List of publications is below
LINKS to work accessible online:
Online article, ‘What Ireland ate and drank during the Second World War’, RTÉ Brainstorm, 26 May 2020: https://www.rte.ie/brainstorm/2020/0525/1140447-ireland-emergency-second-world-war-food-drink-black-loaf-tea/
Online article, ‘Coronavirus and how Ireland’s Emergency introduced restrictions on daily life’, RTÉ Brainstorm, 25 March 2020: https://www.rte.ie/brainstorm/2020/0325/1126222-emergency-ireland-1940s-restrictions-coronavirus/
Article on public feeding in WW1: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/ktPWZkrFRPsKuFnUEQVd/full
Latest book available at http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ireland-During-Second-World-War/dp/0719089514
REPORT on food policy in Peru / UK: http://www.wcmt.org.uk/users/bryceevans2014
Links to recent Articles published on food security / food poverty:
Here are a couple of articles I’ve put in the public domain via academia.edu
I frequently contribute articles (like this one) to online magazines: http://www.theirishstory.com/2013/02/11/frank-aiken-nationalist-and-internationalist/
As a member of the History and Policy network, I occasionally publish online ‘opinion pieces’ like this one on ‘moral economy’ in England: and this one http://www.historyandpolicy.org/opinion/opinion_107.html
Here’s a fuller list of my publications:
Food and Aviation in the Twentieth Century: the Pan American Ideal (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020)
‘Selling out on the Revolution for a plate of beans: the role of social eating in Perú’s Civil Conflict, 1980-2000’, in Battlefields and Homefronts: Food in Wartime ed. Justin Nordstrom (University of Arkansas Press, 2020)
- A Different Shade of Green: the Alan McLoughlin Story (Ballpoint, 2014)
- Ireland during the Second World War:Farewell to Plato’s Cave (Manchester University Press, 2014)
- Frank Aiken: Nationalist and Internationalist (Irish Academic Press, 2014)
- Seán Lemass: Democratic Dictator (Collins, 2011)
The History of Social Eating (Bloomsbury Food Biblioguide)
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- ‘Nutritional Reform and Public Feeding in Britain, 1917-1919’, in David Gentilcore and Matt Smith eds., Proteins, Pathologies and Politics: Dietary innovation and disease from the Nineteenth Century (Bloomsbury, 2018).
- ‘The Greatest Famine Film Never Made’, in Marguerite Corporaal, Oona Frawley and Emily Mark-Fitzgerald eds. The Great Famine: Visual and Material Culture (Liverpool University Press, 2018), pp. 144-165
- ‘The Dinner Table in the Second World War and after’, FEAST journal special edition ‘Setting the Table’, 2017, pp. 72-86.
- ‘The Greatest Famine Film Never Made’, History Ireland 25/1, January/February 2017.
- ‘Food, the Emergency and the Lower Class Irish Body, c.1939-45’, in David Durnin and Ian Miller eds Medicine, Health and Irish experiences of Conflict 1914-1945 (Manchester University Press, 2017), 45-61.
- The British ‘National Kitchen’ of the First World War. Journal of War & Culture Studies, 10. ISSN 1752-6272
- ‘Food and Drink at the 1939 New York World’s Fair’ in A Taste of Progress: Food at International and World Exhibitions in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Ashgate, 2015)
- ‘How shall we kill the evening? Adolescence and the second generation in Independent Ireland’, in Adolescence in Modern Irish History (Palgrave, 2015)
- “The most Important Thing in the World’: Food and the Second World War’, Food History 11/2, 2014.
- ‘How Guinness Saved Ireland’, Irish America June/July 2014; History Ireland 22/5 Sept/Oct 2014.
- “A pleasant little game of money-making’: Ireland and the ‘new smuggling’ Eire-Ireland Spring/Summer 2014 pp. 44-68
- ‘Coercion in the Irish countryside’, Irish Economic and Social History 38 (Manchester University Press, 2011)
- ‘Notorious Anarchists: The Irish Smallholder and the State’ in Riotous Assemblies (Mercier, 2010)
- ‘Second Generation Male Youth in Independent Ireland’ in Adolescence in Modern Irish History (forthcoming, Palgrave MacMillan, 2012)
- ‘Fear and Loathing in Liverpool: Local Reactions to the IRA’s 1939 Bombing Campaign’, in Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Historical Society, 2013
- ‘The Irish Left, the 2011 Election, and the European Debt crisis’ in Political Communications in Ireland (forthcoming, Liverpool University Press, 2014)
- ‘The Decision to Introduce Rationing in Ireland’, in A Link in the Chain: Essays in Celebration of Hilda Tweedy (Arlen House, 2011)
- ‘The Construction Corps, 1940-48’, Saothar 32 (2007)
- ‘Responsible Capitalism: A Return to ‘Moral Economy’ in England? History and Policy(February, 2012)
- ‘Anti-Semitism in Ireland and Europe’ in Anti-Semitism in Slovakia and Europe: Proceedings from the Nation’s Memory Institute (forthcoming, Comenius University Bratislava, 2013)
- ‘The Shadow of a Gunman: Ireland’s ‘Architect’ and National Artistic Expression’ (Nordic Irish Studies)