Robyn Atcheson completed her BA Joint Hons in Modern History and English in 2011. Robyn was joint winner of the final year Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies Prize for best performance in a module covering the 18th century. She is currently studying on the MA in Irish History.
David Barr graduated in 2008 and is currrently working for a Public Affairs Agency in Belfast. David was awarded The Mary Gardiner Prize for achieving the greatest distinction in Ancient History in the Final Examinations.
Jamie Canavan from Massachusetts, received my bachelor’s degree in history with an english minor from Auburn University, located in eastern Alabama, in 2013. Jamie came to Queen's in September 2014 and is working on Girlhood in Ireland.
Aodhán Connolly studied BA Hons Modern History and is now the Commercial Executive for The Prince’s Trust in Northern Ireland.
Roscha Cronin, graduated in July 2008 in Social Anthropology. She was awarded the Ann Maguire Memorial Prize which is given to the final year student who produces the best dissertation in Social Anthropology in the year.
Ruairi Cullen after completing his degree from University of York and UCL, Ruairi came to Queen's in September 2013 to study for his PhD
Hendrik Dennemeyer from Luxembourg is currently studying Anthropology.
Joanna Dineen studied BA Hons Modern History and completed in 2005. She now teaches at a Primary School.
Jonathan Eaton completed a PhD in Ancient History in 2010.
Dr Elaine Farrell completed her PhD in Irish women's history in 2010, and has returned from being a research fellow at University College Dublin to work within the School of History and Anthropology.
Peter Hall graduated in 1993 in Politics and History and is currently working as Clerk to the Committee for Employment and Learning, NI Assembly.
Graeme Hamilton graduated in 1997 with Single Honours Modern History and is currently working as a Solicitor in Belfast.
John Harris graduated in 2008 with an MA in Modern History and is currently undertaking a PhD in US History at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland.
Andrew Harvey graduated in 2006 with BA Honours in Anthropology and completed his MA in Social Anthropology in 2008.
Yan Hu studied for her PhD in Anthropology.
Ian Hunter graduated in 2008 with his degree in English and History, and is now working for Invest NI.
Bronach Kane graduated in 2003 and is currently working as a Leverhulme Early Career Researcher.
Matthew Lewis completed his BA in Modern History in 2007, his MA in 2008 and his PhD in 2011.
Sam Manning is studying for his PhD in History and is due to graduate in 2016.
Sarah Mawhinney completed her BA in Modern History in 2010 and her MA in 2011. She is currently an AHRC-funded PhD student in Medieval History at the University of York.
Kathryn McCabe graduated in 2008 in Anthropology.
Jacqueline McCarthy graduated in 2007 with a BA Joint Hons in Modern History and Drama and is currently working at the British Council.
Shaun McDaid, completed his PhD in History in 2010, and is currently a researcher in the School of Law.
Stephen Miller graduated in 2004 in Modern History with English and is currently teaching English and History at Coleraine Inst.
Bill Neely, studied History and English at Queen's and is currently the International Editor for ITV News in London.
Lisa O'Kane studied Modern History with English and graduated in 2008. She is an Associate in Ernst & Young and studying for her Chartered Accountancy exams..
Burak Ozdemir is currently studying for his PhD in Irish history.
Lucy Proudlock from London is currently studying Social Anthropology.
Amelia-Roisin Seifert is studying Contemporary Nez Perce Horse Culture.
Ioannis Tsioulakis completed his PhD in Ethnomusicology in 2011 and has been appointed to a lectureship at University College Cork.
Gemma Wieberg studied for both her BA and PhD in Social Anthropology and completed in 2010.