The Irish Bibliography of Press History (IBPH)

The IBPH is a searchable, open access resource. It is an initiative of the Newspaper and Periodical History Forum of Ireland (NPHFI) and its scope is to provide a bibliography of secondary literature on the history of print media in Ireland, or by scholars based in, or closely associated with, Ireland on the history of print media generally. It is primarily focussed on published scholarly, academic work. It does not cover broadcast media.

The IBPH does not contain entries in biographical dictionaries, but the Dictionary of Irish Biography, ainm.ie, and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography are all available online and fully searchable.

If you are aware of any forthcoming publications that should be included or previously published work that has been accidentally omitted we would be most grateful for your suggestions. A Style Guide and FAQs sheet, and a suggestions sheet can also be downloaded. Please email your suggestions to the editor, Dr James O’Donnell, at jamesthomasodonnell@gmail.com.

A brief guide to browsing and searching the IBPH can be downloaded here.

Author(s) Title of Article / Chapter Title of Book / Journal Imprint
Adams, James H. The Negotiated Hibernian: Discourse on the Fenian in England and America’ American Nineteenth Century History, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2010), pp. 47-77
Adams, Michael Censorship: the Irish Experience (Dublin: Scepter Books, 1968)
Adamson, John and Hudson, Len The London Town miscellany. Vol.2, 1939-90. (London: Alexius P., 1993)
AE The Censorship Bill’ in Julia Carlson (ed.) Banned in Ireland: censorship and the Irish writer (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Ahern, Dennis J. The search for missing friends, volume 8: 1877-1920′ Mallow Field Club Journal, Vol. 23 (2005), pp. 183-187
Allen, Joan “Keeping the Faith” : The Catholic Press and the Preservation of Celtic Identity in Britain in the late Nineteenth Century’ in Richard C. Allen and Stephen Regan (eds.) Irelands of the mind: memory and identity in modern Irish culture (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2008)
Allen, Joan Joseph Cowen and popular radicalism on Tyneside, 1829-1900 (Monmouth: Merlin, 2007)
Altholz, Josef Lewis Daniel O’Connell and the Dublin Review’ Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 74 (1988), pp. 1-12
An Irishman My Countrymen (Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1930)
Andrews, Ann Newspapers and Newsmakers: The Dublin nationalist press in the mid-nineteenth century (Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2014)
Anton, Brigitte Women of the Nation’ History Ireland, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1993), pp. 34-37
Appel, John J. From shanties to lace curtains: the Irish image in Puck, 1876-1910′ Comparative Studies in Society and History, Vol. 13, No. 4 (1971), pp. 365-375
Archbold, Johanna Periodical Reaction: The effect of the 1798 Rebellion and the 1800 Act of Union on the Irish monthly periodical’ in John Hinks and Catherine Armstrong (eds.) Book trade connections from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries (London: British Library, 2008)
Archer, Jean B. Science loners! the Journal of the Geological Society of Ireland’ in Barbara Hayley, and Enda McKay (eds.) Three hundred years of Irish periodicals (Dublin: Association of Irish Learned Journals; Gigginstown, Co. Westmeath, Lilliput Press, 1987)
Arnold, Bruce Behind his cultivated status’ in Andrew Whittaker (ed.) Bright Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times (Dublin: A & A Farmar, 2006)
Associated Irish Newspapers and Irish Master Printers’ Association Ireland’s press and printing: souvenir of our silver jubilee, 1918-1943 (Dublin: [?], 1943)
Aubane Historical Society Irish bulletin: a full reprint of the official newspaper of Dáil Éireann, giving news and war reports (Millstreet: Aubane Historical Society, 2012-)
Augusteijn, Joost ‘The Development of Patrick Pearse’s Political Thought, 1879-1914’ in Roisín Higgins and Regina Uí Chollatáin (eds.) The Life and After-Life of P.H. Pearse/Pádraic Mac Piarais: Saol agus Oidhreacht (Dublin and Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, 2009)
Backus, Margot Gayle “Those who create themselves wits at the cost of feminine delicacy”: James Joyce, W.T. Stead, and the “Maiden Tribute” sex scandal’ in Karen Steele and Micheal de Nie (eds.) Ireland and the New Journalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
Backus, Margot Gayle Scandal work: James Joyce, the new journalism and the Home Rule newspaper wars (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013)
Badsey, Stephen and Taylor, Philip M. The experience of manipulation: propaganda in press and radio’ in Peter H. Liddle, Peter Bourne and Ian R. Whitehead (eds.) The great world war, 1914-1945, Vol. 2: Who won? Who lost? (London: HarperCollins, 2001)
Baker, Stephen J. The Alternative Press in Northern Ireland and the Political Process’ Journalism Studies, Vol. 6, No. 3 (2005), pp. 375-86
Ballantyne, Tony Print, politics and Protestantism in an imperial context: New Zealand, c.1769-1870′ in Hiram Morgan (ed.) Information Media and Power Throughout the Ages (Dublin: UCD Press, 2001)
Ballin, Malcolm Irish Periodical Culture 1937–1972: Genre in Ireland, Wales and Scotland (Basingstoke: Plagrave Macmillan, 2008)
Balls, Richard Locking horns over Stagg over the gardaí’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Bance, Michael Smokey Joe (Dublin: MO Books, 1994)
Bankhurst, Benjamin Vindicating Ireland: Historical Memory, Irish America, and Mathew Carey’s Later Histories of Ireland’ Éire-Ireland, Vol. 50, Nos. 3 & 4 (Fall / Winter 2015), pp. 199-222
Barclay, Katie Performing Emotion and Reading the Male Body in the Irish Court, c. 1800–1845′ Journal of Social History, Vol. 51, No. 2 (Winter 2017), pp. 293-312
Barclay, Katie Stereotypes as political resistance: the Irish police court columns, c.1820–1845′ Social History, Vol. 42, No. 2 (2017), pp. 257-280
Bardon, Jonathan A guide to local history sources in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2000)
Barnard, Toby Print Culture, 1700-1800′ in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds.) The Oxford History of the Irish Book, Vol. III: The Irish Book in English, 1550-1800 (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2006)
Barnard, Toby Brought to Book: Print in Ireland, 1680-1874 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2017)
Barnard, Toby Christopher The Irish Parliament and Print, 1660–1782′ Parliamentary History, Vo. 33, No.1 (2014), pp. 97-113
Barrett, Sean D. Competitiveness and Contestability in the Irish Media (Dublin: Department of Economics, TCD, 2000)
Bass, Allen Communication and political power in the thought of Jurgen Habermas’ in Hiram Morgan (ed.) Information Media and Power Throughout the Ages (Dublin: UCD Press, 2001)
Bayly, C. A. Informing empire and nation: publicity, propaganda and the press, 1880-1920′ in Hiram Morgan (ed.) Information Media and Power Throughout the Ages (Dublin: UCD Press, 2001)
Beatty, Aidan J. “Belfast Is Not Here”: The Israeli Press and the Good Friday Agreement’ Israel Studies, Vol. 22, No. 2 (Summer 2017), pp. 78-95
Beatty, Paul Taken out of Context’ Granta, Vol. 53 (Spring, 1996), pp. 167-194.
Beaumont, Jacqueline An Irish perspective on empire: William Flavelle Moneypenny and empire’ in Simon J. Potter (ed.) Newspapers and Empire in Ireland and Britain: Reporting the British Empire, c.1857-1921 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004)
Beck, David A. The Ballymoney Northern Herald and Ulster General Advertiser: births, marriages and deaths, 1860-1863 (Coleraine: Northern Ireland Family History Society, 2002)
Becker, Marcel Classic Ideas of Freedom and Current Journalistic Practice’ in Eoin Cassidy and Andrew G. McGrady (eds.), Media and the Marketplace: Ethical Perspectives (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001)
Beckett, Samuel Censorship in the Saorstat’ in Julia Carlson (ed.) Banned in Ireland: censorship and the Irish writer (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Begg, David The danger posed to democracy by news media monopolies’ in Damien Kiberd (ed.) Media in Ireland: The search for diversity (Dublin: Open Air / Four Courts Press, 1997)
Behan, Cormac The famine and the Freeman’s Journal’ Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society Journal, Vol. 5 (1996), pp. 6-17
Bell, Bowyer J. Ireland and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939′ Studia Hibernica, No. 9 (1969), pp. 137-163
Bell, Desmond (ed.) Is the Irish Press Independent? Essays on Ownership and Control of the Provincial, National and International Press in Ireland (Dublin: Media Association of Ireland, 1986)
Bell, Robert A democracy of print. The periodical literature of the Northern Ireland troubles’ Linen Hall Review, Vol. 11, No. 3 (1994), pp. 9-11
Bell, Robert Northern Ireland political periodicals, 1966-1992: a bibliography of the holdings of the Linen Hall Library (Belfast: Linen Hall Library, 1994)
Bell, Robert, Johnstone, Robert, Wilson, Robert Troubled times: Fortnight magazine and the troubled times in Northern Ireland, 1970-1991 (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1991)
Benatti, Francesca Land and landscape in the Dublin Penny Journal’ in Glenn Hooper and Úna Ní Bhroiméil (eds.) Land and landscape in nineteenth-century Ireland (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008)
Bender, Abby Sara Israelites in Erin: Exodus, revolution, and the Irish revival (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP, 2015)
Bender, Jill C. The Mutiny or freedom fight: the 1857 Indian Insurrection and the Irish press’ in Simon J. Potter (ed.) Newspapers and Empire in Ireland and Britain: Reporting the British Empire, c.1857-1921 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004)
Bergin, L. D. From Carlow, he founded Argentina’s first English newspaper’ Carloviana: Journal of the Old Carlow Society, Vol. 46 (1998), pp. 12-13
Berns, Egidius E. Between Clinton and Mitterand: On the Distinction Between the Public and the Private in Media’ in Eoin Cassidy and Andrew G. McGrady (eds.), Media and the Marketplace: Ethical Perspectives (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001)
Bertrand, Claude-Jean Beyond the balance sheet: the responsibilities of media owners’ in Declan Kiberd (ed.) Media in ireland and the search for ethical journalism (Dublin: Open Air / Four Courts Press, 1999)
Biagini, Eugenio F. The Irish Times, southern Protestants and the memory of Gladstone, 1898-1938′ in Mary E. Daly and Theodore K. Hoppen (eds.) Gladstone: Ireland and beyond (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011)
Bielenberg, Andy Entrepreneurship, power and public opinion in Ireland : the career of William Martin Murphy’ Irish Economic and Social History, Vol. 27 (2000), pp. 25-43
Bielenberg, Andy Entrepreneurship, power and public opinion in Ireland: the career of William Martin Murphy’ Chronicon: an electronic history journal, Vol. 2 (1998), pp. 1-35
Bieler, Ludwig Patrician studies in the Irish Ecclesiastial Record’ Irish Ecclesiastical Record, Vol. 5, No. 102 (1964), pp. 359-366
Bigand, Karine The representation of Irish affairs in La Gazette and in Nouvelles Ordinaires de Londres, 1649-1652′ E-rea: revue d’études anglophones, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2014), DOI: 10.4000/erea.3664
Binchy, Maeve Something magical’ in Andrew Whittaker (ed.) Bright Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times (Dublin: A & A Farmar, 2006)
Bird, Charlie This is Charlie Bird (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2006)
Bird, Charlie (ed.) A Day in May: real lives, true stories (Dublin: Merrion, 2016)
Blackstock, Allan Politics and Print: A Case Study’ in Raymond Gillespie and Andrew Hadfield (eds.) The Oxford History of the Irish Book, Vol. III: The Irish Book in English, 1550-1800 (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2006)
Bodkin, Matthais McDonnell Recollections of an Irish Judge: Press, Bar and Parliament (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1914)
Bogle, Joanna Church-media realtions in Ireland: an onlooker’s view’ in Damien Kiberd (ed.) Media in Ireland: The search for diversity (Dublin: Open Air / Four Courts Press, 1997)
Bolger, Muriel The haven of “chancers” that gave me my novel approach to life’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Bourke, Angela Reading a woman’s death: colonial text and oral tradition in nineteenth-century Ireland’ Feminist Studies, Vol. 21, No. 3 (1995), pp. 553-86
Bourke, Angela The burning of Bridget Cleary: newspapers and oral tradition’ Tipperary Historical Journal, Vol. 13 (1998), pp. 112-127
Bowman, John “The essential thing is curiosity”‘ in Andrew Whittaker (ed.) Bright Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times (Dublin: A & A Farmar, 2006)
Boyce, D. George Water for the Fish: Terrorism and Public Opinion’ in Yonah Alexander and Alan O’Day (eds) Terrorism in Ireland (London: Croom Helm, 1984)
Boyd, Wesley The mantle of Wolfe Tone’ in Andrew Whittaker (ed.) Bright Brilliant Days: Douglas Gageby and the Irish Times (Dublin: A & A Farmar, 2006)
Boyd, Wesley Training for responsibility’ in Paul Lindsay (ed.) The Media and Modern Society in Ireland (Celbridge, Co. Kildare: Social Study Conference, 1993)
Boyle, K. and McGonagle, M. Media Accountability: the readers’ representative in Irish newspapers (Dublin: National Newspapers of Ireland, 1995)
Boyle, Kevin Preface’ in Julia Carlson (ed.) Banned in Ireland: censorship and the Irish writer (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Bradsher, Earl L. Mathew Carey, editor, author and publisher: a study in American literary development (New York: The Columbia University Press, 1912)
Brady, Conor Newspapers, standards, litigation: is there a better way?’ in Declan Kiberd (ed.) Media in ireland and the search for ethical journalism (Dublin: Open Air / Four Courts Press, 1999)
Brady, Conor, Up With the Times (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2005)
Brady, John The Catholic Record Society’ Studies: an Irish quarterly review, Vol. 39, No. 154 (1950), pp. 214-18
Braun, Nikolaus Terrorismus und Freiheitskampf: Gewalt, Propaganda und politische Strategie im Irischen Bürgerkrieg 1922/23 (München: Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, 2003)
Breathnach, Ciara and Butler, David Death Notices and Obituaries in Provincial Irish Newspapers, 1820-1900′ in James Kelly, Mary Ann Lyons (eds.) Death and dying in Ireland, Britain and Europe: historical perspectives (Sallins, Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press, 2013)
Breen, Joe Heavy lifter or great news-hound? The editorship of Vincent Doyle, 1981-2005 in Mark O’Brien and Kevin Rafter (eds.), Independent Newspapers: A History (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2012)
Breen, Joe Hot Press: “a tilt at all the windmills”‘ in Mark O’Brien and Felix M. Larkin (eds.), Periodicals and Journalism in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Writing Against the Grain (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014)
Bretherton, C.H. Rhyme and Reason: being the thoughts and theories of a journalist philosopher (Dublin: Talbot Press, 1922)
Bretherton, C.H. The Real Ireland (London: A. & C. Black, 1925)
Bric, Maurice J. Mathew Carey, Ireland, and the “Empire for Liberty” in America’ Early American Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, Vol. 11, No. 3 (Fall 2013), pp. 403-430
Brillman, M.L. Loyalty and Repeal: The Nation, 1842-6 ‘ in Kevin Rafter (ed.) Irish Journalism Before Independence: More a disease than a profession (Manchester: Manchester UP, 2011)
Broderick, John Interview’ in Julia Carlson (ed.) Banned in Ireland: censorship and the Irish writer (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Brodie, Malcolm The Tele : a history of the Belfast Telegraph (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1995)
Brophy, Éanna Meeting Michael Hand – and how it changed my life’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Brophy, John Hot Metal, Poison Pricks, smoked haddock and the “lead” story’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Brown, Stephen J.M. The Press in Ireland: A Survey and Guide (Dublin: Browne and Nolan, 1937)
Brown, Terence The Irish Times: 150 Years of Influence (London: Bloomsbury Continuum, 2015)
Browne, Bernard 1916 Rising in County Wexford: the literary legacy – amor patriae (Wexford: The Pike Press, 2015)
Browne, Harry Document study: the Northern Star, English chartism and Irish politics, 1845-48′ Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, Vol. 29 (2004), pp. 67-76
Browne, Maureen Curtseys, spy stories, and the hack who mistook a teapot for a telephone’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Browne, Vincent Assisting in the perfection of democracy’ in Paul Lindsay (ed.) The Media and Modern Society in Ireland (Celbridge, Co. Kildare: Social Study Conference, 1993)
Bruna, Giulia and Wilsdon, Catherine ‘Introduction. Organised spaces: revival activism and print culture’ Irish Studies Review, Vol. 22, No. 1 (2014), pp. 1-6
Brunström, Conrad and Kavanagh, Declan W. Arthur Murphy and Florida Peat: The Gray’s Inn Journal and versions of the apolitical’ Eighteenth-century Ireland: Iris an dá chultúr, Vol. 27 (2012), pp. 123-141
Bullock, Kurt From Revival to Revolution: Thomas MacDonagh and the Irish Review’ in Karen Steele and Micheal de Nie (eds.), Ireland and the New Journalism (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
Bullock, Kurt Literary provacateur: revival, revolt and the demise of the Irish Review, 1911-14′ in Gabriel Doherty (ed.) The Home Rule crisis 1912-14 (Cork studies in the Irish Revolution, 1) (Cork: Mercier Press, 2014)
Bundock, C.J. The National Union of Journalists: A jubilee history 1907–1957 (Oxford: Oxford UP, 1957)
Burke, Ray Irish Press coverage of the Troubles in the North from 1968 to 1995′ Irish Communications Review, Vol. 12 (2010), pp. 21-36
Burke, Ray The reporter who broke his leg in two places, and the ex-IRA man who outranked his English father-in-law’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Burke, Ray Press Delete: The Decline and Fall of the Irish Press (Dublin: Currach Press, 2005)
Burn, Gordon and Pilston, Tom The Trial’ Granta, Vol. 53 (Spring, 1996), pp. 147-166.
Burnell, Tom (ed.) Irishmen in the Great War 1914-1918 : Irish newspaper stories 1914 (Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2014)
Burns, Mike Introducing the masters’ in John Cooney and Tony McGarry (eds.), Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?: papers of the 1994 Humbert Summer School (Dublin: Humbert Publictaions, 1994)
Butler, Richard J. British Solutions to Irish Problems: Representations of Ireland in the British Architectural Press, 1837–1853′ Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol. 47, No. 4 (Winter 2014), pp. 577-596
Caherty, Therese Bollickings are part of the job’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Cahill, Ann Have change for the phone box, but don’t mention the wages’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Campbell, Patrick My Life and Easy Times (London: Blond, 1967)
Cannavan, Jan Romantic revolutionary Irishwomen: women, Young Ireland and 1848′ in Margaret Kelleher and James H. Murphy (eds.) Gender perspectives in nineteenth-century Ireland: public and private spheres (Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1997)
Caplice, John One hundred years ago. Excerpts from the Cork Examiner, 1906′ Mallow Field Club Journal, Vol. 24 (2006), pp. 47-54
Capuchins. Irish Province, South Dublin Libraries The Capuchin Annual 1966: 1916 Rising commemorative pages (Tallaght: South Dublin Libraries, 2016)
Carlson, Julia Introduction’ in Julia Carlson (ed.) Banned in Ireland: censorship and the Irish writer (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1990)
Carroll, Margaret Lasch Martin Glynn’s Newspaper Editorials: Constructing Albany’s Answers to the Irish Questions, 1913-1924′ Nordic Irish Studies, Vol. 14 (2015), pp. 111-125
Carson, Niall Transnationalism, Ireland, and The Bell’ Éire-Ireland, Vol. 51, Nos. 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer, 2016), pp. 171-191
Carson, Niall Rebel by vocation: Sean O’Faoláin and the generation of The Bell (Manchester: Manchester UP, 2016)
Carson, Niall and Hoey, Paddy The Bell and the Blanket: Journals of Irish Republican Dissent’ New Hibernia Review, Vol. 16, No. 1 (2012), pp. 75-93
Casey, Brian Matt Harris and the Ballinasloe Tenant Defence Association, 1876-9′ in Brian Casey (ed.) Defying the law of the land: agrarian radicals in Irish history (Dublin, Ireland: History Press Ireland, 2013)
Cassidy, Eoin G. Introduction: Ethical Inquiry and Media Practice’ in Eoin Cassidy and Andrew G. McGrady (eds.), Media and the Marketplace: Ethical Perspectives (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001)
Cassidy, Eoin G. Must a Good Journalist be Morally Good? Media Ethics in a Liberal Culture’ in Eoin Cassidy and Andrew G. McGrady (eds.), Media and the Marketplace: Ethical Perspectives (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001)
Castello, Ana M. Prensa comunitaria y política local (1875-1880) : ¿hacia la conformación de una opinión política “hiberno-argentina”?’ BROCAR: Cuadernos de investigación histórica, Vol. 29 (2005), pp. 109-146
Catholic Church (Ireland) Archdiocese of Dublin Library Complete summary listing of journal holdings Dublin Diocesan Library (Dublin: Dublin Diocesan Library, 1991)
Cawley, Anthony From AAA to Junk : Credit rating agencies as news sources in the Irish print-media during the economic crisis, 2008–2013′ Journalism Studies, Vol. 17, No. 5 (2016), pp. 647-666
Chapman, Michael E. “How to Smash the British Empire”: John Forrest Kelly’s Irish World and the Boycott 1920-21′ Eire-Ireland, Vol. 43, Nos. 3 & 4 (Fall/Winter 08), pp. 217 -252
Chubb, Basil The political role of the media in contemporary Ireland’ in Brian Farrell (ed.) Communications and Community in Ireland (Cork: Mercier Press in association with RTÉ, 1984)
Clancy, Paddy Big Daddy, and how I tried to save Johnny Rotten from jail’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Clark, Kenneth Jack Yeats’ Horizon, Vol. 5, No. 25 (January, 1942), pp. 40-42
Clark, Lauren Gendering the Victorian Irish child reader as buyer’ Journal of Historical Research in Marketing, Vol. 6, No.1 (2014), pp. 8-28
Clarke, Norma Brothers of the quill: Oliver Goldsmith in Grub street (Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2016)
Clarkin, William Mathew Carey, a bibliography of his publications, 1785-1824 (New York: Garland, 1984)
Clear, Caitríona Women’s Voices in Ireland: Women’s magazines in the 1950s and 60s (London: Bloomsbury, 2016)
Clyde, Tom Irish literary magazines: an outline history and descriptive bibliography (Dublin and Portland, OR: Irish Academic Press, 2003)
Cockburn, Claud I, Claud…: the autobiography of Claud Cockburn (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1967)
Coffey, Leigh-Ann Drawing strength from past migratory experiences: The Church of Ireland Gazette and southern Protestant migration in the post-independence period’ in Colin Barr and Hilary M. Carey (eds.) Religion and Greater Ireland: Christianity and Irish global networks, 1750-1950 (Montréal (PQ): McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015)
Coghlan, Noel Can Europe hold the ring?’ in John Cooney and Tony McGarry (eds.), Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?: papers of the 1994 Humbert Summer School (Dublin: Humbert Publictaions, 1994)
Cole, Robert Propaganda, Censorship and Irish Neutrality in the Second World War (Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2006)
Colin McIver Associates Print & paper industry sectoral study: report presented to FÁS and Print and Paper Industrial Training Committee by Colin McIver Associates (Dublin: FÁS, 1994)
Collombier-Lakeman, Pauline The Canadian Press and the Great Irish Famine: The Famine as an Irish, Canadian & Imperial, Global Issue’ Cahiers du MIMMOC, Vol. 12 (2015), http://mimmoc.revues.org/1787
Commission on the Newspaper Industry Report of the Commission on the Newspaper Industry (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1996)
Committee on Industrial Progress Report on paper, paper products, printing, and publishing industry (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1970)
Competition Authority (Ireland) Report of investigation of the proposal whereby Independent Newspapers PLC would increase its shareholding in the Tribune Group from 29.99% to a possible 53.09% pursuant to Section 8 of the Mergers, take-overs, and monopolies (control) Act, 1978 (as amended) (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1992)
Connolly, James (McCarthy, Conor (ed.)) The revolutionary and anti-imperialist writings of James Connolly 1893-1916 (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016)
Connolly, John and Dolan, Paddy Sport, media and the Gaelic Athletic Association: the quest for the “youth” of Ireland’ Media Culture and Society, Vol. 34, No. 3 (2012), pp. 407-423
Conway, Isabel Our Lady of Fatima Mansions who was blessed by the Pope’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Coogan, Tim Pat Foreword’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Coogan, Tim Pat Peace in sight’ in John Cooney and Tony McGarry (eds.), Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?: papers of the 1994 Humbert Summer School (Dublin: Humbert Publictaions, 1994)
Coogan, Tim Pat A Memoir (London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 2008)
Cooney, John and McGarry, Tony Interrogating the spin doctors’ in John Cooney and Tony McGarry (eds.), Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?: papers of the 1994 Humbert Summer School (Dublin: Humbert Publictaions, 1994)
Cooney, John and McGarry, Tony Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?’ in John Cooney and Tony McGarry (eds.), Spin-doctors: a threat to democracy?: papers of the 1994 Humbert Summer School (Dublin: Humbert Publictaions, 1994)
Cooper, Matt The Maximalist: the rise and fall of Tony O’Reilly (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 2015)
Corcoran, Farrell Cultural Rights and Media Performance’ in Eoin Cassidy and Andrew G. McGrady (eds.), Media and the Marketplace: Ethical Perspectives (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 2001)
Corry, Eoghan An angry bishop, psychos, and a psychic theatre critic’ in David Kenny (ed.) The Press Gang: tales from the glory days of Irish newspapers (Dublin: New Island, 2015)
Cranston, Des A look back’ in Paul Lindsay (ed.) The Media and Modern Society in Ireland (Celbridge, Co. Kildare: Social Study Conference, 1993)
Creaton, Siobhán A mobile fortune: the life and times of Denis O’Brien (London: Aurum Press, 2010)
Cronin, Anthony No Laughing Matter: the life and times of Flann O’Brien (New York: Fromm International Publishing, 1998)
Cullen, Fintan Visual parody and political commentary: John Doyle and Daniel O’Connell’ in Ciaran O’Neill (ed.), Irish elites in the nineteenth century (Dublin: Fourt Courts Press, 2013)
Cullen, L. M. Establishing a communications system: news, posts and transport’ in Brian Farrell (ed.) Communications and Community in Ireland (Cork: Mercier Press in association with RTÉ, 1984)
Cullen, Louis M. Eason and Son: a history (Dublin: Eason and Son, 1989)
Cullen, Paul With a Little help from My Friends: planning corruption in Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2000)
Cunningham, John Local News’ in Paul Lindsay (ed.) The Media and Modern Society in Ireland (Celbridge, Co. Kildare: Social Study Conference, 1993)
Cunningham, John The Ballyshannon Herald 1845-50′ Donegal Annual, Vol. 35 (1983), pp. 67-85
Curran, Catherine ‘Fianna Fáil and the origins of the Irish Press’ Irish Communications Review, Vol. 6 (1996), pp. 7–17
Curran, Declan “Articles of Practical Banking Written by Practical Bankers”: The Bankers’ Magazine Reportage of the Great Irish Famine’ Irish Economic and Social History, Vol. 43, No. 1 (2016), pp. 21-49
Curran, James Preface’ in Kevin Rafter (ed.) Irish Journalism Before Independence: More a disease than a profession (Manchester: Manchester UP, 2011)
Curry, James The Worker: James Connolly’s “organ of the Irish working class” in Mark O’Brien and Felix M. Larkin (eds.), Periodicals and Journalism in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Writing Against the Grain (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014)
Curry, James Andrew Patrick Wilson and the Irish Worker, 1912-13′ in Convery, David (ed.) Locked out: a century of Irish working-class life (Sallins, Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press, 2013)
Curry, James and Devine, Francis (eds.) Merry may your xmas be & 1913 free from care’: the Irish Worker 1912 Christmas number (Dublin: Irish Labour History Society, [2012])
Curry, James and Wallace, Ciarán Thomas Fitzpatrick and The Lepracaun Cartoon Monthly, 1905–1915 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014)
Curtis, L. Perry, Jr. “Killed by eviction”: a case study in Co. Louth, 1888′ in Felix M. Larkin (ed.) Librarians, Poets and Scholars: a Festschrift for Dónall Ó Luanaigh (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007)
Curtis, Liz Ireland, The Propaganda War: the media and the “battle for hearts and minds” (London: Pluto Press, 1984)
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