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Publications

 

Peer-reviewed publications

 

  • Todd, J. (2005). Social Transformation, Collective Categories and Identity Change, Theory and Society, 34(4), 1-35.
  • Todd, J., Muldoon, O., Trew, K. Cañás Bottos, L., Rougier, N., & McLaughlin, K. (Forthcoming June 2006). 'The Moral Boundaries of the Nation: The Constitution of National Identity in the South Eastern Border Counties of Ireland'. Accepted subject to revision Global Review of Ethnopolitics. [Synopsis]
  • Muldoon, O., Trew, K., Todd, J., Rougier, N. & McLaughlin, K. (Forthcoming February 2007). 'Religious and National Identity After the Good Friday Agreement'.  Political Psychology. [Synopsis]
  • Muldoon, O., McLaughlin, K., Trew, K., & Rougier, N. (Forthcoming) 'Adolescents' Explanations of Paramilitary Involvement in Ireland'. Journal of Peace Research (Accepted subject to revisions). [Synopsis]
  • McLaughlin, K., Muldoon, O., & Trew, K. (Forthcoming) 'Young people and Ethno-National Identity Along the Border of Northern Ireland'. British Journal of Developmental Psychology (Accepted subject to revisions)..

 

Peer-reviewed publications - Under review

 

  • Cañás Bottos, L., ‘Sovereignty on the Irish Border’, Critique of Anthropology (under review).
  • A SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE of NATIONALISM AND ETHNIC POLITICS, entitled "Social Transformations, Political Conflict and Ethno-National Identity: A Comparative Perspective”, editors, J. Todd, N. Rougier, and L. Cañás Bottos. Commissioned by the journal, subject to review, delivered to the journal March 2006 – expected publication date December 2006 – this will be followed by a BOOK six months later, published by Routledge in the series Nationalism and Ethnicity.
    • Todd, J. O’Keefe, T, Rougier, N & Cañás Bottos, L., Fluid or frozen? Choice, crisis and change in ethno-national identification in contemporary Ireland [Synopsis] ; Bone, J., The Social Map: Cohesion, Conflict and National Identity; Jenkins, R., When Politics and Social Theory Converge: Group Rights in Northern Ireland; Robertson, R., The Increasing Monopolization of Identity by the State; Auer, S., After 1989, Who Are the Czechs? ; Ruane, J., Ethnicity, religion, and Protestants in NI, Cork, and the Gard, France; Klesner, J., Economic Integration and National Identity in Mexico; Ben-Porat, G., Dollar Diplomacy: Globalization, Identity Change and Peace; Argelaguet, J., Subjective National Identities in Catalonia: Evolution, changes and perspectives for the future; Bray, Z., Basque Militant Youths in France: new experiences of ethnonational identity in the European context; Cañás Bottos, L., & Rougier, N., Generations on the Border: Changes in Ethno-national Identity in the Irish Border Area [Synopsis] ; Day, G., Being English in North Wales: inmigration and the inmigrant experience; Ganiel, G., Race, Religion and Identity in South Africa: A case study of a Charismatic Congregation; McLaughlin, K., Trew, K., & Muldoon, O., Religion, ethnicity and group identity: adolescents’ views.

 

Non-peer-reviewed publications

 

  • Cañás Bottos, L., Rougier, N., & Todd, J. 'Generational Reconfiguration of Ethno-National Identities in nthe IrishBorder Area' (2005), ITENIBA Working Papers, WP2005/02.
  • Todd, J., Cañás Bottos, L., McLaughlin, K., Muldoon, O.T., Rougier, N., and Trew, K., ‘Borders, States, and Nations: Contested Boundaries and National Identities in the Irish Border Area’ (2005), Geary Working Papers, WP2005/03. http://www.ucd.ie/geary/publications/2005/GearyWp200503.pdf
  • Muldoon, O., Trew, K., Todd, J., Rougier, N., & McLaughlin, K., ‘The Nature and Meaning of Identity After the Belfast Good Friday Agreement’ (2005), ITENIBA Working Papers, WP2005/03.
  • Muldoon, O., McLaughlin, K., Trew, K., and Rougier, N., ‘Adolescents’ Explanations of Paramilitary Involvement in Ireland’ (2005), ITENIBA Working Papers, WP2005/04.

 


Publications in progress

 

  • Todd, J., 'Identity, Identity Change and Group Boundaries in Northern Ireland', paper presented in Chicago 30 March, to be submitted for publication in an international journal.
  • Todd, J., Muldoon, O., Trew, K., Rougier, N., Cañás Bottos, L., & McLaughlin, K., ‘Modes of Being National: Catholics and Protestants in Ireland, North and South’. Paper co-authored by researchers in both jurisdictions to be prepared in April, for working paper and journal submission.
  • Todd, J., Muldoon, O., Trew, K., Rougier, N., Cañás Bottos, L., & McLaughlin, K., ‘Banal, correct or complex: National identification in contemporary Ireland’. Paper co-authored by researchers in both jurisdictions to be prepared in April, for working paper and journal submission.
  • A THEMATIC ISSUE of NATIONS AND NATIONALISM entitled "Changing national identities as the ethnic frontier opens its borders? Northern Ireland after 1998”. Commissioned by the journal, subject to review, delivered to the journal July 2006. Provisional list of papers includes:
    • Introduction (Ruane, J., and Todd, J). Interface peripheries, diasporas, and nationalisms; shifting forms of national identity and the possible futures of Northern Ireland; Trew, K., Muldoon, O., and Stevenson, C. Stability and change in adolescents' ethno-national preferences; Coakley, J. Ethnonational identity in Northern Ireland: stability or change?; Ruane J. and Butler, D. Possible futures and past trajectories: Protestant identities in the Republic of Ireland. Gilligan, C. The political uses of identity in producing peace in Northern Ireland; Mitchell, C. and Todd, J. Between the devil and the deep blue sea: The changing content of national identity categories for evangelical Protestants in Northern Ireland; O’Keefe, T. Understanding national identity in a changing Ireland; Farrington, C., and Walker, G. Unionist identities in Northern Ireland and Scotland: the impact of the devolutionary re-structuring of the United Kingdom; Rougier, N. Irishness across generation: Narrative negotiations and redefinitions of ethno-national identity in Ireland’s borderlands, North and South.