Publications & Presentations

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles:

Burroughs, E. (2015) Discursive Representations of “Illegal Immigration” in the Irish Newsprint Media: The Domination and Multiple Facets of the “Control” Argumentation, Discourse and Society, 26(2), 165-183. First published online 4 December 2014, available online here 04/12/2014. DOI: 10.1177/0957926514556029

Burroughs, E. (2015) The Discourse of Controlling Illegal Immigration in Irish Parliamentary Texts, Journal of Language and Politics, 14(4), 479-500.

Hobbs, A., Burroughs, E., and McGloughlin, J. S. (2014) Improving formal research training: developments at NUI Maynooth, Ireland, Geojournal, Special issue on International PhD Programs in Geography. Published on-line 22 August 2014,available here. DOI 10.1007/s10708-014-9588-0

Burroughs, E. and O’Reilly, Z. (2013) Discursive Representations of Asylum Seekers and Illegal Immigrants in Ireland, Journal of Arts and Humanities (Ars and Humanitas). Issue 7, VII/2, 59-70. Published as part of a special issue on migration in Europe (Available here).

Peer Reviewed Book:

Burroughs, E. (2015) Political and Media Discourses of Illegal Immigration in Ireland, Political Discourses Book Series, Nomos Verlag, Baden-Baden, Germany. The publication of this book is funded by Nomos Verlag.

Peer Reviewed Book Chapter:

Burroughs, E. (2016) Irregular Migrants in Ireland and the United States of America: Discursive Representations by Irish Parliamentary Members (Chapter 7) in Public and Political Discourses of Migration, edited by Haynes, A., Power, M.J., Devereux, E., Dillane, A. and Carr, J. Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, Maryland. This book is part of the book series “Power, Discourse and Society” by Rowman and Littlefield International.

Book Reviews:

Burroughs, E. (2015) Review of Life Interrupted: Trafficking into Forced Labor in the United States (2014) by Denise Brennan, Emotion, Space and Society, 14C, p.1-2, Published Online 21 Nov 2014. Available here: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Q48a6F9IF6llh

Burroughs, E., Review of Immigration Dialectic: Imagining Community, Economy, and Nation (2011) by Harald Bauder, National Identities. Forthcoming, Accepted for Publication 03 December 2014.

Non-Refereed Publications:

Moore-Cherry, N., Quin, S., and Burroughs, E., (2015) Why Students Leave: Findings from Qualitative Research into Student Non-Completion at Third Level in Ireland. Focused Research Report No. 4 2015, National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Paper available here.

Burroughs, E. (2014) Irish Newsprint Media Representations of Immigration and Emigration in the Aftermath of the Economic Crisis: A Focus on the Year 2012, Conference of Irish Geographers ProceedingsPaper available here.

Burroughs, E. (2012) Irish Institutional Discourses of Illegal Immigration: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach, PhD Thesis, Maynooth University, Ireland. Available from: http://eprints.nuim.ie/4330/

Burroughs, E. (2011) Theories of Power and Governance: From Gramsci’s Hegemony to Foucault’s Governmentality, Milieu 2011: Journal of the Maynooth University Geography Society, 34th Edition, 18-19. Paper Available Here

Hobbs, A., Burroughs, E., and McGloughlin, J. S., (2010) Formal PhD training experienced by National University of Ireland Maynooth Geography Students, In Murphy, J., Griffin, C. and Higgs, B. (2010) Research-Teaching Linkages: Practice and Policy. Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the National Academy for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, November 2009. Cork: NAIRTLI, 164-165. To view see:  http://www.nairtl.ie/documents/Research%20Teaching%20Linkages.pdf

Burroughs, E. (2010) Researching Illegal Immigration in Ireland: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach, Milieu 2010: Journal of the Maynooth University Geography Society, 33rd Edition, 35-36. Paper Available Here

Burroughs, E. (2009) Investigating Illegality, Milieu 2009: Journal of the Maynooth University Geography Society, 32nd Edition, 19-21. Paper Available Here

Brennan, E. (2006) The Invisibility of Children in Migration Theory and Literature: A Case-Study of Children’s Migration in Ireland, MA Thesis, University College Dublin, Ireland.

Presentations:

Burroughs, E. (2016) Discursively and Visually Deconstructing the European Migration “Crisis”, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, 29 March – April 2, 2016. Session: European Migration Crisis I.

Burroughs, E. (2015) Why do students leave higher education? Findings from Qualitative Research in Ireland, National Symposium for Student Led Learning, Griffith College Dublin, 11 June 2015.

Burroughs, E. (2015) Online Representations of Migration in the Mediterranean, Conference of Irish Geographers, Queen’s University, Belfast, 21-24 May 2015.

Burroughs, E. (2015) Irish Institutional Discourses of Illegal Immigration: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach. Conference of Irish Geographers, Queen’s University, Belfast, 21-24 May 2015. Session: Post-Graduate Research Award.

Burroughs, E. (2015) Discursive and Visual Representations of Migration Online, Association of American Geographers, Chicago 21-25 April 2015. Session: Articulating Discourse Analysis in Geography: Method, Practice and Process.

Burroughs, E. (2014) Irish Newsprint Media Representations of Immigration and Emigration in the Aftermath of the Economic Crisis: A Focus on the Year 2012. Conference of Irish Geographers, University College Dublin, 8-10 May 2014.

Burroughs, E. (2014) Irish Parliamentary Members’ Discursive Representations of “Illegal Immigrants” in Ireland and “Undocumented” Irish Migrants in the US. In the Frame? Public and Political Discourses of Migration, University of Limerick, 24-25 April 2014.

Burroughs, E. (2012) Irish Parliamentary Discourses of Migration and Nationhood. Political Studies Association of Ireland, Postgraduate Conference, Maynooth University, 22-23 June 2012.

Burroughs, E. (2012) Portrayals of Illegal Immigration in the Irish Newsprint Media: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach. European Association of Geographers Conference, St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, 1-2 June 2012.

Burroughs, E. (2012) Representations of Illegal Immigration and Nationhood in Irish Parliamentary Discourses: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach. Conference of Irish Geographers, Trinity College Dublin, 25-27 May 2012.

Burroughs, E. (2011) Public Discourses on Illegal Immigration in Ireland: Findings from a Critical Discourse Analysis of Parliamentary Discourses and Newsprint Media. Conference of Irish Geographers, Mary Immaculate College Limerick, 6-8 May 2011.

Burroughs, E. (2011) A Window into Irish Governance and National Identity: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Public Discourses on Illegal Immigration in Ireland. RGS-IBG Postgraduate Mid-Term Conference, Durham University, 1-2 April 2011.

Burroughs, E. (2010) Summer School Essay and Evaluation of the Summer School, ISSP/NIRSA Summer School, Maynooth University, 21-25 June 2010.

Burroughs, E. (2010) My PhD Research, ISSP/NIRSA Summer School, Maynooth University, 21-25 June 2010.

Burroughs, E. (2010) Researching Illegal Immigration in Ireland: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach, Conference of Irish Geographers, Maynooth University, 30 April-2 May 2010.

Burroughs, E. (2009) My Methodology, NIRSA Advanced Methodology Module, Maynooth University, 17 December 2009.

Burroughs, E. (2009) Illegality, ‘Migration Salon’, NIRSA Migration Module Seminar, Maynooth University, 29 April 2009.

Burroughs, E. (2009) Illegal Immigration, Postgraduate Seminar, Department of Geography, Maynooth University, 6 April 2009.

Poster Presentations:

Burroughs, E. (2012) A Critical Discourse Analysis of Irish Public Discourses of Illegal Immigration, Poster Presentation for the Department of Geography in Honour of the Maynooth University President Philip Nolan, 9 February 2012.

Hobbs, A., Burroughs, E., and McGloughlin, J. S. (2009) Formal PhD Training Experienced by NUIM Geography Students, IUA and NAIRTL 4th Level Ireland Conference, The evolving landscape of Irish Graduate education, Trinity College Dublin, 10 and 11 November 2009.

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