Amanda Hall is currently a PhD candidate at the University of St Andrews, following study at Queen’s University Belfast (M.A. Politics, 2015) and Yale University (B.A. American Studies, 2014). Her current research investigates the ‘inter-referendum’ years in Northern Ireland, from the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998 to the Brexit referendum in 2016. Her thesis, currently titled ‘Shaped by Strained Peace: Division in Inter-Referendum Northern Ireland, 1998 – 2016’ investigates the quality of peace in Northern Ireland, with attention on key themes of segregation, justice, and globalisation and their role in shaping the region over the period in question.
Supervisor: Dr Tim Wilson
‘Peace at Any Cost? The Necessity of the On the Runs Scheme to the Endurance of Peace in Northern Ireland’ Irish Political Studies) https://doi.org/10.1080/07907184.2018.1447927
‘A New Beginning?’: Enduring Division in 2017 Northern Ireland’. Four Nations History Network. 30 October 2017. https://fournationshistory.wordpress.com/2017/10/30/a-new-beginning-enduring-division-in–2017-northern-ireland/
IR1005 Introduction to International Relations
IR1006 Foreign Policy Analysis and International Security