Dr Conor Mulvagh is a Lecturer in Irish History at UCD working on commemoration and the Irish revolutionary decade (1912-23). He is currently researching a history of UCD during the Irish Revolution. His PhD (UCD, 2012) investigated the work and collective behaviour of Irish Nationalist MPs at Westminster between 1900 and 1918 and was funded by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences. This is currently being prepared for publication as a monograph.
He has previously lectured on the Irish revolution, the Northern Irish Troubles, and Irish Studies at UCD as well as having worked on the Royal Irish Academy’s Documents on Irish Foreign Policy project (2013). He holds an MPhil in modern Irish history from Trinity College Dublin (2007) and undertook a bursary with the Oireachtas Library and Research Service in 2012 examining pamphlet collection of the Chief Secretary of Ireland now held in Leinster House.