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Savannah Dodd

Anthropology Photography ethics in post-conflict Belfast

Karin Elliott

Anthropology A comparative study of the visual regimes around the interface barriers of Belfast and the Berlin Wall
Chiara Magliacane Anthropology Youth conflict-related trauma through generations: an ethnography on the relationship between health and society in post-conflict Northern Ireland

Angela Mazzetti Anthropology The long-term impact of growing up with the Troubles.
Augusto Soares Anthropology Tracking online political sociality in Northern Ireland: social media engagement in a context of persistent antagonism and increasing diversity
Rena Maguire Archaeology The introduction of equestrianism to Late Iron Age Ireland
Anna Skoura Architecture The cultural heritage of everyday streets
Molly Goyer Gorman Drama Communities in Play: the social value of youth drama groups in rural areas of Northern Ireland
David Jordan Economics The economics of devolution: evidence from Northern Ireland 1920-1972
Aline Muff Education Citizenship education and identity in Northern Ireland and Israel
Jamie Anderson English Things in Northern Irish Poetry: From Mahon to Morrissey
Amy Burnside English Breaking the “rule of silence”: Speaking about trauma in contemporary Irish fiction. Supervisors: Dr Stefanie Lehner and Dr Eamonn Hughes
Elizabeth Byrne English/Creative Writing 'Familiar Landscapes Disappear: how ecofeminist subversion of apocalyptic fiction creates new narratives of hope.' My novel is set in Ireland and Northern Ireland four decades from now, after environmental catastrophe has radically transformed the landscape.
Amy Finlay-Jeffrey English Tracing Herstory: Irish lesbian writing in its historical paradigms. Supervisors: Dr Eamonn Hughes and Prof Moyra Haslett
Elaine Gaston English Self-Seeded: The place of dialect in the poetry of June Jordan and Jackie Kay.
Rachel Hanna English An examination of cross-cultural empathy and identity construction in the telling and reading of refugees' life stories
Chris Laverty English Seamus Heaney in America
Hilary McCollum English Creating a lesbian history through historical fiction: Challenges, ethics and freedoms
Tara McEvoy English The poetry of 1970s Northern Ireland and the politics of reception. Supervisors: Prof Fran Brearton and Dr Gail McConnell 
Patrick Macfarlane English 'Labour in the poetry of W.B. Yeats'. Supervisors: Dr Gail McConnell and Prof Fran Brearton
Scott McKendry English A creative component in poetry and a critical analysis of the poetry of Alan Gillis in the context of working-class poets in Northern Ireland. Supervisors: Prof Sinead Morrissey and Dr Michael Pierse
Richard Gallagher Film Studies Where are the unionists? An investigation into the representation of Northern Irish unionism and loyalism in fiction film.
Emma Kelly Film Studies  The 'piercing breach of a border': Irish cinema as a mediator of modern trauma. Supervised by Professor Cahal McLaughlin and Dr Stefanie Lehner
Lorraine Holloway-McCarney Geography Rural 'belonging' and family farm men across their life-course in Nortehrn Ireland: challenges for 'remaining-in and leaving' family farming
Melissa Baird History Irish-America and the Northern Irish Civil Rights Movement 1966-1969
Robert Cotter History John Cennick - Moravian evangelist?
Jack Crangle History Ethnic minority communities in twentieth-century Belfast. Supervisor: Prof Sean O'Connell
Shannon Devlin History Sibling relationships in nineteenth-century Ulster
Steven Egan History The partition of Ireland in the transnational perspective of the Commonwealth
Sean Garland History Women of the Irish Citizen Army: an assessment of their role and recognition during and after the Revolutionary Period
Nadine Gilmore History Queer Belfast: the social and cultural practices of gay men, c. 1967-2005
Bridget Harrison History Cultural perceptions of Irish Roman Catholic women religious, 1849-1907
Matthew Houston History The churches, Northern Ireland, and the Second World War. Supervisor: Dr Andrew Holmes
Deirdre Mac Bride History

Commemoration and social memory in Northern Ireland: Using heritage to remember the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme. Supervisors: Professor John Brewer and Dr Marie Coleman
Conleth McCloskey History The fullness of time: The cult of Collins in de Valera's Ireland, Supervisor: Prof Fearghal McGarry
Grace McGrath History Power, profit, plantocracy and the emancipation war: Lord Belmore in Jamaica. Supervisors: Prof Peter Gray and Prof Mary O'Dowd
Eliza McKee History Clothing the poor in Ulster, c. 1850-1914. Supervisors: Dr Elaine Farrell and Dr Olwen Purdue
Rachael Thomas History

International responses to the Northern Irish hunger strikes of 1980/81, Supevisors: Professor Richard English and Professor Fearghal McGarry
Rachel Wallace History 'Gay is Good': Gay rights and social justice in Belfast and Boston post-1945. Supervisors: Prof Mary O'Dowd
Lucy Wray History

The photographer and the city: the work of A.R. Hogg in recording social conditions in early twentieth-century Belfast. Supervisor: Dr Olwen Purdue

Jody Buckley-Coogan

Irish A linguistic analysis of early Irish legal glosses and commentaries.  Supervisors: Prof. Greg Toner and Prof. Mícheál Ó Mainnín

Padraig McGonagle

Irish Éamon de Valera's relationship with the Irish language. Supervisors: Dr Marcas Mac Coinnigh and Prof Fearghal McGarry

Rebecca Try

Irish A King without a court: King Arthur and Fionn Mac Cumhaill. Supervisors: Prof Greg Toner and Dr Sharon Arbuthnot
Allely Albert Law Ex-Prisoners and Community Based Restorative Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Northern Ireland and North America
Conor McCormick Law Constitutional Position of Law Officers in the UK (including the Attorney General for Northern Ireland)
Brona McNeill Law Land Ownership and Nature Conservation: Reconceptualising Property Rights to Further Environmental Governance in Northern Ireland
Clare Rice Law Intersectional discrimination in divided societies: the case of Northern Ireland and Belgium
Philip Rivers Law An oral history of the transgender movement in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: rights, recognition and the law
Paula Shilliday Law

Remembering what they can never forget: Exploring memorialisation of historical institutional abuse from the perspective of victim-survivors, the public and the state, with a particular focus Upon the Magdalene Laundries and Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland
Ciara Conway Music John O'Keeffe and William Shield: a collaboration in eighteenth-century comic opera. Supervisors: Dr Sarah McCleave and Dr Kurt Taroff
Sam Beckton Politics

The lost tribe: The evolution of southern unionism in the Republic of Ireland since 1921
Matthew Gault Politics

'Commemorating the Troubles' - Remembrance in contested rural spaces
Ian McInnes Politics A political history of Bill Craig and the Vanguard Unionist Party

Jamie Pow Politics

Citizen-based post-conflict democracy.

Northern Slant blog
Lisa Claire Whitten Politics

Brexit and Northern Ireland: What impact will 'Brexit' have on the political constitution of Northern Ireland?
Linda Ballard Theology Aspects of Irish Non-Subscription 1830-1876


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