Belfast Through The Ages Bundle

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This bundle includes:

  • An unlikely success story: The Belfast shipbuilding industry, 1880-1935
  • Early Belfast: The origins and growth of an Ulster town to 1750
  • Portrait of an Industrial City: Clanging Belfast 1750-1914
  • The Belfast Blitz: The City in the War Years

This set of publications if purchased individually would cost £44.99 but you can get the “Belfast through the Ages” bundle for just £34.99 (Plus P&P)

Brian Barton

Brian Barton was born in Dunkineely, County Donegal, in 1944, was educated at Methodist College, Belfast, graduated from Queen's University Belfast in 1967, was awarded an MA by the University of Ulster in 1979, and completed a PhD at Queen's in 1986. He lectured at the College of Business Studies, Belfast 1971- 1994, tutored in modern history with the Open University, 1995- 2013, and was a research fellow at Queen's and at Churchill College, Cambridge. He has authored or edited twelve books on Irish history and politics. His most recent publications include: The Secret Court Martial Records of the Easter Rising (The History Press, 2010), and he co-authored with Michael Foy, The Easter Rising (the History Press, 2011). He co-edited with Patrick Roche, and contributed to, The Northern Ireland Question: The Peace Process and the Belfast Agreement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009). He also contributed chapters on Northern Ireland to A New History of Ireland, Vol. VII, Ireland 1921- 1984, produced by the Royal Irish Academy (Oxford University Press, 2003).

J.P. Lynch

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Raymond Gillespie

Raymond Gillespie teaches local history at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth and Myrtle Hill formerly taught local history at the Institute of Continuing Education, The Queen'€™s University of Belfast and is now Director of the Centre for Women'€™s Studies there.

Stephen A. Royle

Stephen A. Royle studied geography at St John's College, Cambridge and then took a PhD at the Univeristy of Leicester. he moved to belfast in 1976 to a lectureship in geography at Queen's University, where he is now professor of island geography. His book sinclude North America: a geographical mosaic (edited with Frederick W. Boal, 1999); A geography of islands, small island insularity (2001); Enduring City: Belfast in the twntieth century (edited with Frederick W. Boal, 2006); The company's island: St Helena, company colonies and the colonial endeavour (2007); Doing development differently: regional development on the Atlantic periphery (edited with Susan Hodgett and David Johnson, 2007) and Company, crown and colony: the Hudson's Bay Company and terrtitorial endeavour in western Canada (2011). Stephen Royle is treasurer of the International Small Island Studies Association, deputy editor of Island Studies Journal, chair of the Northern Ireland region of the Royal Geographical Society and former president of the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, the Geopgraphical Society of Ireland and the Belfsat branch of the Geographical Society of Ireland and the Belfast branch of the Georgraphical Association. he is a member of the Royal irish Academy.

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