[Events] Invatation to politics & public admin seminar Wednesday 18th @ 2.15pm, MC2005
Ciara.McCorley at staffmail.ul.ie
Mon Nov 16 11:01:18 GMT 2009
The Department of Politics and Public Administration invites you to
its weekly Seminar
Wednesday 18 November, 2.15, MC2005
Jonathon Tonge (Liverpool)
'Electoral Growth; Partial Fracture: The Rise of Sinn Fein and the
Consequences for Republicanism in Northern Ireland'
Jonathan Tonge is Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool
and Head of the School of Politics and Communication Studies. He was
Chair of the Youth Citizenship Commission 2008-09 and President of the
Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom. Professor Tonge has
written extensively on various aspects of British and Irish politics,
publishing 14 books and dozens of journal articles and book chapters. He
has co-edited studies of the last three general elections with
Manchester University Press and Palgrave and is co-editing a study of
the 2010 contest for Parliamentary Affairs and Oxford University Press.
A regular television and radio broadcaster sits on the editorial boards
of Parliamentary Affairs, Politics Review and Irish Political Studies.
Recent publications include Abandoning the Past? Republican and Loyalist
Former Prisoners and Conflict Transformation in Northern Ireland, with
Peter Shirlow, James McAuley and Catherine McGlynn, Manchester:
Manchester University Press, 2010, Politics in Ireland: Convergence and
Divergence on a dual polity island, with Maura Adshead, Basingstoke:
Palgrave, 2009, Irish Protestant Identities, Manchester University
Press, 2008, co-edited with Mervyn Busteed and Frank Neal, Northern
Ireland, Cambridge: Polity, 2006, Sinn Fein and the SDLP: From
Alienation to Participation, with Gerard Murray, London: Hurst, 2005.
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