Thomas Gerard Gallagher
|Thomas Gerard Gallagher|
|Fields||Politics, History, Pedagogy|
|Institutions||University of Bradford|
|Alma mater||University of Bradford|
|Known for||Political works|
|Influenced||political thought in Europe|
Thomas Gerard Gallagher (born 1954) is a British professor.
Education and career
Tom Gallagher is holder of the chair of ethnic peace and conflict at the University of Bradford's Department of Peace Studies, which claims to be the largest department devoted to this subject.
His published work has focused on inter-group disputes and the role of the state in managing or indeed exacerbating them.
Is a collaborator of Journal of Communist Studies & Transition Politics, European History Quarterly, Security Dialogue, History Today, The National Interest, Democratization, Balkanologie, Ethnic and Racial Studies, and a columnist for the Romanian-language newspaper România Liberă.
- Portugal: A Twentieth-Century Interpretation, Manchester University Press (1983)
- Glasgow the Uneasy Peace, Manchester University Press (1987)
- Romania After Ceaușescu: The Politics of Intolerance, Manchester University Press (1995)
- Experimenting With Democracy, Routledge (1999) together with Geoffrey Pridham
- Outcast Europe vol. I: The Balkans, 1789-1989: From the Ottomans to Milošević, Routledge (2001)
- Outcast Europe vol. II: The Balkans After the Cold War, Routledge (2003)
- Outcast Europe vol. III: The Balkans in the New Millennium: In the Shadow of War and Peace, Routledge (2005)
- Theft of a Nation: Romania Since Communism, C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd (2005)
- Modern Romania: The End of Communism, the Failure of Democratic Reform, and the Theft of a Nation, NYU Press (2008)
- Romania and the European Union: How the Weak Vanquished the Strong, Manchester University Press (2009)
- The Illusion of Freedom: Scotland Under Nationalism, (2011)
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