Newspaper Articles
'The Story of Freed Slave Frederick Douglass's Time in "Beautiful" Scotland', Scotsman, 11 April 2018 
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‘The Great Abolitionist Douglass and Cork’s Apostle of Temperance’, Irish Examiner, 28 February 2014
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Magazine Articles
'How Frederick Douglass Gained More than His Freedom in Britain', The American Magazine, January/February 2019
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'Frederick Douglass and Robert Burns: The American Abolitionist and Scotland's National Poet', History Scotland, February 2018
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'A Confession of Being a Gael: F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ireland', Books Ireland, November/December 2017

'Thrills, Spills and Chick-Lit: A First World War Soldier’s Reading List’, History Ireland, November/December 2016

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‘The Leslie Connection: How a Forgotten Irish Writer Set F. Scott Fitzgerald on the Path to Literary Fame’, Books Ireland, September/October 2015

‘Daniel Doyle: Young Irelander’, History Ireland, July/August 2015

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‘Frederick Douglass aboard the Cambria, 1845’, History Ireland, September/October 2014

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Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
‘Charles Rowcroft, Irish-Americans, and the “Recruitment Affair”, 1855–1856’, The Historical Journal, December 2010

‘Origins of Animosity: Lord Palmerston and The Times, 1830–41’, Media History, November 2010

Blog Posts
'Frederick Douglass in Bristol: Time for the African-American Abolitionist's Visit to the City to be Commemorated with a Blue Heritage Plaque?' Amberley Publishing Blog, 24 May 2018
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Journal Articles
 
‘After the Famine: The Economy of Limerick in the 1850s’, North Munster Antiquarian Journal, 2011
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‘Boom or Bust? The Economy of Limerick during the First World War’, North Munster Antiquarian Journal, 2010
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‘Young Ireland in Limerick, 1848’, Old Limerick Journal, 2009
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‘A Riot in Limerick, 1848’, Old Limerick Journal, 2004
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‘William Smith O’ Brien and Cahirmoyle’, Old Limerick Journal, 2004
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‘Richard O’ Gorman in Limerick, 1848: A Further Note’, Old Limerick Journal, 2003
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‘Richard O’ Gorman in Limerick, 1848’, Old Limerick Journal, 2002
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