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.