A. Major Articles and Book Chapters

B. Shorter Articles


A. Major Articles and Book Chapters by Fintan Lane

1. ‘William Upton’ in John Cunningham and Emmet O’Connor (eds), Studies in Irish Radical Leadership (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016), pp 55–67.

2. ‘William Thompson, bankruptcy and the west Cork estate, 1808-1834′, in Irish Historical Studies, vol. xxxix, no. 153 (May 2014), pp 24–39.

3. ‘Benjamin Pelin, the Knights of the Plough and social radicalism, 1852-1934′ in Brian Casey (ed.), Defying the Law of the Land: Agrarian Radicals in Irish History (Dublin: The History Press, 2013), pp 176–200.

4. ‘James Connolly’s Labour in Irish History’ in Fiona Dukelow and Orla O’Donovan (eds), Mobilising Classics: Reading Radical Writing in Ireland (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010), pp 38–53.

5. ‘William Thompson, class and his Irish context, 1775-1833′ in Fintan Lane (ed.), Politics, Society and the Middle Class in Modern Ireland (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp 21–47.

6. ‘Michael Davitt and the Irish working class’ in Fintan Lane and Andrew Newby (eds), Michael Davitt: New Perspectives (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009), pp 75–98.

7. ‘Envisaging labour history: some reflections on Irish historiography and the working class’ in Francis Devine, Fintan Lane and Niamh Puirseil (eds), Essays in Irish Labour History (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2008), pp 9–25.

8. ‘Rural labourers, social change and politics in late nineteenth-century Ireland’ in Fintan Lane and Donal O Drisceoil (eds), Politics and the Irish Working Class, 1830-1945 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp 113–39.

9. ‘Contradicting the Bolsheviks: Anton Pannekoek and European Marxism’ (review article) in Saothar, vol. 30 (2005), pp 103–13.

10. ‘Musical bands and local identities’ in John Crowley, R.J.N. Devoy, D. Linehan and P. O’Flanagan (eds), Atlas of Cork City (Cork: Cork University Press, 2005), pp 209–12.

11. ‘P.F. Johnson, nationalism and Irish rural labourers, 1869-1882′ in Irish Historical Studies, vol. xxxiii, no. 130 (November 2002), pp 191–208.

12. ‘Music and violence in working-class Cork: the “band nuisance”, 1879-1882′ in Saothar, vol. 24 (1999), pp 17–31.


B. Shorter Articles by Fintan Lane

1. Entry on Eugene Crean (1854–1939), home rule MP, in James McGuire and James Quinn (eds), Dictionary of Irish Biography, vol. 2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp 984–5.

2. ‘Bowling journey down history’s lengthy road’ in Evening Echo, 20 November 2009.

3. Entry on Roger Casement (1864–1916) in Immanuel Ness (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest (New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), pp 619–20.

4. ‘”Practical anarchists, we”: social revolutionaries in Dublin, 1885–87’, in History Ireland, vol. 16, no. 2 (2008), pp 16–21. This article can be read online here.

5. ‘Michael McCarthy Quirke of Carrigroe’ [road bowler fl.1920s] in Ardfield/Rathbarry Journal, vol. 5, (2006–7), pp 5–6.

6. ‘”Fight on to the last man”: A letter to Liam Lynch, March 1923’, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, vol. 108 (2003), pp 159–62.

7. ‘Miriam Daly, 1935–80’, Saothar, vol. 27 (2002), pp 101–2.

8. ‘William Upton, 1845–1925’, Saothar, vol. 26 (2001), pp 87–8.

9. ‘James Connolly’s 1901 census return’, Saothar, vol. 25 (2000), pp 103–6.

10. ‘William Morris and Irish politics’, History Ireland, vol. 8, no. 1 (2000), pp 22–5.       This article can be read online here. For a related letter by the author on ‘William Morris in Ireland’ in History Ireland, vol. 8, no. 3 (2000), see here.

11. ‘The Parnellite connection: Daniel John Hishon and the Joyces’, James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 37, no. 1 (1999), pp 225–8.

12. ‘The emergence of modern Irish socialism, 1885-87′, Red and Black Revolution, vol. 3 (1998), pp 19–22.