Weeder of Wreckage: Documentary and Death in the Poetry of Lorna Dee Cervantes. Oxford: Peter Lang. Forthcoming: 2017.


“Twessays: Recontextualising the Essay in the Digital Age.” Hybrid Pedagogy. 8 Feb 2017. Web.

“Greasers, Gringos and Wetbacks: Ventriloquising the U.S-Mexico Borderlands in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Dramatic Monologues.” Forum for Modern Language Studies. (Submitted April 2016: Under Peer Review).

“’Love American Style’: Race, Cuban Identity and Cultural Tyranny in Showtime’s Dexter.” American Studies Today Online. Vol 19. May 2012. Web.

“Anti-Capitalist Critique and Travelling Poetry in the Works of Lorna Dee Cervantes and Rage Against the Machine.” Forum for Inter American Research. Vol 5 Issue 1. April 2012. Web. 


“Biography | Lorna Dee Cervantes.” The Literary Encyclopedia. (Forthcoming Summer 2016).


C. O’Mahony, B. Higgs, D. Alexander, S. Kilcommins, A. C. Ryan, D. Blackshields, M. McCarthy, K. O’Sullivan, J. Cronin. “Scholarship of Teaching for Transitions: FINAL REPORT Part 1: A review of scholarly work and educator understanding of Pedagogies of Transition: Implications for impact.The National Forum for the Enhancement of the Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. 2015.

“Recognition, Reward, and Impact: A Review of the National Rewards for Excellence in Teaching in Higher Education.” (Co-authored with Catherine O’Mahony). NAIRTL. 2015. Web.


“Review | Our Lady of Controversy: Alma López’s Irreverent Apparition edited By Alicia Gaspar de Alba and Alma López.” Irish Journal for American Studies, Issue 3. November 2014. Web.

“A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness: Writings, 2000-2010. By Cherríe L. Moraga.” Aigne, Issue 2. Fall 2012. Web.


“Teaching with Letters of 1916.” Letters of 1916. Published: 22 February 2016. 

“Bringing Lorna Dee Cervantes to Ireland.” The SALSA Collective. Published: 3 September 2014.

“Borderlands, Wounds and Women: Discovering Chicana Poetry.” Postgraduate Contemporary Women’s Writing Network (PCWWN), Published: 09 October 2013.

Ciento: 100 100 Word Love Poems | Review.Aztlán Reads. Published: March 2012.