Fearghus Roulston

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I'm an oral historian, primarily of contemporary Ireland and Britain. I've written about the punk scene in Northern Ireland during the Toubles, the politics of memory in the north, migration from the north of Ireland to Britain, and the history of social housing in Belfast. Broadly, I'm interested in the relationship of the past to the present; in subjectivity, memory and affect; in temporality and temporal relations; and in the politics of space and place. 


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