Dr Fergus Campbell
Reader in Social & Cultural History
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Dr Fergus Campbell is Reader in Social and Cultural History. He was educated at St Margaret Mary's school, Carlisle, the Newman school, Carlisle and at the universities of Oxford and Bristol, and has lectured in both British and Irish history at the Queen's University, Belfast, and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. His research focuses on Irish social, cultural and political history between the Great Famine (1845-9) and the Celtic Tiger (1994-2004), and he has written three books and a number of articles on various aspects of modern Irish history.
My office hours are on Fridays 10-12.
- Campbell F. Land and Revolution : Nationalist Politics in the West of Ireland 1891-1921. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2005.
- Campbell F. The Social Dynamics of Nationalist Politics in the West of Ireland 1898-1918. Past & Present 2004, 182(1), 175-209.
- Campbell FJM. Irish popular politics and the making of the Wyndham Land Act, 1901-1903. Historical Journal 2002, 45(4), 755-773.
- Campbell F. Who ruled Ireland? The Irish administration, 1879-1914. Historical Journal 2007, 50(3), 623-644.
- Campbell F. 'The last land war'? Kevin O'Shiel's memoir of the Irish Revolution (1916-1921). Archivium Hibernicum 2003, LVII, 155-200.
- Campbell F. The Irish Establishment, 1879-1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
- Campbell F, Varley T, ed. Land, Politics and the State: New and Comparative Perspectives on the Irish Land Question. 2013. In Press.
- Campbell F. “Killing time” in rural Ireland, c.1881–2013. Irish Studies Review 2013, 21(3), 274-292.
- Campbell F. Memory and forgetting in rural Ireland: killing times in county Galway, 1909-2009. History Workshop Journal 2012. In Preparation.