Theodore William Moody

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Theodore William Moody (26 November 1907 - 11 February 1984) was an Irish revisionist historian. He was educated at Royal Belfast Academical Institution and Queen's University Belfast. In 1930 he went to the Institute of Historical Research in London, and graduated with a PhD in 1934.[1] He was Professor of Modern History at Trinity College, Dublin, from 1940 to 1977, when he became professor emeritus.[2] With Robert Dudley Edwards, he founded Irish Historical Studies and The Irish Committee of Historical Sciences and began publication of A New History of Ireland.[3]

In the 1930s he

References[edit]

  • Mulvey H. F., Theodore William Moody (1907-1984): an Appreciation, Irish Historical Studies, XXIV, 1984-5.
  • F. S. L. Lyons, R. A. J. Hawkins editors, Ireland under the Union: Varieties of Tension: Essays in Honour of T. W. Moody

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Helen Mulvey, 'Theodore William Moody (1907-1984): an Appreciation', Irish Historical Studies, XXIV, November 1984, pages 121 - 130.
  2. ^ Dictionary of Ulster Biography
  3. ^ Helen Mulvey, 'Theodore William Moody (1907-1984): an Appreciation', Irish Historical Studies, XXIV, November 1984, pages 121 - 130.
  4. ^ Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Fifty Key Thinkers on History (2000), p. 232.