Sarah-Anne Buckley, John Cunningham, Miriam Haughton, Barry Houlihan (2021) “To talk, to tell, to share: the Tuam Oral History Project”. Catredra de Estudos Irlandeses, 91-124.

Sarah-Anne Buckley (2022) “Institutionalisation and Gender: From the Foundling Hospital to the Mother and Baby Institutions” In: Gender and History; Ireland, 1852-1922. 130-139 New Delhi: Routledge India.

Sarah-Anne Buckley and John Cunningham (2023) “The mother and baby institutions in twentieth century Ireland” in Labour History in Irish History: Essays celebrating the Irish Labour History Society. 349-356 Dublin: Umiskin Press.

Sarah-Anne Buckley and John Cunningham (2020) “Commemorating the Irish Revolution: Disremembering and Remembering the Women and Children of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home and the Irish Revolution” in Women and the Irish Revolution: Feminism, Activism, Violence. 198-215 Newbridge: Irish Academic Press.

Sarah-Anne Buckley and Lorraine Grimes (2020) “From Tuam to Strettan House: A Case Study of Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland and the UK” in Magdalen Laundries: Commemoration, Gender and Systems of Abuse. 125-143 Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Ciara Breathnach and Sarah-Anne Buckley (2022) “Introduction” in Gender and History: Ireland, 1852-1922. 1-7 New Delhi: Routledge India.

Miriam Haughton (2023) 'Performance, Care and Intergenerational Response: Grieving for 'Ungrievable Bodies' in the Tuam Oral History Project'. Performance Research, 27 (6) 111-119.