Anthony D Buckley
List of Writings
1967 - ‘Quakers in York.' Unpublished BA thesis, Department of History, University of York.
1968 - 'The aláàdúra churches of Western Nigeria.' Unpublished MA thesis, Department of Religion, University of Leicester.
1982 - 'Yoruba medicine.’ Unpublished PhD thesis, Centre of West African Studies and Department of Sociology, University of Birmingham
1973 - Yoruba Medicines Collected by Dennis M Warren, translated, edited and revised by A D Buckley and J Akintunde Ayandokun, Institute of African Studies, University of Legon, Legon.
1982 - A gentle people: a study of a peaceful community in Northern Ireland. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1985 - Yoruba medicine (Amaury Talbot Prize for African Anthropology 1985) Clarendon Press, Oxford (2nd edition, Athelia Henrietta Press, New York 1997).
1995 - A D Buckley and Mary Catherine Kenney Negotiating identity: rhetoric, metaphor and social drama in Northern Ireland. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.
1998 - (ed.) Symbols in Northern Ireland. Institute of Irish Studies. The Queen’s University of Belfast, Belfast.
2007 - (eds) A D Buckley, Séamas Ó Catháin, Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, and Séamus Mac MathúnaBorder Crossings: Mumming in Cross-Border and Cross-Community Contexts Dundalgan Press, Dundalk.
1983 - A D Buckley (ed) with Linda M Ballard and Clifford Harkness Collecting Oral History. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Cultra: reprinted 1987.
1988 - T Kenneth Anderson and A D Buckley, Brotherhoods in Ireland Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1990 - 'From Tradition into the Light: Life as a Zoetrope.’ In From Tradition into the Light: Paintings by Colin McGookin.' Project Press, Dublin.
1994 - A D Buckley and Rhonda Paisley Symbols Cultural Traditions Group, Community Relations Council, Belfast.
(full-length articles marked with an asterisk)
*1976 - 'The secret: an idea in Yoruba medicinal thought.' In (ed.) J B Loudon Social anthropology and medicine ASA Monograph Series, Academic Press, London.
1977 - 'Local history and folklore.’ Ulster Folklife 23, 105-110.
1978 - ‘Thoughts on waking.’ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Year Book 1976-77, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1979 - ‘It was like Eldorado here at that time.’ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Year Book 1977-78, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1980 - 'The frustrations of fieldwork.’ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Year Book 1978-79, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
*1980 - 'Unofficial healing in Ulster.' Ulster Folklife 26, 15-34.
1981 - 'Fall of a landlord.’ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Year Book 1979-80, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1982a - 'Late night drumming.’ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum Year Book 1980-81, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1982b - 'Medicine in Africa.’ In Michael Crowder and Roland Oliver (eds) The Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Africa. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
*1983a - 'Playful rebellion: social control and the framing of experience in an Ulster community.’ Man (NS) 18, 383-95.
*1983b - ‘Neighbourliness: myth and history'. Oral History 11, 44-51.
*1984 - 'Walls within walls: religion and rough behaviour in an Ulster community' Sociology 18, 19-32.
*1985 - 'The god of smallpox: aspects of Yoruba religious knowledge.' Africa 55, 187-200.
*1985-86 = '"The Chosen Few": Biblical texts in the regalia of an Ulster secret society.’ Folklife 29, 15-24 (Dr John Kirk Prize Essay).
1986 - 'W P Nicholson: preacher, 1876-59' Ulster Folk and Transport Museum YearBook 1981-85, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
*1987a - 'Bad boys and little old ladies: youth and old age in two Ulster villages.’ Paper delivered to 3rd Congress of SIEFF, April 1987, Zurich, Ethnologia Europaea XVII, 157-63.
*1987b - '"On the club": friendly societies in Ireland.' Irish Economic and Social History 14, 39-58.
1987c - 'The Chosen Few: biblical texts in the symbolism of an Ulster secret society' The Irish Review, 2, 31-40 (shortened version of article, Buckley 1985-86, above).
1987d - 'Public access to a sound archive.’ BASC News 2.87 11-13.
*1988a - 'Collecting Ulster's culture: are there really two traditions?' Paper delivered to the annual meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Bristol, September 1986. In R Alan Gailey (ed.) The use of tradition: essays presented to G B Thompson. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra.
1988b - ‘The Free Gardeners in Dungannon.’ About Town (Dungannon Development Association Free Newspaper) August 1988.
*1989a - '"We're trying to find our identity": uses of history among Ulster Protestants.’ In Elizabeth Tonkin, Maryon McDonald and Malcolm Chapman (eds) History and ethnicity ASA Monographs 27 Routledge, London, 183-191.
*1989b - '"You only live in your body": peace, exchange and the siege mentality in Ulster.’ In Signe Howell and Roy E Willis (eds) 1989 Societies at Peace: Anthropological perspectives. Routledge, London, 146-162.
1989c - 'The Spirit of Irish Sectarianism.’ Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 15, 23-30.
1990 - 'Brotherhoods in Ireland.’ Ulster Local Studies 12, 2, 30-33.
1991 - '"We're trying to find our identity": uses of history among Ulster Protestants' In (eds) Gerard Dawe and John Wilson Foster 1991 The poet's place: Ulster literature and society: Essays in honour of John Hewitt, 1907-1987. Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University of Belfast, Belfast (Shortened version of article 1989 above).
1992 - 'The case of the Cushendall schoolmaster.' The Glynns: Journal of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society 20, 30-35.
1994a - 'Racial tension' (Title provided by editor) Museums Journal February 1994, 35.
*1994b - 'Presenting a divisive culture: two exhibitions at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum'. In (ed.) Susan M Pearce Museums and the appropriation of culture New Research in Museum Studies Series. Athlone Press, Leicester.
*1994c - A D Buckley and Mary Catherine Kenney, 'Mutual understanding and cultural heritage in an oasis of calm: divided identities in a museum in Ulster'. In (ed.) Ulrich Kockel Culture, Tourism and Development,: the case of Ireland University of Liverpool Press, Liverpool 129-147.
*1996a "Why not invent the past we display in museums?" In (ed.) Gaynor Kavanagh Making Histories in Museums Leicester, University of Leicester Press, Leicester.
1996b -’Identity and cultural differences’ The Northern Ireland Monitor April 1996, 27-28.
*1997a - "Beliefs in County Down folklore" In (ed.) Lindsay Proudfoot Down history and society: interdisciplinary essays on the history of an Irish county. Dublin, Geography Publications, 547-566.
*1997b - ‘Religion in the open air museum at Cultra’ Proceedings of the 17th Annual conference of European Open Air Museums 1995 Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra 127-134
*1999a - “Religion, ethnicity and the human condition: a view from a Northern Irish museum.” In (ed.) Crispin Paine Godly things: museums, objects and religion Leicester University Press, Leicester 80-96.
1999b - “Taking the cure” Community Telegraph Belfast 19 November 1998 p16 (feature article).
*1998a - “Introduction. Daring us to laugh; creativity and power in Northern Irish symbols.” In (ed.) A D Buckley Symbols in Northern Ireland. Institute of Irish Studies. The Queen’s University of Belfast, Belfast 1-21.
1998b - “Current British Work” (Northern Ireland) Note in Oral History 26,1 pp 11-12.
1998c - A D Buckley and Linda J Buckley ‘Framed Wall chart: First Loyal Boyne Society 17 October 1798’. In (ed) William A Maguire Up in Arms: the 1798 Rebellion in Ireland. Exhibition catalogue, item 115, Ulster Museum, Belfast.
*2000a - “Royal Arch, Royal Arch Purple and Raiders of the Lost Ark: secrecy in Orange and Masonic ritual” in (ed.) Trefor M Owen From Corrib to Cultra: folklife essays in honour of Alan Gailey. Institute of Irish Studies Queen's University Belfast in association with the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
*2000b - “Ouvrir des horizons: présentation de la société plurielle de l'Ireland du Nord.” In Défis pour les musées d'ethnographie et de sociétes à l'aube du prochain millénaire: la rapport d'activité de la 3ième conférence générale de NET, 10-12 Février 1999, Musée Ethnograpique Slovène, Ljublihana, 233-248 .
2000c - "Orange regalia". Entry in Encyclopaedia of Ireland Gill and Macmillan, Dublin.
2001 - "The Orange, Royal Arch Purple and Black Institutions and their degrees". Note in Ulster Folklife 47, 82-84.
*2002 - "Conflicting histories: approaching the ethnic histories of Ireland". Oral History 30, 2, 85-92.
*2004a - “Религија и конфпикт”, translated by Becиа Бцжцђ-Омчцкус), Гласник Етнографског Μузеја Београд, 67-68, 335-344 .
*2004b “Музеји на отвореном у Северној Ирској” (translated by Becиа Бцжцђ-Омчцкус), Гласник Етнографског Μузеја Београд, 67-68, 345-358 .
2005 - “Vox Pop”, Oral History, 33, 33.
*2006 - “Aristotle and Cricket: Drama in Retrospect”, Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 33, 1. 2006.
*2007 - "'Rise up Dead Man, and Fight Again': Mumming, the Mass and the Masonic Third Degree", in (eds) Séamas Ó Catháin, Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, A D Buckley and Séamus Mac Mathúna Border Crossings: Mumming in Cross-Border and Cross-Community Contexts. University of Ulster Press, 19-38.
*2008a - “Ethnology in the North of Ireland”, in Everyday culture in Europe: approaches and methodologies Ed Máiréad Nic Craith, Ullrich Kockel and Reinherd Johler Ashgate Aldershot and Burlington, 165-183.
*2008b - "Overcoming Northern Reticence: a Folk Museum in the Northern Irish Troubles," in (eds) Sladana Bojkovic and Ana Stolic 2009. Museums as places of reconciliation: Proceedings of the 8th colloquium of the International Associations of Museums of History, Belgrade, September 24-27, 2008, Belgrade, Historical Museum of Serbia, pp 38-51
*2010 - “Amity and enmity: Variety in Ulster Protestant Culture.” IBIS working paper no 100.Institute for British-Irish Studies, University College, Dublin
2011 - “Three Churches at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum” Material Religion, The Journal of Objects, Art and Belief. 7, 2, 297-299
*2012 - “Telling stories with objects: ethnographic collections at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum” In (eds) Séamas Ó Síocháin, Pauline Garvey and Adam Drazin Exibit Ireland: Ethnographic collections in Irish museums. Wordwell, Leopardstown, Dublin 127-142