Dr Claire Fitzpatrick
Lecturer in History
School of Society and Culture (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)
Lecturer in modern Irish history.
Third year module:
Hist 610 The Irish Revolution 1912-37
Second year module:
Hist 517 The Longest War: Britain and Ireland since 1949
First year module:
Hist 409 Fractured Isles: Britain and Ireland 1640-1990
BA (Hons) Monash University
PhD Cambridge University
Modern Irish history particularly the Irish revolution 1912-32 and contemporary Northern Ireland; the development of the state in post-partition Ireland; the history of the Irish post office 1912-27.
My research interests lie mainly in the development of democracy in the Irish Free State and the role of labour in the Irish revolution. I am interested in popular participation in the revolution. I am also interested in the effects of partition on politics and identity and the development of the state in Northern Ireland in relation to Labour and popular politics.
I am currently working on a history of the Irish post office in the period of 1912-27.
"Irish Nationalism" in Immanuel Ness (ed.) Blackwell's International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, Blackwell Publishing 2009
"Dublin Lockout 1913" in ibid