Prof Feargal Cochrane

Professor & Researcher

United Kingdom

Professor Feargal Cochrane was born and educated in Belfast and has been publishing and teaching on Northern Ireland and wider themes of violent political conflict and peacebuilding for 30 years.
  • He is the author of ten books and numerous other publications including articles in international peer review journals and chapters in edited book collections.
  • His Northern Ireland: The Reluctant Peace published by Yale University Press in 2013 was shortlisted for the Ewart-Biggs Memorial Book Prize in 2015 and a second edition Northern Ireland The Fragile Peace will be published by Yale in 2021.
  • Feargal was Professor of International Conflict Analysis at the University of Kent and Director of the Conflict Analysis Research Centre (CARC) within the School of Politics and International Relations from 2012-19.
  • He has also held academic appointments at Lancaster University, Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast.
  • He is now a Senior Research Fellow of CARC and Professor Emeritus at the University of Kent.
Posted 21 Oct 2020
In 2021, Northern Ireland will commemorate its centenary, but Brexit, more than any other event in that 100-year history, has jeopardised its very existence. Events since 2016 have complicated political relationships within Northern Ireland and further destabilised the devolved institutions established in the wake of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement.
Starts 15 Jul 2021
Led by Professor Feargal Cochrane
Registration is Free
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This IM Campus Webinar takes a look at the Northern Ireland Conflict from the view of an insider, Professor Feargal Cochrane. What are its origins, important events and aspects? Where are we today?

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