ELLIOTT, Marianne. Irish, b. 1948. Genres: History. Career: West London Institute of Higher Education, London, England, lecturer in history, 1975-77; University of Wales, University College, Swansea, research fellow and lecturer in history, 1977-82; Iowa State University, Ames, honorary visiting professor of history, 1983; University of South Carolina at Columbia, visiting professor of history, 1984; University of Liverpool, England, research fellow in history, 1984-87, honorary research fellow, Andrew Geddes and John Rankin Professor of Modern History, 1993-, director, Institute of Irish Studies, 1997-; Victoria University of Manchester, England, Simon senior research fellow, 1988-89; Birkbeck College, University of London, lecturer in history, 1991-93. Conference of Irish Historians in Britain, co-founder, 1976-; OBE, 2000; British Academy, fellow, 2002. Publications: Partners in Revolution: The United Irishmen and France, 1982; Watchmen in Sion: The Protestant Idea of Liberty, 1985; (trans.) R.C. Cobb, The People's Armies, 1987; Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish Independence, 1989; (with others) A Citizens' Inquiry: The Opsahl Report on Northern Ireland, 1993; The Catholics of Ulster: A History, 2000; (ed.) The Long Road to Peace in Northern Ireland, 2002; Robert Emmet: The Making of a Legend, 2003. Address: Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool, PO Box 147, Liverpool L64 3BX, England.