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Enda Delaney

Born in Dublin in 1971, Enda Delaney was educated at St Declan’s CBS, Coolmine Community School and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, before moving to Belfast in the early 1990s to study for a PhD and then subsequently teach at Queen’s University.


After a happy decade in Belfast, he left Ireland for Scotland in 2004, initially based at the University of Aberdeen, and from 2006 Edinburgh University, where he is currently Reader in Modern History.

In 2010 he was the recipient of a prestigious UK Economic and Social Research Council Mid-Career Fellowship, valued at over £250,000, awarded on the basis of a proven track record of excellence in research and ‘exceptional all round scholarly ability’. He has written extensively on the history of modern Ireland and its diaspora, including three scholarly books and two jointly edited volumes.

The Curse of Reason
By Enda Delaney
€19.99
The Great Irish Famine
By Enda Delaney
€14.99
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