Professor LIam Kennedy
Recent articles include:
“The Situation Room, Washington, DC, 2011,” in Getting the Picture, eds. Jason Hill and Vanessa Schwartz (London: Bloomsbury, 2015)
“Obliterating Distance,” in US Foreign Policy and the Other, eds. Michael Patrick Cullinane and David Ryan (New York: Berghahn Books, 2014)
‘Magnum’s Global Enterprise,’ in Reading Magnum: A Visual Archive of the Modern World, ed. Stephen Hoelscher (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2013)
‘Soldier Photography,’ in War/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and It’s Aftermath, ed. Anne Wilkes Tucker (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013)
(with Stephen Shapiro), ‘Introduction: All the Pieces that Matter,’ in The Wire: Race, Class and Genre, eds. Liam Kennedy and Stephen Shapiro (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012), 1-11
(with Stephen Shapiro), ‘Tales of the Neoliberal City,’ in The Wire: Race, Class and Genre, eds. Liam Kennedy and Stephen Shapiro (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012), 147-69
‘Looking for America,’ in America Where?, eds. Isabel Caldeira, Maria Jose Canelo, and Irene Ramalho Santos (Bern: Peter Lang, 2012)
‘Seeing and Believing,’ Public Culture 24.2 (2012), 261-81
‘Visual Blowback,’ in Getting Closer: Amateur Images and Global News, eds. Kari Andén-Papadopoulos and Mervi Pantti (Bristol: Intellect Books, 2012), 159-74
‘”A Compassionate Vision”: Larry Burrows’ Vietnam War Photography,’ Photography and Culture 4.2 (July 2011), 179-94
‘Democratic Vistas,’ in Pictorial Cultures and Political Iconographies, eds. Udo Hebel and Christoph Wagner (Berlin: deGruyter, 2011), 335-54
‘American Studies Without Tears, or, What Does America Want?’, Transatlantic American Studies, 1, 1 (2009), http://repositories.cdlib.org/acgcc/jtas/vol1/iss1/art9/
‘Spectres of Comparison: American Studies and the United States of the West’, in Reconfiguring American Studies: A New Anthology, eds. Janice Radway, Barry Shank, Kevin Gaines, and Penny von Eschen (Oxford: Blackwell, 2009)
‘American Studies Without Tears’, Rivista di Studi Anglo-americani (2009), 26-37.
‘Between Exceptionalism and Universalism,’ in Globalisation, Political Violence and Translation, ed. Esperanca Bielsa and Christopher Hughes (London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009)
‘Frederick Douglass’ Fifth of July Address’, in A New Literary History of America, eds. Greil Marcus and Werner Sollors (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009)
“Desert of the Real: Liberal Anxieties and the Neoliberal Novel,” Neoliberalism and American Literature Conference, University College Dublin, April 2015
“Photojournalism and War in a Post-photographic Age,” Photography and Place Conference, University of Eistadtt, December 2014
‘The Elusive Enemy: Zero Dark Thirty and the American Worldview,’ Narrative Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, June 2013
‘Framing the War on Terror’, Images of Terror, Narratives of (In)Security Conference, University of Lisbon, April 2013.
‘Insights from the Outside: Approaches to the Study of Americans Abroad,’ American Studies Association Conference, Puerto Rico, November 2012
‘Images of the Arab Spring’, Media and the Arab Spring Conference, University College Dublin, April 2012
‘The Situation Room’, British Association for American Studies Postgraduate Conference, University of Birmingham, November 2011
‘Witnessing US Foreign Policy’, Dartmouth Summer Institute: The Futures of American Studies, Dartmouth College, June 2011
‘Memory and Vietnam War Photography’, History, Memory and US Foreign Relations Conference, University College Dublin, April 2011
‘Compassionate Visions’, Atrocity and Photography Conference, Prato, Italy, June 2010
‘On Photography and Post-9/11 Visual Culture’, Before and After 9/11 Conference, University of Leicester, June 2010
‘Photography and Human Rights’, Conference on Media and Human Rights, British Library, London, January 2009
‘The New Photojournalism: Documenting US Foreign Policy after the Vietnam War’, Conference on War and American Identity, University College Dublin, March 2009
‘Looking for America’ America Where? Conference, University of Coimbra, Portugal, June 2009
‘What Is a Conflict Photograph?’, Conference on Photography and International Conflict, University College Dublin, June 2009
Dr. Eugenio Lilli
Book: “New Beginning in US-Muslim Relations: President Obama and the Arab Awakening”,Palgrave-Macmillan (2016).
Article:“The Arab Awakening and US Counterterrorism in the Greater Middle East: A Missed Opportunity”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.6, Issue 2, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, May 2015.
Book Chapter: “Foreign Actors: A Double-Edged Sword Over Contentious Politics In The Middle East”, in “Contentious Politics in the Middle East”, edited by Fawaz A. Gerges, Palgrave-Macmilllan, 2015.
Book Chapter: “ON INTERVENTION: NATO After Libya – Current and future Challenges”, in “Global Challenges to the Transatlantic World”, edited by C. Crespo, Dd. Wallace, D. Silander, I. Albella, Alcalá de Henares: Instituto Franklin-UAH, 2015.
Book Review:The Arab Uprising: The Unfinished Revolutions of the New Middle East by Marc Lynch, Global Policy Journal, December 28, 2013.
Book Review: “Bending History: Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy by Martin S. Indyk et al”, Global Policy Journal, May 30, 2012.
Article:“The Illusion of US Isolationism”,Cornell International Affairs Review, Vol. V, Issue I, Fall 2011.
Opinion Piece:“The Peril of Hasty Triumphalism and Osama bin Laden’s Death”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.2, Issue 1, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, May 2011.
Opinion Piece:“Revolts in the Arab World: Is It Bad News for Islamic Terrorists?”, Journal of Terrorism Research, Vol.2, Issue 1, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, St Andrews University, April 2011.
Article:“Obama’s Global War On Terror”, World Defence Systems, KCL Centre for Defence Studies, Atalink, London, Vol.2, 2010
Dr. Jack Thompson
Book Chapters and Journal Articles
“‘Internationalists in Isolationist times’: Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt and a Rooseveltian Maxim,” with Dr. J. Simon Rofe, Journal of Transatlantic Studies 9 (March 2011): 46-62
“Theodore Roosevelt and the Press,” in Serge Ricard, ed., A Companion to Theodore Roosevelt, New York: Wiley-Blackwell (September 23, 2011)
“‘Panic-Struck Senators, Businessmen and Everybody Else’: Theodore Roosevelt, Public Opinion and the Intervention in Panama,” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal 32 (Winter/Spring 2011): 7-28
“The Politics of Transatlantic Relations,” Hans Krabbendam and John M. Thompson, eds., America’s Transatlantic Turn: Theodore Roosevelt and the “Discovery” of Europe (forthcoming from Palgrave Macmillan)
Dr. David Gray
David A. Gray, “Managing Motivation: The Seth Seiders Syndicate and the Motivational Publicity Business in the 1920s.” Winterthur Portfolio, spring 2010, v. 44 n. 1.
Book review: Joel Pfister, Critique for What? Cultural Studies, American Studies, Left Studies. Journal of American Studies, Volume 43, Issue 3, December 2009.