Spaces: Post-Colonial Theory and Irish Culture’, The Irish Review, 16 (1995), 29-43

‘Post-Nationalism/Post-Colonialism: Reading Irish Culture’, Irish Studies Review, 8 (1994), 35-37

‘Hopkins, Yeats and the Death of Samuel Ferguson’, Notes and Queries, 238: 4 (December 1993), 493-494

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