William Crawley in conversation with Paul Bew
event 06 November 201213:15
Venue: The Great Hall, Queen’s University Belfast
Date: Tuesday, 6 November 2012, 1.15pm
Paul Bew has been Professor of Irish Politics at Queen’s University Belfast since 1991. A historical advisor to the Bloody Sunday inquiry, he was appointed an independent cross-bench peer in 2007 and is a member of the British–Irish Parliamentary Assembly. Bew is the author of numerous books on Irish politics and history; most recently he has edited A Yankee in de Valera’s Ireland, the 1940 memoir of David Gray, the then US ambassador to Ireland. On the occasion of the book’s launch, join William Crawley as he interviews Paul Bew about his life and work.
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