BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS GREGORY (GREG) FEWER

MA THESIS

Land tenure in south Kilkenny, c. 1800-1850. (1993) Unpublished. National University of Ireland, Cork. Pp. iv, 146.


EDITED WORKS

Editor, Decies (1998-2000), involving volumes 54 (1998) and 55 (1999).

Member of editorial committee of Decies (1993-8), involving the production of volumes 48 (1993), 49 (1994), 50 (1994), 51 (1995), 52 (1996) and 53 (1997). The full content of these and other volumes of Decies are being made available online on an ongoing basis by Waterford County Council Library Service.

'Abstracts of publications of Waterford interest', in Decies, 54 (1998), pp. 167-80.

Co-editor (with Diarmuid McElhinney, Richard Hayes and Colm O'Rourke), erga: The Academic Journal of Waterford Institute of Technology, volume 1 (2003 [2004]).


ARTICLES AND REVIEWS

'A standing stone at Corballymore, Co. Waterford', in Decies, 41 (1989), pp. 42-5.

'Henry Boylan's A Dictionary of Irish biography: Is it enough?', in Decies, 43 (1990), pp. 45-6. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

Kilmacleague church ruins

Fig. 1. Remains of early Christian monastic settlement and church at Kilmacleague, Co. Waterford. For information on this site, see the following article ('A look at some antiquities...').

'A look at some antiquities of Corbally and Rathmoylan', in The Munster Express, (part i) 9 July 1993, p. 32, cols 1-6; (part ii) 16 July 1993, p. 25, cols 1-7.

(With Kenneth W. Nicholls) 'The will of Robert Forstall of Kilferagh, 1645', in Decies, 48 (1993), pp. 7-16. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

(As member of editorial committee) 'Introduction' to Des Prendergast, 'Monumental inscriptions at Kilrossanty Old Graveyard, Co. Waterford', in Decies, 48 (1993), pp. 17-18. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

Review of W. Nolan & K. Whelan, eds., Kilkenny: History and Society (Dublin, 1990), in Decies 48 (1993), pp. 66-7. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

'Farming and fishing in Corbally and Rathmoylan c. 1650-1900', in Waterford Today, 21 December 1993, p. 11, cols 1-7.

'The Backases - a political and propertied family of eighteenth century Waterford', in The Munster Express, 9 December 1994, Christmas Supplement, pp. 24-5.

Ballinvella Windmill

Fig. 2. The stump of a 19th century windmill at Ballinvella in eastern Co. Waterford. Few such buildings survive intact in Ireland.

'Hands off, that's no weed', in New Scientist, 1965 (18 February 1995), pp. 47-8.

'Citation indexing and archaeology in Britain and Ireland - a comment', in Trial Trench, 4 (March 1995), pp. 2-3.

'Why the Tramore sand hills should be protected from development - an archaeologist's viewpoint', in The Munster Express, 19 May 1995, p. 14, cols 1-7.

'Poverty and patronage: responses to the Famine on the duke of Devonshire's Lismore estate', in D Cowman and D Brady (eds) The Famine in Waterford: teacht na bprataí dubha (Dublin: Geography Publications; 1995), pp. 69-99.

'Discovery Series 75: a new map of north/central Waterford', in Decies, 51 (1995), pp. 75-8. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

'A doorway to the distant past? Looking at the portal tomb in Gaulstown, Co. Waterford', in The Munster Express, 8 December 1995, Christmas Supplement, pp. 16-17.

'Famine mortality in south Kilkenny: a parochial microcosm', in Old Kilkenny Review, 47 (1995), pp. 44-57.

'Inn of Chaos', in Adventures Unlimited, 5 (Spring 1996), pp. 58-61. [Heroquest scenario]

Killea church ruins

Fig. 3. The ruined church of Killea.

'The ruined church of Killea: a consideration of its date and foundation', in Decies, 52 (1996), pp. 151-67. This volume can now be downloaded for free here.

'British Archaeological Bibliography', in History Ireland, 4(3) (Autumn 1996), p. 10.

'Archaeology, the Great Irish Famine and the Web', in Archaeological Computing Newsletter, 47 (1997), pp. 10-15.

'Irish mining history and the World Wide Web: a survey of current resources', in Mining History Society of Ireland Newsletter, 5 (July 1997), pp. 6-8.

'Discovery continues her voyage: Sheet 76 of the Ordnance Survey's new 1:50,000 scale maps', in Decies, 53 (1997), pp. 151-4.

'Women and personal possessions: 17th-century testamentary evidence from counties Waterford and Kilkenny, Ireland', in assemblage, 3 (December 1997).

'Mining history, Ireland and the World Wide Web: a survey of current resources', in Annual Journal of the Shropshire Caving and Mining Club, 5 (1997), pp. 8-15.

'Is there a dearth in our Famine heritage? Conserving the fabric of Waterford City's Famine experience', in The Munster Express, 9 January 1998, p. 3, cols 1-5. [The text of this article is now available on this Web site (at http://www.geocities.com/gregory_fewer/wfdfamin.htm)]

'The Guramooguck: Near-forgotten survival of the god of the Otherworld in East Waterford', in At the Edge: Exploring new interpretations of past and place in archaeology, folklore and mythology, 9 (March 1998), pp. 23-6.

'The archaeology of the Great Irish Famine: time for a beginning?', in Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement Newsletter, 8 (Spring/Summer 1997 [Spring 1998]), pp. 8-13.

'Searching for extraterrestrial intelligence: an archaeological approach to verifying evidence for extraterrestrial exploration on Earth' (1998), a page on the Web site of the (United States) National Institute for Discovery Science.

'Editorial', in Decies, 54 (1998), pp. vii-ix.

'A curious letter of 1744 from the pages of The Gentlemen's Magazine', in Decies, 54 (1998), pp. 25-8.

'1798 was not just about rebellion...', in Decies, 54 (1998), pp. 153-8.

'Introduction', in 'Abstracts of publications of Waterford interest', in Decies, 54, 1998, pp. 167-79 (pp. 167-9).

'The ecological impact of famines: Ireland's mid-nineteenth-century experience', in Michael Howlett & Shane Kilcommins, eds (1999) Humanities in Waterford Institute of Technology: essays in honour of Tony Scott (Waterford: Waterford Institute of Technology), pp. 80-7. [Note: This is an expanded version of Famines and the environment: The case of the Great Irish Famine on this Web site.]

'The archaeology of the Great Famine: time for a beginning?', in The Internet Journal of Archaeology in Ireland, 1 (2000). [This article originally appeared in Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement Newsletter, 8, though some of the footnotes were misordered in that publication].

'The hearth money roll of 1665 for the City of Kilkenny, extracted from the Kilkenny Moderator (1892)', in Old Kilkenny Review, 53 (2001), pp. 89-102.

'An apparent funerary anomaly from seventeenth-century Waterford, Ireland', in Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 128 (1998 [2001]), pp. 17-25.

'Towards an LSMR & MSMR (Lunar & Martian Sites & Monuments Records): Recording planetary spacecraft landing sites as archaeological monuments of the future', in Miles Russell, ed. (2002) Digging holes in popular culture: archaeology and science fiction [Bournemouth University School of Conservation Sciences Occasional Paper, 7] (Oxford: Oxbow Books), pp. 112-20.

'Scene reports: Waterford & Tramore, Ireland', in International Longboarder Magazine, 3(3) (Spring 2002), p. 12.

'The day Ballybricken burned: disaster and response in early nineteenth-century Waterford, Ireland', in erga: The Academic Journal of Waterford Institute of Technology, 1 (2003 [2004]), pp. 10-26.

'Langrishe, Sir Hercules, first baronet (c. 1729-1811)', in H. C. Matthew and Brian Harrison (eds), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), vol. 32, pp. 505-6. [Online version available (on payment of subscription fee) at: http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/16033]

'From mitcher to skater: some school-day reminiscences and life thereafter', in Newtown Review 2005-06 (2006), p. 92.

(With Steve Wilson) 'Interview with Greg Fewer', in Space Archaeology Wiki. (Uploaded 4 May 2007 on the Internet at http://www.spacearchaeology.org/wiki/index.php?title=Interview_with_Greg_Fewer)

‘Conserving space heritage: the case of Tranquillity Base’, in Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, vol. 60(1) (2007), pp. 3-8.

‘Demon eye’, in Aoife's Kiss: a magazine of speculative fiction, 6(3) (2007), pp. 45-8. [Short story]


Forthcoming

'22:28:34 (Moscow Time), 4 October 1957. The space age begins: the launch of Sputnik I, Earth’s first artificial satellite', in John Schofield (ed.), Defining moments, material records - an alternative archaeology of the twentieth century [A volume in the Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology series edited by Dan Hicks and Joshua Pollard].


INDEXES/ABSTRACTS/NOTES

'Decies 1981-1985: Index of articles in issues XVI-XXX', in Decies, 45: 67-75. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

'Decies 1986-1992: Index of articles in issues XXXI-45', in Decies, 46: 61-8. This volume can be downloaded for free here.

Abstracts 92/980, 92/1114, 92/1210, 92/1211, 92/1440, 92/1472, 92/1529, 92/1641, 92/1662, 92/1666, 92/1700 and 92/1714, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 1(2) (October 1992).

Greg

Fig. 4. Greg Fewer on a 19th-century site on the grounds of the Old Garda Barracks at Fermoy, Co. Cork, 1987.

Abstracts 93/19, 93/20, 93/46, 93/74, 93/75, 93/77, 93/106, 93/129, 93/165, 93/167, 93/195, 93/210, 93/214, 93/229, 93/230, 93/250, 93/251, 93/519, 93/555, 93/557, 93/575, 93/629, 93/630 and 93/659, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 2(1) (April 1993).

Abstracts 93/737, 93/750, 93/781, 93/796, 93/810, 93/927, 93/995, 93/1036, 93/1178, 93/1375, 93/1420, 93/1421 and 93/1430, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 2(2) (October 1993).

Abstracts 94/129, 94/206, 94/238, 94/240, 94/309, 94/350, 94/499, 94/505, 94/511, 94/542, 94/543, 94/554, 94/575, 94/617, 94/619, 94/624, 94/649, 94/653, 94/661, 94/663, 94/670, 94/695, 94/718, 94/722, 94/726, 94/730, and 94/748, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 3(1) (April 1994).

Abstracts 94/833, 94/843, 84/882, 94/886, 94/887, 94/952, 94/1079, 94/1098, 94/1168, 94/1175, 94/1219, 94/1315, 94/1318, 94/1514, 94/1643, 94/1688, 94/1749, 94/1774, 94/1816, 94/1851, 94/1878 and 94/1889, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 3(2) (October 1994).

Abstracts 95/1, 95/2, 95/10, 95/11, 95/63, 95/203, 95/205, 95/275, 95/276, 95/285, 95/522, 95/524, 95/614, 95/651, 95/657, 95/670, 95/689, 95/690, 95/691, 95/692, 95/693 and 95/698, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 4(1) (April 1995).

Excavations at Knockadoon Hill, Lough Gur, Co. Limerick

Fig. 5. Excavations at Knockadoon hill, Lough Gur, Co. limerick, in 1988. This was a late prehistoric site on which Greg Fewer worked. The director, Rose M. Cleary, is the first person on the left of the picture.

Abstracts 95/827, 95/838, 95/852, 95/865, 95/968, 95/969, 95/994, 95/995, 95/996, 95/997, 95/1063, 951065, 95/1255, 95/1321, 95/1378, 95/1402, 95/1403, 95/1404, 95/1405, 95/1425, 95/1426, 95/1443, 95/1459, 95/1460 and 95/1464, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 4(2) (October 1995).

Abstracts 96/3, 96/17, 96/18, 96/19, 96/22, 96/23, 96/25, 96/48, 96/54, 96/60, 96/71, 96/76, 96/112, 96/119, 96/167, 96/212, 96/225, 96/232, 96/301, 96/316, 96/325, 96/326, 96/364, 96/386, 96/485, 96/497, 96/504, 96/542, 96/545, 96/554, 96/574, 96/603, 96/646, 96/650, 96/652, 96/659, 96/681, 96/704, 96/711, 96/716, 96/731, 96/733 and 96/747, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 5(1) (April 1996).

Abstracts 96/758, 96/770, 96/779 [with Jeremy Oetgen], 96/783, 96/816, 96/817, 96/878, 96/909, 96/972, 96/975, 96/977, 96/980, 96/985, 96/1023, 96/1067, 96/1110, 96/1122, 96/1126, 96/1132, 96/1141, 96/1256, 96/1261, 96/1306, 96/1323, 96/1382, 96/1405, 96/1407, 96/1409, and 96/1423, in British Archaeological Bibliography, 5(2) (October 1996).

Abstracts 97/10, 97/12, 97/16, 97/62, 97/65, 97/84, 97/95, 97/102, 97/106, 97/116, 97/121, 97/125, 97/135, 97/148, 97/157, 97/250, 97/251, 97/270, 97/288, 97/300, 97/312, 97/344, 97/382, 97/414, 97/423, 97/426, 97/629, 97/645, 97/658, 97/670, 97/742, 97/746 (edited), 97/748, 97/754, 97/785, 97/839, 97/870, 97/873, 97/892, 97/896, 97/904, 97/910, 97/913, 97/927, 97/928, 97/929 and 97/935, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 1(1) (April 1997).

Abstracts 97/1044, 97/1076, 97/1099, 97/1106, 97/1167, 97/1203, 97/1248, 97/1295, 97/1357, 97/1372, 97/1387, 97/1402, 97/1403, 97/1548, 97/1602, 97/1629, 97/1646, 97/1688 (edited), 97/1695, 97/1780, 97/1784, 97/1788,97/1790, 97/1800, 97/1802, 97/1810, 97/1815, 97/1817, 97/1824, 97/1825, 97/1856, 97/1857, 97/1909, 97/1910, 97/1912 and 97/1930, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 1(2) (October 1997).

Abstracts 98/17, 98/18, 98/22, 98/104, 98/126, 98/137, 98/147, 98/154, 98/155, 98/169, 98/235, 98/237, 98/239, 98/240, 98/286, 98/326, 98/699, 98/768, 98/797, 98/841, 98/862, 98/865, 98/867, 98/872, 98/890, 98/893, 98/910, 98/912, 98/924, 98/926, and 98/941, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 2(1) (April 1998).

Abstracts 98/1069, 98/1972, 98/1089, 98/1110, 98/1211, 98/1212, 98/1214, 98/1250, 98/1630, 98/1638, 98/1660, 98/1679, 98/1693, 98/1715, 98/1757, 98/1820, 98/1843, 98/1849, 98/1850, 98/1851, 98/1853, 98/1882, 98/1894, 98/1906, 98/1923, 98/1924, 98/1925, 98/1927, 98/1931, 98/1932, 98/1935, 98/1949, 98/1990, and 98/2003, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 2(2) (October 1998).

Abstracts 98/1, 98/3, 98/4 (with Ben Murtagh), 98/5 (with Ben Murtagh), 98/8, 98/9, 98/10, 98/12, 98/14, 98/15, 98/16, 98/19, 98/20, 98/21, 98/23, 98/30, 98/34, 98/38, 98/39, and 98/41, in 'Abstracts of publications of Waterford interest', Decies, 54 (1998), pp. 167-79.

Abstracts 99/78, 99/141, 99/142, 99/143, 99/144, 99/145, 99/219, 99/220, 99/222, 9/264, 99/273, 99/297, 99/306, 99/360, 99/371, 99/379, 99/508, 99/592, 99/639, 99/651, 99/721, 99/724, 99/782, 99/820, 99/850, 99/854, 99/867, and 99/943, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 3(1) (April 1999).

Abstracts 99/1021, 99/1098, 99/1124, 99/1147, 99/1217, 99/1299, 99/1322, 99/1355, 99/1374, 99/1583, 99/1585, 99/1624, 99/1825, 99/1895, 99/1947, 99/1976, 99/1993, 99/2029, 99/2049, 99/2065, 99/2080, and 99/2094, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 3(2) (October 1999).

Abstracts 2000/24, 2000/36, 2000/114, 2000/117, 2000/127, 2000/130, 2000/254, 2000/350, 2000/353, 2000/690, 2000/727, 2000/755, 2000/883, 2000/902, 2000/903, 2000/905, 2000/906, 2000/907, 2000/908, 2000/911, 2000/912, 2000/913, and 2000/947, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 4(1) (April 2000).

Abstracts 2000/1042, 2000/1077, 2000/1169, 2000/1177, 2000/1178, 2000/1247, 2000/1582, 2000/1622, 2000/1687, 2000/1700, 2000/1701, 2000/1739, 2000/1744, 2000/1750, 2000/1754, 2000/1755, 2000/1772, 2000/1778, 2000/1786, and 2000/1788, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 4(2) (October 2000).

Abstracts 2001/40, 2001/161, 2001/162, 2001/163, 2001/164, 2001/167, 2001/209, 2001/675, 2001/676, 2001/682, 2001/702, 2001/703, 2001/733, and 2001/779, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 5(1) (April 2001).

Abstracts 2001/822, 2001/832, 2001/890, 2001/893, 2001/895, 2001/899, 2001/900, 2001/905, 2001/947-8, 2001/1068, 2001/1101, 2001/1133, 2001/1134, 2001/1157, 2001/1160, 2001/1168, 2001/1180, 2001/1236, 2001/1237, and 2001/1240, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 5(2) (October 2001).

Abstracts 2002/170, 2002/215, 2002/402, 2002/403, 2002/486, 2002/499, 2002/500, 2002/502, 2002/509, 2002/521, 2002/554, 2002/567, 2002/568, 2002/588, and 2002/603, in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 6(1) (April 2002).

Abstracts 2002/669, 2002/746, 2002/747, 2002/965, 2002/1047 (with author), 2002/1048 (edited), 2002/1056, 2002/1057, 2002/1064 (edited), 2002/1065 (with author), 2002/1066 (with author), 2002/1075, 2002/1076, 2002/1077, 2002/1078, 2002/1079 (edited), 2002/1080 (edited), and 2002/1083 (with author), in British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 6(2) (October 2002).

Abstracts 2003/822, 2003/827, 2003/836, 2003/842, 2003/843, 2003/852, 2003/865, 2003/925, 2003/926, 2003/957, 2003/1102, 2003/1118, 2003/1121 [edited], 2003/1192, 2003/1193, 2003/1203, 2003/1207, 2003/1217, 2003/1219, 2003/1221, 2003/1227, 2003/1230, 2003/1231, 2003/1233 [and author], 2003/1234 [and author], 2003/1235, 2003/1237 [and author], 2003/1288, 2003/1311, and 2003/1316, in British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography, 7(2) (October 2003).

Entries (published from April 2006 onwards) in the Pen and Paper RPG Database (http://www.pen-paper.net/rpgdb.php).

Entries (published from October 2006 onwards) in Steve Wilson's Space Archaeology Wiki site (http://www.spacearchaeology.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page). The site was formerly a tiki entity at: http://www.spacearchaeology.org/tiki-index.php

Notices of various (mainly Irish) books were compiled in 1995-97 for the online 'CBA [Council for British Archaeology] book listing service' at http://www.britarch.ac.uk/books/books.html (link defunct in 2008).

'Reginald's Tower' [anonymous contribution], in Una MacConville, compiler, "Guide to Museums and Visitor Centres: A supplement to Archaeology Ireland, Summer 1994", in Archaeology Ireland, 8(2), Supplement, p. 15, col. 3. (Revised version of note published in 1992 and 1993 editions of the supplement).

'Introduction', in Michael O'Sullivan, comp., 'Monumental inscriptions at the Abbey, Kilculliheen, Ferrybank, Waterford. Part V (Appendix)', in Decies, 53 (1997), pp. 144-50 (p. 145).


LETTERS

'Two-in-one king', in Look and Learn, 1008 (1981), p. 3.

Untitled letter, in An Cosantóir, September 1988, p. 37.

Excavations at Fermoy

Fig. 6. Excavations at the Old Garda Barracks, Fermoy, Co. Cork. The most interesting feature on the site at this stage of the dig was the area of cobbling being mapped at the far end of the trench.

'The "Old Days" not so good', in The Gazette, Montréal, 30 July 1989, p. B2.

'First "man" in Britain was a woman', in World Magazine, 34 (1990), p. 91.

'Smoking ban', in The Irish Times, 12 May 1990, p. 11.

'Heyerdahl disputed', in World Magazine, 39 (1990), p. 93.

'Clubbing golf courses', in World Magazine, 44 (1990), p. 89.

'Protect the panda', in New Scientist, 1775 (1991), p. 2-3.

Untitled letter, in Interzone, 49 (1991), pp. 5, 28.

Untitled letter, in Minerva, 2(5) (1991), p. 36.

'Bronze Age burials', in Archaeology Ireland, 5(4) (1991), p. 31.

'Distribution of journal info', in Times Higher Education Supplement, 1041, 16th October 1992, p. 13, cols 2-3.

Untitled letter, in American Historical Review, 98(2), April 1993, pp. 653-4.

'Tramore Sandhills', in The Munster Express, 3 June 1994, p. 11, col. 6.

'Focus on success', in The Planetary Report, 14(4) (1994), p. 27.

'Cat burglar', in Wild About Animals, October 1994, p. 32.

'Irishness in Ulster', in The Irish Times, 11 November 1994, p. 15, cols 5-6.

'Beyond the language barrier', in Nature, 385 (27 February 1997), p. 764.

'Space heritage sites', in Spaceflight, 40(8) (1998), p. 286, cols 2-3.

'Work together to resolve skateboarding issue', in Waterford News and Star, 16 May 2003, p. 19, cols 1-4. This letter can be read on the Irish Skatepark Forum site's news page at http://www.geocities.com/irishskateparkforum/waterfordletter1.TIF.


UNPUBLISHED REPORTS (POST 2000)

Report of archaeological appraisal of Couse Mill, near Waterford. September 2002.

Critique of Eachtra Archaeological Projects' cultural heritage report for Corballymore House, Summerville, Corballymore, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. April 2003.

Critical commentary on archaeological impact assessment at Summerville, Co. Waterford, by Eachtra Archaeological Projects. September 2003.

Darlingtons of Monastery, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow. June 2004.

Archaeological impact statement regarding two contiguous developments at Rathinure, Glenmore, County Kilkenny. October 2006.

Update of archaeological impact statement regarding two contiguous developments at Rathinure, Glenmore, County Kilkenny. March 2007.

Peer reviewer's report on an article submission for Tourism Management. May 2008.

Equality Officer’s Report to Executive Board, Waterford Institute of Technology, March 2009.


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