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'Hunger and Starvation in Modern Ireland' in Máirtín Mac Lomaire and Dorothy Cashman (eds), Irish Food History: A Companion (EUT+ Academic Press).


Protocol: 'Severe Mental Health in Northern Ireland, Service Provision and Physical Health Outcomes: A Scoping Review of Evidence and Policy Protocol' (with Skoura, A., Breslin, G., Golden, S. M., Whitaker, P., Grant, K., Miller, I., Tully, M., Davidson, G. & Leavey, G.)


'Tea, Addiction and Late-Victorian Narratives of Degeneration, c.1860-1900', in Geoffrey Hunt, Tamar M.J. Antin and Vibeke Asmussen Frank (eds), Routledge History of Intoxication (Routledge)

'Tea Mania', History Ireland, 30:2


‘Silence, Distance and Neutrality: The Politics of Emotional Distress during the Northern Irish Troubles’, Social History, 46.4

'Ending the ‘Cult of the Broken Home’: Divorce, Children and the Changing Emotional Dynamics of Separating British Families, c.1945-90’, Twentieth Century British History, 32:2


‘Experiencing Hunger Striking: Remembering the Maze Prison Hunger Strikes’, Irish Review, 51


'Hunger Striking: The Global Context', History Ireland: Special Edition


‘The Gut-Brain Axis : Historical Reflections’, Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease, 20:2


'Bedwetting and the Problematisation of Youth in Britain and America, c.1800-1980’, Journal of Social History, 50:4 


‘Digesting in the Long Eighteenth Century’, in Sylvie Kleiman, Sophie Vassett and Rebecca Barr (eds), Galls and Guts: Entrails and Digestion in the Long Eighteenth Century (Manchester University Press)


'Starving to Death in Medical Care: Ethics, Food, Emotions and Dying in Britain and America, c.1980-2015', Biosocieties, 12:1



‘Pain, Memory and Trauma in the Irish War of Independence: Remembering and Contextualising Irish Suffering’, in Fionnuala Dillane, Naomi McAreavey and Emilie Pine (eds), The Body in Pain in Irish Literature and Culture (Palgrave Macmillan)

‘‘No Hanging Here’: The Persistence of the Death Penalty in Twentieth-Century Ireland’, in Lisa-Marie Griffith and Ciaran Wallace (eds), Grave Matters: Death and Dying in Dublin (Four Courts Press)

'Nutritional Decline in Post-Famine Ireland, c.1815-1922', in Elizabeth Fitzpatrick and James Kelly (eds), Food and Drink in Ireland (Royal Irish Academy)


‘Suffragette Prison Experiences in Manchester and their Legacies’, in Camilla Røstvik and Louise Sutherland (eds), Suffragette Legacy: How Does the History of Feminism Inspire Current Thinking in Manchester? (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)


‘Impact: Mortality, Population and Emigration’, in Frank Rynne and Adam Price (eds), La Grande Famine en Irlande 1845-1852 (Belin) (*core text for French Aggregation External Anglais examination)


‘Nutritional Decline in Post-Famine Ireland, c.1815-1922’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 115c


‘Food, Medicine and Institutional Life in the British Isles, c.1790-1900’, in Carol Helstosky (ed.), The Routledge History of Food (Routledge)


‘Feeding in the Workhouse: The Institutional and Ideological Functions of Food in Britain, c.1834-70’, Journal of British Studies, 52:4

‘‘A Dangerous Revolutionary Force Amongst Us’: Conceptualising Working-Class Tea Drinking in the British Isles, c.1860-1900’, Cultural and Social History, 10:3

‘‘A Prostitution of the Profession’? Forcible Feeding, Prison Doctors, Suffrage and Medical Ethics, 1909-14’, Social History of Medicine, 26:2

‘Constructing Moral Hospitals: Childhood Health in Irish Reformatories and Industrial Schools, c.1851-1890’, in Alice Mauger and Anne Mac Lellan (ed.), Growing Pains: Childhood Illness in Ireland, 1750-1950 (Irish Academic Press)


‘The Chemistry of Famine: Nutritional Controversies and the Irish Famine c.1845-7’, Medical History, 56:4


‘Evangelicalism and the Early Vegetarian Movement in Britain, c.1847-1860’, Journal of Religious History, 35:2



‘Representations of Suicide in Urban North-West England c.1870-1910: The Formative Role of Respectability, Class, Gender and Morality’, Mortality, 15:3

‘The Mind and Stomach at War: Stress, British Society and the Second World War’, Medical History, 54:1


‘Necessary Torture? Digestive Physiology, Vivisection, the Suffragette Movement and Responses to New Forms of Clinical Practice in Britain c.1870-1920’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 64:3

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