dr. J. (John) Flood
Senior Lecturer (US title: Assistant Professor)
- Flood, J. (2020). Kilcash and the Butlers of Ormond: Conflict and Kinship from the Middle Ages to the Great Famine. (1 ed.) Geography Publications.
- Flood, J. (Author). (2019). Historic Kilcash: Cad a dhéanfaimid feasta gan adhmad?. Web publication/site http://www.kilcash.org
- Flood, J. (Ed.) (2018). The University of Groningen: An Unofficial History. Department of English Language and Culture.
- Flood, J. (2014). The works of Walter Quin, an Irishman at the Stuart Courts. Four Courts Press.
- Flood, J. (2014). Rhetorical Play in Cornelius Agrippa: The Declamation on the Nobility and Pre-eminence of the Female Sex. In K. E. Olsen, & J. R. Veenstra (Eds.), Airy Nothings: Imagining the Other World of Faerie from the Middle Ages to the Age of Reason (pp. 25-40). Brill.
- Flood, J., Ginther, J. R., & Goering, J. W. (Eds.) (2013). Robert Grosseteste and His Intellectual Milieu: New Editions and Studies. Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies.
- Flood, J., & McEvoy, J. (2013). Romanorum malleus et contemptor? Confessional Identity and the Reputation of Robert Grosseteste in the Early Modern Period. In J. Flood, J. R. Ginther, & J. W. Goering (Eds.), Robert Grosseteste: Studies and Editions of his Thought in Context (pp. 319-390). Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies.
- Flood, J. (2012). Unit 15: Detective Fiction; Unit 19: Review of Victorianism. In K. Mackeogh (Ed.), Literature 5: Literatures of the Nineteenth Century (3 ed.). Dublin City University.
- Flood, J. (2012). 'Very far from being dark and affectedly mysterious': women, philosophy and the interpretation of Genesis 1-3 in seventeenth-century England. In H. Cooney, & M. S. Sweetnam (Eds.), Enigma and Revelation in Renaissance Literature: Essays Presented to Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin (pp. 216 - 240). Four Courts Press.
- Flood, J. (2011). Representations of Eve in antiquity and the English Middle Ages. (Routledge Studies in Medieval Religion and Culture). Routledge.
- Ní Chuilleanáin, E., & Flood, J. (Eds.) (2010). Heresy and orthodoxy in early English literature, 1350-1680. (3 ed.) Four Courts Press.
- Flood, J. (2010). 'Known men?' The identification of Lollards and their works. In J. Flood, & E. Ní Chuilleanáin (Eds.), Heresy and Orthodoxy in Early English Literature, 1350-1680 (pp. 23 - 38). (Dublin Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature; No. 3). Four Courts Press.
- McEvoy, J., Lebech, M., & Flood, J. (2009). 'De dignitate conditionis humanae': Translation, Commentary, and Reception History of the 'Dicta Albini' (Ps.-Alcuin) and the 'Dicta Candidi'. Viator, 40(2), 1 - 34.
- Flood, J. (2009). Review of: Fires of Faith: Catholic England Under Mary Tudor. Renaissance Quarterly, 62(4), 1331-1332. https://doi.org/10.1086/650103
- Flood, J. (2007). Lakoff and Johnson and the Cognitive Theory of Metaphor. In W. Desmond (Ed.), Yearbook of the Irish Philosophical Society (pp. 43 - 61). The Irish Philosophical Society.
- Flood, J. (2003). A Source for the Depiction of Eve in the Early Modern Period: Biblical Latin Epic of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries. In C. Meek, & C. Lawless (Eds.), Pawns or Players: Studies on Medieval and Early Modern Women (pp. 18-35). Four Courts Press.
- Flood, J. (1999). Aræred in The Dream of the Rood, and the Gospel of St. John. English Language Notes, 36(4), 1-4.