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Christopher Ewart-Biggs Memorial Prize 1998
ACIS Donald Murphy Prize 1999
Choice Outstanding Academic Book 1999

REFEREED ARTICLES


`”Operations Abroad”: The I.R.A. in Britain, 1919-1923’
in English Historical Review (February 2000), pp.71-102.

`The Social Structure of the Irish Republican Army, 1916-1923'
in The Historical Journal (March 1999), pp. 207-231.

`The Geography of Revolution in Ireland, 1917-1923’
in Past and Present (May 1997), pp.142-176.

`The Thompson Submachine Gun in Ireland Revisited’
in The Irish Sword (Summer 1995), pp. 61-170.

`Michael Collins and the Assassination of Sir Henry Wilson'
in Irish Historical Studies (November 1992), pp.150-170.


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


‘The Irish Republican Brotherhood and the History of Revolutionary Secret Societies’ in Fearghal McGarry and James McConnel (eds.), The Black Hand of Republicanism: the Fenians and History (Irish Academic Press: 2009).

‘On the Necessity of Violence in the Irish Revolution’ in Danine Farquharson and Sean Farrell (eds.), Shadows of the Gunmen (Cork University Press, 2008).

‘Walter Long: Irish Revolutionary’ in Myles Dungan (ed.), Speaking Ill of the Dead (New Island Books, 2007).

‘Paramilitary Politics and the Irish Revolution’ in Fearghal McGarry, ed., Republicanism in Modern Ireland (UCD Press, 2003), pp. 23-41.

`Defining the Irish Revolution’ in Joost Augusteijn, ed., The Irish Revolution, 1913-1923 (Palgrave, 2002), pp.17-33.

`The Protestant Experience of Revolution in Southern Ireland, 1916-
1926' in Richard English and Graham Walker, eds., Unionism in Modern Ireland: New Perspectives on Politics and Culture (London: 1996).

`Class, Community, and the Irish Republican Army in Cork, 1917-1923'
in Patrick O'Flanagan and Cornelius Buttimer, eds., Cork: History and Society (Dublin: 1992).

`Youth Culture and the Cork I.R.A.’ in David Fitzpatrick, ed., Revolution? Ireland 1917-1923 (Dublin: 1990).



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