Dr Paul Brendan O'Leary

BA, PhD (Cymru)

Dr Paul Brendan O'Leary

Athro mewn Hanes Cymru

Institute Director of Welsh Lanaguage & Culture

Department Director of Welsh

Manylion Cyswllt

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Mae Yr AtPaul O'Leary** BA, PhD (Cymru) yn Gymrawd o'r Gymdeithas Hanesyddol Frenhinol. Mae'n arbenigo ar hanes Cymru yn y 19eg ganrif, ac yn arbennig ar ei diwylliannau gwleidyddol, a'r Gwyddelod yn mudo i Brydain. Ysgrifennodd hefyd ar hanes cymdeithasol yr iaith Gymraeg. Ef yw awdur Immigration and Integration: the Irish in Wales, 1798-1922 (2000), cyd-awdur Wales One Hundred Years Ago (1999), cyd-olygydd (gyda Neil Evans a Charlotte Williams), A Tolerant Nation? Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales (Caerdydd, Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003), cyd-awdur gyda Neil Evans a Charlotte Williams, 'Race, Nation and Globalization' yn Paul O'Leary, Neil Evans a Charlotte Williams (goln), A Tolerant Nation? Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales (Caerdydd, Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003), cyd-awdur gyda Neil Evans, 'Playing the Game: Sport and Ethnic Minorities in Modern Wales' yn Paul O'Leary, Neil Evans a Charlotte Williams (goln), A Tolerant Nation? Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales (Caerdydd, Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2003), golygydd Irish Migrants in Modern Wales (Lerpwl, Gwasg Prifysgol Lerpwl, 2004) a chyn-olygyddd Llafur, the Journal of the Society for Welsh Labour History (1994-2000). Ar hyn o bryd, mae'n ymchwilio ar gyfer llyfr ar ddiwylliannau gwleidyddol Cymru yn Oes Fictoria.

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Mae Yr Athro O'Leary yn dysgu'n eang, o fodiwlau craidd Hanes Cymru yn y Flwyddyn Gyntaf hyd at gyrsiau Meistr a goruchwylio traethodau PhD, gan gynnwys Traethodau Estynedig a Phwnc Arbenigol ar y Gwyddelod ym Mhrydain.

Cyhoeddiadau

Revolution, Culture and Industry, c.1700‒1850O'Leary, P. 2017 (Accepted/In press) The Cambridge History of Welsh Literature. Evans, G. & Fulton, H. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Wales and the First World War Theme and Debates: Themes and DebatesO'Leary, P. 2017 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.28, 1, p. 591-61716 p.
“A Vertiginous Sense of Impending Loss”: Four Nations History and the Problem of NarrativeO'Leary, P. 2017 Four Nations Approaches to Modern ‘British History’: A (Dis)United Kingdom?. Lloyd-Jones, N. & Scull, M. M. (eds.). Springer Nature, p. 59-82
Welsh Keywords: CrachachO'Leary, P. 2017 Planet: The Welsh Internationalist
Obituary: John Davies (1938-2015)O'Leary, P. 2017 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.28, 2, p. 549-56315 p.
States of Union: Modern Scotland and British HistoryO'Leary, P. 2016 In : Twentieth Century British History.27, 1, p. 124-14326 p.
Ffrainc a Cymru 1830–1880: Dehongliadau Ffrengig o Genedl DdiwladwriaethO'Leary, P. 2015 Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol. 158 p.
A Tolerant Nation? Revisiting Ethnic Diversity in a Devolved WalesO'Leary, P., Williams, C. (ed.) & Evans, N. (ed.) 2015 2 ed. Caerdydd: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press. 364 p.
Town and Nation: Writing Urban Histories in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth- Century WalesO'Leary, P. B. 2013 Writing a Small Nation's Past. Pryce, H. & Evans, N. (eds.). Taylor & Francis
Claiming the Streets: Processions and Urban Culture in South Wales, c.1830-1880O'Leary, P. B. 2012 Caerdydd: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press. 241 p.
Film, History and Anti-Semitism: Solomon & Gaenor (1999) and Representations of the PastO'Leary, P. B. 2012 In : North American Journal of Welsh Studies.7, p. 38-5214 p.
Public Intellectuals, Language and Cultural Nationalism in Ireland and Wales: Douglas Hyde and Saunders LewisO'Leary, P. B. 2009 In : Irish Studies Review.17, 1, p. 5-1814 p.
Peerless: the Life and Legend of Jim Driscoll (1880-1925)O'Leary, P. B. 2008 Wales and its Boxers: The Fighting Tradition. Stead, P. & Williams, G. (eds.). Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press, p. 17-3216 p.
Mass commodity culture and identity: the Morning Chronicle and Irish migrants in a nineteenth-century Welsh industrial townO'Leary, P. B. 2008 In : Urban History.35, 2, p. 237-25418 p.
Processions, Power and Public Space: Corpus Christi at Cardiff, 1872-1914O'Leary, P. B. 2008 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.24, 1, p. 77-10125 p.
Arming the Citizens: the Volunteer Force in Nineteenth-Century WalesO'Leary, P. 2007 Wales and War: Society, Politics and Religion in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Cragoe, M. & Williams, C. (eds.). Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press, p. 63-8119 p.
Networking Respectability: Class, Gender and Ethnicity among the Irish in South Wales, 1845-1914O'Leary, P. 2007 Irish Migration, Networks and Ethnic Identities since 1750. Delaney, E. & MacRaild, D. (eds.). 1 ed.Taylor & Francis, p. 63-7412 p.
Networking Respectability: Class, Gender and Ethnicity among the Irish in South Wales, 1845-1914O'Leary, P. 2005 In : Immigrants and Minorities.23, 2-3, p. 255-27521 p.
Irish Migrants in Modern WalesO'Leary, P. 2004 1st ed.Liverpool University Press. 190 p.
Religion, Nationality and Politics: Disestablishment in Ireland and Wales, 1868-1914O'Leary, P. 1999 Contrasts and Comparisons: Studies in Irish and Welsh Church History. Guy, J. R. & Neely, W. D. (eds.). Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer | Gomer Press, p. 89-11224 p.
Of Devolution, Maps and Divided Mentalities: Deconstructing a New National IconO'Leary, P. 1998 In : Planet: The Welsh Internationalist.127, p. 7-126 p.
Accommodation and Resistance: A Comparison of Cultural Identities in Ireland and Wales, c.1880-1914O'Leary, P. 1998 Kingdoms United? Great Britain and Ireland since 1500. Connolly, S. J. (ed.). Dublin: Four Courts Press, p. 123-13412 p.
From the Cradle to the Grave: Popular Catholicism among the Irish in WalesO'Leary, P. 1996 Religion and Identity: The Irish Worldwide. O'Sullivan, P. (ed.). London/New York: Octopus Publishing Group, Vol. 5, p. 183-19513 p.
Articles Relating to the History of Wales Published Mainly in 1992O'Leary, P. 1994 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.17, 2, p. 304-3118 p.
'Trais a Thwyll a Cherddi': Y Gwyddelod yng Nghymru, 1798-1882O'Leary, P. 1994 Ysgrifau ar hanes Cymru. Jenkins, G. H. (ed.). Gwasg Gomer | Gomer Press, Vol. 9, p. 129-16234 p. (Cof Cenedl)
Articles Relating to the History of Wales Published Mainly in 1991O'Leary, P. 1993 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.16, 4, p. 597-6048 p.
The Enemy Without: Policing and Class Consciousness in the Miners' StrikeO'Leary, P. 1992 In : Journal of Law and Society.19, 2, p. 284-2929 p.
A Tolerant Country? Immigrants, Refugees and Minorities in BritainPaddison, R., Weir, K., Songdergaard, B. & O'Leary, P. 1992 In : Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.13, 3, p. 302-3065 p.
Articles Relating to the History of Wales Published Mainly in 1990O'Leary, P. 1992 In : Cylchgrawn Hanes Cymru | Welsh History Review.16, 2, p. 280-2889 p.
Anti-Irish Riots in Wales, 1826-1882O'Leary, P. 1991 In : Llafur.5, 4, p. 27-3610 p.
Immigration and the Growth of Pontypridd, 1841-1914O'Leary, P. 1991 The Bridge and the Song. Tobin, B. S. & Davies, J. I. (eds.). Bridgend, p. 19-279 p.
The Irish in Wales: The Integration of a MinorityO'Leary, P. 1990 CEDPATH 90: The Irish in Britain. London: Department for Education, p. 24-263 p.
Irish Immigration and the Catholic 'Welsh District', 1840-1850O'Leary, P. 1988 Politics and Society in Wales, 1840-1922: Essays in Honour of Ieuan Gwynedd Jones. Jenkins, G. H. & Smith, J. B. (eds.). Cardiff: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press, p. 29-4517 p.
'Syndicalist Teachers' in the Rhondda 1913-1919: A CommentO'Leary, P. 1986 In : Llafur.4, 3, p. 80-845 p.
The Welsh Political ArchiveO'Leary, P. 1985 In : Llafur.4, 2, p. 101-1022 p.