‘Lifting the Veil on Entrepreneurial Irishwomen : Running Convents in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales’,
History Ireland, Volume 11, No 4, Winter, 2003, pp.23-28
‘Revolving Retailers: when Woolies left Ireland, 1984’
History Ireland, Volume 19 no.5, September/October 2011, pp.44-45
‘Cruelty and Compassion in the Convents : Were Irishwomen key to the rise of religious life in the nineteenth century?’
Maynooth University History Forum, 2nd Annual Conference Papers, 2013.
‘Chain Store Retailing in Ireland : A case study of F.W.Woolworth & Co.Ltd. 1914- 2008’,
Journal of Historical Research in Marketing, Volume 6 Number 1, 2014, pp. 98-115
(Bingley, UK Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.)
ISBN 978-1-78350-6231 and ISSN 1755-750X
‘Lifting the Veil on the Business of Running Convents 1850-1917: The Economic, Political and Social Background’,
Journal of the Essex Recusant Society, No.7, 2015, pp.7-18
‘Scottish Girls who served behind the lines in World War One'
The Scottish Genealogist : Quarterly Journal of the Scottish Genealogy Society
Vol. LXIII No.1, March 2016, pp.18- 23
‘Armistice Days in Dublin as viewed by ex-members of the Irish Command of WAAC/QMAAC 1917-1919'
History Ireland, Volume 26, No 6, November/December 2018, pp.36-39