(The median citation count of Eire-Ireland is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
When Monuments Fall: The Significance of Decommemorating2
Yeats's Girls: Rereading "Leda" in the Light of #MeToo1
British Conspiracy Theories and the Irish War of Independence1
Wherever Green Is Orange1
Voting on Abortion Again and Again and Again: Campaign Efforts and Effects1
How Revolutionary Was the "Irish Revolution"?1
Tracking the Great Famine's "Coffin Ships" across the Digital Deep1
"Nuns Don't Get Cervical Cancer": A Reproductive-Justice Approach to Understanding the Cervical-Cancer Prevention Crisis in Ireland1
Shame and the Breastfeeding Mother in Ireland1
Politics and Narrative in Ireland's Decade of Commemorations1
Collecting Heaney’s Poems, Familiar and Unfamiliar0
The Room Where MacNeice Wrote "Snow" and the Invention of Northern Irish Poetry0
Gendered Silence and Misdiagnosis in the Clinical Encounter: Celia de Fréine's Blood Debts and the Hepatitis C Scandal in Ireland0
The Treatment of Militant Anti-Treaty Women in Kerry by the National Army during the Irish Civil War0
The Irish Republic after the Crisis: Commemorating the Easter Rising in the 2016 Election Campaign0
"Deoraidhthe Síora gan Sgíth gan Sos": John O'Mahony and the Development of a Diasporic Gaelic Print Culture0
Taking the History out of the Decade of Centenaries: Narratives, Rituals, and Symbols in British Identities in Northern Ireland0
Our Friends: The Colums and the Joyces0
The Centenary on Screen: Transnational Productions of the Easter Rising0
Three Conceptions of Civil War Politics0
Direct Provision, Immigrant Detention, and the Wonderful World of Avoca0
Remembering the Rising and the End of Empire0
Greek Tragedy and Irish Politics in the Decade of Commemorations0
John McGahern: The Sociology of Honor, Status, and Shame0
Seamus Heaney’s Audio Archive0
"A Hundred Little Violences, a Hundred Little Wounds": Personal Disclosure, Shame, and Privacy in Ireland's Abortion Access0
Seamus Heaney’s Desks: Stages of Writing0
Julie Morrissy0
A New Ranch War?: Cattle Driving and Civil War Agrarian Disorder, 1922–230
Transatlantic Railroad0
Dictionaries, Translations, and the Turn to Antiquity in the Benjamin Iveagh Library0
Rethinking Commemorative Narratives through Exhibition: The Contact Relics of Michael Collins0
Clashmealcon Caves: Civil War History and Memory under Siege in North Kerry0
Seán Hewitt0
Talamh an Éisc: A New World Toponym in Irish-Language Sources0
"There Is No Limit to What Could Be Done": Considering the Past and Potential of Irish Queer Health Activism0
Editors' Introduction: The Civil War of 1922–230
Hauntology in Practice: Commemorating Partition in the Age of Brexit0
"We Can't Keep Painting Over Our Problems": Murals, Social Media, and Feminist Activism in Ireland0
Editors' Introduction: Women's Health and Reproductive Justice in Ireland0
"This Abominable Evil Is the Source of Fetid Corruption": The IRA's 1920 War on Poitín0
"It's Most Peculiar That This Particular Story Doesn't Get Told": A Reproductive-Justice Analysis of Storytelling in the Repeal Campaign in Ireland, 2012–180
Nithy Kasa0
Faith, Fundraising, and Community in Modern Ireland: Building Cork's New Churches, 1953–660
Jack B. Yeats's Punch Cartoons during the Great War0
The Scab Incarnate? A Critical Reassessment of Pinkerton James McParlan0
Commemorating Women's Histories during the Irish Decade of Centenaries0
William Lloyd Garrison, the Irish, and Imagining Transatlantic Abolition0
Behind the Scenes: Rediscovering the Theater Designs of Anne Yeats0
Editor’s Introduction0
Craft, Politics, Collaboration: The Irish National Banner, 18900
“Diving for Crucibles”: Seamus Heaney, Barrie Cooke, and Bog Poems0
Diary: Abortion in Northern Ireland0
Scéal scéil/hearsay0
The Seamus Heaney Archives0
After 2013: Poems and Poets in Conversation0
Grace Wilentz0
Stephen Sexton0
The Politics of Pluralism: Historians and Easter 20160
Neutral Northerners during the Irish Civil War: A Biographical Study0
The Silence and the Silence Breakers of the Irish Civil War, 1922–20220
Holding the State to Account: "Picking Up the Threads" for Women Who Have Died in Irish Maternity Services0
Physical Degeneracy and Racial Fitness in Prewar Ireland0
"One Little Slice, from a Child's Point of View": Locating Childhood Experience during the Civil War in County Kerry in Archived Oral History0
Repeal, Revolution, Abolitionism: The Formation of Irish American Identity, 1840–450
Embodiment, Abstraction, and Hidden Reproductive History0
Photographing Seamus0
Bodies under the Law: Feminist Artistic Practice and the Struggle to #Repealthe8th0
Remembering Schism: Commemoration of the Irish Civil War and Contested Narratives in the Contemporary Republican "Family"0
Big House Burnings in County Tipperary during the Irish Civil War0
Gail McConnell0
From Chimera to Catastrophe: Speculative Urbanization and Contemporary Irish Culture0
Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe0
Annemarie Ní Churreáin0
Victoria Kennefick0
Civil Administration and Economic Endowments in the Munster Republic's "Real Capital," July–August 19220
"Like a Homing Bird to Its Nest": Irish Writers and Mid-Century U.S. Magazines0
"Permanent Reminders": Digital Archives and the Irish Commemorative Impulse0
Seamus Heaney: Afterlives in Ireland’s Public Domain0
Remembering to Forget: Heaney and 1798 Revisited0