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Dr. Breda Gray

Biography

Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Limerick; Director of MA Gender, Culture& Society; Convener of Gender Arc @UL PhD. Sociology, Lancaster University, England; MA Lancaster University; MSW University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada; Diploma Legal Studies, College of Commerce, Rathmines (Dublin Institute of Technology); B.Soc.Sc. (Hons.), University College, Dublin, Ireland.

Research Interests


My research interests cover the politics of gender/sexuality, migration, diaspora and religion in relation to contemporary governing processes. On-going research projects include:


-Migration, state and faith: post-welfarist modes of solidarity


-The politics of state diaspora engagement


-Gender and post-Fordist work/life

Teaching Interests

Current Teaching

Graduate Research Education Programmes

  • Director MA Gender, Culture & Society
  • Convener of University of Limerick - Gender Arc Research Network
  • Coordinator of Gender, Culture & Society Postgraduate Forum
  • Director UL Winter School in Social Science Research Methods 2014/2015/2016.
  • UL contributor to Joint Graduate Research Programme - Irish Social Sciences Platform (Trinity College, Dublin; National University of Ireland Maynooth and University of Limerick) (2009/10).
  • International faculty member for Universität Wien / University of Vienna, Department of Sociology Marie Jahoda Summer School 24-29 September 2017.
  • UL Winter School in Social Science Research Methods Winter School (PhD Training) (2009, 2010, 2011 – Feminist Epistemology and Mixed Methods Approaches; 2012-2016: Epistemology and Ontology)

MA and Undergraduate Programmes

  • SO6031: Feminist Approaches to Research, MA Gender Culture and Society (PG)
  • SO6042: Feminism(s), Diaspora and Multiculturalism, MA Gender, Culture and Society and MA Sociology (Applied Social Research) (PG)
  • SO6001: Writing a Dissertation Proposal (PG) (MA Gender, Culture and Society and MA Sociology (Applied Social Research) and MA Sociology (Youth, Community and Social Regeneration (PG)
  • SO4108: Sociological Approaches to Gender and Multiculturalism (UG)
  • SO4002: Gender: Sociological Approaches (UG)
  • SO4037: Qualitative Research Methods (Three weeks: Discourse Analysis) (UG)

Erasmus Teaching

  • Department of Sociology, University of Bergen, Norway, 14-22 November 2013
  • University of Heulva, Spain. May 2009.

Previous Teaching

Postgraduate MA Modules
UL: Philosophical Approaches to Gender (2002-2005)UL: Theoretical Approaches to Gender, Culture and Society (2006-2010) U/G ModulesUL: Sociological Theory UCC: Sociology of Diaspora; Theories of Multiculturalism; Women and Irish Society; Consumer Culture; Globalisation and Social Change.Lancaster University: Tutor - Introduction to Sociology.University of Central Lancashire: Part-time Lecturer: Classical Sociological Theory; Divisions of Labour; Globalisation and Gender and Society.Edge Hill College: Contemporary Sociological Theory

Currently supervising projects on Parental Choice in School Patronage Policy in Ireland'; ‘LGBT political subjectivity and intersectional identities; and ‘Postnatal Depression: Understanding Women's Experiences'

Professional Activities

Award

  • 2020 - Member of Working Group
  • 2020 - Member of the Special Interest Group for the Study of the Collaborative Economy in Ireland – SIG-SCEI
  • 2020 - Researching and Advocating for Quality Education: Achieving Equality for Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in Schools
  • 2019 - Visiting Scholar Award
  • 2015 - New Foundations Mentor
  • 2014 - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Nominee for UL Award for Excellence in Research
  • 2014 - New Foundations Mentor
  • 2013 - Partner on Women's Mobility in Contemporary Galician and Irish Literatures
  • 2013 - Seed Funding
  • 2011 - New Foundations Mentor
  • 2009 - PI The Irish Catholic Church and the Politics of Migration
  • 2008 - UL Seed Funding Somadic Work/Life and National Technology Park
  • 2008 - PI Nomadic Work/Life and the Knowledge Economy
  • 2002 - UL Partner Narratives of Migration and Return
  • 2001 - PI Travellers' Tales. Remembering 1950s Ireland
  • 2000 - PI Immigrant Lives. Life Narratives of New Immigrants to Ireland
  • 2000 - Scientist in Charge (Marie Curie)
  • 1999 - PI - HEA -PRTLI Research Project Award
  • 1995 - Economic and Social Research Council Post-Graduate Award
  • 1993 - Lancaster University, Social Science post-graduate award
  • 1984 - Rotary Foundation International Fellow Award

Association

  • 2017 Associate Editorial Board member, BSA Journal of Work, Employment and Society
  • 2013 Editorial Board Member, Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (JISASR)
  • 2009 International Board Member, SAI - Irish Journal of Sociology
  • 2006 Founding Editorial Board Member, Translocations. Migration and Social Change
  • 2003 Editorial Board Member, Irish Feminist Review
  • 2003 Founding Editorial Board Member, Migration Letters. An International Journal of Migration Studies

Committee

  • 2016 Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Internationalisation Committee,
  • 2013 Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Scienes Post-graduate Research Committee, *
  • 2002 University of Limerick Research Ethics Committee, *
  • 1996 DION, *

Employment

  • 2000 University College Cork, Irish Centre for Migration Studies - Head of Research
  • 1999 University College Cork, Irish Centre for Migration Studies - Research Fellow
  • 1997 University College Cork, Department of Sociology - Lecturer in Sociology
  • 1994 Lancaster University, Department of Sociology - Tutor, Sociology and Women's Studies
  • 1993 Edge Hill University College, Lancs. - P/T Lecturer in Applied Social Science
  • 1993 University of Central Lancashire - P/T Lecturer in Sociology

Education

  • 1998 Lancaster University - PhD
  • 1993 Lancaster University - MA
  • 1986 CCETSW - Professional Qualification in Social Work
  • 1985 University of British Columbia - Master of Social Work Degree
  • 1984 College of Commerce Rathmines - Diploma
  • 1980 University College, Dublin. - BA

Consultancy

  • - Collaborative Research Project - University of Hull and University of York
  • - Member of Steering Group HEA PRTLI 1 project - The Irish Women¿s Movement, NUI Cork (1999-2002).
  • - Member of Steering Group HEA PRTLI 1 project - Women in Paid Employment in Munster 1936-60, NUI Cork (1999-2002)
  • - Voluntary sector agencies in Britain

Language

  • English

Publications

Books

2020

Made to Work. Mobilising Contemporary Worklives
Breda Gray, Luigina Ciolfi and Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho,
(2020) Made to Work. Mobilising Contemporary Worklives
London and New York : Routledge
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429023958

2004

Women and the Irish Diaspora
Gray, B
(2004) Women and the Irish Diaspora
London : Routledge London

Book Chapters

2020

Making Home Work Places
Ciolfi, Luigina.; Gray, Breda; De Carvalho, A. F. P.
(2020) Making Home Work Places
In Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: The International Venue on Practice-centred Computing on the Design of Cooperation Technologies - Exploratory Papers, Reports of the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies ; :
DOI: 10.18420/ecscw2020_ep10

2019

Migration, life narratives, memory and subjectivity: Reflection on an archival project on Irish migration
Gray, Breda
(2019) Migration, life narratives, memory and subjectivity: Reflection on an archival project on Irish migration
In Reader in Qualitative Methods in Migration Research; Ibrahim Sirkeci, Theodoros Iosifides, Carla De Tona and Annalisa Frisina(Ed.) London : Transnational Press pp. 119-128

2016

Migrant integration and the 'network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
Gray B.
(2016) Migrant integration and the 'network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
In Migrations: Ireland In A Global World; pp. 55-79

2016

Catholic Church civil society activism and the neoliberal governmental project of migrant integration in Ireland
Gray B.
(2016) Catholic Church civil society activism and the neoliberal governmental project of migrant integration in Ireland
In Religion in the Neoliberal Age: Political Economy and Modes of Governance; pp. 69-90

2016

Thinking through transnational studies, diaspora studies and gender
Gray B.
(2016) Thinking through transnational studies, diaspora studies and gender
In Women And Irish Diaspora Identities: Theories, Concepts And New Perspectives; pp. 34-51

2013

Catholic Church civil society activism and the neoliberal governmental project of migrant integration in Ireland
Gray B.
(2013) Catholic Church civil society activism and the neoliberal governmental project of migrant integration in Ireland
In Religion in the Neoliberal Age: Political Economy and Modes of Governance; pp. 69-90

2013

Migrant integration and the "network-making power" of the Irish Catholic Church
Breda Gray
(2013) Migrant integration and the "network-making power" of the Irish Catholic Church
In Migrations: Ireland in a Global World; Manchester : Manchester University Press pp. 55-79

2013

Feminist politics and the governance of migrant integration through religious organizations
Gray B.
(2013) Feminist politics and the governance of migrant integration through religious organizations
In Religion, Gender, and the Public Sphere; pp. 208-221
DOI: 10.4324/9780203754009

2013

Towards the Neo-institutionalisation of Irish State-Diaspora Relations
Breda Gray
(2013) Towards the Neo-institutionalisation of Irish State-Diaspora Relations
In Emigration Nations; Basingstoke : Palgrave pp. 100-125

2013

Making migration a public issue: the ‘network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
Breda Gray
(2013) Making migration a public issue: the ‘network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
In Ireland and Migration; Manchester : Manchester University Press pp. 55-79

2013

Affecting Trans-Feminist Solidarity
Breda Gray
(2013) Affecting Trans-Feminist Solidarity
In Theory on the Edge; Basinstoke : Palgrave pp. 73-94

2012

Catholic Church Civil Society Activism and the Neolberal Govermental Project of Migrant Integration in Ireland
Breda Gray
(2012) Catholic Church Civil Society Activism and the Neolberal Govermental Project of Migrant Integration in Ireland
In Religion in the Neoliberal Age; Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate pp. 69-90

2012

Social Aspects of Place Experience in Mobile Work/Life Practices
Lugina Ciolfi, Breda Gray and Anthony D'Andrea
(2012) Social Aspects of Place Experience in Mobile Work/Life Practices
In From Research to Practice in the Design of Cooperative Systems: Results and Open Challenges; London : Springer pp. 183-196
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-4093-1_13
[ULIR]

2011

Empathy, Emotion and Feminist Solidarities
Breda Gray
(2011) Empathy, Emotion and Feminist Solidarities
In Sexed Sentiments: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Gender and Emotion; Amsterdam : Rodopi pp. 207-232

2011

The making of nomadic work: Understanding the mediational role of ICTs
de Carvalho A.;Ciolfi L.;Gray B.
(2011) The making of nomadic work: Understanding the mediational role of ICTs
In Handbook of Research on Mobility and Computing: Evolving Technologies and Ubiquitous Impacts; pp. 381-396
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-042-6.ch025

2011

Governing Integration
Breda Gray
(2011) Governing Integration
In Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation Ireland in Europe and the World; London : Ashgate pp. 93-106

2011

The making of nomadic work: Understanding the mediating role of ICTS
Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho, Luigina Ciolfi and Breda Gray
(2011) The making of nomadic work: Understanding the mediating role of ICTS
In The Handbook of Research on Mobility and Computing: Evolving Technologies and Ubiquitous Impacts; Hershey PA : IGI Global pp. 381-396

2011

Governing integration
Gray B.
(2011) Governing integration
In Globalization, Migration And Social Transformation: Ireland In Europe And The World; pp. 93-105

2009

Researching Irish Diaspora. From Concept to Political Strategy
Breda Gray
(2009) Researching Irish Diaspora. From Concept to Political Strategy
In Diasporas. Critical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives; Oxford : Oxford University

2007

Breaking the Silence: emigration, gender and the making of Irish cultural memory
Gray, B
(2007) Breaking the Silence: emigration, gender and the making of Irish cultural memory
In Modern Irish Autobiography: Self, Nation and Society; Basingstoke : Palgrave pp. 111-131

2004

Too close for comfort: Remembering the forgotten diaspora of Irish women in England
Gray, B
(2004) Too close for comfort: Remembering the forgotten diaspora of Irish women in England
In Diaspora, Identity and Religion: New Directions in Theory and Research; New York : Routledge pp. 33-52

2003

Global Modernities and the gendered epic of the Irish Empire
Gray, B
(2003) Global Modernities and the gendered epic of the Irish Empire
In Uprootings/Regroundings: Questions of Home and Migration; Oxford : Berg pp. 157-178

2000

The 1980s Irish emigrant and 'multicultural' London: From 'ethnicity' to 'diaspora'
Gray, B
(2000) The 1980s Irish emigrant and 'multicultural' London: From 'ethnicity' to 'diaspora'
In The Irish Diaspora; pp. 65-88

1999

Biographical summary on Anne McClintock
Gray, B
(1999) Biographical summary on Anne McClintock
In Routledge Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories;

1998

The Politics of Irish Identity: Feminism, Nationhood and Colonialism
B Gray, B; Ryan, L
(1998) The Politics of Irish Identity: Feminism, Nationhood and Colonialism
In Nation, Empire, Colony: Critical Categories of Gender and Race Analysis; pp. 121-138

1997

(Dis)locating Irishness in the 1990s: The views of Irish women at home and abroad
Gray, B
(1997) (Dis)locating Irishness in the 1990s: The views of Irish women at home and abroad
In Location and Dislocation in Irish Society: Multidisciplinary Essays on emigration and Irish Identities; pp. 179-208

1997

(Dis)locating woman and women in representations of Irish national identity
B Gray, B; Ryan, L
(1997) (Dis)locating woman and women in representations of Irish national identity
In Women and Irish Society. A Sociological Reader; pp. 517-534

1996

Gendered Constructions of Irishness: Stagnation or Change in Irish Society since Independence
B Gray, B; Ryan, L
(1996) Gendered Constructions of Irishness: Stagnation or Change in Irish Society since Independence
In Culture and Identity: Selected Aspects and Approaches; pp. 174-195

1996

Irish Women in Higher Education in England: From Invisibility to Recognition
B Gray, B; Ryan, L
(1996) Irish Women in Higher Education in England: From Invisibility to Recognition
In Breaking Boundaries: Women in Higher Education.; pp. 113-127

1996

The Home of Our Mothers and Our Birthright for Ages?
Gray, B
(1996) The Home of Our Mothers and Our Birthright for Ages?
In New Frontiers in Women's Studies: Knowledge, Identity and Nationalism; pp. 164-187

1994

Women only management training - a past and present
Gray, Breda
(1994) Women only management training - a past and present
In Women in Management: A Developing Presence; London : Routledge pp. 202-228

1994

Women in Higher Education
Gray, B
(1994) Women in Higher Education
In Changing the Subject: Women in Higher Education; pp. 75-88

Peer Reviewed Journals

2020

Social welfare versus transnational social protection regimes: the changing roles of church and state
Gray B.;Levitt P.
(2020) Social welfare versus transnational social protection regimes: the changing roles of church and state
In Journal Of Ethnic And Migration Studies;
DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1733946
[ULIR]

2019

Leaving Dublin: Photographic Portrayals of Post-Celtic Tiger Emigration – A Sociological Analysis
Gray, Breda
(2019) Leaving Dublin: Photographic Portrayals of Post-Celtic Tiger Emigration – A Sociological Analysis
In The Sociological Review; pp. 635-653
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0038026118795087

2019

Emigrant-Citizen Social Media Campaigns – Reproducing and/or Recasting State and Corporate Biopolitical Projects
Gray, Breda
(2019) Emigrant-Citizen Social Media Campaigns – Reproducing and/or Recasting State and Corporate Biopolitical Projects
In Sociology; pp. 634-651

2018

Mobility, Connectivity and Non-Resident Citizenship: Migrant Social Media Campaigns in the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum
Gray, Breda
(2018) Mobility, Connectivity and Non-Resident Citizenship: Migrant Social Media Campaigns in the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum
In Sociology;
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0038038518807314
[ULIR]

2018

'Femiminities in STEM: Outsiders within
O'Connor, P. O'Hagan, C. and Gray, B
(2018) 'Femiminities in STEM: Outsiders within
In Work Employment And Society; London :
DOI: 10.1177/0950017017714198
[ULIR]

2018

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
Neary, A;Gray, B;O'Sullivan, M
(2018) Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
In Discourse Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education; ABINGDON : ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD pp. 434-447
DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2016.1276432
[ULIR]

2018

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
Neary, A;Gray, B;O'Sullivan, M
(2018) Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
In Discourse Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education; ABINGDON : ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD pp. 434-447
DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2016.1276432

2018

‘Leaving Dublin': Photographic portrayals of post-Celtic Tiger emigration – a sociological analysis
Gray, Breda
(2018) ‘Leaving Dublin': Photographic portrayals of post-Celtic Tiger emigration – a sociological analysis
In Sociological Review;
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0038026118795087
[ULIR]

2017

Post-Fordist reconfigurations of gender, work and life: theory and practice
Gray, B,Ciolfi, L,de Carvalho, AFP,D'Andrea, A,Wixted, L
(2017) Post-Fordist reconfigurations of gender, work and life: theory and practice
In British Journal Of Sociology; pp. 620-642
DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12267

2017

Post-Fordist Reconfigurations of Gender, Work and Life: Theory and Practice
Gray, B., Ciolfi, Luigina, de Carvalho, A., D'Andrea A.
(2017) Post-Fordist Reconfigurations of Gender, Work and Life: Theory and Practice
In British Journal Of Sociology;
[ULIR]

2017

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
Neary, A., Gray, B. and O'Sullivan, M.
(2017) Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual teachers' negotiations of civil partnership and schools: ambivalent attachments to religion and secularism
In Discourse-Studies In The Cultural Politics Of Education;
DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2016.1276432
[ULIR]

2016

Beyond 'Migration Studies': Locating human mobility in the context of social struggle and change
Gray, B
(2016) Beyond 'Migration Studies': Locating human mobility in the context of social struggle and change
In Osterreichische Zeitschrift Fuer Soziologie; pp. 37-54
DOI: 10.1007/s11614-016-0230-x

2016

A queer politics of emotion: reimagining sexualities and schooling
Neary, A,Gray, B,O'Sullivan, M
(2016) A queer politics of emotion: reimagining sexualities and schooling
In Gender And Education; pp. 250-265
DOI: 10.1080/09540253.2015.1114074
[ULIR]

2016

The Politics of Migration, Church, and State: A Case Study of the Catholic Church in Ireland
Gray, B
(2016) The Politics of Migration, Church, and State: A Case Study of the Catholic Church in Ireland
In International Migration Review; pp. 315-351
DOI: 10.1111/imre.12165

2016

Beyind "Migration Studies": Locating human mobility in the context of social struggle and change
Gray, Breda
(2016) Beyind "Migration Studies": Locating human mobility in the context of social struggle and change
In Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie (Austrian Journal of Sociology); pp. 37-54
DOI: 10.1007/s11614-016-0230-x

2014

Thinking through Transnational Studies, Diaspora Studies and gender
Gray, B,MacPherson, DAJ,Hickman, MJ
(2014) Thinking through Transnational Studies, Diaspora Studies and gender
In Women And Irish Diaspora Identities: Theories, Concepts And New Perspectives; pp. 34-51

2013

"Generation Emigration": The Politics of (Trans)National Social Reproduction in 21st Century Ireland
Breda Gray
(2013) "Generation Emigration": The Politics of (Trans)National Social Reproduction in 21st Century Ireland
In Irish Studies Review; pp. 20-36

2013

Migrant integration and the 'network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
Gray, B,Gilmartin, M,White, A
(2013) Migrant integration and the 'network-making power' of the Irish Catholic Church
In Migrations: Ireland In A Global World; pp. 55-79

2012

Irish State Diaspora Engagement - "The Network State" and "Netizens"
Breda Gray
(2012) Irish State Diaspora Engagement - "The Network State" and "Netizens"
In Eire/Ireland Journal Of The Irish American Cultural Ins; pp. 244-270
DOI: 10.1353/eir.2012.0002
[ULIR]

2011

Migrant chaplains: Mediators of catholic church transnationalism or guests in nationally shaped religious fields?
Gray B.;Lago R.
(2011) Migrant chaplains: Mediators of catholic church transnationalism or guests in nationally shaped religious fields?
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 94-110
DOI: 10.7227/IJS.19.2.7

2011

Becoming non-migrant: lives worth waiting for
Gray, B
(2011) Becoming non-migrant: lives worth waiting for
In Gender Place And Culture; pp. 417-432
DOI: 10.1080/0966369X.2011.566403

2011

Empathy, Emotion and Feminist Solidarities
Gray, B,Ruberg, W,Steenbergh, K
(2011) Empathy, Emotion and Feminist Solidarities
In Sexed Sentiments: Interdisciplinary Perspectives On Gender And Emotion; pp. 207-232

2011

Governing Integration
Gray, B,Fanning, B,Munck, R
(2011) Governing Integration
In Globalization, Migration And Social Transformation: Ireland In Europe And The World; pp. 93-105

2011

Migrant chaplains: mediators of Catholic Church transnationalism or guests in nationally shaped religious fields?
Breda Gray and Ria O'Sullivan Lago
(2011) Migrant chaplains: mediators of Catholic Church transnationalism or guests in nationally shaped religious fields?
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 94-110

2011

Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Research
D'Andrea, Anthony; Ciolfi, Luigina; Gray, Breda
(2011) Methodological Challenges and Innovations in Mobilities Research
In Mobilities; pp. 149-160
DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2011.552769

2011

Editor's introduction: what does it mean to say sociology is going transnatoinal?
Breda Gray
(2011) Editor's introduction: what does it mean to say sociology is going transnatoinal?
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 1-8

2009

Migration, Life Narratives, memory and subjectivity: Reflections on an archival project on Irish migration
Breda Gray
(2009) Migration, Life Narratives, memory and subjectivity: Reflections on an archival project on Irish migration
In Migration Letters; pp. 175-182

2008

Putting emotion and reflexivity to work in researching migration
Gray, B
(2008) Putting emotion and reflexivity to work in researching migration
In Sociology; pp. 916-936

2007

Breaking the Silence: Emigration, Gender and the Making of Irish Cultural Memory
Gray, B,Harte, L
(2007) Breaking the Silence: Emigration, Gender and the Making of Irish Cultural Memory
In Modern Irish Autobiography: Self, Nation And Society; pp. 111-131

2006

Redefining the Nation through Economic Growth and Migration: Changing Rationalities of Governance in the Republic of Ireland?
Gray B.
(2006) Redefining the Nation through Economic Growth and Migration: Changing Rationalities of Governance in the Republic of Ireland?
In Mobilities; pp. 353-372
DOI: 10.1080/17450100600916685

2006

"Curious hybridities": Transnational negotiations of migrancy through generation'
Breda Gray
(2006) "Curious hybridities": Transnational negotiations of migrancy through generation'
In Irish Studies Review; Routledge London : pp. 207-224

2006

Redefining the nation through economic growth and migration: changing rationalities of governance in the Republic of Ireland
Breda Gray
(2006) Redefining the nation through economic growth and migration: changing rationalities of governance in the Republic of Ireland
In Mobilities; pp. 353-372

2006

Migrant Integration Policy: A Nationalist Fantasy of Management and Control?
Breda Gray
(2006) Migrant Integration Policy: A Nationalist Fantasy of Management and Control?
In Translocations:Ir Migration Race & Social Transform Rvw; pp. 118-138

2004

Remembering a 'multicultural' future through a history of emigration: Towards a feminist politics of solidarity across difference.
Gray, B
(2004) Remembering a 'multicultural' future through a history of emigration: Towards a feminist politics of solidarity across difference.
In Women'S Studies International Forum; pp. 413-429

2002

Whitely Scripts: Irish women's racialised belongings in London.
Gray, B
(2002) Whitely Scripts: Irish women's racialised belongings in London.
In European J. Cultural Studies; pp. 257-274

2002

The Irish diaspora: Globalised belonging(s)
Gray B.
(2002) The Irish diaspora: Globalised belonging(s)
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 123-144
DOI: 10.1177/079160350201100207

2002

Breaking the Silence - Questions of staying and going in 1950s Ireland
Gray, B
(2002) Breaking the Silence - Questions of staying and going in 1950s Ireland
In Irish Journal Of Psychology; pp. 2-27
[ULIR]

2002

The Irish diaspora - refiguring 'home' and 'away'
Gray, B
(2002) The Irish diaspora - refiguring 'home' and 'away'
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 123-144

2000

'Contemporary Ireland and a Global "Irish Empire" of Memory and Imagination
Breda Gray
(2000) 'Contemporary Ireland and a Global "Irish Empire" of Memory and Imagination
In Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies; pp. 111-126

2000

Gendering the Irish Diaspora
Gray, B
(2000) Gendering the Irish Diaspora
In Women'S Studies International Forum; pp. 1-19

1999

Longings and belongings - gendered spatialities of Irishness
Gray, B
(1999) Longings and belongings - gendered spatialities of Irishness
In Irish Studies Review; pp. 193-210

1997

Modes of national belonging, emigration and Irish national identity
Breda Gray
(1997) Modes of national belonging, emigration and Irish national identity
In Auto/Biography; pp. 145-156

1996

Accounts of displacement. Migrant Irish Women in London
Breda Gray
(1996) Accounts of displacement. Migrant Irish Women in London
In Youth and Policy; pp. 22-29
[ULIR]

1996

'Irishness - A Global and Gendered Identity?
Gray, B
(1996) 'Irishness - A Global and Gendered Identity?
In Irish Studies Review; pp. 24-30

1996

Irish women in London: National or Hybrid Diasporic Identities?
Breda Gray
(1996) Irish women in London: National or Hybrid Diasporic Identities?
In National Women's Studies Association Journal ; pp. 85-109-
[ULIR]

Other Journals

2013

The Work and Life of Corporate Expatriates: New Patterns and Regimes of Mobility in the Knowledge Economy
Anthony D'Andrea and Breda Gray
(2013) The Work and Life of Corporate Expatriates: New Patterns and Regimes of Mobility in the Knowledge Economy
In International Review of Social Research ; pp. 87-107
[ULIR]

2012

Introduction: Neoliberal definitions of a new sexual world and the revitalisation of gender studies
Breda Gray
(2012) Introduction: Neoliberal definitions of a new sexual world and the revitalisation of gender studies
In Socheolas. Limerick Student Journal of Sociology; pp. 1-6
[ULIR]

Conference Publications

2017

CSCW'17: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2017 ACM CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK AND SOCIAL COMPUTING
de Carvalho, AFP;Ciolfi, L;Gray, B
(2017) CSCW'17: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2017 ACM CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK AND SOCIAL COMPUTING
NEW YORK : ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY pp. 962-977
DOI: 10.1145/2998181.2998313
[ULIR]

2013

New Foundations: School ‘Ethos' and LGBT Sexualities
Neary, A. Gray, B. O'Sullivan, M.
(2013) New Foundations: School ‘Ethos' and LGBT Sexualities

[ULIR]

2012

Sexing the Nation
B. Gray,Williams, J. P.,Phillips, B. E.,Smith, K.,Atherton, P. J.,Rankin, D.,Selby, A. L.,Liptrot, S.,Lund, J.,Larvin, M.,Rennie, M. J.
(2012) Sexing the Nation
In Am J Clin Nutr; *(Ed.) School of Graduate Entry Medicine and Health, University of Nottingham, Derby, United Kingdom. john. : pp. *-*

2010

CrossCare Conference
B. Gray,Villatoro, E.,Mulla, M.,Larvin, M.
(2010) CrossCare Conference
In Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2009

Merriman Summer School
B. Gray,Villatoro, E.,Mulla, M.,Hall, R.,Larvin, M.
(2009) Merriman Summer School
In Pancreas; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2008

Fifth IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion European Network) Annual Conference
B. Gray
(2008) Fifth IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion European Network) Annual Conference

2008

Second Global Conference, Multiculturalism Conflict and Belonging, Oxford University,
B.Gray
(2008) Second Global Conference, Multiculturalism Conflict and Belonging, Oxford University,

2008

`After the Celtic Tiger¿, Irish Social Sciences Platform (ISSP) Conference,
B. Gray
(2008) `After the Celtic Tiger¿, Irish Social Sciences Platform (ISSP) Conference,

2008

Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues, University of Oxford, 5-7 July, 2008
B. Gray
(2008) Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues, University of Oxford, 5-7 July, 2008

2007

Public Debate: Immigration in Ireland: Impact, Challenges, Experiences
B. Gray
(2007) Public Debate: Immigration in Ireland: Impact, Challenges, Experiences

2006

Fifth M.Sc. in Irish Migration Studies Annual Public Lecture
B. Gray
(2006) Fifth M.Sc. in Irish Migration Studies Annual Public Lecture

2005

Women on Ireland Network Conference: Gender and Memory
B. Gray
(2005) Women on Ireland Network Conference: Gender and Memory

2005

Gendering Citizenship and Globalization Conference
B. Gray
(2005) Gendering Citizenship and Globalization Conference

2005

Locality, Identity, Diaspora Conference, Institute of Social/Cultural Anthropology
B. Gray,Rahman, S. H.,Nanny, C.,Ibrahim, K.,O'Reilly, D.,Larvin, M.,Kingsnorth, A. J.,McMahon, M. J.
(2005) Locality, Identity, Diaspora Conference, Institute of Social/Cultural Anthropology
In Digestive Diseases and Sciences; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

Re-imagining Ireland International Conference
B. Gray,Rahman, S. H.,Larvin, M.,McMahon, M. J.,Thompson, D.
(2005) Re-imagining Ireland International Conference
In Digestive Diseases and Sciences; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2005

Department of Sociology, NUIM Seminar Series
B. Gray
(2005) Department of Sociology, NUIM Seminar Series

2005

International Sociological Association Conference: From emigration to immigration countries in Europe: new patterns
B. Gray
(2005) International Sociological Association Conference: From emigration to immigration countries in Europe: new patterns

2004

Public Seminar on Violence against Women - Local Issues and Responses
B. Gray
(2004) Public Seminar on Violence against Women - Local Issues and Responses

2004

Irish Spaces. Homeland, Asylum, Empire, Diaspora: 13th Irish Australian Studies Conference
B. Gray
(2004) Irish Spaces. Homeland, Asylum, Empire, Diaspora: 13th Irish Australian Studies Conference

2004

Symposium on health and risk behaviour of the Irish at home and away
B. Gray
(2004) Symposium on health and risk behaviour of the Irish at home and away

2004

International Sociological Association Conference: Racisms, Sexisms and Contemporary Politics of Belonging
B. Gray
(2004) International Sociological Association Conference: Racisms, Sexisms and Contemporary Politics of Belonging

2004

'Unmarried Mothers' in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Cultural Reflections
B. Gray
(2004) 'Unmarried Mothers' in Twentieth-Century Ireland: Cultural Reflections

2004

Joint Conference of the American Conference for Irish Studies, the British Association of Irish Studies and the European Association for Irish Studies
B. Gray
(2004) Joint Conference of the American Conference for Irish Studies, the British Association of Irish Studies and the European Association for Irish Studies

2004

EU Presidency Conference on Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion
B. Gray
(2004) EU Presidency Conference on Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion

2004

ACUME, European Network Conference on Cultural Memory in Peripheral European Countries
B. Gray
(2004) ACUME, European Network Conference on Cultural Memory in Peripheral European Countries

2004

Women's Studies Network (Ireland and UK) Annual Conference
B. Gray
(2004) Women's Studies Network (Ireland and UK) Annual Conference

2004

Day School: Gender, memory and oral history/narratives of the self
B. Gray
(2004) Day School: Gender, memory and oral history/narratives of the self

2003

Women in Higher Education Annual Conference
B. Gray,Ammori, B. J.,Becker, K. L.,Kite, P.,Snider, R. H.,Nylen, E. S.,White, J. C.,Larvin, M.,McMahon, M. J.
(2003) Women in Higher Education Annual Conference
In British Journal of Surgery; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2003

Emigration Summer School
B. Gray
(2003) Emigration Summer School

2003

Emigration Advice Network (EAN) Annual Conference
B. Gray
(2003) Emigration Advice Network (EAN) Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2003

Feminist Transitions: Social, Cultural and Global
B. Gray
(2003) Feminist Transitions: Social, Cultural and Global
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2003

Feminist Knowledge and Politics Symposium
B. Gray
(2003) Feminist Knowledge and Politics Symposium
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2003

Women¿s Movement. Migrant Women transforming Ireland Conference
B. Gray
(2003) Women¿s Movement. Migrant Women transforming Ireland Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Wiles Trust Colloquium
B. Gray,Rahman, S. H.,James, A. M.,Ammori, B. J.,Larvin, M.,McMahon, M. J.
(2002) Wiles Trust Colloquium
In Gastroenterology; *(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Women¿s History Association of Ireland Conference
B. Gray
(2002) Women¿s History Association of Ireland Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Oral History in Ireland today. Conference
B. Gray
(2002) Oral History in Ireland today. Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2002

Women's Studies Network (UK) Annual Conference
B. Gray,Ammori, B. J.,Cairns, A.,Dixon, M. F.,Larvin, M.,McMahon, M. J.
(2002) Women's Studies Network (UK) Annual Conference
In J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg; *(Ed.) Division of Surgery, The University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. : pp. *-*

2002

National Women¿s History Conference
B. Gray
(2002) National Women¿s History Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2001

Irish Geography Conference
B. Gray
(2001) Irish Geography Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2001

British Association of Irish Studies Conference, Researching the Irish diaspora
B. Gray
(2001) British Association of Irish Studies Conference, Researching the Irish diaspora
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2001

Open Seminar Series, MPhil Race and Ethnic Studies
B. Gray,Ward, S.,Morris, E.,Bansback, N.,Calvert, N.,Crellin, A.,Forman, D.,Larvin, M.,Radstone, D.
(2001) Open Seminar Series, MPhil Race and Ethnic Studies
In Health Technol Assess; *(Ed.) School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield, UK. : pp. *-*

2000

Migration and Transculturation Conference
B. Gray
(2000) Migration and Transculturation Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

2000

Rootings/Uprootings Seminar Series'
B. Gray
(2000) Rootings/Uprootings Seminar Series'
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

International Population Studies Conference
B. Gray with Dr. Catriona Ni Laoire
(1999) International Population Studies Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

Wiles Colloquium
B. Gray
(1999) Wiles Colloquium
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

International Conference on Culture and Identity
B. Gray with Dr. Louise Ryan
(1999) International Conference on Culture and Identity
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

Established outsider relations¿ Seminar Series
B. Gray
(1999) Established outsider relations¿ Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

Social Movements in Transition: Moving towards the Millennium
B. Gray with Brendan Hennessy
(1999) Social Movements in Transition: Moving towards the Millennium
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1999

Paper presented at British Sociological Association Annual Conference
B. Gray
(1999) Paper presented at British Sociological Association Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1998

Irish Sociology Seminar
B. Gray
(1998) Irish Sociology Seminar
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1998

Centre for Women¿s Studies Seminar Series
B. Gray
(1998) Centre for Women¿s Studies Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1998

The Expanding Nation Conference
B. Gray
(1998) The Expanding Nation Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*
[ULIR]

1998

Women¿s Studies Seminar Series
B. Gray
(1998) Women¿s Studies Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1998

Women and Ireland: Social, Historical and Cultural Perspectives
B. Gray
(1998) Women and Ireland: Social, Historical and Cultural Perspectives
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1997

Sociology Department Seminar Series
B. Gray
(1997) Sociology Department Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1997

Transformations
B. Gray
(1997) Transformations
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1996

Auto/biographies and National Identities Conference
B. Gray
(1996) Auto/biographies and National Identities Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1996

Centre for Irish Studies Seminar Series
B. Gray
(1996) Centre for Irish Studies Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

International Federation for Women¿s History Conference
B. Gray with Dr. Louise Ryan
(1995) International Federation for Women¿s History Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

Understanding the Social World International Conference
B. Gray
(1995) Understanding the Social World International Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

British Sociological Association Annual Conference
B. Gray
(1995) British Sociological Association Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

Sociological Association of Ireland Annual Conference
B. Gray
(1995) Sociological Association of Ireland Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1995

Women's History Network Annual Conference
B. Gray with Dr. Louise Ryan
(1995) Women's History Network Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1994

Conference on Social Movements in Transition: Moving Towards the Millennium?
B. Gray,Walters, A. M.,Larvin, M.,Sadek, S. A.
(1994) Conference on Social Movements in Transition: Moving Towards the Millennium?
In Br J Surg; *(Ed.) Academic Unit of Surgery, St Jame's University Hospital, Leeds, UK. : pp. *-*

1994

Women/Time/Space, Conference
B. Gray
(1994) Women/Time/Space, Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1994

Women in Higher Education Annual Conference
B. Gray with Dr. Louise Ryan
(1994) Women in Higher Education Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1994

Women' Studies Network (UK) Annual Conference
B. Gray
(1994) Women' Studies Network (UK) Annual Conference
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

1993

Dept of Critical and Historical Studies, Seminar Series
B. Gray with Dr. Louise Ryan
(1993) Dept of Critical and Historical Studies, Seminar Series
*(Ed.) pp. *-*

Conference Contributions

2016

British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Annual Conference
Gray, Breda
(2016) British Sociological Association Sociology of Religion Annual Conference
Lancaster University UK

2016

Governance and Religion (International EUREL Project)
Gray, Breda
(2016) Governance and Religion (International EUREL Project)
University of Luxembourg

2015

City of Graz Conference on Interreligious Dialogue, Museum of Modern Art, Graz Austria, 17-20 July, 2013
Breda Gray
(2015) City of Graz Conference on Interreligious Dialogue, Museum of Modern Art, Graz Austria, 17-20 July, 2013
City of Graz, Austria

2015

European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies Conference
Breda Gray
(2015) European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies Conference
University of Palermo, Sicily

2015

International Workshop: ‘Methods of Researching Globalization and Development'
Breda Gray
(2015) International Workshop: ‘Methods of Researching Globalization and Development'
Gothenburg Centre of Globalization and Development (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

2014

Sociological Association of Ireland Postgraduate Conference
Breda Gray
(2014) Sociological Association of Ireland Postgraduate Conference
National University of Ireland, Galway

2012

AHRC/ESRC New Forms of Public Religion Conference
Breda Gray
(2012) AHRC/ESRC New Forms of Public Religion Conference
St John's College, University of Cambridge

2012

Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (ISASR) Emerging Perspectives: Religion and Ireland
Breda Gray
(2012) Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions (ISASR) Emerging Perspectives: Religion and Ireland
University College Cork

2012

10th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems
Breda Gray (with Luiginal Ciolfi and Anthony D'Andrea)
(2012) 10th International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems
Marseille, France

2011

31st Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religion
Breda Gray
(2011) 31st Conference of the International Society for the Sociology of Religion
Sciences Po, Aix en Provence, France

2011

Ireland Through a Social Sciences Lens One day conference celebrating four years of the Irish Social Sciences Platform
Breda Gray
(2011) Ireland Through a Social Sciences Lens One day conference celebrating four years of the Irish Social Sciences Platform
National University of Ireland, Maynooth

2011

Global Migration and Multiculturalism: Religion, Society, Policy and Politics
Breda Gray
(2011) Global Migration and Multiculturalism: Religion, Society, Policy and Politics
Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, University of Surrey

2011

Sibeal Annual Conference. Feminist Scholarship, Activism and Creativity
Breda Gray
(2011) Sibeal Annual Conference. Feminist Scholarship, Activism and Creativity
University of Limerick

2011

Diaspora Strategies: Encouragment, Evolution and Engagement
Breda Gray
(2011) Diaspora Strategies: Encouragment, Evolution and Engagement
Clinton Institute for American Studies, University College Dublin

2011

European Science Foundation Research Conference. Religion, Gender and Human Rights: Challenges for Multicultural and Democratic Societies
Breda Gray
(2011) European Science Foundation Research Conference. Religion, Gender and Human Rights: Challenges for Multicultural and Democratic Societies
Sandic Linkoping Vast, Sweden

2010

Irish Social Science Platform Annual Conference, The Social Sciences in an Age of Uncertainty
Breda Gray (with Luigina Ciolfi)
(2010) Irish Social Science Platform Annual Conference, The Social Sciences in an Age of Uncertainty
University of Limerick

2010

AHRC/ESRC Innovative Methods in the Study of Religion
Breda Gray and Ria O'Sullivan Lago
(2010) AHRC/ESRC Innovative Methods in the Study of Religion
City of London

2010

Symposium on Irish women and the Diaspora
Breda Gray
(2010) Symposium on Irish women and the Diaspora
UCD John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies

2010

Gender Work and Organisation Conference
Breda Gray
(2010) Gender Work and Organisation Conference
University of Warwick

2010

International Metropolis Conference
Breda Gray
(2010) International Metropolis Conference
International Conference Centre, De Hague

2010

British Sociological Association Work Employment and Society Conference
Breda Gray
(2010) British Sociological Association Work Employment and Society Conference
University of Brighton

2009

Global Imaginaries: Writing/Migration/Place
Breda Gray
(2009) Global Imaginaries: Writing/Migration/Place
Lancaster University

2009

International Metropolis Conference
Breda Gray
(2009) International Metropolis Conference
International Conference Centre, Copenhagen

2009

International Women's Day Conference
Breda Gray
(2009) International Women's Day Conference
University of Limerick

2009

AHRC Diasporas, Migration and Identities Programme and CRONEM, University of Surrey Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions
Breda Gray
(2009) AHRC Diasporas, Migration and Identities Programme and CRONEM, University of Surrey Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions
University of Surrey

2009

Experiencing Gender, IV International Interdisciplinary Conference
Breda Gray
(2009) Experiencing Gender, IV International Interdisciplinary Conference
Universidad de Huelva, Spain

2008

First Global Conference. Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues
Breda Gray
(2008) First Global Conference. Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues
University of Oxford

2008

1st Global Conference. Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues
Breda Gray
(2008) 1st Global Conference. Diasporas Exploring Critical Issues
University of Oxford

2008

Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging
Breda Gray
(2008) Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging
Oxford University

2008

Fifth IMISCOE Annual Conference (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesian European Network)
Breda Gray
(2008) Fifth IMISCOE Annual Conference (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesian European Network)
Univesity of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain

2008

First Irish Social Science Platform Conference
Breda Gray
(2008) First Irish Social Science Platform Conference
Dublin City University

2008

Neither Here nor There: Writing the Irish Diaspora
Breda Gray
(2008) Neither Here nor There: Writing the Irish Diaspora
University of Limerick

2008

Researching the Church in Ireland
Breda Gray
(2008) Researching the Church in Ireland
National University of Ireland Maynooth

2008

10th Limerick Conference in Irish-German Studies. Emigration, Exile, Immigration, Re-Migration
Breda Gray
(2008) 10th Limerick Conference in Irish-German Studies. Emigration, Exile, Immigration, Re-Migration
University of Limerick

2008

International Symposium on Gender and Emotion
Breda Gray
(2008) International Symposium on Gender and Emotion
University of Limerick

2007

Immigration in Ireland: Impact, Challenges, Experiences
Breda Gray
(2007) Immigration in Ireland: Impact, Challenges, Experiences
Institute for the Study of European Transformation, London Metropolitan University

2007

MSc in Migration Studies Annual Public Lecture
Breda Gray
(2007) MSc in Migration Studies Annual Public Lecture
Centre for Migration Studies Omagh and Queen's University Belfast

2007

European Computer Supported Co-operative Work (ECSCW) Conference
Breda Gray and Luigina Ciolfi
(2007) European Computer Supported Co-operative Work (ECSCW) Conference
University of Limerick

2007

Irish Episcopal Commission for Emigrants Conference 'From Pastoral Care to Public Policy - Journeying with the Migrant'
Breda Gray
(2007) Irish Episcopal Commission for Emigrants Conference 'From Pastoral Care to Public Policy - Journeying with the Migrant'
Dunboyne

2007

Sibeal Speaks: A Postgraduate Conference on New Directions in Feminist, Sexuality and Gender Research
Breda Gray
(2007) Sibeal Speaks: A Postgraduate Conference on New Directions in Feminist, Sexuality and Gender Research
Univerrsity of Limerick

2005

International Sociological Association Conference: From Emigration to Immigration Countries in Europe
Breda Gray
(2005) International Sociological Association Conference: From Emigration to Immigration Countries in Europe
Cerisy, Normandy, France

2005

Women on Ireland Network Annual Conference 'Gender and Memory'
Breda Gray
(2005) Women on Ireland Network Annual Conference 'Gender and Memory'
University of Limerick

2005

Gendering Citizenship and Globalization
Breda Gray
(2005) Gendering Citizenship and Globalization
Universidad de Huelva

2005

Sociology Seminar Series, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Breda Gray
(2005) Sociology Seminar Series, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
National University of Ireland, Maynooth

2004

Gender, Memory and Narrative of the Self Symposium
Breda Gray
(2004) Gender, Memory and Narrative of the Self Symposium
University of Limerick

2004

Women's Studies Network (UK and Ireland) Annual Conference
Breda Gray
(2004) Women's Studies Network (UK and Ireland) Annual Conference
University College Dublin

2004

Irish Australian Studies: Irish Spaces: Homeland, Asylum, Empire, Diaspora
Breda Gray
(2004) Irish Australian Studies: Irish Spaces: Homeland, Asylum, Empire, Diaspora
University of Melbourne, Australia

2004

EU Presidency Conference: Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion
Breda Gray
(2004) EU Presidency Conference: Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion
Bundoran, Ireland

2004

International Sociological Association Conference: Racisms, Sexisms and Contemporary Politics of Belonging
Breda Gray
(2004) International Sociological Association Conference: Racisms, Sexisms and Contemporary Politics of Belonging
International Quaker Centre, London

2004

"Unmarried Mothers" in Twentieth-century Ireland: Cultural Reflections
Breda Gray
(2004) "Unmarried Mothers" in Twentieth-century Ireland: Cultural Reflections
University of Limerick

2004

Joint Conference of the American Conference for Irish Studies, British Association for Irish Studies and European Association for Irish Studies
Breda Gray
(2004) Joint Conference of the American Conference for Irish Studies, British Association for Irish Studies and European Association for Irish Studies
University of Limerick

2004

Symposium on the Health and Risk Behaviour of the Irish at Home and Away
Breda Gray
(2004) Symposium on the Health and Risk Behaviour of the Irish at Home and Away
University of Middlesex

2004

ACUME European Network Conference: Cultural Memory in Peripheral European Countries
Breda Gray
(2004) ACUME European Network Conference: Cultural Memory in Peripheral European Countries
University of Malta

2003

International Symposium on Feminist Transitions: Social, Cultural and Global
Breda Gray
(2003) International Symposium on Feminist Transitions: Social, Cultural and Global
University of Limerick

2003

Women's Movement. Migrant Women Transforming Ireland Conference
Breda Gray
(2003) Women's Movement. Migrant Women Transforming Ireland Conference
Trinity College Dublin

2003

Emigration Advice Network (EAN) Annual Conference
Breda Gray
(2003) Emigration Advice Network (EAN) Annual Conference
Dublin

2003

Symposium on Feminist Knowledge and Politics
Breda Gray
(2003) Symposium on Feminist Knowledge and Politics
University College Cork

2003

Re-Imagining Ireland International Conference
Breda Gray
(2003) Re-Imagining Ireland International Conference
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

2003

Fr Taffe Emigration Summer School
Breda Gray
(2003) Fr Taffe Emigration Summer School
Castlebar, Co Mayo, Ireland

2002

Wiles Trust Colloquium Irish migration
Breda Gray
(2002) Wiles Trust Colloquium Irish migration
Queen's University Belfast

2002

Oral History in Ireland Today
Breda Gray
(2002) Oral History in Ireland Today
University College Cork

2002

National Women's History Conference
Breda Gray
(2002) National Women's History Conference
St Patrick's College, Dublin

2001

British Association of Irish Studies Conference, Researching the Irish Diaspora
Breda Gray
(2001) British Association of Irish Studies Conference, Researching the Irish Diaspora
University of North London

2001

Irish Geography Annual Conference
Breda Gray
(2001) Irish Geography Annual Conference
University College Cork

2001

Migration and Transculturation Conference
Breda Gray
(2001) Migration and Transculturation Conference
University of London

2000

Locality, Identity, Diaspora Conference
Breda Gray
(2000) Locality, Identity, Diaspora Conference
Institute of Social/Cultural Anthropology, University of Hamburg

Published Reports

2020

The post-primary school experiences of Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in Ireland
McBride, Ruari-Santiago, Neary, Aoife, Gray, Breda and Lacey, Vanessa
(2020) The post-primary school experiences of Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in Ireland
:

2013

New Foundations: School 'Ethos' and LGBT Sexualities Conference Report
Neary A., Gray, B. and O'Sullivan, M.
(2013) New Foundations: School 'Ethos' and LGBT Sexualities Conference Report
Dublin : Irish Research Council

Other Publications

2018

Mobility, Connectivity and Non-Resident Citizenship: Migrant Social Media Campaigns in the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum
Gray B.
(2018) Mobility, Connectivity and Non-Resident Citizenship: Migrant Social Media Campaigns in the Irish Marriage Equality Referendum
In Journal Of Sociology;
DOI: 10.1177/0038038518807314

2018

‘Leaving Dublin’: Photographic portrayals of post-Celtic Tiger emigration – a sociological analysis
Gray B.
(2018) ‘Leaving Dublin’: Photographic portrayals of post-Celtic Tiger emigration – a sociological analysis
In Sociological Review;
DOI: 10.1177/0038026118795087

2017

Foreword
Gray, Breda
(2017) Foreword

2017

The Jesuits and globalization: historical legacies and contemporary challenges
Gray, B
(2017) The Jesuits and globalization: historical legacies and contemporary challenges
In Cambridge Review Of International Affairs; ABINGDON : ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD pp. 442-445
DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2018.1444854

2015

Foreword
Breda Gray
(2015) Foreword
In Ide B. O'Carroll, Models for Movers: Irish Women's Emigration to America ; Cork : Attic Press pp. ix-xi

2013

New Foundations: School Ethos and LBGT Sexualities Summary Report
Neary, A., Gray, B. & O'Sullivan, M
(2013) New Foundations: School Ethos and LBGT Sexualities Summary Report

2012

Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo (ed) Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland, (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hants.)
Breda Gray
(2012) Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo (ed) Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland, (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, Hants.)
In Ethnic and Racial Studies;

2011

Editor’s introduction: What does it mean to say sociology is going transnational?
Gray B.
(2011) Editor’s introduction: What does it mean to say sociology is going transnational?
In Irish Journal Of Sociology; pp. 1-7
DOI: 10.7227/IJS.19.2.1

2011

Empathy, emotion and feminist solidarities
Gray B.
(2011) Empathy, emotion and feminist solidarities
In Critical Studies; pp. 207-232

2011

Foreword
Breda Gray
(2011) Foreword
In Ghosts of the Faithful Departed by David Creedon; Cork : The Collins Press pp. i- v

2006

Preface
Breda Gray
(2006) Preface
In M. Cinta Ramblado-Minero and Auxiliadora Perez-Vides, (ed) Unmarried Mothers' in Twentieth-century Ireland: Cultural Reflections; Lampeter : The Edwin Mellon Press pp. i-vii

2005

Racism in the Irish experience
Gray, B
(2005) Racism in the Irish experience
Abingdon : Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd pp. 969-971

2005

Social support structures for migrants – Rapporteur's Report'
Breda Gray
(2005) Social support structures for migrants – Rapporteur's Report'
In Irish EU Presidency 2004 Conference Papers: Reconciling Mobility and Social Inclusion - the role of employment and social policy; Dublin : Office for Social Inclusion pp. 168-172

2003

Gender, identity and the, Irish press 1922-1937: Embodying the nation
Gray, B
(2003) Gender, identity and the, Irish press 1922-1937: Embodying the nation
Oxford : Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd pp. 500-501
DOI: 10.1016/j.wsif.2003.08.009

2001

Book Review: Outsiders Inside. Whiteness, Place and Irish Women, Bronwen Walter
Gray, B
(2001) Book Review: Outsiders Inside. Whiteness, Place and Irish Women, Bronwen Walter
*(Ed.)

2001

Book Review: A Distant Shore. Irish Migration and New Zealand Settlement, Lyndon Fraser (ed).
Gray, B
(2001) Book Review: A Distant Shore. Irish Migration and New Zealand Settlement, Lyndon Fraser (ed).
*(Ed.)

2001

Book Review: The men who built Britain. A history of the Irish navy, Ultan Cowley.
Gray, B
(2001) Book Review: The men who built Britain. A history of the Irish navy, Ultan Cowley.
*(Ed.)

2001

Irish Ethnicities Abroad and at Home
Gray, B
(2001) Irish Ethnicities Abroad and at Home
*(Ed.)

2000

Memories of 1950s emigration and the contemporary politics of immigration in Ireland
Gray, B
(2000) Memories of 1950s emigration and the contemporary politics of immigration in Ireland
*(Ed.)

2000

Book Review: Being National, Geoff Eley and Ronald Grigor Suny (eds.).
Gray, B
(2000) Book Review: Being National, Geoff Eley and Ronald Grigor Suny (eds.).
*(Ed.)

2000

Book Review: Women, States, and Nationalism. At home in the nation?, Sita Ranchod-Nilsson and Mary Ann Tétreault (eds).
Gray, B
(2000) Book Review: Women, States, and Nationalism. At home in the nation?, Sita Ranchod-Nilsson and Mary Ann Tétreault (eds).
*(Ed.)

2000

Book Review: Contesting Politics. Women in Ireland, north and south, Yvonne Galligan, Eilis Ward and Rich Wilford (Eds).
Gray, B
(2000) Book Review: Contesting Politics. Women in Ireland, north and south, Yvonne Galligan, Eilis Ward and Rich Wilford (Eds).
*(Ed.)

1999

Irish Women - A Contradictory Category
Gray, B
(1999) Irish Women - A Contradictory Category
*(Ed.)

1999

Steering a course somewhere between hegemonic discourses of Irishness
Gray, B
(1999) Steering a course somewhere between hegemonic discourses of Irishness
*(Ed.)

1998

Book Review: Women, Ethnicity and Nationalism: The Politics of Transition, Rick Wilford and Robert Miller (eds).
Gray, B
(1998) Book Review: Women, Ethnicity and Nationalism: The Politics of Transition, Rick Wilford and Robert Miller (eds).
*(Ed.)

1998

Book Review: Negotiating Identity Rhetoric, Metaphor, and Social Drama in Northern Ireland. Anthony D. Buckley and Mary Catherine Kenny (1995)
Gray, B
(1998) Book Review: Negotiating Identity Rhetoric, Metaphor, and Social Drama in Northern Ireland. Anthony D. Buckley and Mary Catherine Kenny (1995)
*(Ed.)

1997

Book Review: British Policy and the Refugees 1933-1941, Yvonne Kapp and Margaret Mynatt.
Gray, B
(1997) Book Review: British Policy and the Refugees 1933-1941, Yvonne Kapp and Margaret Mynatt.
*(Ed.)

1997

Book Review: Crossfires: Nationalism Racism and Gender in Europe, Helma Lutz, Ann Phoenix and Nira Yuval-Davis (eds.)
Gray, B
(1997) Book Review: Crossfires: Nationalism Racism and Gender in Europe, Helma Lutz, Ann Phoenix and Nira Yuval-Davis (eds.)
*(Ed.)

1997

Home" - a moving experience for Irish women"
Gray, B
(1997) Home" - a moving experience for Irish women"
*(Ed.)

1996

Book Review: Nationalism in Ireland (2nd edition), George Boyce.
Gray, B
(1996) Book Review: Nationalism in Ireland (2nd edition), George Boyce.
*(Ed.)

1995

Difference" Dilemmas for Management"
Gray, B
(1995) Difference" Dilemmas for Management"
In Advances In Case-Based Reasoning; *(Ed.)

1995

'Difference': Dilemmas for Managers
Gray, Breda
(1995) 'Difference': Dilemmas for Managers
In Gender Research Unit Occasional Papers Series; University of Bradford, UK :

1994

Book Review: The Politics of Identity: A Loyalist Community in Belfast, James McAuley.
Gray, B
(1994) Book Review: The Politics of Identity: A Loyalist Community in Belfast, James McAuley.
*(Ed.)