How to Make a Revolution: The Historical and Political Writings of Raymond Postgate
Dr Marc Mulholland: List of publications
'A Heavy Load': the American Civil Rights Movement and the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement
Revolution And The Whip Of Reaction: Technicians Of Power And The Dialectic Of Radicalisation
'Marxists of Strict Observance'? The Second International, National Defence, and the Question of War
Inventing the Working Class
Review Essay on 'The Republic: The Fight for Irish Independence, 1918-1923'
Bourgeois Liberty and the Politics of Fear: From Absolutism to Neo-Conservatism
'Just another country?': the Irish question in the Thatcher years
Bourgeois Liberty and the Politics of Fear
'Modernising Conservatism': The Northern Ireland Young Unionist Movement in the 1960s
'Its Patrimony, its Unique Wealth!' Labour-Power, Working-Class Consciousness and Crises: An Outline Consideration
Marx, the Proletariat, and the 'Will to Socialism'
Irish Republican Politics and Violence before the Peace Process, 1968–1994
'Not a Historical but a Prospective Application'? The 1798 Rising as Recalled in the Irish Popular Press of 1898
Why Did Unionists Discriminate?
The Longest War: Northern Ireland's Troubled History
The ‘best and most forward-looking’ in Ulster unionism: the Unionist Society (est. 1942)
Northern Ireland at the Crossroads: Ulster Unionism in the O'Neill Years, 1960-69
Assimilation versus Segregation: Unionist Strategy in the 1960s
To Comfort Always - A History of Holywell Hospital, Antrim 1898-1998
'One of the most difficult hurdles': The struggle for recognition of the Northern Ireland Committee of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, 1958-1964