Dr Sinead Kennedy

English

Senior University Tutor; First Year Co-ordinator; MAP Liaison

Iontas Building
Ground Floor
Office 0.19a
(01) 708 3396

Biography

Research Interests

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2021 ''No Country for Young Women': (Re)producing the Irish State'
Sinead Kennedy (2021) ''No Country for Young Women': (Re)producing the Irish State' In: Oona Frawley (eds). Women and the Decade of Commemorations. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. [Details]
2020 'The Right to Know: Gender, Power, Reproduction and Knowledge Regulation in Ireland'
Sinead Kennedy (2020) 'The Right to Know: Gender, Power, Reproduction and Knowledge Regulation in Ireland' In: Mary Corcoran & Paulinę Cullen (eds). Producing Knowledge, Reproducing Gender Power, Production and Practice in Contemporary Ireland. Dublin: University College Dublin Press. [Details]
2019 'A Double Movement: The Politics of Reproductive Mobility in Ireland'
Mary Gilmartin, Sinéad Kennedy (2019) 'A Double Movement: The Politics of Reproductive Mobility in Ireland' In: Christabelle Sethna & Gayle Davis (eds). Abortion Across Borders. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. [Details]
2018 'Défendre L'Irlande Catholique'
Mary McAuliffe and Sinead Kennedy (2018) 'Défendre L'Irlande Catholique' In: Campagnes Anti-Genre en Europe: Des Mobilisations contre l'égalité. Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon. [Details]
2018 'Mobility, Migrants and Abortion in Ireland'
Sinéad Kennedy and Mary Gilmartin (2018) 'Mobility, Migrants and Abortion in Ireland' In: Crossing Troubled Water: Abortion in Ireland, Northern Ireland and Prince Edward Island. Prince Edward Island: Island Studies Press at UPEI. [Details]
2017 'Defending Catholic Ireland'
Mary McAuliffe & Sinéad Kennedy (2017) 'Defending Catholic Ireland' In: David Paternotte & Roman Kuhar (eds). Anti-Gender Campaigns in Europe: Mobilizing against Equality. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. [Details]
2015 'The perfect storm: crisis, capitalism and democracy'
Sinéad Kennedy (2015) 'The perfect storm: crisis, capitalism and democracy' In: Ireland under Austerity: Neoliberal crisis, Neoliberal solutions. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
2003 'Irish Women and the Celtic Tiger'
Sinéad Kennedy (2003) 'Irish Women and the Celtic Tiger' In: The End of Irish History?. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]

Edited Books

  Year Publication
2015 The Abortion Papers Ireland: Volume 2
Aideen Quilty, Sinéad Kennedy & Catherine Conlon (Ed.). (2015) The Abortion Papers Ireland: Volume 2 Cork: Cork University Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2018 '“#Repealthe8th”: Ireland, Abortion Access and the movement to remove the eighth amendment'
Sinéad Kennedy (2018) '“#Repealthe8th”: Ireland, Abortion Access and the movement to remove the eighth amendment'. Antropologia, 5 (2):13-31 [DOI] [full-text] [Details]
2017 'Special Issue: Gender, Sexuality, and Intersectionality'
Sinead Kennedy, Abby Palko, Moynagh Sullivan (2017) 'Special Issue: Gender, Sexuality, and Intersectionality'. BREAC: A DIGITAL JOURNAL OF IRISH STUDIES, [full-text] [Details]

Other Journals

  Year Publication
2016 'Review: Sexual Politics in Modern Ireland'
Sinead Kennedy (2016) 'Review: Sexual Politics in Modern Ireland' Key Words: A Journal of Cultural Materialism, . [Details]
2013 'Marxism and Feminism in an age of neoliberalism'
Sinéad Kennedy (2013) 'Marxism and Feminism in an age of neoliberalism' Irish Marxist Review, 2 (7) :5-16. [Details]

Article

  Year Publication
2018 Fired! Irish women poets and the canon.
Sinéad Kennedy (2018) Fired! Irish women poets and the canon. Article [Details]
2018 Ireland’s Fight for Choice.
Sinead Kennedy (2018) Ireland’s Fight for Choice. Article [Details]
2018 Dublin Feminist Film Festivaland the female gaze.
Sinéad Kennedy (2018) Dublin Feminist Film Festivaland the female gaze. Article [Details]
2018 The Irish abortion rights victory: not a “quiet revolution”.
Sinéad Kennedy (2018) The Irish abortion rights victory: not a “quiet revolution”. Article [Details]

Editorial

  Year Publication
2015 Ireland’s Victory for Marriage Equality: The birth of a new political imagination?.
Sinéad Kennedy (2015) Ireland’s Victory for Marriage Equality: The birth of a new political imagination?. Editorial [Details]

Outreach Activities

  Description

Together for Yes was the national civil society campaign to remove the 8th Amendment. Link

The Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment was founded in 2013 by Sinéad Kennedy and Ailbhe Smyth and represents over one million people across civil society. It campaigns to repeal the eighth amendment from the Irish constitution in order to respect and protect women's lives, health and choices. In 2018 it joined with the National Women's Council and the Abortion Rights Campaign to form Together for Yes, the national civil society campaign to remove the eighth amendment. Link