McKibben (Sarah Elizabeth)

McKibben (Sarah E.): Born to die... and to live on: terminal metaphors in the life of Irish.
In Irish review 26 (Autumn, 2000), pp. 89–99.
McKibben (Sarah E.): Angry laments and grieving postcoloniality.
In New voices in Irish criticism (2000), pp. 215–223.
McKibben (Sarah E.): Laoiseach Mac an Bhaird and the politics of close reading.
In PHCC 20/21 (2007), pp. 262–284.
McKibben (Sarah E.): Speaking the unspeakable: male humiliation and female national allegory after Kinsale.
In Éire-Ireland 43/3-4 (Fall/Winter, 2008), pp. 11–30.
Investigates the role of gender in the Irish poetic response to the setbacks that followed the defeat of Hugh O’Neill at the battle of Kinsale (1601).
McKibben (Sarah E.): Bardic poetry, masculinity, and the politics of male homosociality.
In Companion to Irish literature (2010), pp. 59–75 (of vol. 1).
McKibben (Sarah E.): Endangered masculinities in Irish poetry: 1540–1780.
Dublin: University College Dublin, 2010. xii + 196 pp.
Rev. by
Lesa Ní Mhunghaile, in ECI 28 (2013), pp. 237-238.
McKibben (Sarah E.): In their “owne countre” : deriding and defending the early modern Irish nation after Gerald of Wales.
In Eolas 8 (2015), pp. 39–70.
McKibben (Sarah E.): Guaranteeing what cannot be guaranteed: defending and adapting bardic patronage in Ag so an chomairce, a Chormaic (ca. 1585) by Tadhg Dall Ó hUiginn.
In NAJCS 2/1 (2018), pp. 1–36.