A.T.Q. Stewart is one of Ireland's foremost historians and the author of numerous books on Irish affairs. In 1969 he published The Ulster crisis: resistance to Home Rule, 1912-1914 to great critical acclaim, a book that has remained a definitive text on the period in question. Now retired from college life, this book seeks to honour his contribution to Irish and British historical studies for the last 45 years. Arthur Aughey (UU) A.T.Q.
Stewart on history Tom Bartlett (UCD) The mental world of the Irish Loyalists in the 1790s Paul Bew (QUB) Ideas, convictions and deceptions: the Ulster crisis revisited Allan Blackstock (UU) The rector and the rebel George Boyce (U Swansea) England's case against Home Rule: a British unionist speaks Owen Dudley Edwards (Edinburgh U) Edward Carson as lawyer Marianne Elliott (Liverpool U) The Kent treason trials of 1798: a window on the United Irishmen Richard English (QUB) Unionist intellectuals and the politics of Northern Ireland Alvin Jackson (QUB) Militant opposition to Home Rule: the after-life Peter Jupp (QUB) Dr Duigenan reconsidered Marc Mulholland (St Catherine's, Oxford) Discrimination and civil rights in the Stormont era, 1920-72 Mary O'Dowd (QUB) Women, uniforms and volunteers Nini Rodgers (QUB) The patriots, the nationalists, the unionists and Belfast's projected slave trade company Diane Urquhart (Liverpool U) The politics of Theresa, 6th marchioness of Londonderry