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The Thomas KIlroy Collection, his personal archive, was deposited at Galway University's James Hardiman Library; Kilroy addressed the launch event in March 2011, which was attended by, amongst others, Brian Friel and the future President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins.
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Reassessment. Thomas Kilroy on J.M. Synge : The Complex Creator of a Closed World., The Irish Times 29 April 1989.
Secularized Ireland., Culture in Ireland : Division and Diversity ? Proceedings of the Cultures of Ireland Group Conference, 27-28 September 1991. Ed. Edna Longley. Belfast : Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast, 1991. 135 - 141.
^"Thomas Kilroy Collection". Retrieved 2018. Shortly after 1 minute 40 seconds into the video, Lionel Pilkington introduces Kilroy as, among other things, "a former Professor of English at this university".