Dr Laurence Marley

B.A, M.A, H Dip, PhD.

Contact Details

Lecturer
History
Room 314
Tower 1
Arts/Science Building
NUI Galway

T: Ext. 3791
E: laurence.marley@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher

Biography

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2014) 'With M.Clancy and J. Cunningham (2014), co-editor of Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 39, 2014'
Laurence Marley (2014) 'With M.Clancy and J. Cunningham (2014), co-editor of Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society, 39, 2014'. Saothar, [Details]
(2011) ''Labour History: International Perspectives (essay in review)'
Laurence Marley (2011) ''Labour History: International Perspectives (essay in review)'. Saothar, [Details]

Books

  Year Publication
(2007) Michael Davitt: Freelance Radical and Frondeur.
Laurence Marley (2007) Michael Davitt: Freelance Radical and Frondeur. Dublin: Four Courts Press. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2016) 'Michael McKeown: A Pioneer of New Unionism in Ireland'
Laurence Marley (2016) 'Michael McKeown: A Pioneer of New Unionism in Ireland' In: John Cunningham and Emmet O'Connor (eds), Studies in Radical Irish Leadership: Lives on the Left. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2015) ''Introduction''
Laurence Marley (2015) ''Introduction'' In: Laurence Marley (ed.), The British Labour Party & Twentieth-Century Ireland: The Cause of Ireland, The Cause of Labour. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 1-16. [Details]
(2015) ''The Georgeite Social Gospel and Radical Intersections in Late Nineteenth-Century Belfast''
Laurence Marley (2015) ''The Georgeite Social Gospel and Radical Intersections in Late Nineteenth-Century Belfast'' In: John Cunningham and Niall O'Ciosain (eds), Culture and Society in Ireland since 1750. Dublin: Lilliput Press. [Details]
(2009) ''Anomalous Agitator? Defining and Remembering Davitt''
Laurence Marley (2009) ''Anomalous Agitator? Defining and Remembering Davitt'' In: Fintan Lane and Andrew Newby (eds), Michael Davitt: New Perspectives. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]

Edited Books

  Year Publication
(2015)
Laurence Marley (Ed.). (2015) The British Labour Party & Twentieth-Century Ireland: The Cause of Ireland, The Cause of Labour. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]

Book Review

  Year Publication
(2012) Review of Anne Kane, Constructing Irish National Identity (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), Irish Historical Studies, 2012.
Laurence Marley (2012) Review of Anne Kane, Constructing Irish National Identity (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), Irish Historical Studies, 2012. Book Review [Details]
(2013) Review of Maura Cronin, Agrarian Protest in Ireland, 1750-1960 (Dundalk: Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, 2013), Saothar, 2013.
Laurence Marley (2013) Review of Maura Cronin, Agrarian Protest in Ireland, 1750-1960 (Dundalk: Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, 2013), Saothar, 2013. Book Review [Details]
(2012) Review of Billy Frank, Craig Horner and David Stewart (eds), The British Labour Movement and Imperialism (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2010), Saothar, 2012.
Laurence Marley (2012) Review of Billy Frank, Craig Horner and David Stewart (eds), The British Labour Movement and Imperialism (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2010), Saothar, 2012. Book Review [Details]
(2012) Review of Miriam Moffitt, Clanricarde's Planters and Land Agitation in East Galway, 1886-1916 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011), Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, 2012.
Laurence Marley (2012) Review of Miriam Moffitt, Clanricarde's Planters and Land Agitation in East Galway, 1886-1916 (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011), Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, 2012. Book Review [Details]
(2012) Review of L. Perry Curtis, Jr., The Depiction of Eviction in Ireland, 1845-1910 (Dublin, UCD Press, 2011), Irish Historical Studies, May, 2012.
Laurence Marley (2012) Review of L. Perry Curtis, Jr., The Depiction of Eviction in Ireland, 1845-1910 (Dublin, UCD Press, 2011), Irish Historical Studies, May, 2012. Book Review [Details]
(2010) Review of Carla King, Michael Davitt (Dublin: UCD Press, 2009), Irish Historical Studies, December, 2010.
Laurence Marley (2010) Review of Carla King, Michael Davitt (Dublin: UCD Press, 2009), Irish Historical Studies, December, 2010. Book Review [Details]
(2007) Review of Bernard O'Hara, Michael Davitt (Mayo, 2006), Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, vol. 59, 2007.
Laurence Marley (2007) Review of Bernard O'Hara, Michael Davitt (Mayo, 2006), Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, vol. 59, 2007. Book Review [Details]

Media

  Year Publication
(2011) The Story of Ireland (five-part series on the history of Ireland, BBC/RTE television; appearance in episode 4), broadcast February, 2011.
Laurence Marley (2011) The Story of Ireland (five-part series on the history of Ireland, BBC/RTE television; appearance in episode 4), broadcast February, 2011. Media [Details]
(2007) Talking History, Newstalk Radio, broadcast June, 2007.
Laurence Marley (2007) Talking History, Newstalk Radio, broadcast June, 2007. Media [Details]
(2006) Discussing Davitt (four-part series to mark the centenary of the death of Michael Davitt), RTE Radio 1, broadcast May, 2006.
Laurence Marley (2006) Discussing Davitt (four-part series to mark the centenary of the death of Michael Davitt), RTE Radio 1, broadcast May, 2006. Media [Details]

Modules Taught

  Term/Year Module Title Module Code Subject / Desc
2015-16 Ireland Under the Union, 1800-1922 HI2111 History
2011-12 The Making of Britain, 1780-1900 HI521 History
2015-16 Party & Power in 19th and 20th Century British History HI362 History
2015-16 Studies in the History of Colonialism and Imperialism HI546 MA in History/MA in Culture and Colonialism
2015-16 The Irish and Colonial Australasia, 1788-1901 HI3102 History

External Collaborators

  Name Organisation / Institute Country
International Conference on Chartism, 2014: Ireland and British Democracy, Moore Institute, NUI Galway organised with Dr. Tim Keane (NUI Galway) and Dr. Joan Allen (Newcastle University, UK) IRELAND