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Rolston, B. (2017) Women on the walls: Representations of women in political murals in Northern Ireland. Crime Media Culture . pp. 1-25. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2017) When Everywhere is Karbala: Murals, Martyrdom and Propaganda in Tehran. Memory Studies, n.a. . n.a.. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill and Ospina, Sofi (2017) Picturing Peace: Murals and Memory in Colombia. Race and Class, 58 (3). pp. 23-45. [Journal article]


Lasslett, Kristian, Rolston, Bill and Byrne, Elaine A (2015) State Crime in the North and South. In: Routledge Handbook of Irish Criminology. (Eds: Butler, M, Daly, Y, Hamilton, C and Healy, D), Routledge, Abingdon, ---. ISBN - [Book section]

Lundy, Patricia and Rolston, Bill (2015) Redress for past harms? Official apologies in Northern Ireland. The International Journal of Human Rights, http:/ . [Journal article]

Rolston, B. and Alvarez Berastegi, Amaia (2015) Taking Murals Seriously: Basque Murals and Mobilisation. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 29 (1). pp. 33-56. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2014) Messages of allegiance and defiance: the murals of Gaza. Race and Class, 55 (4). pp. 40-64. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2014) Resistance and Pride: the Murals of Orgosolo, Sardinia. State Crime, 3 (1). pp. 73-101. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill and Artz, Lillian (2014) Re-entry problems: the post-prison challenges and experiences of former political prisoners in South Africa and Northern Ireland. International Journal of Human Rights, 18 (7-8). pp. 861-880. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2013) Prison as a Liberated Zone: the Murals of Long Kesh, Northern Ireland. State Crime, 2 (2). pp. 149-172. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2013) Prison as a Liberated Zone: the Murals of Long Kesh, Northern Ireland. State Crime, 2 (2). pp. 149-172. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2012) Combatants’ Children: Conflict and Resilience in Northern Ireland. Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law, 6 . pp. 61-82. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2012) ‘Reimaging: Mural Painting and the State in Northern Ireland’. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 15 (5). pp. 447-466. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2012) The State’s Role in the Management and Resolution of Violent Conflict: Learning from Northern Ireland? In: The Ashgate Research Companion on Political Violence. (Eds: Breen-Smyth, Marie), Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 467-492. ISBN 9780754677529 [Book section]


Rolston, Bill (2011) Children of the Revolution: the Lives of Sons and Daughters of Activists in Northern Ireland. Derry, Guildhall Press. 217 pp ISBN 9781906271381 [Book (authored)]

Rolston, Bill (2011) ¡Hasta La Victoria!: Murals and Resistance in Santiago, Chile. Identities 18(2) 2011: 113-137, 18 (2). pp. 113-137. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2010) ‘Trying to reach the future through the past’: murals and commemoration in Northern Ireland. Crime Media Culture, 6 (3). pp. 285-307. [Journal article]


McVeigh, R. and Rolston, B. (2009) Civilising the Irish. Race & Class, 51 (1). p. 2. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill and Hackett, C. (2009) The burden of memory: Victims, storytelling and resistance in Northern Ireland. Memory Studies, 2 (3). p. 355. [Journal article]


McVeigh, R. and Rolston, Bill (2007) From Good Friday to Good Relations: sectarianism, racism and the Northern Ireland state. Race & Class, 48 (4). p. 1. [Journal article]

Rolston, B. (2007) Demobilization and Reintegration of Ex-Combatants: the Irish Case in International Perspective. Social & Legal Studies, 16 (2). p. 259. [Journal article]

Rolston, B. (2007) Facing reality: The media, the past and conflict transformation in Northern Ireland. Crime, Media, Culture, 3 (3). p. 345. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2007) "The Brothers on the Walls": International Solidarity and Irish Political Murals. Journal of Black Studies, 39 (3). p. 446. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2006) Dealing with the Past: Pro-State Paramilitaries, Truth and Transition in Northern Ireland. Human Rights Quarterly, 28 (3). p. 652. [Journal article]


Rolston, B. (2005) In the Full Glare of English Politics: Ireland, Inquiries and the British State. British Journal of Criminology, 45 (4). p. 547. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill (2005) 'An effective mask for terror': Democracy, death squads and Northern Ireland. Crime, Law and Social Change, 44 (2). p. 181. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill, Schubotz, Dirk and Simpson, Audrey (2005) Sex education in Northern Ireland schools: a critical evaluation. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 5 (3). p. 217. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2004) 'Ireland of the welcomes'? racism and anti-racism in nineteenth-century Ireland. Patterns of Prejudice, 38 (4). p. 355. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill and McLaughlin, Gregory (2004) All news is local: covering the war in Iraq in Northern Ireland's daily newspapers. Journalism Studies, 5 (2). p. 191. [Journal article]

Rolston, Bill and McLaughlin, Gregory (2004) ‘All news is local: covering the war in Iraq in Northern Ireland’s daily newspapers’. Journalism Studies, 5 (2). pp. 191-202. [Journal article]

Schubotz, Dirk, Rolston, Bill and Simpson, Audrey (2004) Sexual behaviour of young people in Northern Ireland: first sexual experience. Critical Public Health, 14 (2). p. 177. [Journal article]

Schubotz, Dirk, Simpson, Audrey and Rolston, Bill (2004) The first time: young people and sex in Northern Ireland. Journal of Youth Studies, 7 (2). p. 191. [Journal article]


Rolston, Bill (2003) Changing the Political Landscape: Murals and Transition in Northern Ireland. Irish Studies Review, 11 (1). p. 3. [Journal article]

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