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J. Joseph Lee

Professor of Irish Studies, History; Director, Irish Studies; Glucksman Professor of Irish Studies

Office Address: 

Glucksman Ireland House, One Washington Mews

Phone: 

212.998.3968

Areas of Research/Interest: 

19th and 20th Century Irish, English, European, and Irish American history and politics; Nationalism, imperialism, and post colonialism; Irish Diaspora

External Affiliations:

Former Member of Upper House of Irish Parliament, Former Member of British-Irish Parliamentary Body, Former Chair of the Fulbright Commission for Ireland, Former President of the Irish Association for European Studies

Fellowships/Honors:

James F. Donnelly, Sr., Prize for History, American Conference for Irish Studies, 1990; Aer Lingus/Irish Times Prize for Literature (non-fiction), 1991; Elected member of Royal Irish Academy, 1985.

Selected Works:

Books:

MakingIrishAmerBOOK.jpgMaking the Irish American, Editor, with Marion R. Casey (NYU Press, 2006)

 

 

 



 

IrelandBOOK.jpgIreland 1912-1985 Politics & Society (Cambridge, 1989)

 

 

 

 


 

PlaceholderBook.pngThe Modernisation of Irish Society, 1848-1928 (Dublin, 1973)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updated on 05/23/2012