Livesey, James 1963-

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LIVESEY, James 1963-

PERSONAL:

Born December 23, 1963, in Cork, Ireland; son of Thomas (a shipwright) and Catherine (Cuffe) Livesey; married Joanna Stephens (a singer), July 17, 1998; children: Beatrix, Francesca. Education: National University of Ireland—University College Cork, B.A., M.A., 1987; Harvard University, Ph.D., 1994. Religion: "Very lapsed Catholic." Hobbies and other interests: Rugby, sailing, hiking.

ADDRESSES:

Office—Department of Modern History, Trinity College, Arts Building, Dublin 2, Ireland. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Cork Theater Company, Cork, Ireland, stage manager, 1982-88; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, lecturer in modern history, 1992—. Harvard University, visiting lecturer, 1998-99.

MEMBER:

Irish Historical Association, American Historical Association, Society for French Historical Study.

AWARDS, HONORS:

Fellow, Government of Ireland, 2002-03.

WRITINGS:

(Editor of reprint) Arthur O. Connor, The State of Ireland, Lilliput (Dublin, Ireland), 1998.

Making Democracy in the French Revolution, Harvard University Press (Cambridge, MA), 2001.

Contributor to journals, including French Historical Studies and Past and Present.

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