DR NEIL FLEMING
Neil Fleming is a post-doctoral Research Fellow, University College Dublin, and Honorary Research Fellow, Cardiff University. He has published in Irish History and British History, and held lectureships at universities in Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and the USA. Dr Fleming is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a member of the British Association for Irish Studies, and a member of the British Fulbright Scholars Association. His research at the John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies includes the project ‘Education, sectarianism and integration in the north of Ireland’, within the Institute’s thematic area of ‘State and Society: Historical Development and Contemporary Challenges’. Projected outcomes include the chapter ‘Education’, in Liam Kennedy and Phillip Ollerenshaw (eds), Ulster since 1600: Politics, Economics and Society (Oxford University Press, 2011), and Charles Stewart Parnell and His Times: A Bibliography (Praeger, 2011).
- ‘Gladstone and the Ulster question’, in D. George Boyce and Alan O’Day (eds), Gladstone and Ireland: Politics, Religion and Nationality in the Victorian Age (Palgrave, 2010): ch. 6.
- [with Alan O’Day] ‘Accommodation, conciliation and cooperation: a Gladstonian legacy’, in D. George Boyce and Alan O’Day (eds), Gladstone and Ireland: Politics, Religion and Nationality in the Victorian Age (Palgrave, 2010): ch. 10.
- ‘The press and historical time: The Times and Indian self-government, c. 1911–1947’, Media History, 16.2 (2010): 183–198.
- “Incorrigibly Plural’: new histories of Ulster and Northern Ireland’, Twentieth Century British History, 21.1 (2010): 110–117.
- ‘Echoes of Britannia: television history, empire and the critical public sphere’, Contemporary British History, 25.1 (2010): 1–22.
- ‘Leadership, the middle-classes and Ulster unionism since the late nineteenth century’, in Fintan Lane (ed.), Politics, Society and the Middle Class in Modern Ireland (Palgrave, 2010): 212–229.
- Ireland and Anglo-Irish Relations since 1800: Critical Essays (3 vols), 1: The Union to the Land War; 2: Parnell and his Legacy to the Treaty; 3: From the Treaty to the Present (Ashgate, 2008) (editor, with Alan O’Day).
- The Marquess of Londonderry: Aristocracy, Power and Politics in Britain and Ireland (I.B.Tauris, 2005).
John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies
University College Dublin
- Dr Thomas Kador
- Dr Ciaran O'Scea
- Dr Catherine Morris
- Dr Siobhan Byrne
- Dr Neil Fleming
- Dr Jim MacPherson
- Dr Laura McAtackney
- Dr Stefanie Lehner
- Dr Susan Cahill
- Dr John O'Neill