Last name and first name: Ó Ciardha, Éamonn
M.A. from the National University of Ireland and a Ph.D. from Cambridge University
- Senior Lecturer in History and Irish at Ulster University
- taught History, English and Irish at the University of Toronto, the Keough Institute for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame, Trinity College Dublin, the University of the Saarland, the University of Vienna, Framingham State University MA and Ulster University.
- early modern and modern Irish history, the Irish, principally Gaelic, political, diplomatic, religious and intellectual and military Diaspora in early Modern Europe, the Irish outlaw, Irish popular politics, culture, language, literature and book history.
- The Irish statute Staple books, 1596-1687, ed., with Jane Ohlmeyer, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 1999.
- History Ireland(2007, 2009) to mark the 400th anniversary of the Flight of the Earls and the Plantation of Ulster, ed., with David Finnegan and Marie-Claire Peters,
- The Flight of the Earls: Imeacht na nIarlaí(Derry, 2010), ed., with Micheál Ó Siochrú,
- The plantation of Ulster: Ideology and practice(Manchester, 2012), ed., with Gabriela Vojvoda,
- The politics of identity in post-confliect states(Routledge, 2015), ed., with Patrick Duffy, Monaghan: History and Society(Dublin, 2017)
- The Irish Book in Irish since 1567(forthcoming, Oxford 2019), ed., with Frankie Sewell and Alan Titley