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  • Amy E. Martin

Martin, A. “Humanity and Victorian Ireland” Special Forum on Victorian Humanity and Its Others, Victorian Review, 2015.


Martin, A. “Representing the ‘Indian Revolution’ of 1857: Towards a Genealogy of Irish Anti-colonialist Internationalism” The Field Day Review No. 8, 2012.


“Fenian Fever: CircumAtlantic Politics and the Modern State” in The Black and Green Atlantic, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009

"Fenians in the Frame: Photographing Irish Political Prisoners" with Breandan Mac Suibhne The Field Day Review No. 1, 2005

"Blood Transfusions: Representing Irish Immigration, the English Working Class, and Revolutionary Possibility in the Work of Carlyle and Engels" Victorian Literature and Culture, 2004 (Cambridge University Press).