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Dr Gearoid Barry BA, PhD
|Barry, G. (2012) THE DISARMAMENT OF HATRED.' Marc Sangnier, French Catholicism and the legacy of the First World War, 1914-45 . Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2010) 'The Crusade of Youth.”: Pacifism and the militarization of youth culture in Marc Sangnier’s peace congresses, 1923-32' In: Jennifer Keene & Michael A. Neiberg (eds). Finding Common Ground: New Directions in First World War Studies. Leiden: Brill. [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2005) 'Warfare and Belligerence. Perspectives in First World War Studies' In: Pierre Purseigle (eds). ‘Marc Sangnier’s War, 1914-1919: Portrait of a Soldier, Catholic and Social Activist’. Leiden: Brill. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Barry, G (2011) 'Marc Sangnier and 'the Other Germany': The Freiburg International Democratic Peace Congress and the Ruhr invasion, 1923'. European History Quarterly, 41 :25-49. [DOI] [Details]|
|Barry, G (2009) 'Rehabilitating a Radical Catholic: Pope Benedict XV and Marc Sangnier, 1914-1922'. Journal Of Ecclesiastical History, 60 :514-533. [DOI] [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2012) Review of François Bouloc, Les profiteurs de guerre, 1914-18 (Brussels: Editions Complexe, 2008) in First World War Studies, vol. 3 (2012), pp. 118-20. Book Review [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2011) Review of Matt Perry, Memory of War in France, 1914-45: César Fauxbras, the Voice of the Lowly (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) in Reviews in History, Institute of Historical Research (review no. 1112). Book Review [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2010) Un intellectuel catholique sous la IIIe République (1869-1939). Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Ecole française de Rome: Book Review [Details]|
|Barry, G (2010) Maurice Blondel, social Catholicism, and Action Francaise. The clash over the Church's role in society during the Modernist era. Book Review [DOI] [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2008) Capital Cities at War, A Cultural History. H-France Review. Cambridge & New York: Reviews [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2008) Peter J. Bernardi, Maurice Blondel, Social Catholicism, & Action Française. The Clash over the Church's Social Role in Society during the Modernist Era. Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Washington D.C: Reviews [Details]|
|Barry, G. (2006) Charles Williams, Pétain: How the Hero of France became a Convicted Traitor and Changed the Course of History. H-France Review. Basingstoke and New York: Reviews [Details]|