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Dr Eve Morrison studied history at Trinity College, Dublin, receiving her BA in 2003. She continued her studies in modern Irish History as an Irish Research Council of the Humanities and Social Sciences (now IRC) postgraduate scholar at TCD, researching the Bureau of Military History, and was awarded her PhD in 2011. She is currently an IRC postdoctoral fellow at University College, Dublin, working on a critical guide to the Ernie O'Malley notebook interviews with veterans of the Irish independence struggle and civil war. She is also writing a book based on her doctoral work for Liverpool University Press.
|Eve Morrison (2009) 'The Bureau of Military History and Female Republican Activism: 1913-1923' In: Maryann Gialanella Valiulis (eds). Gender and Power in Irish History. Kildare: Irish Academic Press. [Details]|
|Eve Morrison (2012) 'Kilmichael revisited: Tom Barry and the 'False Surrender'' In: David Fitzpatrick (eds). Terror in Ireland. Dublin: Lilliput. [Details]|
|201500 HIS31830 History: The IRA & Irish Soc,1923-2005|