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O'Shea, Helen and Barker, Kim (2024). Guest Editorial. Scottish Affairs, 33(1) pp. 1–3.

O'Shea, Helen (2024). Politics of the Heart: In Conversation with Porty Pride. Scottish Affairs, 33(1) pp. 36–46.

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O'Shea, Helen (2016). Colonial Reparations, Collective Redress and the Colonial Legal Service in the Post-War British Empire. In: 3rd Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Legal Studies (Chhina, Ramandeep ed.), FLE Learning, Oxford, pp. 16–24.

O'Shea, Helen (2016). Irish Legal Geographies in the Era of Emergency: Independent Ireland, Colonial Kenya and the British Colonial Legal Service. Éire-Ireland: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Irish Studies, 51(1 & 2) pp. 243–265.

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O'Shea, Helen (2014). ‘Personally I Think it Would be Positively Hilarious’: The European Convention, the Cyprus Question and Frank Aiken’s State of Exception. In: Kelly, Stephen and Evans, Bryce eds. Frank Aiken: Nationalist and Internationalist. Kildare: Irish Academic Press, pp. 233–249.

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O'Shea, Helen (2013). "Cyprus on the Brain": Irish Identity, the Imperial Imagination and the Beginnings of British Cyprus. In: Georgis, Giorgos and Kazamias, Georgios eds. Ireland-Cyprus: Parallel Journeys. Common Aspirations. Nicosia: En tipis Publications, pp. 212–245.

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O'Shea, Helen (2012). Irish Law Graduates, the colonial legal service and the Cyprus Emergency, 1955-59. In: Dickson, David; Pyz, Justyna and Shepard, Christopher eds. Irish Classrooms and the British Empire: Imperial Contexts in the Origins of Modern Education. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 223–230.

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