Andrew Holmes
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    Interests

    Andrew Holmes is a graduate of Queen's University Belfast (1998), the University of St Andrews (2000), and Queen's, again, in 2002. Since being awarded his doctorate, he has been a Research Associate at the Academy for Irish Cultural Heritages at the University of Ulster, where he also taught Irish history, and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Irish Studies at Queen's. He took up his present appointment in October 2006.

    He was elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 2007 and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2008. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board of Irish Historical Studies and a committee member of the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies. In 2016, he was an Eaton Fellow at the University of New Brunswick and has previously been a Visiting Scholar at Boston College (2011) and at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh (2009, 2013).

    Research Statement

    The history of religion in Ireland from c. 1660 to the present day with particular reference to Presbyterianism and evangelicalism.

    He is author of The Irish Presbyterian Mind: Conservative Theology, Evangelical Experience, and Modern Criticism, 1830-1930 (OUP 2018) and The Shaping of Ulster Presbyterian Belief and Practice 1770-1840 (OUP 2006). He is co-editor of four edited volumes and has published a series of articles in major history journals, including, English Historical Review, Historical Journal, Journal of British Studies, History of European Ideas, Church History, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, Irish Historical Studies, and Irish Economic and Social History. In addition, he has been commissioned to write substantial chapters for a series of landmark survey works: The Cambridge History of Christianity, The Cambridge Social History of Ireland, The Cambridge History of Ireland, and The Oxford History of Protestant Dissenting Traditions.

    Dr Holmes is the Principal Investigator on the research project, ‘Fundamentalism as an Ulster Phenomena? Popular Protestantism, 1859-1939’, which is generously funded by the Leverhulme Trust until September 2020.

    Teaching

    Dr Andrew Holmes teaches on the following programmes / modules:

     

    Undergraduate

    Religion in an Age of Revolutions: Britain and Ireland, 1688-1798 (Level 1)

    The Death of Christian Britain, c. 1789 to 1914? (Level 1)

    Uniting Kingdoms? Britain and Ireland, 1603-1815 (Level 2)

    Presbyterians in Ulster, 1690-1840 (Level 3)

    Protestantism, evangelicalism and Ulster society: from the United Irishmen to Ian Paisley (Level 3)

     

    Willingness to take PhD students

    Yes

    PhD projects

    I am open to PhD applications in the fields of:
    - Protestantism in Ireland since 1600
    - Comparative history of evangelical Protestantism
    - Pre-Troubles religious history of Northern Ireland

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    Frequent Journals

    • Irish Historical Studies

      ISSNs: 0021-1214

      Irish Historical Society

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 0.22 SJR 0.118 SNIP 0.523

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    • Irish Economic and Social History

      ISSNs: 0332-4893

      Irish Historical Society

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 0.31 SJR 0.112 SNIP 1.6

      Journal

    • Church History

      ISSNs: 0009-6407

      Brill

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 0.3 SJR 0.141 SNIP 0.399

      Journal

    • The Journal of Ecclesiastical History

      ISSNs: 0022-0469

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1469-7637

      Cambridge University Press

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 0.28 SJR 0.108 SNIP 0.463

      Journal

    • Irish Studies Review

      ISSNs: 0967-0882

      Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1469-9303

      Routledge

      Scopus rating (2018): CiteScore 0.26 SJR 0.116 SNIP 0.38

      Journal

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