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Mrs. Julia Kilroy MA, Phd
|Kilroy, J. (1990) 1990 Banned in Ireland: Censorship and the Irish Writer. London: Rountedge: Athens:University of Georgia Press. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (1975) '1975 The Solitary Traveller in Mrs. Dalloway in Virginia Woolf: A Collection of Essays' In: Thomas S. W. Lewis (eds). -. -: New York: McGraw Hill. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (1999) '1999 censorship~ The Blackwell Companion to Modern Irish Culture' In: W. J. McCormack (eds). Oxford: Blackwell. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2001) '2001 Ireland: Literature~ in Derek Jones~ ed. Censorship: a world encyclopedia' In: London: Fitzroy Dearborn. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Kilroy, J. 'Alan Simpson: The Rose Tattoo, in Jones'. (4):2244-2245. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'Kate O'Brien: The Land of Spices, in Jones'. (3):1749-1750. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'Frank O'Connor, in Jones'. (3):1757-1758. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'Edna O'Brien, in Jones'. (3):1749-1750. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'John McGahern: The Dark, in Jones'. (3):1480-1481. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'Brendan Behan: Borstal Boy, in Jones'. (1):203-204. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'J. M. Synge: The Playboy of the Western World, in Jones'. (4):2362-2363. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. 'Playboy, in Jones'. (3):1877-1878. [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (1990) 1990 ‘Censorship in Ireland’ A Festival of Ireland, Hammersmith. London: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2000) 2001 John Templeton Foundation Conference on Freedom in a Democratic Society. Respondent to Roy Foster,W. B. Yeats and Censorship. NUI, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2006) 2006 ‘‘Just Care’: Nursing and Narration in J. M. Coetzee’s Slow Man’The Patient: A Symposium. Bucknell University, Lewisburg,Pennsylvania: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2008) 2008 ‘Five Fit and Proper Persons’: Who Were the Irish Censors? ESSE, European Society for the Study of English, Aarhus. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2010) “Irish Censors of the 1950s” . NUI,Galway Centre for Human Rights/Notre Dame Symposium, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (1990) 1996 “Perfection is Terrible,” In Krino 1986-1996: An Anthology of Modern Irish Writing. Reviews [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (1998) 1998 to date: Regular reviews of contemporary fiction for Irish national radio, RTE Radio 1 Program, “Off the Shelf”.Available Online at: rte.ie/radio1/offtheshelf/. Reviews [Details]|
|Kilroy, J. (2000) 2000 “Reading the Body, Review of John Phillips, Forbidden Fictions: Pornography and Censorship in 20th Century French Literature. Irish Journal of Feminist Studies. Reviews [Details]|