Teaching

Current Undergraduate Teaching:

Sociology of War and Violence

Historical Sociology

Previous Undergraduate Teaching:

Political Sociology

Theories of Ethnicity and Nationalism

Sociology of Warfare

Sociology and Politics of Post-Communism

Research Methods in Sociology: Quantitative and Qualitative Techniques

Theory, Method and Argument

Introduction to Politics and Irish Politics

Perspectives on Development

European Societies

Sociology and Politics of the European Project

Classical Social Thought

Current Postgraduate/PhD level teaching:

Ethnicity and Nationalism

Organised Violence and Society

Previous Postgraduate/PhD level teaching:

Sociology of Transitions

Ethnicity [Family Studies]

Ethnicity and Minority Rights [Social Work and Human Rights]

Social and Political Theory

POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION

Completed Masters: 11 students

Completed M.Phil’s:

Lisa Walsh on the collective sacrifice in Irish nationalism and Islamism (2008)

Michael Doyle – on nationalism and European integration (2010)

Completed PhDs:

Kevin Ryan on the narratives of social exclusion in Ireland (2005)

Brendan Sweeney on national myths in Sweden and Europe (2005)

Stacey Furlong on ideologies of neo-liberalism and Islamism (2008) (Lady Gregory fellowship Recipient)

Stefanie Dinkelbach – on national trauma in Germany (co-supervised with Film Studies) (2013)

Carol Staunton – on discourses of genocide and rape in Anglo-Boer and Bosnian Wars  (2013) (IRCHSS fellow)

Ronan McDermott – on humanitarian interventions and risks (2014) (co-supervised with Agricultural Science);

Judith O’Connell – on nationalism and educational system in Ireland (2015), (IRCHSS fellow);

Ozgecan Kesici-Ayoubi – on Kazak intelligentsia and national identity (2016) (IRC fellow)

Current PhD students:

Jose Antonio Gutierrez Danton  – on insurgent institutions in rural Columbia (2014-). (IRC fellow)

Ann Averill – on nationalism and youth in Ireland (2014-) .

Anna O’Driscoll – on ritualism and violence in ETA, IRA and FNL (2015-).

 

Completed Post-Doctoral Fellows:

Dejan Stjepanovic on Multiethnic Regionalisms in Southeastern Europe (2014-15) (IRC fellow)


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