1972 First World War Posters and Second World

Posters, with Joseph Darracott

1975 Article, "Laughter and Violence", on cartoons

in Northern Ireland, Hibernia, November

1977 Article, "Will the real King Billy please stand

up?" on history of Ulster imagery of William

III, Fortnight, 18 February

1977-8 Reviews of Belfast exhibitions for

Introspect and article on art education in

Northern Ireland, republished Irish Press

1978-83 Occasional art reviews for Radio Ulster

1978 Marching Workers, on Irish trade union

banners and regalia, published by Arts

Councils of Ireland and Northern Ireland

1979 Article,"Family Album", on press photos in

Northern Ireland, in Camerawork, No 14

1980 Article, "Images for Sale: Government and

Security Advertising in Northern Ireland

1968-1978", Oxford Art Journal, vol 3 no 2

1981-7 Reviews of Irish exhibitions for

CIRCA Art Magazine

1981 Article, "Mother Ireland and the Troubles:

Artist, Model and Reality", CIRCA

1983 Article, "Political posters in the Northern

Ireland conflict: putting propaganda in its

place", ICOGRAPHIC, vol 11 no 4

Article, "Loyalist Wall-Paintings, CIRCA no 9

Radio Ulster programme on Irish trade

union banners

Article, "Photography, Art and Politics: How

the English make pictures of Northern

Ireland's Troubles", CIRCA no 13

1986 Co-edited with David Brett, CIRCA

no 26, The Religious Issue, dealing with

art and religion in Ireland, including own

article, "Matters of Life and Death", on

Protestant and Catholic ways of seeing

death in Northern Ireland

1986-7 Northern Ireland contributor for Artists


1988 Article, "Northern Ireland 1968-1988: Enter

an Art Historian in search of a useful

theory" CIRCA no 40, republished in

extended version in Picturing Power:

Sociological Review monograph 35,

ed Gordon Fyfe and John Law,

Routledge & Kegan Paul

1990 Article, "Mother Ireland and Loyalist Ladies"

in CIRCA no 51

Book, Mirrors: William III & Mother Ireland,

Picture Press

1994 Book, Mirrors: Orange & Green, Picture Press

1996 Article, "Seeing is Believing" on visual

propaganda used in pre-1968 elections in

Northern Ireland, Causeway vol 3 no 2

2002 Introductory article for catalogue of Troubled

Images, exhibition of posters and ephemera

from Linen Hall Library, Belfast

Copies of my Ph.D thesis are lodged with the Linen Hall Library (Political Collection) and the library of the University of Ulster, both in Belfast. My two books, Mirrors: William III & Mother Ireland and Mirrors: Orange & Green, are both available from me, at £9.95 each plus relevant postage and packing (£5 for the United Kingdom).

Cover title of Marching Workers,

monograph exhibition catalogue

of Irish trade union banners and regalia,

published by Arts Councils of Ireland

and Northern Ireland, 1978