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UCD School of Social Justice - Research Publications 2010/11

Below is the list of research publications for the UCD School of Social Justice in the academic year 2010/11




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Book Chapters
Professor Kathleen Lynch
Crean, Mags and Lynch, Kathleen (2011) 'Resistance, Struggle and Survival: The University as a Site for Transformative Education' In: O'Shea, Andrew and O'Brien, Maeve (eds). Pedagogy, Oppression and Transformation in a 'Post-Critical' Climate. London: Continuum International Publishing Group pp51-68.  
Dr Mary McAuliffe
Mary McAuliffe (2010) ''Blood on the Walls': Gender, History and Writing the Armagh women'' In: Gillian McIntosh & Diane Urquhart (eds). Irish Women at War; the Twentieth century. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. Available Online  
Dr Katherine O'Donnell
O'Donnell, Katherine (2011) 'Aisling Gheár, A Terrible Beauty: The Gaelic Background to Burke's Enquiry' In: Michael Funk Deckard, Koen Vermeir (eds). The Science of Sensibility. New York: Springer Publishing.  
Dr Judy Walsh
Judy Walsh (2010) 'Commentary on EM (Lebanon) v Secretary of State for the Home Department' In: Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley (eds). Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice. Oxford; Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing. Available Online  
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Peer Reviewed Journals
Dr Sara Cantillon
Cantillon,S. (2011) 'Making Equality Count - A Review'. Administration, 59 (2).  
Professor Kathleen Lynch
Lynch,Kathleen et Payet, Jean-Paul (2011) 'L'égalité en éducation: redistribution, reconnaissance, représentation et relations affectives'. Éducation et Sociétés Revue Internationale de Sociologie de L'Education, 27 (1):5-22.  
Lynch, Kathleen, Guest Editor (2011) 'Redistribution, Reconnaissance..Justice'. Éducation et Sociétés Revue Internationale de Sociologie de L'Education, 27 (1).  
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Other Journals
Professor Kathleen Lynch
Lynch, Kathleen (2011) 'The Culture of Education: Unearthing Silences and Uncomfortable Subjects' Le Chéile, (5):135-141.  
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Conference Publications
Professor Kathleen Lynch
Lynch, Kathleen (2010) Affective Inequality: Love, Care and Solidarity as Productive Forces . In: Orebro University, Sweden eds. Love in our Time:a Question for Feminism: GEXcel Research Papers Theme 10:,  
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Published Reports
Ms Ursula Barry
Ursula Barry (2011) Provision of out-of-school care in Ireland. UCD School of Social Justice Working Papers EU Website, Dublin.  
Ursula Barry (2011) Gender Perspective on the National Reform Programme for Employment. Ireland. UCD School of Social Justice Working Papers EU Website, Dublin.  
Barry, Ursula (2010) Short Report on Migrant Women in Ireland. UCD School of Social Justice, Dublin. Available Online  
Dr Sara Cantillon
Cantillon, S., and Vasquez del Aguila, E. (2011) The Economic Case for Non-Discrimination. EU Commission, EU Network of Socio Economic Experts in Discrimination, Dublin.  
Cantillon, S. and Vasquez del Aguila, E. (2011) Active Ageing: Older Workers in the Labour Market. EU Commission, EU Network of Socio Economic Experts in Discrimination, Dublin.  
Dr Ernesto Vasquez Del Aguila
Cantillon, S., and Vasquez del Aguila, E. (2011) The Economic Case for Non-Discrimination. EU Commission, EU Network of Socio Economic Experts in Discrimination, Dublin.  
Cantillon, S. and Vasquez del Aguila, E. (2011) Active Ageing: Older Workers in the Labour Market. EU Commission, EU Network of Socio Economic Experts in Discrimination, Dublin.  
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Other Publications
Professor John Baker
Lewis, E. and Baker, J. (2010) Investigating Equality. UK: Website article. Available Online  
Dr Katherine O'Donnell
O'Donnell, Katherine (2011) Thoughts on a New Ireland: Oral History and the Magdalene Laundries. Human Rights in Ireland: Website article. Available Online  
Katherine O'Donnell (2010) A Genealogy of Irish Queer Writing. Lampeter: Foreword.  
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