Professor Senia Paseta


I would like to hear from potential DPhil or any potential Masters students looking at Comparative British and Irish History or Modern Irish political and Social History.

I currently teach:


FHS Masters
British History VI: 1815-1924 British History VI: 1815-1924 Crisis of the Union, 1750-1998
British History VII: Since 1900 British History VII: Since 1900 Women's Life Writing and Historical Change in Britain and Ireland since 1780
Approaches to History Further Subject: Nationalism, Politics and Culture in Ireland, 1870-1921  
Optional Subject: The New Women in Britain and Ireland, 1880-1920 Special Subject: The Northern Ireland Troublers, 1965-85  
  Disciplines of History  


  • Suffrage and Citizenship in Ireland, 1912-1918The Kehoe Lecture in Irish History, 2018

  • Sappho to Suffrage: Women Who Dared

  • ‘New Issues and Old: Women and Politics in Ireland, 1914-18’

  • Feminist Political Thought and Activism in Revolutionary Ireland, c. 1880–1918

  • Uncertain Futures Essays about the Irish Past for Roy Foster