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Edge, Sarah (2014) 'He's a Good Solider, He cares About the Future ' : Post- Feminist Masculinities , The IRA Man and 'Peace' in Northern Ireland. In: Masculinity And Irish Popular Culture Tiger's Tales. Palgrave macmillan, Basingstoke England, 195 -206. ISBN 978-1-137-30023-2 [Book section]

Edge, Sarah (2014) Reading the Fenian Photographs: A historically and culturally located study. In: Visual Communication. (Eds: Machin, David), De Gruter Mouton, Berlin, pp. 483-500. ISBN 978-3-11-025548-5 [Book section]


Edge, Sarah (2013) Photography and Poststructuralism: The Indexical and Iconic Sign System. In: The Edinburgh Companion to Postructuralism. (Eds: Dillet, Benoit, Mackenzie, Iain and Porter, Robert), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 311-332. ISBN 978074864122 [Book section]


Edge, Sarah (2011) Traces of Traces: An Exploration of the Albums of William Mckinney. Dunree Art Gallery Buncrana Donegal Ireland. [Exhibition]


Baylis, Gail and Edge, Sarah (2010) The Great Famine: absence, memory and photography. Cultural Studies, 24 (6). pp. 778-800. [Journal article]


Edge, Sarah (2009) Negotiating Peace in Northern Ireland: Film, Television and Post Feminism. Visual Culture in Britain, 10 (2). pp. 177-187. [Journal article]

Edge, Sarah (2009) Photography, Higher Education and the Skills Agenda. Photographies, 2 (2). pp. 203-214. [Journal article]


Edge, Sarah (2008) Urbanisation Discourse Class Gender in Mid Victorian Photographs of Maids - reading the archive of Arthur J Munby. Critical Discourse Studies, 5 (4). pp. 303-317. [Journal article]

Edge, Sarah, Crilly, Anne and Baylis, Gail (2008) London Street: A Visual Exploration. Context Gallery. [Exhibition]


Edge, Sarah (2006) Net Art Project ‘Selective Subjective: The Historical Photograph as a Trace of History’,. [Digital or visual media]


Edge, Sarah (2005) Gender, Nationalism and Northern Ireland : Contemporary Renegotiations in Popular Culture. In: Nation and Gender in Contemporary Europe: Exploring the east-west divide. Manchester University Press, pp. 149-165. ISBN 0-7190-68568 [Book section]

Edge, Sarah (2005) ‘Le Petit Chaperon Rouge’. Riverside Gallery Coleraine. [Exhibition]

Edge, Sarah (2005) Memory Myth Photography. Context Gallaries Derry City. [Exhibition]

Edge, Sarah (2005) Publication: catalogue essays for the publication Memory Myth Photography: A Photographic Exhibition. [Other]

Edge, Sarah (2005) ‘Why do we Love’ Photographic installation. Riverside Gallery Coleraine. [Exhibition]


Edge, Sarah (2004) Photographic History and the Visual Appearance of an Irish Nationalist Discourse 1840-1870. Victorian Literature and Culture, 23 (1). pp. 17-39. [Journal article]

Edge, Sarah (2004) Photographing Children : the work of Tierney Gearon and Sally Mann. Visual Culture in Britain, 5 (1). pp. 75-89. [Journal article]

Edge, Sarah and Baylis, Gail (2004) Photographing children: the works of Tierney Gearon and Sally Mann. Visual Culture in Britain, 5 (1). pp. 75-89. [Journal article]


Edge, Sarah (2000) Images and the Self: The Semiotic '‘Chora’' in Recent Post Feminist Theory’. In: 'Formations: A 21st Century Media Studies Textbook’. Manchester University Press, pp. 267-269. ISBN 0719058457 [Book section]


Edge, Sarah (1999) ‘Photography and the Self’. CIRCA: Irish and International Contemporary Visual Culture, 90 . pp. 30-35. [Journal article]

Edge, Sarah (1999) Why did they kill Barney : Media Northern Ireland and the Riddle of Loyalist Terror. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14 (1). pp. 91-116. [Journal article]


Edge, Sarah (1995) ‘Jo Spence British Photographer 1934-1992’. In: Dictionary of Women Artists. Fitzroy Dearon, pp. 1297-1300. ISBN 1884964214 [Book section]

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