‘“A painful and tender sympathy pervaded every class of society”: Consensus, class and coercion in global giving during the Great Irish Famine’, Radical History Review, 143, (2022): 165-177.

‘Bored bluestockings and frivolous flirts: dynamics of gender and the experiences of the first female students of Queen’s College Cork, 1879–1910’, Irish Studies Review 28, no. 4 (2020): 445-62.

‘Towards a History of Global Humanitarianism’, [review article], The Historical Journal 63, no. 5 (2020): 1-12.

‘A Communication of Arts, Politics and Industry, the Paris World’s Fair of 1889’, UCC Undergraduate History Journal, 2014.

Chapters in Edited Collections

‘Visions of the Future in Humanitarian Responses to the Great Irish Famine’, in Richard Butler (ed.) Dreams of the Future in Nineteenth Century Ireland, (Liverpool UP: 2021)

‘Pride and Prejudice: Silence and the Undertold Stories of International Law’, with Elizabeth Schweiger, in Renske Vos and Sofia Stolk (eds.) International Law’s Selected Stories (Palgrave MacMillan: 2020) 17 – 37.


Review of Sherra Murphy, “The First National Museum”: Dublin’s Natural History Museum in the mid-nineteenth century (Cork UP, 2021), Irish Studies Review, 3, no. 4 (2022): 499-501.

Review of Helen McGonagle, A Room of Their Own: Cork Carnegie Free Library & its Ladies Reading Room, Women’s History Association of Ireland, 2018.

Review of Niamh O’Sullivan, In the Lion’s Den: Daniel MacDonald, Ireland and Empire’, Women’s History Association of Ireland, 2016.