Thomas Gerard Gallagher
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|Thomas Gerard Gallagher|
|Fields||Politics, History, Pedagogy|
|Alma mater||University of Manchester|
|Doctoral students||Sadegh Zibakalam|
|Known for||Political works|
|Influenced||political thought in Europe|
Thomas Gerard Gallagher (born 1954) taught politics at the University of Bradford until 2011 and is now Emeritus Professor of Politics at the university. He has published 11 single-authored books on subjects ranging from Britain's territorial politics, the crisis of the EU, religion and nationalism in contemporary Europe, and conflict and peace-building in the Balkans. He publishes regularly in the British media and from 2004 to 2013 had a weekly column in the Romanian daily newspaper Romania libera (Romania being a country which he has written about widely).
His latest book is an account of the multi-facetted crisis in the European Union which began with the financial collapse of Greece in 2009. It is entitled Europe's Path to Crisis: Disintegration Through Monetary Union. It was published simultaneously in hardback and paperback (ISBN 978-0719096044) by Manchester University Press in October 2014.
In 2011 his book, Scotland Divided: Ethnic Friction and Christian crisis was published by Argyll Publications. His next book Scotland Jekyll and Hyde: A Nation Divides, is due to appear in 2016.
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