Below is a selection of books and papers that the Prisons Memory Archive find relevant.

  • Alison, M. H. (2009) Women and political violence: female combatants in ethno-national conflict (London: Routledge)
  • Aretxaga, B. (1997) Shattering Silence: Women, Nationalism and Political Subjectivity in Northern Ireland (New Jersey: Princeton University Press)
  • Brady, E. (2011) In the Footsteps of Anne: Stories of Republican Women Ex-Prisoners (Belfast: Shanway Press)
  • Bruzzi, S. (2004) New Documentary: A Critical Introduction (London: Routledge)
  • Corcoran, M. (2006) Out of Order: The Political Imprisonment of Women in Northern Ireland, 1972-1999 (Devon: Willan Publishing)
  • Dawson, G. (2007) Making Peace with the Past? Memory Trauma and the Irish Troubles (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
  • Dowler, L. (1998) “‘And They Think I’m Just a Nice Old Lady’ Women and War in Belfast, Northern Ireland”. Gender, Place and Culture, Vol.5, p.p 159-176
  • Fairweather, E.; McDonough, R.; McFadyean, M. (1984) Only the Rivers Run Free (London: Pluto)
  • Felman, S.; Laub, D. (1992) Testimony: Crisis of Witnessing in Literature, Psychoanalysis, and History (New York: Routledge)
  • Hackett, C. and Rolston, B. (2009) ‘The burden of memory: Victims, storytelling and resistance in Northern Ireland’. Memory Studies 2(3), pp.355-76.
  • Jelin, E. (2003) State, Repression and the Labours of Memory (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press)
  • Little, A. and Scott, R. (2009) Give a Boy a Gun (London:Darton Longman Todd)
  • MacDougall, D. (1998) Transcultural Cinema. New Jersey: Princeton University Press
  • McCafferty, N. (1981) The Armagh Women (Michigan: Co-Op Books)
  • McDowell, S. (2009) ‘Negotiating Places of Pain in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland: Debating the Future of the Maze prison/Long Kesh’. In Logan, W.; Reeves, K. Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with Difficult Heritage (New York : Routledge)
  • Mairs, J. (2013) ‘Unseen Women: Stories from Armagh Gaol. Collaborative post-conflict documentary’. Journal of Media Practice: Screenworks. Vol 4: 5
  • McKeown, L. (2001) Out of Time: Irish Republican Prisoners Long Kesh 1972-2000 (Belfast: Beyond the Pale)
  • McIlroy, B. (1998) Shooting to Kill: Filmmaking and the Troubles in Northern Ireland (Wiltshire: Flicks Books)
  • McLaughlin, C. and Mairs, J. (2012) ‘Unheard Voices: Recording Stories from the Troubles’. In MacKeogh, C.; O’Connell, D., (eds.) Documentary in a Changing State: Ireland Since the 1990s (Cork: Cork University Press)
  • McLaughlin, C. (2012) Recording Memories from Political Conflict: a filmmaker’s journey. Intellect: Bristol.
  • McWilliams, M. (1995) ‘Struggling for Peace and Justice: Reflections on Women’s Activism in Northern Ireland’. Journal of Women’s History, Vol 6 No4/ Vol 7 No1 (Winter/Spring)
  • Miller, D. (1994) Don’t Mention the War: Northern Ireland, Propaganda and the Media (London: Pluto)
  • Morrison, D. (1999) Then the Walls Came Down: A Prison Journal (Cork: Mercier Press)
  • Murray, R. (1998) Hard Time: Armagh Gaol 1971-1986 (Dublin: Mercier Press)
  • Rogers, K. L., Leydesdorff S. and Dawson, G. (ed) (2004) Trauma: Life Stories of Survivors (New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers)
  • Rolston, B. and Miller, D. (ed.) (1996) War and Words: Northern Ireland Media Reader (Belfast: Beyond the Pale Publications)
  • Ryder, C. (2000). Inside The Maze: The Untold Story of the Northern Ireland Prison Service (London: Methuen)
  • Sarkar, B. and Walker, J. (ed.) (2010) Documentary Testimonies: Global Archives of Suffering (New York: Routledge)
  • Shirlow, P. and McEvoy, K. (2008) Beyond the Wire: Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland (London: Pluto Press)
  • Shirlow P. and Dowler L. (2010) “‘Wee women no more’: female partners of republican political prisoners in Belfast” Environment and Planning A 42(2) 384 – 399
  • Sullivan, M. (1999) Women in Northern Ireland (Florida: University Press of Florida)
  • Ward, R. (2006) Women Unionism and Loyalism in Northern Ireland: From ‘Tea-Makers’ to Political Actors (Dublin: Irish Academy Press)