BA, PhD (NUI), FRHistS
Lecturer in Modern Irish History
Institute Fellow, Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
Tel: +44 (0) 28 9097 3255
Marie Coleman is a graduate of University College Dublin. She has worked previously in the National Library of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy (on the Dictionary of Irish Biography), the University of Limerick, University College Dublin (where she held a Government of Ireland Post-Doctoral Fellowship, 2001–3) and the National University of Ireland, Galway. She joined Queen’s in September 2004. She is a committee-member of the Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, and a member of the Royal Irish Academy's National Committee for Historical Sciences.
Her principal research interests are in twentieth-century Irish history, especially the Irish revolution. She has recently completed a history of the Irish hospitals’ sweepstake lottery (1930-87), which examines the role of gambling in Ireland and the financing and development of Irish hospitals in the twentieth century, and is currently working on the history of Irish military service pensions.
Marie Coleman, The Irish Revolution, 1916-1923 (Routledge: Seminar Studies in History, 2013)
Articles and chapters:
|110MHY101||Introduction to History I|
|210MHY102||Introduction to History II|
|110HIS211||Politics and society in 19th century Ireland|
|210HIS212||Politics and society in 19th century Ireland|
|110HIS340||Radical Politics in the Irish Free State|
|110HIS373||The Irish Revolution|
|210HIS245||The USA in the 20th Century|
|210MHY755||Women in Modern Ireland|