Lecturer
History
University College Cork
Cork
Ireland

T: +353-21-490-3000
F: +353 21 490 3584
E: a.mccarthy@ucc.ie
W: http://www.ucc.ie/

Educated at St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny, University College, Cork, University of Sussex, Irish Management Institute, IBM Education and Training, London, Global Knowledge Network, Dublin. First ECTS Outgoing Student from UCC, 1989. Completed MA on British Foreign Policy, 1991; Ph D modern Irish Financial History, 1996. At various times worked for NatWest Stockbrokers, London, JP Morgan (London), Technical Support Manager for the US Consumer Account for IBM Corp, and as HEA Researcher, UCC. Currently teaches history at UCC.

Research Interests

My research interests are twentieth century Irish history generally, concentrating on financial and administrative history, the economic modernisation of Ireland in 1960s, but also include Irish public health.

Books

YearPublication
(2005)Twentieth Century Ireland: Revolution and State Building.
Dermot Keogh and Andrew McCarthy; (2005) Twentieth Century Ireland: Revolution and State Building. : Gill and Macmillan. [Details]

Book Chapters

YearPublication
(1998)'Michael Collins - Minister for Finance'
Andrew McCarthy; (1998) 'Michael Collins - Minister for Finance' In: Michael Collins and the making of the Irish State. [Details]
(2004)'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-1940'
Andrew McCarthy; (2004) 'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-1940' In: Ireland in World War Two: Neutrality and Survival. [Details]
(2004)'Aspects of Local Health in Ireland in the 1950s'
Andrew McCarthy; (2004) 'Aspects of Local Health in Ireland in the 1950s' In: The Lost Decade: Ireland in the 1950s. [Details]
(2011)'Publishing for catholic Ireland'
Andrew McCarthy (2011) 'Publishing for catholic Ireland' In: Clare Hutton (eds). The Oxford history of the Irish book: Vol 5: The Irish book in English, 1891-2000. Oxford: Oxford. [Details]
(2004)'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-40'
Andrew McCarthy (2004) 'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-40' In: Mervyn O¿Driscoll and Dermot Keogh (eds). ReactiIreland in World War Two: Neutrality and Survival. Cork: Mercier Press. [Details]

Edited Books

YearPublication
(2008)
Laurence M. Geary, Andrew McCarthy (Ed.). (2008) Ireland, Australia and New Zealand : History, Politics and Culture. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
(2007)
A McCarthy, D F Keogh (Ed.). (2007) The Making of the Irish Consititution, 1937. Cork: Mercier Press. [Details]
(2005)
A. McCarthy, D F Keogh (Ed.). (2005) Limerick Boycott 1904. Cork: Mercier Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

YearPublication
(2005)'The Catholic Church and the writing of the 1937 constitution'
Dermot Keogh, Andrew McCarthy; (2005) 'The Catholic Church and the writing of the 1937 constitution'. History Ireland, [Details]

Other Journals

YearPublication
(2004)'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-1940'
Andrew McCarthy; (2004) 'Reacting to War: Finance and the Economy, 1938-1940' Ireland in World War Two: Neutrality and Survival, . [Details]
(2005)''The Catholic Church and the writing of the 1937 Constitution’'
Andrew McCarthy; (2005) ''The Catholic Church and the writing of the 1937 Constitution’' History Ireland, 13 :36-41. [Details]

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
UCC College Lecturer of History01-JAN-01 / 01-JAN-01
IBM Corporation Technical Support Manager US Consumer Account01-JAN-98 / 01-JAN-01
IBM Global Services IT Team Leader01-JAN-96 / 01-JAN-98

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1989UCC B.A.
1991UCC M.A.
1996UCC Ph.D.

Other Activities

 Description

Professional Activities
• Member Irish Historical Society
• Member Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland

Teaching Interests

HI1115  Introduction to Irish History for Visiting Students, Tuesday, 5-7pm, G19

HI1002 The Making of the Modern Irish State (Boole 3, Tuesday 12pm, Wednesday 9am)

HI3045  The Politics of Church and State, Wednesday, 5-7pm, Kane, B10A
HI2103  Europe, Ireland and the Wider World, Monday, 2-3pm, Western Gateway, G05
HI2104  Special Research Project  Coordinator 

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HI3200     History Seminar - Health and Politics in Independent Ireland, Tuesday, 3-5pm, Silverdale


Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
Dwyer Michael Anthony Doctoral Degree

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2015Special Research Project HI3302Special Research Project
2015The Politics of Church and State HI3045The Politics of Church and State
2015Special Research Project HI2104Special Research Project
2015Europe, Ireland and the Wider World II HI2103Europe, Ireland and the Wider World II