Eamonn McNamara is an MPhil student at the Australian National University whose research focuses on constructing a ‘Cultural History of the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland, 1998-2007’. After graduating as a Dean’s Scholar from the University of Wollongong, Eamonn completed honours at the Australian National University in 2014. He has previously tutored in History and International Relations. In 2016, Eamonn presented an academic paper to the Irish History Students’ Association Conference while completing research in Ireland. He will present a paper to the Australasian Irish Studies Conference in late 2016 before graduating in 2017.
Irish History, British Imperial History
Dean’s Merit List, University of Wollongong (2012 and 2013)
Summer Scholar, Australian National University (2013-14)
ACT-British Society’s History Honours Scholarship (2014)
Terror to Terrorism, HIST1209 (Semester 2, 2015)
Introduction to International Relations: Foundations and Concepts, ANUC1105 (Semester 1, 2016)