‘The Courtown Land Agents and Transnational Estate Management, 1850-1900’ in C. Reilly, L. A. Rees and A. Tindley (eds), The Land Agent in Transnational Context (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming, June 2018).
‘Lady Charlotte Stopford: A Lady of Leisure?’ in Leeann Lane and William Murphy (eds), Leisure and the Irish in the Nineteenth Century (Liverpool University Press, March 2016).
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Ronan Foley and Rachel Murphy, ‘Visualising a Spatial Archive: GIS, digital humanities, and Relational Space’, Breac, a Digital Journal of Irish Studies, October 2015.
Owen Conlan, Alexander O’Connor, Órla Ní Loinsigh, Gary Munnelly, Séamus Lawless and Rachel Murphy, ‘Revolutionary entities: Turning data into knowledge to drive personalized exploration of The Irish Rising of 1916’, Big Data (Big Data), 2014 IEEE International Conference on, pp 32-38, 27-30 Oct. 2014.
Review of Maria Luddy and James M. Smith (eds), Children, Childhood and Irish Society, 1500 to the Present (Dublin, 2014), in Children and Society, Vol. 30, (2016), pp 335-6.
Review of Vandra Costello, Irish Demesne Landscapes, 1660-1740 (Dublin, 2015), in Eighteenth Century Ireland, Vol. 30, Dublin, 2015, pp 170-172.
‘Space, Place and Community on the Courtown Estate, 1650-1931’ in Newsletter of the Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement, No. 19, 2014-15.
‘Digital History – Some Tools and Techniques’ in Digital Arts and Humanities: Scholarly Reflections (ed. James O’Sullivan), 2012.
‘Griffith’s Valuation as a Source for Irish Family History’ in Irish Roots, No.3, 2011.