Amanda Hall is a PhD Candidate in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews, affiliated with the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence. Her dissertation looks at ‘inter-referendum’ Northern Ireland – from the 1998 Good Friday Agreement to the 2016 Brexit vote – and the role of the voluntary and community sector in confronting the still on-going peace process, including how these organisations have dealt with top-down political tumult and risks to ‘peace’ from a bottom-up perspective.
Supervisor: Dr Timothy Wilson
Office Hours: Thursdays, 9-10am. Room 1.42 (Arts Building)
‘Post-Conflict Northern Ireland in the Transnational Lens’ Panel presentation at ‘The UK Through Transnational Perspectives’ Conference, King’s College London Contemporary British History – London, UK. 2 July 2018.
‘Old Divisions in a New Era: Societal Division as a Barrier to Peace in Post-Agreement Northern Ireland’ Paper presented at British International Studies Association 43rd Annual Conference – Bath, UK. 15 June 2018.
‘Two Decades of Mainstream Division: Why Grassroots Efforts are Key to the Future of Peace in Northern Ireland’ Paper presented at #Agreement20 Academic Public Engagement Project on the 20th Anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Irish World Heritage Centre, Manchester, UK. 7 April 2018.
IR1005 Introduction to International Relations (Postgraduate Tutor)
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Award, 2014-2018
Sheana and Pierre Rollin Scholarship, 2016-2019
St Leonard’s College International Doctoral Scholarship, 2018-2019
Airey Neave Trust Research Grant, 2018
Conflict Research Society Sydney Bailey Fund, 2018
British Association for Irish Studies Postgraduate Bursary, 2018
Russell Trust Award (Postgraduate), 2017