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Dictionary of Irish Biography Personnel

The Dictionary of Irish Biography is devised, researched, written and edited under the auspices of the Royal Irish Academy and published in print and online by Cambridge University Press. Twice yearly updates of new articles are added to the DIB online in June and December every year. The Managing Editor and Advisory Board are appointed by the Council of the Royal Irish Academy.

Managing Editor: James Quinn

Advisory Board: Patrick Geoghegan (TCD) (Chairman), Sean Dorgan MRIA, Geraldine Kennedy MRIA, Peter MacDonagh, James McGuire MRIA, Deirdre McMahon (UL), William Murphy (DCU), Margaret O’Callaghan (QUB), Mervyn O'Driscoll (UCC), Susannah Riordan (UCD), Bruce Robinson, Harry White MRIA (UCD)
 

Project Team: Managing Editor, James Quinn; Editorial Secretary, Linde Lunney; Online and Editorial Administrator, Turlough O’Riordan; Research Assistant and Copy Editor, Lawrence White; Editorial Assistant, Patrick Maume; Editorial Assistant, Terry Clavin.

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