Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
McGarry, A. Jenzen, O. Eslen-Ziya, H. Erhart, I. and Korkut, U. (2019): Beyond the Iconic Protest Images: the Performance of ‘Everyday Life’ on Social Media during Gezi Park Social Movement Studies 18(3): 284-304.
McGarry, A. (2016): Protest, Pride and Prejudice: Public Space, Visibility and Marginalization in Post-Communist Europe, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 49: 269-277.
McGarry, A., Accornero, G., Davidson, R., Duyvendak, J.W., and Jasper, J. (2016) Players and Arenas: Strategic Interactionism in Social Movement Studies, Social Movement Studies, 15(6): 634-642.
McGarry, A. (2014): Roma as a Political Identity: Exploring Representations of Roma in Europe Ethnicities, 14(6): 756-774.
Tremlett, A. McGarry, A. and Agarin, T. (2014): The Work of Sisyphus: Squaring the Circle of Roma Recognition, Ethnicities, 14(6):727-736.
McGarry, A. and Agarin, T. (2014): Unpacking the Roma Participation Puzzle: Voice, Presence and Influence, Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(12): 1972-1990.
McGarry, A. (2012): The Dilemma of the European Union’s Roma Policy. Critical Social Policy 32 (1): 126-136.
McGarry, A.(2011): The Roma Voice in the European Union: Between National Belonging and Transnational Identity. Social Movement Studies, 10 (3): 283-297.
Gilligan, C., Hainsworth, P. and McGarry, A. (2011): Fractures, foreigners and fitting-in: exploring attitudes towards immigration and integration in ‘post-conflict’ Northern Ireland, Ethnopolitics, 10 (2): pp. 253-269.
McGarry, A. (2009): Ambiguous Nationalism? Explaining the Parliamentary Under-Representation of Roma in Hungary and Romania. Romani Studies, Vol. 19. No. 2: 103-124.
McGarry, A. (2008): Political Participation and Interest Articulation of Roma in Romania. Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe. Issue 1/2008: 1-25.
McGarry, A. (2008): Ethnic Group Identity and the Roma Social Movement: Transnational Organizing Structures of Representation. Nationalities Papers, 36 (3): 449-470.
McGarry, A., Hainsworth, P. and Gilligan, C. (2008): Political Parties and Minority Ethnic Communities in Northern Ireland: Election Manifestos 1994-2007. Translocations: Migration and Social Change, 3 (1): 1-27.
Gilligan, C., Hainsworth, P. and McGarry, A. (2008): Questions and answers: comparing the attitudes of elected representatives, and their party supporters, towards minority ethnic communities in Northern Ireland. Shared Space 6: 85-100.
Fremlovà, L. and McGarry, A. (2018) ‘Negotiating the Identity Dilemma: Crosscurrents Across the Romani, Romani Women’s and the Romani LGBTIQ Movements’. Edited by Kocze, A et al. The Romani Women’s Movement: Struggles and Debates in Central and Eastern Europe. Palgrave.
Eslen-Ziya, H. McGarry, A., Potgieter, C. and Reygan, F. (2015): Equal but Separate? LGBT Rights in South Africa. In Korkut, U., Mahendran, K. and Bucken-Knappp, G. (eds) Discursive Governance in Politics, Policy and Public Sphere. Palgrave: Basingstoke.
Jasper, J. and McGarry, A. (2015): The Identity Dilemma, Social Movements and Collective Identity. In McGarry, A. and Jasper, J. (eds) The Identity Dilemma: Collective Identity and Social Movements. Temple University Press: Philadelphia.
Jasper, J. Tramontano, M. and McGarry, A. (2015): Scholarly Research on Collective Identity. In McGarry, A. and Jasper, J. (eds) The Identity Dilemma: Collective Identity and Social Movements. Temple University Press: Philadelphia.
McGarry, A. And Drake, H. (2013): The Politicization of Roma as an Ethnic Other: Security Discourse in France and the Politics of Belonging. In Korkut et al, The Politics and Discourses of Migration in Europe.Palgrave Macmillan: New York.
McGarry, A. (2009): Round Pegs in Square Holes: Integrating the Romani Community in Hungary. In Agarin, T. And Brosig, M. (eds)Minority Integration: Debating Ethnic Diversity in Eastern Europe.Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi.
McGarry, A. Hainsworth, P. and Gilligan, C. (2009): Accommodating Diversity in Northern Ireland: Elected Representatives and Minority Ethnic Communities. A Sustainable Peace? Volume IICommunity Relations Council, Belfast.
Other Publications (reports and articles)
McGarry, A. (2018) Romaphobia: A Legacy of Nation-Building in Europe. RFIEA, 4 December. En Francais.
McGarry, A. (2018) The Trump Baby Balloon: Why Humour is Such a Powerful Form of Protest, The Conversation, 12 July.
McGarry, A. (2018) Romaphobia: The Last Acceptable Racism?, Political Critique. 14 February.
Jenzen, O. and McGarry, A. (2017) Gezi Park: How Did Visual Communication Between Protestors Create a Movement? OpenDemocracy, 5 December
McGarry, A. (2017) ‘Aesthetics of Protest’ blog post for the www.aestheticsofprotest.com
Sardelic, J. and McGarry, A. (2017): How the Refugee Crisis is Dealing Another Blow to Europe’s Roma, The Conversation, 20 March.
Tremlett, A. and McGarry, A. (2013): Challenges Facing Researchers on Roma: Minorities in Contemporary Europe. ECMI Working Paper 68, January 2013.
McGarry, A. (2013): ‘Romaphobia: The Last Acceptable Form of Racism’, OpenDemocracy, 13 November.
McGarry, A. (2012): Until negative stereotypes are addressed, Roma will continue to be the most marginalised minority in Europe, European Politics and Policy: London School of Economics. September.
McGarry, A., Hainsworth, P. and Gilligan, C. (2008): Elected Representatives/Political Parties and Minority Ethnic Communities in Northern Ireland. Final Report. University of Ulster/Community Relations Council. June.
McGarry, A. (2008): Elected Representatives/Political Parties and Minority Ethnic Communities in Northern Ireland. Interim Report. University of Ulster/Community Relations Council. Belfast (Lead author with Paul Hainsworth and Chris Gilligan). March.
Decker, C. and McGarry, A. (2005): Enhancing Minority Governance in Romania. The Romanian Draft Law on the Status of National Minorities: Issues of Definition, NGO Status, and Cultural Autonomy. European Centre for Minority Issues. Report No. 54.