- Notorious: Mary Robinson and the Gothic. Close, Anne // Gothic Studies;Nov2004, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p172
Mary Robinson's decision to publish in a notorious genre, the Gothic, drew further attention to her own sexual and moral notoriety. In Hubert de Sevrac, a Romance of the Eighteenth Century (1796) and Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson (1801), she manipulates the public's taste for the type of...
- U. of Ill. assoc. dean is named to NIH advisory panel. // Jet;7/9/90, Vol. 78 Issue 13, p25
Reports on the naming of Dr. Marie K. Robinson, an associate dean at the University of Illinois at Chicago, to a three and one-half year term on the National Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Advisory Council of the National Institutes ofHealth (NIH).
- Hello, Mrs. Robinson. Kirby, P. // Commonweal;12/21/90, Vol. 117 Issue 22, p742
Discusses the impact of the inauguration of Ireland's first woman president, Mary Robinson. Short biography; Impact on Irish political history; Events leading to her election victory.
- Mary Robinson. // U.S. News & World Report;11/19/90, Vol. 109 Issue 20, p21
States that Mary Robinson, 46-year-old former barrister, has become the first woman president of Ireland.
- Eyes on the Irish. Gest, Ted; Chesnoff, Richard Z. // U.S. News & World Report;8/05/96, Vol. 121 Issue 5, p23
Mentions how a staff member at Washington's Blair House failed to recognize a woman in a bathrobe and curlers as Mary Robinson, the president of Ireland.
- Here's to you, Mrs. Robinson--Ireland's first woman president. Arias, R.; Hauptfuhrer, F. // People;11/26/90, Vol. 34 Issue 21, p57
Profiles Mary Robinson, 46, a lawyer and mother recently elected as Ireland's first woman president. Robinson narrowly defeated the ruling Fianna Fail party candidate Brian Lenihan, with a mix of grassroots appeal and a plea for change.
- Romancing the reign of terror: Sexual politics in Mary Robinson's Natural daughter. Setzer, Sharon M. // Criticism;Fall97, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p531
Focuses on novelist, Mary Robinson. Detailed information on some of Robinson's books; Information on the novel `Vancenza; or the Dangers of Credulity,' by Todd Robinson; Reference to the book `The Natural Daughter'.
- Here's to you, Mrs. Robinson. // Time;11/19/1990, Vol. 136 Issue 22, p77
States that Mary Robinson, candidate of the minority Labour Party, was elected president of Ireland and the Vatican has appointed Cahal Daly, a fierce critic of the Irish Republican Army, as Primate of All-Ireland.
- Portrait of a president. Howell, G.; Salgado, S. // Vogue;May92, Vol. 182 Issue 5, p242
Profiles Mary Robinson, 48, Ireland's first woman president. Her seven-year term of office is one as a head of state, and is nonpolitical and nonexecutive, but Robinson has influence and is immensely popular. Election; Country's problems; Robinson's role; Background.