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The Democratic Unionist Party: From Protest to Power Hardcover – 12 Jun 2014
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About the Author
Jonathan Tonge has produced fifteen books and over fifty chapters and journal articles on British and Irish politics and worked on five ESRC and two Leverhulme Trust programmes in the last decade. Recent books include Comparative Peace Processes (Polity 2014) Loyal to the Core: Orangeism and Britishness in Northern Ireland (Irish Academic Press 2011); Politics in Ireland (with Maura Adshead, Palgrave, 2009); Irish Protestant Identities (co-eds with Mervyn Busteed and Frank Neal, Manchester University Press, 2008). Professor Tonge is a former Chair and President of the Political Studies Association of the UK, he is Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool. Dr Maire Braniff is the author of Integrating the Balkans: Conflict Resolution and the Impact of EU Expansion. She is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Ulster. Thomas Hennessey's books include Britain's Korean War: Cold War Diplomacy, Strategy and Security 1950-53; Hunger Strike: Margaret Thatcher's Battle with the IRA: 1980-1981; Spooks: the Unofficial History of MI5; The Evolution of the Troubles 1970-72. He is Professor of Modern British and Irish History at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent. James W. McAuley has previously taught at Nottingham Polytechnic, Staffordshire Polytechnic and St. Mary's College, University of Surrey. His main areas of interest and research are political sociology, political violence and the state. Currently his main teaching responsibilities are introductory sociology, the Individual, Politics and the State and Popular Culture. He is Professor of Sociology and Irish Studies at Huddersfiled University. Dr Sophie Whiting is the author of Spoiling the Peace: Dissident Republicanism in Northern Ireland. She is Lecturer in Politics at the University of Liverpool.