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Marc Mulholland, Oxford University
Photos

Pictures of my books:

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The Longest War: Northern Ireland's Troubled History

Oxford, 2002

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Michael Davitt, a cool guy from the past.

Born at Straide, County Mayo in 1846. Son of a small farmer, he was imprisoned between 1870 and 1877 for his political activities. In 1879, he founded the Land League, with Parnell as President. As a result of Land League agitation, the British government began a process to end landlordism in Ireland. Davitt served as an MP for Co. Meath, North Meath and South Mayo. He died in 1906.

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Dr Richard Michaelis (& partner Sophie). Richard is an expert on the French Revolution, and has a brain stuffed with an unfeasibly large amount of knowledge about C19 and C20th history generally. I teach with him sometimes, & we set the world to rights in the King's Arms still more.

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Jess shows her phone to James Thompson, who is the archetypal Englishman.

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James Thompson's manly profile.

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Dr Senia Paseta, a Fellow at St Hugh's, Oxford, and another historian of Ireland, shows how smoking can be both fun AND elegant. But don't try it kids!

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Barbra teaches history & politics and mistrusts globalisation

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Here are the excellent Princeton students working with Dr Richard Michaelis and I on the history of the British Isles. It's a rather poor photograph (pity my poor, weak digital camera), so I'll replace it with a better one soonest.

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Princeton students, older and wiser. It's been a blast.

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From a fancy-dress part to celebrate Jess's birthday. Vicky is a bee, Willow a bear.

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Simon ringed with fire.

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My kind Belfast hosts, Julian and Pauline, read a boring book.

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Dr Brigid Crawford, nee Lowe, is cheered by her Viva triumph.

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Jennie (Vicky's sister) and husband Glenn. They currently live in sunny San Diego, the lucky things.

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Northern Ireland at the Crossroads: Ulster Unionism in the O'Neill Years 1960 - 9

Palgrave, 2000

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Captain Terence O'Neill. Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, 1963 - 9.

I have written a book about O'Neill (see above). He was Northern Ireland's liberal premier who nevertheless governed over the start of the Troubles.

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Here is Jessica Rosemary Thomas, who did the photo of me on the front page. She is  looking all serious!

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Here is my delectable girlfriend, Victoria Lill, to the right of her sister Alexandra. She is ace!

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Aint she lovely.

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Dave, from Scotland but now in the Big Smoke of London.

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Patrick here is perhaps discussing his area of expertise, the horror of the trenches in the First World War.

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Princeton students mill around the Cowley car plant.

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Richard Michaelis discusses the finer points of car design history.

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Dr Gerald Lang, a philospher currently teaching at University College, Oxford, deciphers another problem in ethical theory.

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Jess is transfigured, about to ascend to heaven.

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Where I grew up. It is, as you can see, a traumatising ghetto. I'm a child of the Troubles. Pity me.

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Brigid's comrade in intellectual arms, and hubbie, Sean Crawford. He is a philosopher.