North America

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Broken telephone: information flows and price discovery in the great telegraphers' strike of 1883.
Bridgman, Michael H., M.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Esteves, Rui)
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A history of A.I.R. Gallery: feminism and the American art institution.
Brown, Meredith A., Ph.D. (1970), London (Nixon, Mignon)
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Bridging the middle Atlantic: the Liverpool-New York trading community, 1763-1833.
Buchnea, Emily, Ph.D. (2013), Nottingham (Haggerty, Sheryllynne)
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Egerton Ryerson and educational policy borrowing: aspects of the development of Ontario's system of public instruction, 1844-76.
Cohen, Jessica E., D.Phil. (1970), Oxford
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Controlling controversial science: biotechnology policy in Britain and the United States, 1984-2004.
McManigal, Barney, D.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Hood, Christopher; King, Desmond)
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The lesser of two evils? U.S. indirect intervention in counter-insurgency, 1946-91.
Ladwig III, Walter C., D.Phil. (1970), Oxford (Strachan, Hew F.A.; Foong Khong, Yuen)
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S.C.L.C. Operation Breadbasket: from economic civil rights to black economic power.
Beltramini, Enrico, Ph.D. (2013), London (Gibson, Dawn-Marie)
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A perfect pair: Henry McNeal Turner, Booker T. Washington and the birth of the Garvey Movement in the 'New Negro' age.
Wiede, Bridget M., M.St. (2013), Oxford (Tuck, Stephen G.N.)
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Cohesion and confusion: the American economics profession in the late 20th-century.
Meyer, Jacob R., M.Sc. (2013), Oxford (Carter, Harold)
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The role of the federal judiciary in the early Republican government, 1789-1801.
Milanova, Sonya, M.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Cole, Nicholas)
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Bead exchange among the historic Kumeyaay Indians.
Kirkish, Alexander, Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Whitbread, Ian; Tarlow, Sarah)
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Conciliarism and American religious liberty, 1632-1835.
Breidenbach, Michael D., Ph.D. (2013), Cambridge (O'Brien, Michael; Hont, Istvan)
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The archaeology of abandonment: ghost towns of the American West.
Peyton, Paige M., Ph.D. (2013), Leicester (Edwards, David)
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Dr. David Fitzgerald
Lect. in Int. Pol., University College Cork (National University of Ireland), Department of History
Research interests: History of U.S. foreign relations; military history; history of counterinsurgency.Republic of Ireland record
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Sandra Scanlon
University College Dublin (National University of Ireland)
Research interests: United States foreign policy & the Vietnam War; American political development during the 20th c.; American conservatism; transatlantic relations.Republic of Ireland record
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Bernadette Whelan
University of Limerick, Department of History
Research interests: Irish foreign policy, 1900-60; 19th & 20th c. American-Irish relations; recovery & reconstruction after WWII; women in Ireland, 1900-60.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Daniel Geary
Mark Pigott Lect. in Amer. Hist., Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin), Department of History
Research interests: American radicalism in the 20th c..Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Patrick Geoghegan
Lect. in Mod. Hist., Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin), Department of History
Research interests: Ireland; Anglo-Irish & Irish American relations, 18th-19th c..Republic of Ireland record
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Professor Ciaran F. Brady
Assoc. Prof. of Mod. Hist., Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin), Department of History
Research interests: 16th-17th c. Irish political & intellectual history; Irish historiography.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Charles Ivar McGrath
Lect. in Hist., University College Dublin (National University of Ireland)
Research interests: The British empire; politics, parliament, legislation & government; religion; public finance, taxation, national debt & credit; early modern chartered trading companies & monopolies; the Hudson's Bay Company.Republic of Ireland record
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Professor Maurice Bric
Assoc. Prof. of Hist., University College Dublin (National University of Ireland)
Research interests: The history & culture of the 18th & early 19th c. Atlantic world, esp. Ireland & America; Irish-American interactions since 1970..Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Mervyn O'Driscoll
Sen. Lect. in Hist., University College Cork (National University of Ireland), Department of History
Research interests: Ireland & European integration; Irish foreign policy/diplomacy; Anglo-American nuclear diplomacy/strategy; Anglo-French diplomacy since 1939.Republic of Ireland record
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Professor David Ryan
Prof. (Chair in Mod. Hist.), University College Cork (National University of Ireland), Department of History
Research interests: History of U.S. foreign policy/relations.Republic of Ireland record
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Carla R. King
Lect. in Hist., St. Patrick's College (a college of Dublin City University), Department of History
Research interests: Late 19th c. Ireland; Michael Davitt; Horace Plunkett.Republic of Ireland record
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Professor James Kelly
Cregan Prof. of Hist., St. Patrick's College (a college of Dublin City University), Department of History
Research interests: Politics & society in late early modern Ireland; history of medicine; associational culture; history of sport.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. JoAnne Marie Mancini
Lect. in Hist., National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Department of History
Research interests: History of the U.S. & its colonial antecedents; intersections of American & world history.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. M. Denise Dunne
Lect. in Hist., National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Department of History
Research interests: History of European integration, esp. British policy; U.S.-European transatlantic relations; the institutional development of the E.U. from inception to date.Republic of Ireland record
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Professor Ged Martin
Adjunct Prof. of Hist., National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of History
Research interests: Australian, British, British imperial, Canadian, Irish & New Zealand history from the late 18th to the 20th c.; career of Sir John A. Macdonald (1815-91), first prime minister of Canada; British-Canadian relations & the intellectual origins of Canadian Confederation (1867).Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Enrico Dal Lago
Lect. in Hist., National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of History
Research interests: U.S. social & political history, esp. 19th c.; American slavery in comparative perspective; native North Americans, esp. the plains' tribes.Republic of Ireland record
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Dr. Úna Ní Bhroiméil
Lect. in Hist., Mary Immaculate College, Department of History
Research interests: The Irish-American press and the invention of ethnicity during World War I; the formation of female teachers in the late 19th and early 20th c. in Ireland; the use of images as political, sociological & historical artefacts.Republic of Ireland record
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