1. Consuming Irish Children: Advertising and the Art of Independence, Peter Lang: Oxford, (2017). ISBN 978-3-0343-1989-8.
1. ‘Second Cities of Empire: Celtic Consumerism Exhibited' in Alison O'Malley-Younger and Willy Maley (Eds.), Celtic Connections: Irish-Scottish Relations and the Politics of Culture, Peter Lang: Dublin, 2012.
2. ‘The Charity Myth' and Victorian Consumer Culture: Jules Verne and Hector Malot’s Franco-Irish Foundlings in Eamon Maher and Catherine Maignant (Eds.), The French in Ireland, The Irish in France, Peter Lang: Oxford, 2012.
3. ‘Peaceful Pearse? Waging War in the Irish National Education System through Victorian Irish Advertising, Educational Publications and Literature’ in Alison O'Malley-Younger and John Strachan (Eds.) Ireland at War and Peace, Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle, 2011. 27-42.
4. ‘French and Irish Perspectives on Childhood Rebellion in Nineteenth Century Literature and Advertising', in Eamon Maher and Eugene O'Brien (Eds.), War of the Words: Literary Rebellion in France and Ireland, TIR: CRBC, Rennes-2, European University of Brittany, 2010. 59-78.
1. Clark, L., "Shailja Patel and Rafeef Ziadah’s Performance Poetry and Activism: Theorising Praxis" Academia, vols. 3 & 4, 22-30, 2018.
2. "Transgressive contemporary Arab women's writing: Ahlem Mosteghanemi's Memory in the Flesh and the poetry of Hala Mohammad in Poets of Protest", International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, IV, X, 2016. 1-22.
3. "Writing for Publication in English: Challenges and Prospects", Study in English Language Teaching, Vol 2 No2, 2014, 162-174.
4. "Gendering the Victorian Irish Child Consumer", Journal of Historical Research in Marketing. Vol 6, No 1, 2014. 8-28.
5. "Rev. George Brittaine and Joris-K Huysmans and Sensitive Sublect/ Object Matters", in Journal of Franco Irish Studies, Vol 3, 1-15, 2013. http://arrow.dit.ie/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=jofis.
6. ‘Idea-making and Crises: Contradictions between the Presentation, Argumentation and Form of Ideas in Selected Works of Descartes and Voltaire', in Journal of Franco Irish Studies, Vol 2: 2011.71-79.
7. ‘Arrested Development: Shavian Attitudes Towards Family and Social Development', The Shavian ,The Journal of the George Bernard Shaw Society, Volume 11. No.1: June 2009.2-9.
1. Review of Children's Fiction 1765-1808, Anne Markey (Ed.), Irish University Review (Forthcoming).
2. Review of The Consolations of Philosophy: Reflections in an Economic Downturn by Paul O'Grady (Ed.), Irish University Review (Forthcoming).
3. Review of New Vocabularies, Old Ideas by Neil O'Boyle in Irish Studies Review, Vol.20 No.2, May 2012. 218-220.
4. Review of The Politics and Poetics of Irish Children's Literature by Nancy Watson in Irish University Review, Vol. 41 No.2, Autumn/Winter 2011.326-329.
5. Review of The Politics of Writing: Julia Kavanagh 1824-77 by Eileen Fauset in Irish University Review, Vol. 41 No.2, Autumn/Winter 2011.323-326.
6. Review of Shaw as Artist-Fabian by Andrew Carpenter in Irish Studies Review, Vol. 18 No.3, August 2010. 380-382.
7. Review of Irish Novels 1890-1940, New Bearings in Culture and Fiction by John Wilson Foster in Irish Studies Review, Vol. 18 No.2, May 2010. 249-251.
8. Review of Oscar Wilde's Plagiarism, the Triumph of Art over Ego by Florina Tufescu in Irish Studies Review, Vol. 18 No.1 February 2010. 123-124.
1. 2008-2012: The Leverhulme Trust- Full Doctoral Research Scholarship.
2. 2009: Economic History Society - Travel Grant.