Publications

Publications

CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUME:

2022 – « De Dingle à Loochoo : agents et réseaux missionnaires protestants en Irlande dans leur rapport à l’empire (1815-1850) », in Hélène Vu Thanh (ed.) Empires connectés. Les missionnaires comme agents impériaux. Maisonneuve et Larose/Hémisphères.

PUBLISHED IN DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEW JOURNALS

December 2021 – “‘Teaching the poor of the Irish nation’: the endeavours of the Protestant ‘sons of Erin’ to educate their Catholic ‘Brethren’ in the age of Catholic agitation, 1818-1852”, in International Journal of Religion, vol. 2, n°2, 2021, pp. 129-143.

Available online: https://journals.tplondon.com/ijor/article/view/1687

“Editorial”, International Journal of Religion, vol. 2, n°2, 2021, pp. 97-99 (coauthor with Dr Matthew Rowley, Honorary Fellow, Leicester University).

https://journals.tplondon.com/ijor/article/view/2073

Novembre 2021 – “De la charité religieuse au contrôle séculier de l’État : le rôle de l’Irish Society for Promoting the Education of the Native Irish through their own Language dans la mise en place d’une éducation nationale en Irlande (1800-1845)” Histoire de l’Education, ENS Editions, n°155, 2021.

© Réseau Canopé – Le Musée national de l’Éducation

Available on CAIRN.INFO: https://journals.openedition.org/histoire-education/6334

24 April 2021 – “‘The priests do their best to inflame the people.’ Religious actors in Ireland, 1800–1845: Instigators of violence or peacemakers?”, Violence: An International Journal, Editions Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme /Sage Publishing, 24 April 2021.

Available as online first through institutional access: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/26330024211004611

Autumn 2019 – “‘A City upon a Hill’: the Dingle ‘Colony’ of converts and the disruption of traditional communities in 19th-century Ireland”, Etudes Irlandaises, 44-2, 2019, pp. 77-93: https://journals.openedition.org/etudesirlandaises/8322.

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT:

5 March 2019 – « La spectaculaire ascension des ‘sans religions’ » in Phébé by Le Point. Review of Linda Woodhead’s article “The Rise of ‘no religion’ in Britain: the emergence of a new cultural majority,”Journal of the British Academy, 4, 245–61.

 11 March 2018 – « La Religion n’est plus l’opium du peuple », n°37, Phébé by Le Point. Review of Ingrid Storm’s article, “Does Economic Insecurity Predict Religiosity? Evidence from the European Social Survey 2002–2014,” Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review 2017, 78 :2 146–172.

Conference papers

15-17 April 2020 – “‘Teaching the poor of the Irish nation’: the endeavours of the Protestant ‘sons of Erin’ to educate their Catholic “Brethren” in the age of Catholic agitation, 1818-1869.” Protestant Political Thought online conference, Cambridge Institute on Religion and International Studies.

10-13 October 2018 – « Solidarités privées et solidarités publiques : De la charité religieuse au contrôle séculier de l’État. L’impact des sociétés philanthropiques protestantes en Irlande, 1818-1869 », International Conference ‘Penser et pratiquer la solidarité : France, Allemagne, Europe et le monde, XIXe et XXe siècles’ organised by the Comité Franco-Allemand des Historiens/Deutsch-französisches Historikerkomitee at the Université de Strasbourg, France.

21-23 June 2018 – “Reforming the poor, a charitable enterprise of colonization? Protestant missions in Ireland in the nineteenth century.” Britain And the World International conference at Exeter University, UK.

31 May 2018 –Study day of Religious Studies, Journée Scientifique des Sciences Religieuses (JSSR) of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, at the INHA, Paris, France

6 April 2018 – “‘A City upon a Hill’: Protestant missions in Ireland and the disruption of traditional communities in the mid-nineteenth century,” Northern Nineteen Century Network Symposium at the Université de Cergy, France.

10-11 November 2017 – “Irish Paupers and British Christians,” Newspapers and Periodicals History Forum of Ireland Conference at Newcastle University, UK.


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