I have several publications and a small number of other public contributions, listed below:
O’Mahony, E. (2016) ‘The spatial distribution of municipal housing in Dublin City’ NIRSA Working Paper Series, paper no. 82. Maynooth: National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis.
O’Mahony, E. (2018) ‘How sacred text becomes religious artefact: a cultural geography of the Book of Kells’ in Anderson, B. & Kearney, J. (eds.) The Bible in Ireland: A Social and Cultural History. London: Bloomsbury.
O’Mahony, E. and Rigney, S.J. (2015) “What’s the Story Buddleia?”: A public geography of dereliction in Dublin City in Irish Geography, 48(1), pp. 88-99.
O’Mahony, E. (2015) ‘From Missionary Zeal to Technical Assistance: development organisations from Ireland to the world and back again’ in Ryan, S. (ed.) Treasures of Irish Christianity Vol. 3: to the ends of the earth, Dublin: Veritas.
O’Mahony, E. (2014) The Problem with Drawing Lines: theo-geographies of the Catholic parish in Ireland in Journal of the Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions, 1(1), pp. 48-65.
O’Mahony, E. (2011) ‘Being’ religious and ‘becoming’ secular in Ireland and France: rescaling secularisation theory in Symposia: the journal of the Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto. 3(1), pp. 14-30.
Other public contributions
O’Mahony, E. (2017) More than concrete blocks: Dublin city’s twentieth-century buildings and their stories, Volume 1: 1900-40, edited by Ellen Rowley in Irish Geography 50(1).
O’Mahony, E. (2015) Queering religion, religious queers by Taylor, Y and Snowden, R. in Social & Cultural Geography, 16(7), pp. 867-868.
O’ Mahony, E. (2013) Everyday Spirituality: Social and Spatial Worlds of Enchantment by MacKian, S. in Social & Cultural Geography, 14(7), pp. 855-857.
Where are the Water Wasters for the Dublin Inquirer (co-authored)
The Irish Vote for Same-sex Marriage for Religion Bulletin
Counter Cartographies of the City for The Provisional University
The Last Screening for Rabble
Displacement in Dublin – some thoughts on Airbnb, vacancy and the preliminary census for Ireland After Nama
The geography of AirBnB – where next? for Ireland After Nama
The Marian Statues of Dublin for Come Here to Me
A contribution to Sacred Space at darcspace Dublin.
The Geographies of Religion and the Secular in Ireland for the Religious Studies Project.
Contribution to the Lockout Podcast Series.
Article on mapping vacant space in Dublin for TheJournal.ie