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Naomi Petropoulos is a PhD candidate in the School of History, Anthropology, Politics and Philosophy. Naomi graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with an MA in Public History. She also graduated from Ulster University with a BA Honours in History with English and a Postgraduate Diploma in Research in the Arts. Naomi holds a Certificate in Teaching and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Further Education). She is a Member of the Royal Historical Society and Oral History Network of Ireland. Naomi’s research interests include the Troubles, the Civil Rights movement in Northern Ireland, Anglo-Irish Relations in the later 20th Century and Oral History. Her current research focus is an exploration of the disaffection of the city of Derry between 1945 and 1968.