Ph.D. University of Arizona, 2001. "A forgotten 'Greater Ireland': the transatlantic development of Irish nationalism, 1848-1882." Advisor: Sallie A. Marston.
M.Phil. University College Cork, 1996. "The concept of landscape and its use in articulating and narrating an Irish national identity, 1895-1901." Advisor W.J. Smyth.
Scholarly Articles, Book Chapters, Reviews...
(2009) 'By a thousand ingenious feminine devices’: The Ladies’ Land League and the development of Irish nationalism, Historical Geography.
(2008) Countering exclusion: the 'St. Pats for All' parade, Gender, Place and Culture, 15(2), pp. 153-167.
(2008) Parading possibility: 'St. Pats for All' and the re-imagining of Irishness, in D. McNamara, Which Direction Ireland? (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
(2005) Absence makes the heart grow fonder: transatlantic Irish nationalism and the 1867 Rising, Social and Cultural Geography, 16(3), pp.439-454.
(2004) Pleasure zones: bodies, cities, spaces, by David Bell et al, (Review) Gender, Place and Culture, 11(1), pp. 158-159.
(2003) The handbook of cultural geography, by Kay Anderson et al. (Review) Space and Polity, 7(3), pp. 314-316.
(2002) A forgotten 'Greater Ireland': the transatlantic development of Irish Nationalism, Scottish Geographical Journal, 118(3), pp.219-234.
& forthcoming (in some shape or another!)
- 'Beyond the limits of the American eagle': Frederick Douglass, Ireland, and the realization of freedom.
- 'Under Protecting WIng': Frederick Douglass, the 'Cambria Riot' and the ship as a form of heterotopia.
- Territorializing citizenship - Fenianism and the assertion of the doctrine of Indefeasible allegiance.
- The devil's atlas: dystopic toponymy of the continental United States (co-authored with Duane Griffin, Bucknell University)
- Irish Atlantic Contested Abolitionist Geographies (co-authored with Dr. David Featherstone, University of Glasgow, UK)