Having worked for 30 years as a Clinical Biochemist in a Dublin Hospital, I took early retirement in 2008 and returned to Trinity College, Dublin, to do a BA in History. I graduated in 2012 and am now doing a PhD under Prof. Anne Dolan.
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Origin, growth, decline and resurgence of the Sinn Féin organisation, 1900-1918.
20th century Ireland, twentieth century Ireland, political, nationalist, nationalism, republican, republicanism, Irish republicanism, Sinn Fein, Irish Republican Brotherhood, IRB, Arthur Griffith, Bulmer Hobson, Tom Kelly, Thomas Kelly, Irish Volunteers, Eoin MacNeill, Easter Rising, 1916, Tom Clarke, Thomas Clarke, Sean MacDermott, Patrick Pearse, Eamonn Ceannt, Thomas MacDonagh, Joseph Plunkett, Joe Plunkett, James Connolly.
Peter Brown (Graduate Historian)
Irish Research Council postgraduate scholarship (2013-2015)
'How revolutionary were the Irish Volunteers?', History Ireland, 21:6 (November/December 2013)