About me

Email

annmarieobrien53@gmail.com

Areas of expertise

Twentieth century Ireland with a particular interest in women's diplomatic history
Oral history

Keywords

Irish history; women's history; diplomatic history; Ireland; gender studies

Member Details

Full Name

Ann Marie O'Brien

Membership Type

Professional Historian

Experience

Education

Ph.D. in History, University of Limerick, 2013-2016
M.Litt. in History, Maynooth University, 2010-2012
B.A. Double Honours in English and History, Maynooth University, 2006-2009

Employment

Research assistant, Georgetown University, 2017
Historical Researcher, Christchurch Productions, 2016
Deputy Editorial Assistant, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, Royal Irish Academy, 2012

Teaching

University of Limerick, 2015-16
‘The role of Irish diplomats in the early days of the Troubles, 1969-85: an examination of primary sources’ – fourth year undergraduate students

‘The Department of Foreign Affairs: the creation and evolution of a diplomatic service, 1919-39’ – fourth year undergraduate students

‘US foreign policy: American women diplomats’ – postgraduate students

Tutoring:
NUI Maynooth 2010-11

Committees & Associations

Member: Irish Association of Professional Historians
Member: Women's History Association of Ireland
Member: Oral History Network of Ireland

Awards

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences postgraduate research committee, University of Limerick, 2016
Irish Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship, 2013-16
Departmental Scholarship, History Department, Maynooth University, 2010-11

Publications

Other

'On the outside looking in: Ireland attempts to join the United
Nations', The Revolution Papers, issue 90, 19 September 2017.