Marnie Hay

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Dr Marnie Hay specialises in modern Irish history, with particular emphasis on the histories of the Irish cultural revival, the Irish revolution, and youth. Her present research examines Irish youth culture in the early twentieth century. Her most recent monograph Na Fianna Éireann and the Irish Revolution, 1909-23: Scouting for Rebels (2019, paperback 2021) is published by Manchester University Press. She is the module coordinator for the following history modules at DCU: The Irish Revival and Revolution, 1884-1922 (HY329); A History of Northern Ireland, 1912-98 (HY339); Children and Childhood in the Western World (HY231); and Research Methods for the Historian (HY510). She is a founding member of the History of Irish Childhood Research Network, a former committee member of the Irish Society for the Study of Children’s Literature (ISSCL), and a former academic director of the Parnell Summer School (2011-12).

Book

Year Publication
2021 Marnie Hay (2021) Na Fianna Éireann and the Irish Revolution, 1909-23: Scouting for Rebels. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Link]
2019 Marnie Hay (2019) Na Fianna Éireann and the Irish Revolution, 1909-23: Scouting for Rebels. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Link]
2009 Marnie Hay (2009) Bulmer Hobson and the Nationalist Movement in Twentieth-Century Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Link]

Book Chapter

Year Publication
2017 Marnie Hay (2017) 'Na Fianna Éireann' In: Atlas of the Irish Revolution. Cork : Cork University Press.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) 'Scouting for rebels: Na Fianna Éireann and preparation for the coming war, 1909-18' In: Children's Literature and Culture of the First World War. Oxford : Routledge.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) 'Performing Irish Nationalism on and off the Stage: Bulmer Hobson and Patrick Pearse' In: Patrick Pearse and the Theatre. Dublin : Four Courts Press.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) 'A “republic of learning”: Bulmer Hobson, nationalism and the printed word' In: Rebellion and Revolution in Dublin: Voices from a Suburb, Rathfarnham, 1913-23. Dublin : South Dublin Libraries.
2015 Marnie Hay (2015) 'From rogue revolutionary to rogue civil servant: the resurrection of Bulmer Hobson' In: Years of Turbulence: Essays on the Irish Revolution and its Aftermath in Honour of Michael Laffan. Dublin : UCD Press.
2015 Marnie Hay (2015) 'An Irish nationalist adolescence: Na Fianna Éireann, 1909-23' In: Adolescence in Modern Irish History. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan.
2012 Marnie Hay (2012) 'What did advanced nationalists tell Irish children in the early twentieth century?' In: What do we tell the children? Critical Essays on Children's Literature. Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars Press.
2011 Marnie Hay (2011) 'The propaganda of Na Fianna Éireann, 1909-26' In: Young Irelands: Studies in Children's Literature. Dublin : Four Courts Press.
2006 Marnie Hay (2006) 'This treasured island: Irish nationalist propaganda aimed at children and youth, 1910-16' In: Treasure Islands: Studies in Children's Literature. Dublin : Four Courts Press.
2004 Marnie Hay (2004) 'Explaining Uladh: the promotion of cultural nationalism in Ulster' In: The Irish Revival Reappraised. Dublin : Four Courts Press.

Edited Book

Year Publication
2020 Marnie Hay and Catherine Cox (Ed.). (2020) The History of Irish Childhoods special issue of Irish Economic and Social History, 47:1. London: SAGE Journals, [Link]
2016 Marnie Hay and Daire Keogh (Ed.). (2016) Rebellion and Revolution in Dublin: Voices from a Suburb, Rathfarnham, 1913-23. Dublin: South Dublin Libraries,
2016 Marnie Hay, Ríona Nic Congáil and Sarah-Anne Buckley (Ed.). (2016) Special Irish issue of the Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth. Maryland, USA: John Hopkins University,

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2020 Marnie Hay (2020) 'Centuries of Irish Childhoods'. Irish Economic and Social History, 47 (1):3-9. [DOI]
2009 Marnie Hay (2009) 'Kidnapped: Bulmer Hobson, the IRB and the 1916 Easter Rising'. Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 35 (1):53-60.
2008 Marnie Hay (2008) 'The foundation and development of Na Fianna Éireann, 1909-16'. Irish Historical Studies, 36 (141):53-71.
2022 Marnie Hay (2022) ''Those lads would tackle anything': Na Fianna Éireann and the publishing enterprise of youth in the early twentieth century'. Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 44 (1).

Other Journal

Year Publication
2022 Marnie Hay (2022) 'The rocky road to the amalgamation of the Sinn Féin movement, 1907' Cut & Paste 2022: Remembering Arthur Griffith, 5 :10-15.
2011 Marnie Hay (2011) 'Moulding the future: Na Fianna Éireann and its members, 1909-1923' Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 100 (400) :441-449.
2009 Marnie Hay (2009) 'The mysterious 'disappearance' of Bulmer Hobson' Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 98 (390) :185-195.

Conference Contribution

Year Publication
2021 Marnie Hay (2021) Society for the History of Childhood and Youth 11th Biennial Conference Irish nationalist girl scouts during the era of the Irish Revolution, 1911-23 NUI Galway (online), 25/06/2021-25/06/2021.
2021 Marnie Hay (2021) Children and Youth Speaking Up and Speaking Out Witnesses, participants and commentators: Adolescent engagement with the Irish Revolution Manchester Metropolitan University (online), 19/06/2021-19/06/2021.
2020 Marnie Hay (2020) Writing the Irish Revolution: Counties in Perspective Closing Reflections: Reading and Writing the Irish Revolution DCU St Patrick's Campus, 25/01/2020-25/01/2020.
2019 Marnie Hay (2019) 1919: Building Foundations in Post-War Instability Countess Markievicz's roles within Na Fianna Éireann Trinity College Dublin, 07/09/2019-07/09/2019.
2019 Marnie Hay (2019) 1919:The Birth of a Counter State Rebellious youth: Na Fianna Éireann and defiance of the British state in Ireland DCU St Patrick's Campus, 26/01/2019-26/01/2019.
2018 Marnie Hay (2018) Centuries of Childhood Conference This conference explored the history of children and childhood in Ireland and beyond from the late sixteenth century onward DCU St Patrick's Campus, 15/06/2018-16/06/2018.
2017 Marnie Hay (2017) 1917:Aftermath of Rebellion Irish childhood in a time of war and revolution DCU St Patrick's Campus, 28/01/2017-28/01/2017.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) Children and Childhood before and after the Revolution Witnesses and Participants: Adolescent engagement with the Irish Revolution NUI Galway, 17/09/2016-.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) DePaul University 12th Annual Student History Conference Living and Dying for Ireland: Youth and the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin DePaul University, Chicago, USA, 29/04/2016-.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) Women and Conflict: From 1916 to the Good Friday Agreement Irish Nationalist Girl Scouts before and after 1916 Glasnevin Campus, DCU, Dublin, Ireland, 13/04/2016-.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) Children and the Irish Revolution Witnesses, Participants and Commentators: Adolescent Engagement with the Irish Revolution St Patrick's Campus, DCU, Dublin, Ireland, 27/02/2016-.
2016 Marnie Hay and Sharon Murphy (2016) Children and the Irish Revolution Multidisciplinary symposium with sessions on history, literature and education St Patrick's Campus, DCU, Dublin Ireland, 27/02/2016-.
2015 Marnie Hay (2015) Irish Society for the Study of Children's Literature Conference - Constructing Childhoods and Texts for Children Semi-annual ISSCL Conference dlrLexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, 10/04/2015-11/04/2015.
2015 Marnie Hay (2015) Irish Society for the Study of Children's Literature Conference - Constructing Childhoods and Texts for Children Children and the Irish Cultural Revival dlrLexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, 10/04/2015-.
2016 Marnie Hay (2016) 1916 in Context Na Fianna Éireann and the Easter Rising St Patrick's Campus, DCU, Dublin, Ireland, 23/01/2016-.
2014 Marnie Hay (2014) Twenty Years A-Growing An international conference on the history of Irish childhood from the medieval to modern age St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland, 09/06/2014-10/06/2014.
2014 Marnie Hay (2014) Twenty Years A-Growing Active Supporters or Collateral Damage? The Roles of Children and Youth in the Irish Revolution St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland, 09/06/2014-.
2014 Marnie Hay (2014) Irish Society for the Study of Children's Literature Conference Merry and wise? Nodlaig na bhFiann and the enterprise of youth Maynooth University, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, 28/03/2014-.
2013 Marnie Hay (2013) Patrick Pearse and Theatre Performing Irish Nationalism: Bulmer Hobson and Theatre St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland, 30/11/2013-.
2013 Marnie Hay (2013) Approaching War: Childhood, Culture and the First World War, 1880-1919 Scouting for Rebels: Na Fianna Éireann and Preparation for the Coming War, 1909-1918 Newcastle University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK, 17/03/2013-.

Book Review

Year Publication
2020 Hay, M (2020) Children and the Great Hunger in Ireland. LONDON: BREV [DOI]
2019 Hay, M (2019) KATHERINE HUGHES: A LIFE AND A JOURNEY. CAMBRIDGE: BREV [DOI]
2014 Hay, M (2014) Irish Socialist Republicanism, 1909-36. LEEDS: BREV

Electronic Source

Year Publication
2015 Marnie Hay (2015) Children and the Irish Cultural Revival. Dublin: ELES [Link]
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Committees

Committee Function From / To
BAJH Programme Board 01/09/2019 - 03/12/2021
Museum of Childhood Ireland Project 01/02/2017 -
Universities Ireland History Committee 15/10/2015 -

Research Interests

My research interests include: the history of children and childhood (including adolescence), the history of nationalism, the Irish cultural revival (including the northern branch of this revival), the Irish revolution, Irish and British youth culture, Northern Ireland, and the Irish in Canada.