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Irish Studies Working Papers

Working Papers are open access pre-publication versions of academic articles, book or completed dissertation chapters or conference papers. Papers posted on this site are either in progress, undergoing revision, under submission, or in press and forthcoming elsewhere.

Working Papers are intended to stimulate academic debate and generate constructive feedback for authors as they prepare their work for publication. We encourage comments!  Please send comments and questions about a particular Working Paper directly to the author at the email address listed on the cover page.

This series is hosted by the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast, and contains papers by academic staff and postgraduate students of QUB and partner universities and institutions on topics relating to all aspects of Irish Studies. Our aim is to make Irish Studies research accessible through a dedicated portal.

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New Working Papers

The last five submitted or amended Working Papers will be displayed here. Click on title link for abstract and publication information.

 

AuthorTitleVersion No.Subject Area(s)PDF
Dobrianska, Nadia (QUB)

Finding aid: Digital sources on the inter-communal violence in Belfast in 1920-1922

1 (Apr. 2021) History / Politics and Conflict Studies Dobrianska1v1
Hargy, Richard (QUB)

The State Department's Northern Ireland Envoys and the redemption of the Good Friday Agreement

1 (Mar. 2021) Conflict Studies / History / International Relations Hargy1.v1
Colvin, Christopher (QUB) and McLoughlin, Eoin (UCC)

Death, Demography and the Denominator: Age-Adjusted Influenza-18 Mortality in Ireland

[Published in Economics & Human Biology, 41 (2021)]

1 (Jan. 2021) Economic History / History ColvinMcLaughlin 1.v.1
Kennedy, Liam (QUB) and Solar, Peter (Bruxelles)

The Famine that wasn't: 1799-1801 in Ireland

1 (Dec. 2020) Economic History / History Kennedy & Solar 1.v.1 
Gray, Peter (QUB)

Representations of Irish Famine and Rebellion in the British Satirical Press, 1845-49

1 (Dec. 2020) History Gray 1.v.1 
         

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