Redefining the Situation, co-edited with Stanley Raffel. McGill-Queen's University Press (2019)
"Culture and 'Out of Place-ness' in Post Celtic Tiger Ireland, 2008 – 2013." Special Double Issue of The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies. Co-Edited (with Alexandra Slaby) Vol 37, Nos.1+2, 2011 (2013)
A Great Place to Raise Kids: Interpretation, Science, and the Urban-Rural Debate. Montreal· London: McGill-Queen’s University Press. (1997/9)
Power and Parenting: A Hermeneutic of the Human Condition. London: Macmillan/New York: St. Martin’s Press. (1999)
“Gadamer, the Phaedrus, and the Arts of Healing, Teaching, and Rhetoric.” in: From Here to There: The Odyssey of the Liberal Arts. Eds. R. Barrus and J. Eastby Moraga, California: ACTC Press. (Forthcoming)
“Arendt’s Multi-Perspectivism and the Tension between Place and Space.” in: Place, Space and Hermeneutics. Ed. Bruce Janz. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing (pp.211–225).
“End of Life Conflicts, the Law, and Arendt’s Political Thinking”, in The Art of Care: Moral Knowledge, Communication and the Culture of Caregiving. Eds. A. Blum and S. Murray. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. (pp. 73-88)
“Dialectic, Reflexivity and Good Troublesome Company", in The Reflexive Initiative: On the Grounds and Prospects of Analytic Theorizing. Eds. S. Raffel and B. Sandywell. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. (pp. 241-260)
"Socrates and Crito: Anxiety and the Engagement between the Empirical and Analytic (Ideal) Worlds of Athens", in Engaging Worlds: Core Texts and Cultural Contexts. Eds. R. Anderson, M. Brigit Flynn and J. Scott Lee. Moraga, California: ACTC Press. Submitted in 2010, published 2016. (Pp. 123-128)
Foreword: On the Condition of Human Life and on Bearing Bodily Sickness. By Lippi Brandolini (Trans. J. Barry; Intro A. Horvath) Cork, Ireland: Tivoli Academic Publishing Ltd. (ix-xi)
“Arendt, Role Theory and the Ethical Evaluation of Action", in Irish Journal of Sociology, Vol. 24 Issue 2. September 2016. Manchester University Press (pp. 200 – 225) DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7227/IJS.0007
“Principles, dialectic, and the common world of friendship: Socrates and Crito in conversation", in History of the Human Sciences Volume 27 Issue 2 April 2014 (pp. 157 – 179) DOI: 10.1177/0952695113518782
“Reason Giving, City Icons and the Culture of Cities: Data from a Radical Interpretive Perspective", in Compaso: Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology. Volume 4, Number 2, Summer 2013 (pp. 21 – 31)
“A Floating Anchorage of Identities: An Introductory Essay on Culture in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland” (with Alexandra Slaby) in the Special Double Issue “Culture and ‘Out of Placeness’ in Post Celtic Tiger Ireland, 2008 – 2013.” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies. Vol. 37, No. 1 + 2, 2011 (pp. 23- 34)
“Exciting, Intoxicating and Dangerous: Some Tiger Effects on Ireland and the Culture of Dublin.” in the Special Double Issue “Culture and ‘Out of Placeness’ in Post Celtic Tiger Ireland, 2008 – 2013.” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies. Vol. 37, No. 1 + 2, 2011 (pp. 50 - 75)
“Eros and Ironic Intoxication: Profound Longing, Madness and Discipleship in Plato’s Symposium and in Modern Life", in History of the Human Sciences, Volume 26 Issue 5 (December 2013) pp. 116 – 133
Author. Principles and Perspective: Education and Politics in the Digital Age. Chester Ronning Centre, Augustana campus, University of Alberta. 2019 (The online publication of the two Distinguished Visiting Lectures talks given in 2016. (65 p)
Contributions to Irish Real Life Festival (IRL), Waterloo, Ontario - Moderating “Crossing the Ocean by Pen” Panel Discussion on art and Irish Canadian Immigration; Moderating Q&A on the play “A Rose Upon the Blood” by Paddy Gillard-Bentley. 2016. 3; Dinner Speaker and Host for “From Donegal to Damascus” for fundraising dinner for Reception House in Kitchener; Honorary Speaker and Flag Raiser for the raising of the Irish flag in Speaker’s Corner in Kitchener (1st time in history of KW); and CTV news interview on university students and St. Patrick’s Day celebrations (2016-17).
Invited guest expert for the UW School of Planning two day graduate student orientation.
Introducing and leading a discussion for Multicultural Cinema Club week in Kitchener City Hall during the “Tapestry” Festival in Kitchener.