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    Marxism and Deconstruction: A Critical Articulation
    with Eugene W. Holland
    Substance 13 (1): 106. 1984.
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    Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings
    with James Graham-Campbell
    British Academy. 2009.
    Part I: History, Law, Language and Literature1.: Patrick P. O'Neill: The Irish role in the origins of the Old English alphabet: a re-assessment2.: Roy Flechner: An Insular tradition of ecclesiastical law: fifth to eighth century3.: Diarmuid Scully: Bede's Chronica Maiora: early Insular history in a universal context4.: Damian Bracken: Rome and the Isles: Ireland, England and the Rhetoric of Orthodoxy5.: Paul Russell: 'Ye shall know them by their names': names and identity among the Irish and the…Read more
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    Walk in Honour of Justice Terry Connolly
    with Katherine Armytage, Steven Whybrow, Phillips Fox, Councillor Jayne Reece, Paul Salinas, Theresa Miskle, John Nicholl, and Sam Hicks
    Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology. forthcoming.
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    How evolutionary history shapes recognition mechanisms
    with Steven M. Phelps and A. Stanley Rand
    Trends in Cognitive Sciences 5 (4): 143-148. 2001.
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    The Derrynaflan Hoard and Early Irish Art
    Speculum 72 (4): 995-1017. 1997.
    The discovery in 1980 of a hoard of church plate in the ancient monastery of Derrynaflan, Co. Tipperary, Ireland , at a stroke added significantly to the corpus of Insular metalwork, extended our knowledge of early-medieval European altar plate, and raised afresh important questions about patronage, craft organization, wealth, trade, and exchange. Issues of importance to the interpretation of the history of early-medieval Ireland brought into sharp focus included the relative significance of the…Read more
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    Framing, Switching and Preference Reversals
    Theory and Decision 57 (3): 181-211. 2004.
    An explicitly frame related interpretation of a very general more for less result is used to establish a correspondingly general class of frame related switching results. These are used in turn to show how preference reversals of kinds found by Allais and others may not only be essentially non-paradoxical in character, but can be expected to be frequently observed, even under conditions of certainty and of complete information
  • Soviet Society Today
    with Michael Rywkin
    Science and Society 56 (2): 201-203. 1992.