Jack Crangle is an Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at Maynooth University, working on a project called Black Ireland: race, culture and nationhood in the Irish Republic, 1948-95. Prior to this, he worked at the University of Manchester. Jack completed his PhD in Modern History at Queen’s University Belfast. His first monograph is entitled Migrants, Immigration and Diversity in Twentieth-century Northern Ireland: British, Irish or 'Other’? (Palgrave Studies in Migration History, 2022). While in Belfast, Jack taught extensively and delivered lectures on the social history of Britain and Ireland. With an interest in migration, oral history and public history, Jack has published his research in the academic journals Immigrants & Minorities, Oral History and Irish Studies Review. He has also written for The Conversation and contributed to various blogs and podcasts.
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