David Shaw

David Shaw
William Temple Foundation

PhD

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Introduction
My multidisciplinary research interests focus on the Irish in post-war Britain, their identity and politics. This includes the examination of their involvement in British politics and how the changing character of the UK and British politics impacts the political character of the Irish in Britain.
Additional affiliations
April 2016 - present
University of Liverpool
Position
  • Part-Time University Teacher
Description
  • The Idea of Ireland, Controversy & Conflict, Hidden Histories, Peace Activism in Northern Ireland, Religion Conflict & Reconciliation in 20th Century Ireland, Social Justice in a Post-Secular Age.
March 2016 - March 2016
Staffordshire University
Position
  • Part Time University Teacher
Description
  • Ireland since the Act of Union
April 2014 - July 2015
University of Liverpool
Position
  • Part-Time University Teacher
Description
  • The making of Modern Ireland & Troubled Times the Politics of Conflict in Northern Ireland.
Education
April 2009 - April 2018
University of Liverpool
Field of study
  • Irish Studies
September 2007 - December 2009
University of Liverpool
Field of study
  • Irish Studies
April 2002 - April 2007
The Open University (UK)
Field of study
  • Humanities with History

Publications

Publications (6)
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Brexit has, once again, thrown into sharp relief the uncertain relationship between Ulster unionism and their fellow citizens. Since 1948 a constant concern for unionism has been worries that British ambiguity towards Northern Ireland will eventually see the province jettisoned and abandoned, to be subsumed into the Republic of Ireland. For most of...
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Review of forthcoming new issue of Mauyen Keane's war-time memoirs.
Research
Irish Times Article https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/the-irish-in-britain-the-british-labour-movement-and-the-hunger-strikes-1.2636088
Research
Article for The Conversation https://theconversation.com/heres-why-st-patricks-day-and-the-craic-are-two-of-irelands-greatest-myths-55783
Research
Belfast Telegraph, 4th March 2016, ‘How Labours NI activists could cause a row in family over partition’, in collaboration with Dr Aaron Edwards. A two page centre feature examining the causes and potential consequences of demands for the Labour Party to officially organise and put forward candidates in Northern Ireland. The Belfast Telegraph has a...