History - Research Projects
STAFF HISTORY RESEARCH PROJECTS
- War and the supernatural in early-modern Europe - European Commission CORDIS webpage War and the supernatural in early-modern Europe - School of HAPP website Directed by Dr Ian Campbell (PI). ERC Starting Grant 2016-20.
- Bad Bridget: criminal and deviant Irishwomen in North America, 1838-1918. Directed by Dr Elaine Farrell (CI) and Dr Leanne McCormick (UU, PI). AHRC 2015-18. Webpage: https://badbridget.wordpress.com/
- Hit songs and their significance in 17th century England. Directed by: Prof. Chris Marsh (PI). AHRC 2014-17. Website: https://www.facebook.com/100HitSongs/
- Past, present and future: connecting communities with shared histories. Directed by Dr Kieran Connell (CI) and Dr Matthew Hilton (Birmingham, PI). AHRC 2015-16
- Northern Ireland's 1916: approaching the contested commemoration of the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme. Directed by Dr Marie Coleman (PI) and Dr Dominic Bryan (CI). AHRC / Government of Ireland 2014-16
- World War One at home. Directed by Prof. Fran Brearton (English, PI) and Dr Marie Coleman (CI). AHRC/BBC 2014-15. Website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p33l4
- Radical Religion in the trans-Atlantic world: Ulster-Scots perspectives. Directed by: Prof Crawford Gribben (PI). DCAL 2014-15
- Welfare and public health in Belfast and the its region, c.1800-1973. Directed by: Prof. Peter Gray (PI) and Dr Olwen Purdue (CI). AHRC 2012-15. Website: http://www.belfastpovhist.com/
- Sir Robert Hart project. Directed by Dr Emma Reisz (PI) Ms Deirdre Wildy (McClay Library), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Website: http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/exhibits/show/hart3511
- Documentary film and the public communication of historical knowledge in Northern Ireland. Directed by: Dr Fearghal McGarry (PI). AHRC 2011-14. Website: http://www.qub.ac.uk/sites/frankryan/
- The politics of consumer credit in the UK 1938-1992. Directed by: Dr Sean O'Connell (PI) and Dr Paul Corthorn (CI). Leverhulme Trust 2012-13
- An urban history of Belfast. Directed by Professor Sean Connolly (PI). Leverhulme Trust 2010-11. Book: http://liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/products/59873
- Documenting Ireland – parliament, people and migration 18th-20th centuries (DIPPAM). Directed by Professor Peter Gray (PI). AHRC 2010-11. Website: http://www.dippam.ac.uk/
- Marriage in Ireland, 1660 - 1925. Co-directed by Prof Mary O'Dowd (CI) and Prof Maria Luddy (PI, Warwick). AHRC 2007-10
- After slavery: race, labour and politics in the post-emancipation Carolinas. Directed by Dr Brian Kelly (PI) in partnership with Bruce Baker (University of London- Royal Holloway) and Susan E. O’Donovan (Harvard University). AHRC 2006-10. Website: http://ldhi.library.cofc.edu/exhibits/show/after_slavery
- Welfare regimes under the Irish Poor Law 1850 - 1921. Co-directed by Prof Peter Gray (CI) and Dr Virginia Crossman (PI, Oxford Brookes). ESRC 2006-9. Website: https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/ipl/Home;jsessionid=17989C5FEA66FD4A2D9FC8273BEBFF4C
History Research Students
Please click the highlighted links below for more information on our current PhD students and their projects.
Current PhD Students:
Robyn Atcheson, 'Poverty, poor relief and public health in Belfast and its region c.1800-1851' (Prof. Gray)
Mark Benson, 'Abortion and Northern Ireland' (Prof O’Dowd)
Jonathan Best, ‘Fact or fiction: the British spy novel and British intelligence, 1903–1991’ (Dr Corthorn) [2015 poster]
Matthew Bingham, ‘Orthodox radicals: Baptist identity formation in Stuart England’ (Prof. Gribben)
Morris Brodie, ‘The Atlantic Anarchist movement and the Spanish Civil War’ (Dr Corthorn)
Lauren Browne, 'The Shaping of Popular History: The Cases of Anne Neville and Elizabeth of York'
Conor Campbell, ‘A cross-border study of boundary-region censorship as applied in Éire and Northern Ireland during the Second World War’ (Dr McGarry)
Dr Robert Cotter, 'John Cennick - Moravian evangelist?' (Dr Scott Dixon)
Jack Crangle, 'Ethnic minority communities in twentieth-century Belfast' (Prof. O’Connell, Dr Connell & Prof A. Nayak, Newcastle University)
Derek Crosby, 'A crowded urban space: conflict and identity in an English Town, 1300-1800' (Dr Davis)
Ruairi Cullen, 'The Medieval period in nineteenth-century Irish historiography' (Prof. Gray)
Jennifer Davison, 'Linked memories:slavery, race, and remembrance in the United States and the United Kingdom ' (Dr Stanonis) [2015 poster]
Gerald Daniel Louis, 'The East India Company and the Transportation of Convicts for the Madras Presidency, 1789 - 1858', (Dr Reisz)
Karst De Jong 'The Irish on Jamaica during the long eighteenth century (1698-1836)' (Prof. Connolly)
Shannon Devlin, 'Adolescent sibling relationships in nineteenth-century Ulster' (Dr Elaine Farrell)
Jeffrey Donnelly, 'John II Komnenos’s policy towards Antioch'
Scott Eaton, 'The witch's familiar: a study of the familiar spirit in the early modern British Isles' (Prof. Gribben & Dr S. Kelly)
Samantha Gowdy, 'Race, gender and Civil Rights: African American women and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People' (Dr Kelly)
Bridget Harrison, ‘Public Perceptions of Women Religious: Irish and British Dialogue’ (Prof. O’Dowd, Dr Farrell & Dr J. Allen, Newcastle University)
Barry Henderson, 'The forgotten tycoon: James McHenry, The Atlantic and Great Western Railroad, and the gilded age of robber barons (1858-91)' (Prof. Clinton) [2014 poster]
Peter Hodson, 'Memory, conflict and class: the experience and legacy of deindustrialisation in Belfast and North-East England' (Prof. O’Connell, Dr Corthorn & Prof. M Perry, Newcastle University)
Robert Hodson, ‘Hit songs and their significance in 17th-century England’ (Prof. Marsh)
Matthew Houston, 'Religion in Northern Ireland during the Second World War' (Dr Holmes & Prof L. Kirkpatrick, UTC)
Paul Hughes, 'The Irish republican activism of Laurence Ginnell, 1916-23' (Dr Coleman)
Benjamin Huskinson, "Saving Eden: American Evangelicals and the Origin Narrative, 1859 - 2005" (Prof. Gribben)
Stuart Irwin, 'Belfast Corporation, 1880-1914: managing a mature industrial city' (Prof. Connolly)
Matthew Jackson, ‘Representing the Troubles: Contested histories, critical museology and conflict exhibitions.’ (Dr McGarry/ Dr D. Lisle (PISP))
Catherine Jamieson, 'Missionary masculinity: Irish Presbyterian missionaries in India, China and Nigeria, 1840-1910' (Dr Morier-Genoud)
Lisa Lavery, ‘“Baby Wanted”: pre-legislation adoption in Ireland, 1800-1952’ (Prof. O’Dowd)
Paul Lundy, 'The reception of Enoch Powell in Northern Ireland, 1968-1998' (Dr Corthorn & Prof G. Walker)
Conall MacMichael, 'The fire this time: media, myth, memory and the Black Power movement' (Dr Kelly)
Ryan Mallon, 'A Godly Nation: Presbyterianism, Dissent and Scottish society in the decade after Disruption' (Dr Holmes & Prof. G. Walker)
Sam Manning, 'Post-war cinema-going in the United Kingdom: a comparative analysis of Belfast and Sheffield' (Prof. O'Connell)
Stuart Mathieson, 'The Victoria Institute 1865-1930: a case study in the relationship between science and religion' (Dr Holmes, Dr D. Finnegan & Prof. D. Wilkinson, Durham University)
Jeremy Maxwell, 'African Americans in the military: "From unwanted to needed: African Americans in combat, WWII through Vietnam"' (Prof. Clinton) [2014 poster]
Robin McCallum 'Bristol, Norwich and the three Edwards, 1272-1350' (Dr Davis)
Michelle McCann, ‘A nineteenth-century Irish coroner: William Charles Waddell (1846-76)’ (Prof. Gray)
Conleth McCloskey, 'The Fullness of Time:The Cult of Collins in De Valera's Ireland,1932-1973', (Prof Fearghal McGarry)
Grace McGrath, 'Power, profit and plantocracy: the second earl of Belmore and Jamaican slavery' (Prof. Clinton) [2015 poster]
Sarah McHugh, 'A study of Ireland’s elderly female population, 1845 - 1908'
Sandra Millsopp, 'The rise of Bangor as a seaside resort 1830 to 1899' (Prof. Connolly)
Fergal O'Leary, 'Society, politics and empire: Ireland, Egypt and the Sudan, 1882-1885 and 1896-98' (Prof. Gray)
Daniel Patterson, ‘Becoming a man in Restoration England: Two young diarists and their social environments, 1663-1678’ (Prof. Marsh)
Andrei Psarev, 'The limits of communion in the Byzantine church (861-1300)' [2014 poster][2015 poster]
Tim Somers, ‘Collectors of cheap print in seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century England’ (Prof. Marsh)
Karie Schultz, 'The Reception of Calvinist Resistance Theory in Early Seventeenth-Century Scotland', Dr Ian Campbell
Patrick Speight, 'Irish Argentines from Peron to the Dirty War and the fall of the generals' (Dr D Bryan) [2015 poster]
Lauren Taylor (Ferguson),'Emyr Estyn Evans and the cultural identity of Ulster, c.1929 - 1969' (Prof. Gray)
Ruth Thorpe, 'Elite women and material culture in Ireland 1760-1840' (Prof. O'Dowd)
Rachel Wallace, ‘“Gay is good”: Gay rights and social justice in Belfast and Boston’ (Dr Stanonis/ Prof. Mary O’Dowd/ Dr G. Loughlin (Durham))
David Whitla, 'Fanatical Ideologue? The Mind of Archibald Johnston of Wariston, (1611-1663)' (Prof Fearghal McGarry)
Thesis completed in History since 1993
Pamela Linden, Jewish identity and community in Belfast, 1920-48. PhD Supervisor: Prof. Gray
Kerron Ó Luain, The Fenians of 19th-century South Ulster and their antecedents. PhD Supervisor: Prof. Connolly
Chih-Hui Tsai, 'Robert Hart and the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customes'. PhD Supervisors: Dr Reisz and Prof Jeffery
Robin McCallum, Bristol, Norwich and the three Edwards, 1272-1350. PhD. Supervisor: Dr James Davis
Lisa O’Connor, Connecting tastes: foodways and the creation of the Irish Atlantic in the twentieth century. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Crawford Gribben
Leanne Calvert, Love, life and the family in the Ulster Presbyterian community, 1780-1844. Ph.D Supervisor: Prof. Mary O'Dowd
Emily Haire, Anglo-French intelligence liaison, 1909-39. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Keith Jeffery.
Aoife Laughlin, Defining America: the politics of citizenship and national identity in the United States, 1844-50. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Anthony Stanonis.
Neil Watt, Women of the big house families of Ireland and marriage, 1860-1920. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Marie Coleman.
Peter Leary, Unapproved routes: histories of the Irish border, c.1922-72. PhD: Supervisors: Fearghal McGarry and Prof. Hastings Donnan.
Chris Magill, East Ulster and the Irish Revolution, 1920-22. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Fearghal McGarry.
Timothy Watt, Order and disorder in Ireland, 1692-1735. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. David Hayton.
Daniel Ritchie, Evangelicalism, abolitionism, and Parnellism: The public career of the Revd Isaac Nelson. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Andrew Holmes.
Thomas Donnachie, Irish Covenanters and politics 1798 - 1892. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Andrew Holmes.
James O'Neill, 'Military strategy and tactics in the Nine Years War'. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Sean Connolly.
Stephen Goss, Northern Ireland, de-colonisation and the Cold War. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Paul Corthorn.
Christopher Loughlin, The political culture of the Belfast labour movement, 1924-39. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Fearghal McGarry.
Meadhbha Ni Bhaoill, Women and education in North-west Donegal, 1831-1960. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Mary O'Dowd.
Judyta Szacillo, The O'Donohue Group of saints' lives in the Codex Salmanticensis, Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Marie-Therese Flanagan.
Rachel Wilson, The roles of elite women in Ireland c. 1690 - 1745. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. David Hayton.
Erica Doherty, Thomas Power O'Connor and the Irish Parliamentary Party 1912-24. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Marie Coleman
Daniel Brown, Hugh de Lacy and the Earldom of Ulster. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Marie-Therese Flanagan
Stephen Sandford, The 10th (Irish) Division in the First World War. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Keith Jeffery
Stuart Aveyard, No solution: British policy in Northern Ireland after Sunningdale, 1974-79. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Keith Jeffery.
Aidan Enright: 'The political life of Charles Owen O'Conor, 1860-1906'. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Peter Gray.
Daniel Brown, The Freedmen's Bureau in North Carolina, 1865-72. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Brian Kelly.
Matthew Lewis, Frank Aiken and the Fourth Northern Division: a personal and provincial experience of the Irish Revolution, 1916-1923. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Marie Coleman. [Abstract]
Paul Harron, The work of Young & Mackenzie, architectural practice and dynasty, and its significance to Ulster’s built environment. PhD. Supervisor: Prof Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Lisa Meaney, Civic society in eighteenth-century Ulster c. 1740-1780. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof David Hayton. [Abstract]
Clare O'Kane, A society in transition: Society, identity and nostalgia in rural Northern Ireland, 1939-68. Ph.D. Supervisors: Prof. Peter Gray and Dr Eamonn Hughes. [Abstract]
Gordon Rees, Pamphlets, pamphleteers and the problems of Irish society, c.1727-1749. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Eoin Clarke, Irish Republican Women 1969-86. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Sean O'Connell. [Abstract]
Elaine Doyle, The Qua Iboe Mission, 1887-1925. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Keith Jeffery. [Abstract]
Alison Muir, Paper manufacture in Ireland 1690-1825, with particular reference to the north of Ireland. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. David Hayton. [Abstract]
Sarah Roddy, The churches and emigration from nineteenth-century Ireland. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Peter Gray. [Abstract]
Patricia Marsh: The effect of the 1918-19 Influenza Pandemic in Ulster. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Marie Coleman. [Abstract]
Jonathan Eaton : Soldiers and politics: managing the Roman Army 31BC – AD235. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Brian Campbell. [Abstract]
Claire Allen: Urban elites, civil society and governance in early nineteenth-century Belfast. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Peter Gray. [Abstract]
Mary Clarke: The origins and impact of the Northcote-Trevelyan Report on civil service reform in Britain. Ph.D., Supervisor: Prof Peter Gray.
Claire Rush: Girls’ secondary school education in the north of Ireland, 1867-1947. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Mary O'Dowd. [Abstract]
Elaine Farrell: The crime of infanticide and women suspects in Ireland, 1850-1900. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Mary O'Dowd. [Abstract]
Alice Johnson: Middle-class culture and civic identity in mid-nineteenth century Belfast. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Sean Connolly.
Jonathan Wright: The Tennent family and the political and intellectual life of Presbyterian Belfast c.1801-1832. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Shaun McDaid: Northern Ireland: Sunningdale, power-sharing and British-Irish relations, 1972-75. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Fearghal McGarry. [Abstract]
Robert Whan : 'The Scotch colony': Presbyterians in Ulster, 1680-c.1730. PhD. Supervisor: Prof David Hayton. [Abstract]
Kathryn Tumilty : The Church of Ireland and the Famine in Ulster, PhD. Supervisor: Prof Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Amy McKinney: Joseph Dixon and the archdiocese of Armagh, 1852-1866. PhD. Supervisor: Prof Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
S. James Wilson: The making of Orangeism 1795-1800. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Andrew Scholes: The Church of Ireland and the Third Home Rule crisis. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Peter Gray. [Abstract]
Chris Shepard: Women activists and women's associations in Ireland, 1945-68. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Mary O'Dowd. [Abstract]
Olwen Purdue: 'Challenge and change: the big house in north-eastern Ireland, 1878-c.1960'. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof Brian Walker. [Abstract]
Jonathan Harris: The Sunningdale Agreement: British Government policy in Northern Ireland 1972-4. PhD. Supervisor: Sabine Wichert. [Abstract]
Roger McCance : Rebellion and dissent in the Angevin lordship of Ireland during the reign of Henry III (1216-72). PhD. Supervisor: Prof Marie-Therese Flanagan
Fergal McCluskey: The development of Republican politics in East Tyrone, 1898-1918. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Fearghal McGarry. [Abstract]
Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre: Alfred Webb and nationalist politics in Ireland and India: the life of a Dublin Quaker printer. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Sean Connolly. [Abstract]
Elizabeth Rickett: The episcopate of the Church of Ireland, 1603-1660. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Mary O'Dowd [Abstract]
Lisa Townsend: Intellectual and cultural interests of women in Ireland c.1750-1850. PhD. Supervisor: Prof Mary O'Dowd [Abstract]
Suzanne Kingon: Politics in Ulster in the age of emancipation and reform, c. 1825-35. PhD. Supervisors: Prof. Peter Jupp and Prof. Peter Gray [Abstract]
Steve Flanders: Family, lordship and service - the Courcys in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Judith Green
Jonathan Mattison: From Dolly's Brae to Westminster", the Loyal Orange Institution in Ireland c.1849-1886. PhD. Supervisor: Prof. Peter Jupp [Abstract]
Deborah Wilson: Women, marriage and property in wealthy landed families in Ireland, 1750–1850. PhD. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd [Abstract]
Alan Black: Parliamentary elections in Ulster counties, 1761-83. MPhil. Supervisor: Dr David Hayton
Graham Brownlow: Institutional change and the two Irelands, 1945-1990: An application of the North's institutional economics. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Liam Kennedy [Abstract]
Martin McElroy: A study of Munster politics in an era of transition, c.1825–1835. PhD. Supervisor: Professor Peter Jupp [Abstract]
Neil Fleming: 'A political biography of the seventh marquess of Londonderry (1878-1949)'. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Brian Walker
Elaine McKay: Recreational attitudes and activities of early modern English diarists, 1500-1700 Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Chris Marsh [Abstract]
Ivan Nelson: The Irish Militia, 1793-1802. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr David Hayton
Ann Creighton: The Catholic interest in Irish politics in the reign of Charles II. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr David Hayton
Ian Dickson: 'More Than Discourse': Sermons of Evangelical Protestants in 19th-century Ulster. Ph.D. Supervisors: Professor Sean Connolly and Professor Ian Green
Paul Gray: A social history of illegitimacy in Ireland from the late 18th century to the early 20th century. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Liam Kennedy
Ann Sofi Krook: The portrayal of women in Irish hagiography to circa AD 900. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Marie Therese Flanagan
Rosemary Richey: Landed society In mid-18th-century County Down. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr David Hayton
Alan Scott: Winds of change, scent of betrayal: press, political development and public opinion in Northern Ireland, 1963-7. Ph.D. Supervisor: Sabine Wichert
Eileen Black: The development of Belfast as a centre of art 1780-1888. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Peter Jupp
Roisin Browne: Kirk and community: Ulster Presbyterian society, 1640-1740. M.Phil. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
Mark Cooper: The Irish fertilizer industry. Ph.D. Supervisor: Prof. Liam Kennedy
Jonathan Hamill: A study of female textile operatives in the Belfast linen industry, 1890-1939. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
David Huddleston: Religion and social class: Church membership in Belfast, c.1870-1930. M.Phil. Supervisor: Professor David Hempton
David Richardson: The career of John Miller Andrews 1871-1956. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Alvin Jackson
Brigitte Anton: Young Germany, The Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung, and Young Ireland: Different perspectives of nationalism. Ph.D. Supervisor: Sabine Wichert
Michael D. Boyle: Women and crime in Belfast, 1900-13. PhD. Supervisor: Mr. David S. Johnson
Enda Delaney: Emigration from the Irish Republic to Britain, 1921-70. PhD. Supervisor: Dr. Liam Kennedy
Catherine Hirst: Social history of Sandy Row and the Pound areas of Belfast. Ph.D. Supervisors: Dr Alvin Jackson and Professor Sean Connolly
Marc Mulholland: The Evolution of Ulster Unionism, course and consequences, 1960-1968. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Alvin Jackson
Margaret Neill: Women at work in Ulster, 1845-1911. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
Kevin Conway: A social history of the Irish Presbyterian ministry in the 18th and 19th centuries. PhD Supervisor: Professor Kenneth D. Brown
Henry Jefferies: The secular clergy of the archdiocese of Armagh, 1519-58. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
John Lynch: British or Irish? A comparative study of working-class life in three cities, c.1880-1925. PhD. Supervisor: Professor Kenneth D. Brown
Eoin Magennis: Government and politics in Ireland during the Seven Years War, 1756-1763. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Peter Jupp
John O'Sullivan: History of obstetrics in Northern Ireland, 1948-92. PhD. Supervisor: Professor Leslie A. Clarkson
Diane Urquhart: The political role of women in North East Ulster, 1890-1940. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
George Beale: Society and economy in S.E. Ulster, 1825-51. PhD. Supervisor: Professor D.W. Harkness
David Burnett: Unionism and the new century: the structure, organization and mechanics of the Unionist party in Britain and Ulster, 1900-22. PhD. Supervisor: Dr. T. Alvin Jackson
Brian Crowe: Parliamentary experience of the Irish Members of the House of Commons, 1833-1841. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor Peter Jupp
Janice Holmes: Religious revivalism and popular evangelicalism in Britain and Ireland, 1859-1905. PhD. Supervisor: Dr. D.N. Hempton
Ann McVeigh: A history of the child and juvenile migration schemes to Australia. PhD. Supervisor: Mr. D.S. Johnson
Patrick Fitzgerald: Poverty and vagrancy in Early Modern Ireland. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
Jean Agnew: The merchant community of Belfast, 1660-1770. Ph.D. Supervisor: Dr Mary O'Dowd
Noel O'Reilly: Pro Fide Et Patria?: The Catholic Church and Republicanism in Ireland, 1912-20. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor David Harkness
John Regan: Countering the revolutionaries: an examination of the Cumann na nGaedhael Party. Ph.D. Supervisor: Professor David Harkness