Ronan Fanning

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Professor Ronan Fanning, MRIA, is an Irish historian. He is Professor emeritus of Modern History at University College Dublin and Director of Archives at the School of History and Archives (University College Dublin). A member of the Royal Irish Academy, he is a member of the board of the Directory of Irish Biography.and the Documents on Irish Foreign Policy there.[1] He is also a regular political, historical and current affairs columnist at the Sunday Independent.[2]

Publications[edit]

  • Documents on Irish Foreign Policy by Catriona Crowe, Ronan Fanning, Michael Kennedy, Dermot Keogh, Eunan O'Halpin Royal Irish Academy, ISBN 1-904890-03-2 (1-904890-03-2)
  • Independent Ireland, Educational Company of Ireland, The, ISBN 0-86167-301-8 (0-86167-301-8)
  • The Irish Department of Finance, (1922-58) by Ronan Fanning, Institute of Public Administration (Ireland) Staff Hardcover, Institute of Public Administration, ISBN 0-902173-82-0 (0-902173-82-0)
  • Religion and Rebellion by Judith Devlin, Ronan Fanning, University College Dublin Press, ISBN 1-900621-03-7 (1-900621-03-7)
  • The Lives of Eliza Lynch by Michael Lillis and Ronan Fanning, Gill and Macmillan (September 2009).

Ronan Fanning, list of publications.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://dib.cambridge.org/tab.do?tab=aboutDIB About the Directory of irish Biography
  2. ^ http://www.difp.ie/editors/ Editors of the Dictionary on Irish Policy