Eugene O'Brien (2012) ‘The Years of the French: The French Revolution as a Spatio-Temporal Event’, in Franco-Irish Connections in Space and Time: Peregrinations and Ruminations, edited by Eamon Maher and Catherine Maignant, Oxford: Peter Lang, pages 93-116
Eugene O'Brien (2012) ‘Mobile Technology and the Actuvirtual/Artifactual Subject’, in Otherness: A Multicultural Perspective, edited by Susan Yi Sencindiver, Maria Beville and Marie Lauritzen, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pages 261-280
Eugene O'Brien (2012) ‘The Python and the Gazelle – Revolt, Revolution and the Rebels: The Cork Hurling Saga as Paradigmatic of the Epistemology of Revolution’, in War of the Words: Literary Rebellion in France and Ireland, edited by Yann Bévant, Anne Goarzin and Grace Neville, Tir: Publication du CRBC Rennes 2, Université Européenne de Bretagne, pages 97-114.
Maria Beville (2012) ‘Spectral Subjectivity in Gothic-postmodernism – A Theoretical Reading of Lunar Park’, in Gothic Bastards: Genre Innovation in Gothic Fiction, edited by Catherine Spooner and Fred Botting. Manchester University Press: Manchester, 5,550 words.
Maria Beville (2012) ‘Gothic Politics and the Mythology of the Vampire: Brendan Kennelly’s Postcolonial Inversions in “Cromwell: A Poem” ’ in The Postcolonial Vampire: Dark Blood, edited by Tabish Khair and Johan Hoglund, Palgrave: London, pages 153-172.
Maria Beville (2012) with Sara Dybris McQuaid, ‘Speaking of Silence: An Irish Studies Perspective’, in Nordic Irish Studies. Vol 12, pages 2-20.
Maria Beville (2012) ‘The Sounds of Silence: Samuel Beckett’s Gothic Modernism’, in Nordic Irish Studies. Vol. 11, pages 116-130.
Maria Beville (2012) ‘The Macabre on the Margins: A Study of the Fantastic Terrors of the Fin de Siècle’, in Text Matters. A Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture. Issue 2, 5950 words.
Eugene O’Brien (2011) ‘“Any Catholics among you...?”: Seamus Heaney and the Real of Catholicism’ in Breaking the Mould: Literary Representations of Irish Catholicism and Ireland, Reimagining Ireland: Contemporary Irish Studies Series, edited by Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien. Oxford: Peter Lang, pages 171-190.
Eugene O'Brien (2011) 'Messianism or Messianicity? Remembering Revolution and the Shaping of Irish nationalism', in Ireland at War and Peace, edited by Alison O'Malley-Younger and John Strachan, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, pages 12-26.
Eugene O’Brien (2011) ‘The Humanities of Tomorrow – Negotiating Globalisation and Secularisation’, in Issues of Globalisation and Secularisation in France and Ireland - Studies in Franco-Irish Relations Volume 3, edited by Yann Bévant, Eamon Maher, Grace Neville, and Eugene O’Brien. New York: Peter Lang, pages 270-291.
Maria Beville (2011) ‘In Pursuit of Alterity: The Labyrinth in Fiction as Other Space’, in Otherness – A Multi-lateral Perspective, edited by Susan Yi Sencindiver, Maria Beville and Marie Lauritzen, Peter Lang: Oxford, pages 121-137.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. J. (2011) ‘Spoken Grammar’, in Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language, edited by M. Celce-Murcia, D. M. Brinton, & M. A. Snow Boston: Heinle Cengage, pages
Anne O’Keeffe (2011) ‘The Media’, in The Routledge Handbook of Applied Linguistics, edited by J. Simpson, London: Routledge, pages 67-80.
Anne O’Keeffe and M. J. McCarthy (2011) ‘Competencies Explored and Exposed: Grammar, Lexis, Communication and the Notion of Levels’, in Basic Issues in EFL-Teaching and Learning, edited by T. Summer and M. Eisenmann, Heidelberg Universitätsverlag Winter, pages
Anne O’Keeffe (2011) ‘Vocabulary Instruction’ in The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Language Teaching, edited by A. Burns and J. Richards, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pages
Maria Beville (2010) ‘Figuring Phantasmagoria: The Tradition of the Fantastic in Irish Modernism’, in Irene Gilsenan, Ed. Nordic Irish Studies, Vol 10, pages 63-78.
Laing, K. & F. Binckes, (2010) ‘From “Wild Irish Girl” to “Parisianised Foreigner”: Hannah Lynch and France’, in War of the Words: Literary Rebellion in France and Ireland, edited by Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien, Publication du CRBC Rennes-2, TIR, pages 41-58.
Laing, K. & F. Binckes, (2010). A Vagabond’s Scrutiny: Hannah Lynch in Europe, in Irish Women Writers: Irish and European Contexts, edited by Elke d’Hoker, Raphaël Ingelbien and Hedwig Schwall, Oxford: Peter Lang, pages 111-131.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘“The boat had moved”: The Catholic Church, Conflations and the Need for Critique’, in The Dublin/Murphy Report: A Watershed for Irish Catholicism, edited by John Littleton and Eamon Maher. Dublin: The Columba Press, pages 90-101.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘Intellectual Imposters?– We Should be so Lucky!’, in Etudes Irlandaises, number 4, volume 2 Rennes: University of Rennes Press, pages 101-114.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘The Force of Law in Seamus Heaney’s Greek Translations’, in Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland, edited by Lisa Fitzpatrick. Dublin: Carysfort Press, pages 31-49.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘Telling the Truth – Slant’: Seamus Heaney’ in Companion to Irish Literature, Volume 2, edited by Julia Wright. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pages 281-295.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘The Body Politic: The Ethics of Responsibility and the Responsibility of Ethics’, in Interrogating Antigone: From Philosophy to Performance, edited by Steve Wilmer and Audrone Zukauskaite. Classics in Post-Colonial Worlds series. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pages 121-146.
Eugene O’Brien (2010) ‘A “third” Reading: James Joyce and Paul Howard and the Monstrous Aporia’, in Passages: Moments and Movements in Text and Theory, edited by Maria Beville, Maeve Tynan and Marita Ryan. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, pages 131-148.
Anne O’Keeffe and Walsh, S. (2010) ‘Investigating higher education seminar talk’, in Novitas-ROYAL (Research on Youth and Language). 4 (2), pages 141-158. Available at: http://novitasroyal.org/Vol_4_2/walsh_okeeffe.pdf.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. J. (2010) 'Historical perspective: what are corpora and how have they evolved?’, in The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, edited by A. O’Keeffe and M. J. McCarthy London: Routledge, pages 3-13.
John McDonagh (2009) ‘Scattered and diverse: Irish Poetry since 1900’ in Irish Literature Since 1900 – Diverse Voices, edited by Scott Brewster and Michael Parker Manchester: Manchester University Press, pages 121-142.
Eugene O’Brien (2009) ‘Globalisation, Technology and the Re-configuration of the Subject’, in Ireland and Globalisation: New Perspectives, edited by Eamon Maher. New York: Peter Lang, pages 67-92.
Eugene O’Brien (2009) ‘The Ethics of Irresponsibility’ in Irresponsibility: Essays on Literature and Ethics, edited by Daniel Jernigan, Neil Murphy, Brendan Quigley and Tamara Wagner. New York: Cambria Press, pages 35-60.
Eugene O’Brien (2009) ‘Tá Siad ag Teacht: Guinness as a Signifier of Irish Cultural Transformation’, in Ireland in Focus: Film, Photography and Popular Culture, edited by Eoin Flannery and Michael Griffin. New York: Syracuse, pages 161-190.
Eugene O’Brien (2009) ‘“There’s a lot more to ogres than people think”: Shrek as Ethical Fairy Tale’, in JOFIS: A Peer-Reviewed Journal of Franco-Irish Studies, “Encounters / La rencontre”, Number 1, Autumn, pages 157-170.
Anne O’Keefe and Amador Moreno, C. (2009) ‘The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English’, in Intercultural Pragmatics 6(4): pages 517-534.
Maria Beville (2008) ‘Passages in Time Traversed, Passages in Text Unwritten: Martin Amis’s Times Arrow’ in Passages – Movements and Moments in Text and Theory, edited by Maeve Tynan, Maria Beville and Marita Ryan, Cambridge Scholars Press: London, pages 19-33.
Maria Beville (2008) ‘Gothic ‘Un-representations’ of Terror in Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse 5’, in Erik Grayson, ed. Stirrings Still: International Journal of Existential Literature, Fall/ Winter. 4:1, pages 43-67.
John McDonagh (2008) ‘Entre Deux Mers: Strands and Colleges in Contemporary Irish Poetry’ in Modernity and Post-Modernity in a Franco-Irish Context – Studies in Franco-Irish Relations, Vol. 2, edited by Eugene O’Brien, Eamon Maher and Grace Neville Frankfurt, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pages 93-106.
Eugene O’Brien (2008) ‘The Return and Redefinition of the Repressed: The Construction of Female Identity in the Writings of James Joyce’, in Joyce, Imperialism and Postcolonialism, edited by Leonard Orr. New York: Syracuse University Press, pages 77-98.
Eugene O’Brien (2008) ‘Winterwood: A Portrait of the Artist as a Postmodernist Pariah’, in Modernity and Postmodernity in a Franco-Irish Context - Studies in Franco-Irish Relations Volume 2, edited by Grace Neville, Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien. New York: Peter Lang, pages 141-160.
Eugene O’Brien (2008) ‘Towards Justice to Come: Derrida, Deconstruction and Utopian Concepts of Justice’, in Exploring the Utopian Impulse: Essays on Utopian Thought and Practice, edited by Michael J. Griffin and Tom Moylan. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pages 43-56.
Eugene O’Brien (2008) ‘The Language of Empire and the Empire of Language: Joyce and the Return of the Postcolonial Repressed’, in Enemies of Empire: New Perspectives on Imperialism, Literature and History, edited by Eoin Flannery and Angus Mitchell. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pages 160-171.
Anne O’Keeffe and Adolphs, S. (2008) ‘Using a corpus to look at variational pragmatics: response tokens in British and Irish discourse’, in Variational Pragmatics, edited by K. P. Schneider, and A. Barron, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pages 69-98.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. J. (2008) ‘Corpora and the Study of Spoken Language’, in Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, edited by A, Ludeling, K. Merja and T. McEnery, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pages 1-16.
Anne O’Keeffe, McCarthy, M. J. & Walsh, S. (2008) ‘“…post-colonialism, multi-culturalism, structuralism, feminism, post-modernism and so on so forth” – vague language in academic discourse, a comparative analysis of form, function and context’, in Corpora and Discourse (SCL31), edited by R. Reppen and A. Ädels, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pages 9 – 29.
Maria Beville (2007) ‘Terror and the Gothic Sublime: Presenting the Unrepresentable’, in Fear, Horror and Terror, edited by Rob Fisher, ID Press: Oxford, Ebook, pages 25-39.
Maria Beville (2007) ‘The Gothic-postmodernist ‘Waste Land’ of Ellowen Deeowen: Salman Rushdie’s Nightmarish Visions of a Postmodern Metropolis’, in Nebula, A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, 4.1. March, pages 1-18.
John McDonagh (2007) ‘“Tore down a la Rimbaud”: Brendan Kennelly and the French Connection’ , in Reinventing Ireland Through a French Prism, edited by Eamon Maher, Eugene O’Brien and Grace Neville Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pages 181-195.
Eugene O’Brien (2007) ‘Vivre la Différ[a]ence: French and Irish Republicanism – Towards a Deconstructive Intertextual Critique’, in Reinventing Ireland through a French Prism: Studies in Franco-Irish Relations Volume 1, edited by Eamon Maher, Eugene O’Brien and Grace Neville. New York: Peter Lang, pages 273-290.
Eugene O’Brien (2007) ‘Guests (Geists) Of A Nation: A Heimlich (Unheimlich) Maneuver’, in New Hibernia Review, Volume 11, no 3, 25 pages, pages 114-130.
Eugene O’Brien (2007) ‘Global Warnings: Towards a Deconstruction of Globalization’, in La France face à la Mondialisation/France and the Struggle against Globalization, edited by Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pages 93-112.
Eugene O’Brien (2007) ‘A Law unto Himself; Derrida and the Force of Justice’, in The Concept of Equity: An Interdisciplinary Assessment, edited by Daniela Carpi. Heidelberg: Universsitätsverlag, pages 135-150.
Anne O’Keeffe and Walsh, S. (2007) ‘Applying CA to a modes analysis of third-level spoken academic discourse’, in Conversation Analysis and Languages for Specific Purposes, edited by P. Bowles, and P. Seedhouse , Berlin: Peter Lang, pages 101-139.
Anne O’Keeffe, Evison , J., McCarthy, M. J. (2007). ‘“Looking out for love and all the rest of it”: vague category markers as shared social space’, in Vague Language Explored, edited by J. Cutting, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pages 138-157.
Anne O’Keeffe, and Breen, M. (2007) ‘“At the hands of the Brothers”: a corpus-based lexicogrammatical analysis of stance in newspaper reporting of child sexual abuse’, in The Language of Sex Crimes, edited by J. Cotterill, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pages 217-236.
Laing, K. (2006) ‘Versions and Palimpsests: Rebecca West’s The Sentinel, Adela, and The Judge’ in Rebecca West Today, edited by Bernard Schweizer, Newark: University of Delaware Press, pages 170-186.
Laing, K. (2006) ‘Beginnings: Virginia Woolf’s Melymbrosia and Rebecca West’s The Sentinel’ in Back to Bloomsbury: Selected Papers from the Fourteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, edited by Lisa Shahriari and Gina Vitello. Clemson, South Carolina: Clemson University Digital Press, pages 86-92.
John McDonagh (2006) ‘When it’s there I am, it’s here I want to be’: The Construction of Connemara in The Theatre of Martin McDonagh – A World of Savage Stories, edited by Lillian Chambers and Eamon Jordan Dublin: Carysfort Press, pages 224-236.
John McDonagh (2006) ‘Mulcahy taught us God’: Catholicism in the poetry of Brendan Kennelly in Irish and Catholic – Towards and Understanding of Identity, edited by Eamon Maher and John Littleton Dublin: Columba Press, pages 120-135.
John McDonagh (2006) ‘Towards a Farewell: A Brief Life’ in Remembering Michael Hartnett, edited by John McDonagh and Stephen Newman, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pages 15-25.
John McDonagh (2006) ‘No Longer Afraid’ Michael Hartnett’s Poems to Younger Women in Remembering Michael Hartnett, edited by John McDonagh and Stephen Newman Dublin: Four Courts Press, pages 43-53.
Eugene O’Brien (2006) ‘“Identities in the writer complexus”: Joyce, Europe and Irish Identity’ in Back to the Present: Irish Writing and History since 1798, edited by Patricia A. Lynch, Joachim Fischer and Brian Coates. Rudopi Press, Amsterdam, Volume 2, pages 217-232.
Eugene O’Brien (2006) ‘“Kicking Bishop Brennan Up the Arse ….” : Catholicism, Deconstruction and Postmodernity in Contemporary Irish Culture’, in Irish and Catholic?: Towards an Understanding of Identity, edited by Louise Fuller, John Littleton and Eamon Maher. Dublin: Columba Press, pages, 47-67.
Eugene O’Brien (2006) ‘The Body as Ethical Synecdoche in the Writing of Seamus Heaney’, in Metaphors of the Body and Desire in Contemporary Irish Poetry, edited by Irene Gilsenan-Nordin. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, pages 79-110.
Eugene O’Brien (2006) ‘“Both more than a language and no more of a language”: Michael Hartnett and the Politics of Translation’, in Remembering Michael Hartnett: A Language Seldom Spoken, edited by John McDonagh and Stephen Newman. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pages 146-159.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. J. (2006) ‘Second Language Speaking’, in Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition, edited by K. Brown, Oxford: Elsevier, pages 95-101. (6,000 word entry).
Maria Beville (2005) ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray: The Decadent Gothic and the Terror of Self’. in In-between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism, edited by Gulshan Taneja,(14, i), 6,400 words.
Laing, K. (2005) ‘History, Heroism and Portraiture in Rebecca West’s The Sentinel’, in a Special Issue of the Women’s History Review, Vol. 14, No 3& 4, pages 507-526.
John McDonagh (2005), ‘The Great Pyramids of Carlingford Lough: John Hinde and the De Valerian Utopia’ in Representing Ireland – Past, Present and Future, edited by Frank Beardow and Alison O’Malley-Younger, Sunderland: University of Sunderland Press, pages 37-47.
Eugene O’Brien (2005) Invited preface to Having our own Field Day: Essays on the Irish Canon, edited by Helen Thompson. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pages 1-7.
Eugene O’Brien (2005) ‘Recharging the Canon: Towards a Theoretical Reinterpretation of Yeats, Joyce and the Redefinition of Irishness’, in Having our own Field Day: Essays on the Irish Canon, edited by Helen Thompson. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pages 101-121.
Eugene O’Brien (2005) ‘The Flight of the Earl: Hugh O’Neill as an Index of Cultural Liminality’, in Representing Ireland: Past, Present and Future, edited by Alison O’Malley-Younger and Frank Beardow. Sunderland: University of Sunderland Press, pages 21-36.
Eugene O’Brien (2005) ‘The Subject of Poetry and the Subject of Theory’, in Nordic Journal of Irish Studies, Special issue on Contemporary Irish Poetry edited by Irene Gilsenan-Nordin. Number 1, pages 1-16.
Eugene O'Brien (2005) '"More than a Language ... No More of a Language": Merriman, Heaney and the Metamorphoses of Translation', in Irish University Review, Volume 34, Number 2, Autumn Edition, pages 277-290.
Anne O’Keeffe (2005) ‘“You’ve a daughter yourself?”: a corpus-based look at lexicogrammatical choices and pragmatic effects in question forms in an Irish radio phone-in’ in The Pragmatics of Irish English, edited by K.P. Schneider and A. Barron, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pages 339-366.
John McDonagh (2004) ‘“A lot Done. More to Do” – Barthes, Bertie and the facteur Poujade’ in Ireland and France: Anatomy of a Relationship, edited by Eamon Maher and Grace Neville Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pages 41-52.
John McDonagh (2004) "Is Medea’s Crime Medea’s Glory?": Euripides in Dublin in Amid Our Troubles: Irish Versions of Greek Tragedy, edited by Marianne MacDonald and Michael Walker London: Methuen, pages 213-232.
John McDonagh (2004) ‘The Philistines as Scapegoats: Narratives and Myths in the Invention of Ancient Israel and Modern Critical Theory’, in Holy Land Studies, Vol. 3, No. 1, pages 93-111.
Eugene O’Brien (2004) ‘Seamus Heaney’s Prose: Fields of Force and the Epistemology of Poetry’, in Theory of Literature: Proceedings of Conference on Literary Theories of the Twentieth Century, edited by Miloslav Sutic, Institute for Literature and Art, Belgrade, pages 383-395.
Eugene O’Brien (2004) ‘Ireland in Theory: The Influence of French Theory on Irish Cultural and Societal Development’, in Ireland and France: The Anatomy of a Relationship, edited by Eamon Maher and Grace Neville. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pages 25-40.
Eugene O’Brien (2004) ‘“Because she was a girl”: Gender Identity and the Postcolonial in James Joyce’s Eveline’, in Studies: Celebrating James Joyce, Summer, 2004, pages 201-215.
Eugene O’Brien (2004) ‘The Anxiety of Influence: Heaney, Yeats and the Place of Writing’, Nordic Journal of Irish Studies, edited by Michael Böss. Number 4, 2004, pages 46-66.
Eugene O’Brien (2004) ‘“You can never know women”: Framing Female Identity in Dubliners’, in A New and Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s ‘Dubliners’, edited by Oona Frawley. Dublin: Lilliput Press, pages 212-222.
Anne O’Keeffe (2004) ‘“Like the wise virgins and all that jazz” – using a corpus to examine vague language and shared knowledge’, in Language and Computers 52(1), pages 1-20.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. J. (2004) ‘Research in the teaching of speaking’, in Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 24, pages 26-43.
John McDonagh (2003) ‘Blitzophrenia: Brendan Kennelly’s Post-colonial Vision’. Irish University Review, Vol. 33. No. 2, pages 322-337.
Eugene O’Brien (2003) ‘Ireland, Modernity and the Question of Definition’, in The Journal of Music in Ireland, Volume 4, Number 1, pages 18-21.
Eugene O’Brien (2003) ‘A Nation Once Again: Towards an Epistemology of the Republican Imaginaire’ in Republicanism in Ireland, edited by Fearghal McGarry, University College Dublin Press, 2003, pages 145-166.
Eugene O’Brien (2003) ‘Decommissioning the Canon: Towards a Deconstruction of the Givens of the Literary Canon’ in Teaching Social Justice: Intercultural and Development Education Perspectives on Education’s Context, Content and Methods, edited by Roland Tormey, Ireland Aid, Dublin and Centre for Educational and Disadvantage Research, Limerick, pages 75-90.
Eugene O’Brien (2003) ‘The Ethics of Translation: Seamus Heaney’s The Cure at Troy’, in The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Volume 27, Number 2 and Volume 28 Number 1, pages 7-37.
Anne O’Keeffe and Farr, F. (2003) ‘Using Language Corpora in Language Teacher Education: pedagogic, linguistic and cultural insights’, in TESOL Quarterly 37(3), pages 389-418.
Anne O’Keeffe and McCarthy, M. (2003) ‘“What's in a name?” - vocatives in casual conversations and radio phone-in calls’, in Language and Computers 46(1), pages 153-185.
Anne O’Keeffe, A. and Binchy, J. (2003) ‘Reading and writing at university – raising genre awareness as initiation into a discourse community’, in Other Ways of Seeing: Diversity in Language and Literacy, edited by G. Shiel and U. Ní Dhálaigh, Dublin: Reading Association of Ireland, pages 220 - 228.
Anne O’Keeffe, Brosnan, G., and Binchy, J. (2003) ‘Feeding back feedback - towards a cyclical model for learner support’, in Teaching Social Justice: Intercultural and Development Education Perspectives on Education’s Context, Content and Methods, edited by R. Tormey, Dublin and Limerick: Ireland Aid and Centre for Educational Disadvantage Research, pages 191-199.
John McDonagh (2002) ‘Imagi-Nation in Brendan Kennelly’s Cromwell', in Studies, Vol. 91, No. 361, pages 46-55.
John McDonagh (2002) ’“I know something now of my Irish subjects” – Maria Edgeworth, Castle Rackrent and the Portrayal of the Colonial Other’, in Studies, Vol. 92, No. 367, pages 278-287.
John McDonagh (2002) ‘Foreskins, Foreigners and Foes – The Philistines and the Creation of the Colonial Other’. Scripture Bulletin, Vol. 32, No. 2, pages 80-93.
John McDonagh (2002) ‘“It’s surprised I am how sane I’ve turned out!” – Martin McDonagh and the Construction of Connemara’, in Working Papers in Irish Studies, Vol. 2, no. 3, pages 1-7.
Eugene O’Brien (2002) ‘Derrida, Heaney, Yeats and the Hauntological Re-definition of Irishness’ in Engaging Modernity: Readings of Irish Politics, Culture and Literature at the Turn of the Century, edited by Michael Böss and Eamon Maher, Dublin: Veritas, 2003, pages 220-234.
Eugene O’Brien (2002) ‘The Critic and the Author: A Discussion of The Question of Irish Identity in the Writings of William Butler Yeats and James Joyce’ in ABEI Journal: The Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies, Number 4, June 2002, pages 13-20.
Anne O’Keeffe, Farr, F., Murphy, B. (2002) ‘The Limerick Corpus of Irish English: design, description and application', in Teanga 21, pages 5-29.
Anne O’Keeffe and Farr, F. (2002) ‘“Would” as a hedging device in an Irish context: an intravarietal comparison of institutionalised spoken interaction’, in Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation, edited by R. Reppen, S. Fitzmaurice and D. Biber, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pages 25-48.
Anne O’Keeffe (2002) ‘Exploring indices of national identity in a corpus of radio phone-in data from Irish radio’, in Windows on the World: Media Discourse in English, edited by A. Sánchez Macarro, Valencia: Universidad de Valencia, pages 91-113.
Laing, K. (2001) ‘Chasing the Wild Goose: Virginia Woolf’s Orlando and Angela Carter’s The Passion of the New Eve’ in Virginia Woolf Out of Bounds: Selected Papers from the Tenth Annual Virginia Woolf Conference, edited by Jessica Berman & Jane Goldman, New York: Pace University Press, pages pages 86-91.
Laing, K. (2001) ‘Virginia Woolf in Ireland: A Short Voyage Out’ in The South Carolina Review, Vol. 34, No. 1 Fall 2001, pages 180-187.
Eugene O'Brien (2001) 'Anastomosis, Attenuations and Manichean Allegories: Seamus Heaney and the Complexities of ireland', in Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies: Ireland, Postcoloniality and Contemporary Irish Literature, Voluime 7, Number 1, pages 41-66.
Eugene O’Brien (2001) ‘Reflections, Misrecognitions, Messianisms and Identifications: Towards an Epistemology of Irish Nationalism’ in ABEI Journal: Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies, Number 3, June 2001, pages 101-116.
Anne O’Keeffe (2001) ‘Five ideas for using authentic television clips', in Forum for English Language Teachers (Ireland) Newsletter, 3(3), pages 14-17.
Anne O’Keeffe (2001) 'TEFL in Ireland - reflecting a profession?', in Forum for English Language Teachers (Ireland) Newsletter, 3(2), pages 6-11.
Laing, K. (2000) ‘The Sentinel: Rebecca West’s Buried Novel’ in Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, Vol. 19, No. 1 Spring 2000, pages 9-26.
Eugene O’Brien (2000) ‘The Question of Ireland: Yeats, Heaney and the Postcolonial Paradigm’ in William Butler Yeats and Postcolonialism, edited by Deborah Fleming, West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press, 2000, pages 51-70.
Eugene O’Brien (2000) ‘The Omagh Bomb and the History of Northern Ireland’, in History Behind the Headlines, edited by Meghan O’Meara, Detroit MI: Gale Publishing Group, Volume 2, 2000, pages 221-235.
Anne O’Keeffe (2000) ‘Exploring television as an exponent of pragmatic and sociocultural information in foreign language learning’, in Technology and the Advanced Language Learner, edited by T. Lewis and A. Rouxeville, London: CILT, pages 23-52.
Anne O'Keeffe (2000) ‘Undergraduate Academic Writing: an analysis of errors and weaknesses in syntax, lexis, style and structure’, in Language and Literacy for the New Millennium, edited by G. Shiel, U. Ní Dhálaigh and E. Kennedy, Dublin: Reading Association of Ireland, pages 167-186.
John McDonagh (1999) ‘“The Ireland That We Dreamed Of” - An Imagined Community’, in ROPES (Review of Post-Graduate Studies), Number 7, pages 35-37.
Eugene O’Brien (1999) ‘“What ish my Nation”: Towards a Negative Definition of Identity’ in Minerva: An Internet Journal of Philosophy, Volume 2, November, 1999, http://www.ul.ie/~philos, 5,000 words.
Eugene O’Brien (1999) ‘Alternate Irelands: Diaspora and the Epistemology of Irish Identity’ in Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies – Ireland 2000, edited by Maria Pramaggiore, Volume 4, Issue 1, Fall 1999, http://www.social.chass.ncsu.edu/jouvert, 7,000 words.
Eugene O’Brien (1999) ‘Seamus Heaney’s Prose: Preoccupying Questions’ in Writing Ulster, Narrative in Northern Ireland, edited by Bill Lazenbatt, Number 6, 1999, pages 49-67.
Eugene O’Brien (1999) ‘North: The Politics of Plurality’ in Nua: Studies in Contemporary Irish Writing, Volume II, Numbers 1 & 2, Autumn 1998/ Spring, 1999, pages 1-19.
Eugene O’Brien (1999) ‘Places to Stand: Critique of Is Science Multicultural? Postcolonialisms, Feminisms, and Epistemologies, Sandra Harding, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998,’ in Event Horizon: A Journal for the Sciences and Humanities, Volume 1, Number 1, Fall, 1999, pages 107-118.
Anne O’Keeffe and Barker, G. (1999) ‘A Corpus of Irish English – Past, Present, Future’, in Teanga (Yearbook of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics) 18, pages 1-11.
Kathryn Laing (1998) ‘‘The Sentinel’ by Rebecca West: A Newly Discovered Novel’ in Notes and Queries, Vol. 45, No. 2 June 1998, pages 234-37.
Eugene O’Brien (1998) ‘Reflections On (Of) Nationalism’ in Kairos, Volume 3, Number 2, http://endora.wide.msu.edu/3.2/ news/eugene.html, 2000 words.
Eugene O’Brien (1998) ‘The Place of Writing: Place, Poetry, Politics in the Writing of Seamus Heaney’ in Hermathena, Number 161, Winter, 1998, pages 53-67.
Eugene O’Brien (1998) ‘Towards a Joycean Ethics of Irish Identity’ in Explorations: Centenary Essays, Mary Immaculate College Limerick 1898-1998, edited by Liam Irwin, Limerick: Mary Immaculate College, 1998, pages 9-29.
Eugene O’Brien (1998) ‘The Epistemology of Irish Nationalism’ in Reviewing Ireland: Essays and Interviews from Irish Studies Review, edited by Sarah Briggs, Paul Hyland and Neil Sammells, Bath: Sulis Press, 1998, pages 273-284.
kathryn Laing (1997) ‘Addressing Femininity in the Twenties: Virginia Woolf and Rebecca West on Money, Mirrors and Masquerade’ in Virginia Woolf and the Arts: Selected Papers from the Sixth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf, edited by Diane F. Gillespie and Leslie K. Hankins. New York: Pace University Press, pages 65-75.
Eugene O’Brien (1997) ‘The Epistemology of Nationalism’ in Irish Studies Review, Number 17, Winter, 1997, pages 15-20.
Eugene O’Brien (1997) ‘At the Frontier of Language: Literature, Theory, Politics’ in Minerva: An Internet Journal of Philosophy, Volume 1, November 1997, http://www.ul.ie/~philos/vol1, 5,625 words.
Eugene O’Brien (1996) ‘Poetry, Prose and Politics in Northern Ireland’ in Imprimatur, Volume 1, Numbers 2/3, April, 1996, pages 142-150.