Professor Peter Bowler, Professor Emeritus in History of Science
Professsor Ken Brown, Professor Emeritus in History
Professor Leslie Clarkson, Professor Emeritus in Economic and Social History
Professor Marie Therese Flanagan, Professor Emerita of Medieval History
Professor David Hayton, Professor Emeritus of Early-Modern Irish and British History
Professor Liam Kennedy, Professor Emeritus in Economic History
Professor David Whitehead, Professor Emeritus of Ancient History
Honorary and Visiting staff
Professor Christopher Andrew, Honorary Professor in History (University of Cambridge)
Dr Chris Baxter, Honorary Lecturer in Intelligence History
Ms Gill Bennett, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Intelligence History
Dr John Bergin, Visiting Research Fellow in Irish History
Mrs Brenda Collins, Visiting Research Fellow in Irish History
Dr Patrick Fitzgerald, Honorary Lecturer in Irish History, (Mellon Centre for Migration Studies, Omagh)
Professor Peter Hennessy, Honorary Professor in History (Queen Mary, University of London)
Dr Myrtle Hill, Visiting Research Fellow in History
Dr Anthony Hirst, Honorary Lecturer in Modern Greek, Medieval and Byzantine Studies
Dr Nini Rodgers, Honorary Research Fellow in Irish History
Dr Margaret Ward, Visiting Research Fellow in Irish History
Dr. Anthony D. Buckley, Senior Honorary Research Fellow
PhD 1982 Birmingham; Medicine, ethnicity, religion, brotherhoods; Nigeria, N. Ireland.
Dr. Maurna Crozier, Honorary Research Fellow.
PhD 1985 Belfast; Cultural studies, gender, divided societies; Ireland (Community Relations Council).
Dr. Lawrence Holden, Visiting Research Fellow
PhD 2006 Ulster; Critical regionalism, emotional geographies and ecopoetics in the study of cultural conceptions of tradition, place and locality.
Prof. Kay Milton, Professor Emerita in Anthropology
Dr. Qi Xiaoguang; Visiting Research Fellow
PhD 2012 Minzu University. Business anthropology, Cultural comparative studies and Cross-cultural management
Dr Regina Schiller, Visiting Research Fellow
Dr Marc Schiltz, Visiting Research Fellow; PhD London 1980; Yoruba studies, West Africa, Papua New Guinea; cosmopolitanism, ethics, religion, missionary studies, life stories, art, music, oral history, politics, witchcraft-sorcery.
Professor Emerita Elizabeth Tonkin
DPhil 1971 Oxford; History, oral history and anthropology, power and symbolism; West Africa.
John Wilson Foster, Senior Visiting Research Fellow
Professor Graham MacDonald, Honorary Professor in Cognition and Culture
Professor Harvey Whitehouse, Honorary Professor in Cognition and Culture