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Enda Delaney is a Professor at the University of Edinburgh where he holds a Chair in Modern History. He is the Director of Research at the Edinburgh Futures Institute and the Director of Faculty (2023-24) in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology.

Born (1971) and raised in Dublin, Ireland, he was educated at Maynooth University and Queen’s University Belfast.

Having previously held posts at a number of British and Irish universities, he joined the University of Edinburgh in 2006, and was promoted to a Personal Chair in 2015.

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PhD in Economic and Social History                 Queen's University Belfast 1997

MA (by major thesis) in Modern History             Maynooth University (NUI) 1993

BA (hons) in Modern History and Sociology      Maynooth University (NUI) 1991


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