Bew, Paul Anthony
BEW, Paul Anthony
BEW, Paul Anthony. Irish, b. 1950. Genres: Area studies, History. Career: Historian. Ulster College, Northern Ireland Polytechnic, Belfast, lecturer, 1975-79; Queen's University, Belfast, lecturer, 1979-86, reader, political science department, 1986; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, visiting lecturer, 1982-83; radio and television commentator on Irish affairs. Publications: Land and the National Question in Ireland, 1858-82, 1979; (with P. Gibbon and H. Patterson) The State in Northern Ireland, 1921-72: Political Forces and Social Classes, 1979; C.S. Parnell (biography), 1980; (with H. Patterson) Sean Lemass and the Making of Modern Ireland, 1945-66, 1982; (with H. Patterson) The British State and the Ulster Crisis: From Wilson to Thatcher, 1985; Conflict and Conciliation in Ireland, 1890-1910: Parnellites and Radical Agrarians, 1987; (with E. Hazelkorn and H. Patterson) The Dynamics of Irish Politics, 1989; (with G. Gillespie) Northern Ireland: A Chronology of the Troubles, 1968-1993, 1993; (ed. with K. Darwin and G. Gillespie) Passion and Prejudice: Nationalist/Unionist Conflict in Ulster in the 1930s and the Origins of the Irish Association, Institute of Irish Studies, 1993; Ideology and the Irish Question: Ulster Unionism and Irish Nationalism, 1912-1916, 1994; (with P. Gibbon and H. Patterson) Northern Ireland, 1921-1994: Political Forces and Social Classes, 1995; (with H. Patterson and P. Teague) Between War and Peace: The Political Future of Northern Ireland, 1997. Address: Queens University, Department of Political Science, Belfast BT7, Ireland.