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د. كولن آيرون – Colin John Irwin

ColinColin John Irwin Curriculum Vitae Personal Information Office Address: Department of Politics The University of Liverpool Roxby Building Liverpool L69 7ZT United Kingdom Tel: UK code + (0)151-280-2455 e-mail: colin.irwin@liv.ac.uk Web site http://www.peacepolls.org Citizenship: British/Canadian Date of Birth: May 22, 1946 Education 1985 Ph.D. Social Science, Syracuse University Dissertation, Sociocultural Biology: Studies in the Evolution of some Netsilingmiut and other Sociocultural Behaviors. 1981 M.A. Interdisciplinary, University of Manitoba (Anthropology, Religion and Philosophy) Thesis, Inuit Ethics and the Priority of the Future Generation. Appointments 2010, Research Fellow, Department of Politics, University of Liverpool. 2006-2010, Research Fellow, Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool. 2005, Research Fellow, Institute of Governance, Public Policy and Social Research, Queen’s University Belfast. 2002-2004, Research Fellow, Centre for the Study of Ethnic Conflict, School of Politics and International Studies, Queen’s University Belfast. 1994-2002, Research Fellow, Institute of Irish Studies, Queen’s University Belfast. 1988-1997, Honorary Research Fellow, Dept. of Social Anthropology, Queen’s University Belfast. 1988-1991, Associate Professor of Research, Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University. 1987-1989, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Fellow, Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University. 1985-1987, Killam Fellow, Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University. 2 Teaching Experience Guest lectures and informal supervision as required. 1992 – Present. Tutor, Department of Social Anthropology, Queen’s University of Belfast. 1992. Native Peoples of North America, Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology – 2355, Dalhousie University, 1987 Summer. Seminar in Social Anthropology, Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology – 4000, Dalhousie University, Spring 1987. Human Nature, Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology – 3070, Dalhousie University, Spring 1986. Human Sociobiology, Department of Anthropology – 600, Syracuse University, Spring 1985. Cultural Anthropology, Department of Anthropology – 101, Syracuse University, Fall 1984. Other Professional Experience 1977-1978, Advisor to Keewatin Inuit Association, Rankin Inlet, N.W.T. Responsible to association president for implementation of board of directors policies. Activities included land claims issues; initiating social impact study of proposed Polar Gas pipeline; legal aid; native business development; fund raising and capital projects. 1970-1976, Free-lance explorer, writer, photographer. 1968-1969, Assistant manager, Red Sea Diving School, Eilat, Israel. 1967-1968, Assistant to director of research and development, Divcon International U.K. Ltd. 1964-1967, Scientific Officer, Bournemouth Branch British Sub-Aqua Club. (B.S.A.C.) 1962, Laboratory assistant and diver. Marine Biological Association, Plymouth, U. K. 3 Academic Awards and Distinctions 2000-2002, A two-year fellowship starting June 1st 2000 valued at £68,0000. Awarded by the Queen’s University of Belfast Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies. The use of public opinion polls in the Northern Ireland peace process and their application to other conflicts. 1994-1995, Junior Research Fellow, Inst. of Irish Studies, Queen’s University of Belfast. (Aprox. £6,000) 1987-1989, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Post Doctoral Fellowship. (Aprox. $48,000). 1985-1987, Killam Post Doctoral Fellowship, Dalhousie University. (Aprox. $45,000). 1981-1985, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship. (Aprox. $50,000). 1980-1981, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Special M. A. Scholarship. (Aprox. $8,000) 1979, Dean’s Honour List, University of Manitoba. Other Grants and Contracts 2011, Asia Foundation and Department for International Development (DFID) ‘Formal peace processes and informal local peace building efforts strengthened more credible with conflict-affected populations’, Philippines – Manila and Mindanao (Aprox. $5,000) 2010, International donations ‘Setting International Standards and Assisting Third Parties in Running ‘Peace Polls’’ (Aprox. £52,000) 2009, International donations through the University of Liverpool ‘Setting International Standards and Assisting Third Parties in Running ‘Peace Polls’’ (Aprox. £43,000) 2008, International donations through the University of Liverpool ‘Setting International Standards and Assisting Third Parties in Running ‘Peace Polls’’ (Aprox. £39,000) 2007, British Academy Small Research Grant ‘A Comparative Analysis of Public Opinion, Public Diplomacy and Peace Making’ (Aprox. £7,000) 2006, UK based study of relations between the West and the Muslim World undertaken in collaboration with Muslim Voice UK (MVUK – Birmingham), Global Polling Solutions (GMI – Seattle and London) and the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA – Washington). (Aprox. $10,000 from PIPA in Washington). 2005, Consultant to the Albanian Serb Information Exchange Forum project commissioned by the Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe, KosovaLive in Pristina and Beta Media Center in Belgrade with funding from the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, the German Government via the Stability Pact, the Institut für Auslands-beziehungen e.V. (IFA), International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), UNESCO, and the Kosovo Mission of the US Agency for International Development (under the terms of award No. 167-A-00-01-00107-00). 4 2004, Consultant to Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe and BBC World Service Trust on their Our Town, Our Future project in Bosnia and Herzegovina funded by the EC and Charles Mott Foundation (835,142 Euro from the European Commission under “The European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights: Support for Democratisation, Good Governance and the Rule of Law”.) 2003-2004, Co-applicant with Professor Adrian Guelke (Principal Applicant), Economic and Social Research Council, Interpreting the Ongoing Crises in The Northern Ireland Peace Process (Aprox £45,000) 2002-2003, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. The State of the Peace Process and Devolution in Northern Ireland (Aprox. £34,300) 2002, Consultant to Centre for Democracy and Reconciliation in South East Europe and Foundation Open Society Institute Macedonia (FOSIM) in Skopje, and the Ministry of Macedonia and Thrace in Thessaloniki. Public opinion poll in FYR of Macedonia on the desire of the people for free and fair elections and a negotiated settlement in place of a new outbreak of violence. 2000, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. The Future of the Peace Process (Aprox. £12,000) 1999-2000, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. The Mitchell Review (Aprox. £16,660). 1999-2000, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. The Implementation of the Belfast Agreement. (Aprox. £37,272). 1997-1998, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. Public Opinion, Referendums and the Northern Ireland ‘Talks’ Process. (Aprox. £55,700). 1996-1997, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. Public Opinion, Referendums and the Northern Ireland ‘Talks’ Process. (Aprox. £10, 000). 1996-1997, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. Peace building, Public Policy and Social Reform in Northern Ireland. With Prof. T. Hadden and Prof. F. Boal. (Aprox. £15,000). 1995-1996, The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust. Peace building, Public Policy and Social Reform in Northern Ireland. With Prof. T. Hadden and Prof. F. Boal. (Aprox. £36,500). 1992, Research Development Grant, Queen’s University of Belfast, Computer Equipment. (Aprox. £8,000). 1990-1991, Policy Planning and Research Unit, Government of Northern Ireland, The Processes of Social Integration at Northern Ireland’s Principle Integrated School, Lagan College. (Aprox. £27,000). 1987-1988, Health and Welfare Canada, Review of Demography and it’s Implications for Economic and Social Policy, Inuit Project, The Growing Inuit Population, Arctic Resettlement and Their Effects on Social and Economic Change. (Aprox. $26,000). 1985, Research Development Grant (Humanities and Social Sciences), Dalhousie University. (Aprox. $500) 1983, Travel and field work research funds for studies in the Keewatin Region of the N.W.T. Canada from the New York State Board of Regents Schweitzer Chair at Syracuse. (Aprox. $5,000) 5 1980, University of Manitoba Northern Studies Committee travel grant to Chesterfield Inlet N.W.T. Canada. (Aprox. $1,000) Other Awards 1978, Royal Cruising Club Medal for Seamanship. Awarded annually for single handed navigation. 1966, British Sub-Aqua Club Duke of Edinburgh Scientific Award. Explorations 1976, Voyage from Scotland to Iceland, Greenland and Hudson’s Bay. 1971-1975, Furthest single handed sailing of Northwest Passage without the use of auxiliary power. 1972-1973, Completed first crossing of Arctic North America by dog team since 1923 to commemorate the 50th. anniversary of Rassmusen’s expedition. 1965, Conducted first underwater living experiment using a self contained artificial atmosphere (one week at two atmospheres). Completed in cooperation with Royal Navy Physiological Laboratory, Alvestoke, Hants; H.M.S. Drake Diving School, Plymouth and B.S.A.C. 1964, Excavated and recovered 4500 year old dug out canoe from bottom of Poole Harbour, U.K. Human Rights Submissions and UN Recommendations Irwin, C. J., Education, Peace Building and the Rights of Children to Attend Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland. A brief on Human Rights violations submitted to the UN Committee on Economic Social and Cultural Rights. Geneva. October 21st. 1994. _____ Peace Making, Discrimination and the Rights of Children to Attend Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland. A brief on Human Rights violations submitted to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. Geneva. July 29th. 1994. U.N. Economic and Social Council; Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Consideration of Reports Submitted be States Parties under Articles 16 and 17 of the Covenant, Concluding observations of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. E/C.12/1/Add.19, 12 December 1997. _____ Peace Making, Discrimination and the Rights of Children to Attend Integrated Schools in Northern Ireland. A brief on Human Rights violations submitted to the Committee on Conventions and Recommendations of the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation. Paris. August 31st. 1993. U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child, Committee on the Rights of the Child, Eighth Session, Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention. Concluding observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. CRC/C/15/Add.34. Geneva. Jan. 27th. 1995 6 Publications Irwin, C. J., Public Opinion and Power-Sharing in Deeply Divided Places, in McEvoy, Joanne and Brendan O’Leary (eds), Power-Sharing in Deeply Divided Places: Progress and Regressions, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. _____ 20 Peace Lessons from Northern Ireland to Israel and Palestine, CreateSpace, Scotts Valley, CA, (2012). _____ The People’s Peace Process in Northern Ireland, (Paperback) CreateSpace, Scotts Valley, CA, (2012). _____ The People’s Peace: ‘Pax Populi, Pax Dei’ – How Peace Polls are Democratizing the Peace Making Process, CreateSpace, Scotts Valley, CA, (2012). _____ Darfur peace poll, www.Peacepolls.org, January, 2011. _____ ‘War and Peace’ and the APRC Proposals, (Part 1) Daily Mirror, Colombo, Friday May 7th and (Part 2) Saturday May 8th, 2010. _____ ‘War and Peace’ and the APRC Proposals, Peacepolls.org, 2010. _____ Israel and Palestine: Public Opinion, Public Diplomacy and Peace Making. Part 1. The Shape of an Agreement, Part 2. Process, Peacepolls.org, April, 2009. _____ Pakistan administered Kashmir v Indian administered Kashmir: Getting beyond a referendum, Peacepolls.org, May, 2009. _____ The APRC Proposals and ‘Winning the Peace’, Peacepolls.org, July, 2009. _____ The APRC Proposals and ‘Winning the Peace’, Groundviews.org, July 10th, 2009. _____ The APRC Proposals and ‘Winning the Peace’, (Part 1) Daily Mirror, Colombo, Monday July 13th and (Part 2) Tuesday July 14th, 2009. _____ Public Opinion, Public Diplomacy and Peace Making, British Academy Review, July, 2009. _____ Peace in Kashmir: Myth and Reality, Peacepolls.org, June, 2008. _____ Peace in Sri Lanka: From Symbols to Substance, Peacepolls.org, June, 2008. _____ Peace in Sri Lanka: From symbols to substance, (Part 1) Daily Mirror, Colombo, Saturday June 21st and (Part 2) Monday June 23rd, 2008. _____ Peace in Sri Lanka: Negotiating with Northern ‘Separatists’? Groundviews.org, August 14th, 2008. _____ ‘Research Ethics and Peacemaking’ in Mertens, D. and Ginsberg, P. (eds.) Handbook of Social Research Ethics, Sage, 2008. _____ Peace Process, in Bevir, M., (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Governance, Sage, December 2006. _____ Public Opinion, Public Diplomacy and Peace Making, Democracy at Large, Vol. 2, No. 2, IFES Inc., Washington D.C., March 2006. 7 _____ The Northern Ireland ‘Peace Polls’, Irish Political Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, 1-14, February 2006. _____ A People’s Peace Process for Bosnia and Herzegovina? Ethnopolitics, Vol. 4, No. 3, 311-328, September 2005. _____ Using Public Opinion Polls to Support Peace Processes: Practical Lessons from Northern Ireland, Macedonia, Cyprus, Israel and Palestine, in Guelke, A. (Ed.), Democracy and Ethnic Conflict: Advancing Peace in Deeply Divided Societies, Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke and New York, 2004. _____ The Belfast Story: News Media and Polls as Mediators for Peace, Newsletter, World Association for Public Opinion Research, Fourth Quarter, 2003. _____ Forum Northern Ireland: An Opinion Poll and its Implications, The Global Review of Ethnopolitics. vol. 2, no 3-4, March/June 2003, at www.ethnopolitics.org. _____ Forum: Northern Ireland – International Negotiation Best Practice: A Reply to Hancock, Noel and Kennedy-Pipe, The Global Review of Ethnopolitics. vol. 2, no 3-4, March/June 2003, at www.ethnopolitics.org. _____ The people’s verdict, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, February 20th, 2003. _____ What now for the Agreement?, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, February 19th, 2003. _____ The People’s Peace Process in Northern Ireland, Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke and New York, 2002. _____ Forum Macedonia: An Opinion Poll and its Implications, The Global Review of Ethnopolitics. vol. 2, no 1, September 2002, at www.ethnopolitics.org. _____ Forum Macedonia: Reply – Making Dreams Come True, The Global Review of Ethnopolitics. vol. 2, no 1, September 2002, at www.ethnopolitics.org. _____ How Public Opinion Polls Were Used In Support Of The Northern Ireland Peace Process, The Global Review of Ethnopolitics. vol. 1, no 1, September 2001, 62-73. at www.ethnopolitics.org. _____ Full implementation key to NI success, Irish Times, Friday, February 23rd, 2001. _____ It’s the Agreement – stupid, Irish Times, Friday, February 23rd, 2001. _____ The PEOPLE’S peace process, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, February 21st, 2001. _____ Unionism at the Crossroads: What the people say, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, May 25th, 2000. _____ Breaking the Rock, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, October 27th, 1999. _____ Guns, trust and the Agreement, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, October 26th, 1999 _____ The People’s Peace Process: Northern Ireland and the role of Public Opinion Polls in Political Negotiations, Security Dialogue, Vol. 30, No. 3, September, p. 105-117. (ISSN 0967-0106). 1999. _____ A better way to implement the Belfast Agreement, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, May 17th, 1999. _____ Implementation of the Belfast Agreement, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, March 4rd, 1999. 8 _____ What are the fears of failure? Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, March 4rd, 1999. _____ Why the peace package is important, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, March 4rd, 1999. _____ Ceasefires, paramilitary Activity and Decommissioning, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, March 3rd, 1999. _____ Education, Health and Jobs, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, March 3rd, 1999. _____ 93% SAY: MAKE THE AGREEMENT WORK, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, March 3rd, 1999. _____ Little support for SF agenda, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, April 1st, 1998. _____ Majority say yes to the search for settlement, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, March 31st, 1998. _____ Compromise or common ground?, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, March 31st, 1998. _____ Alternatives to a comprehensive settlement, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, March 31st, 1998. _____ The Search for a Settlement: The People’s Choice. Supplement with Fortnight 368, p. 1-23, (ISSN 0141-7762), February, 1998. _____ A Comprehensive Settlement, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January 14th, 1998. _____ Constitutional Issues, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January 14th, 1998. _____ What hope for Council of the Isles?, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, January 14th, 1998. _____ Feasibility and reality of north-south bodies, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, January 13th, 1998. _____ Why Ulster now wants to have new assembly, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, January 12th, 1998. _____ Reforming RUC quite ‘acceptable’, Belfast Telegraph, Saturday, January 10th, 1998. _____ Protecting the rights of the people, Belfast Telegraph, Saturday, January 10th, 1998. _____ Steps we need to take to win peace, Belfast Telegraph, Saturday, January 10th, 1998. _____ Social Conflict and the Failure of Education Policies in Two Deeply Divided Societies: Israel and Northern Ireland, in Culture and Policy in Northern Ireland, Hastings D. and McFarlane G. Eds. Institute of Irish Studies, Queen’s University Belfast. p. 97-116. (ISBN 0 8539 690 9). 1997. _____ The people’s vote, Belfast Telegraph, Friday, September 12th., 1997. _____ YES vote for talks, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, September 11th., 1997. _____ STILL POLLS APART, People longing for real talks to start, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, April 9th., 1997. _____ Referendums could bypass politicians, Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, April 9th., 1997. 9 _____ DRUMCREE THREE, Rule of law is what people of Northern Ireland want, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, April 8th., 1997. _____ Wide support for Bill of Rights, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, April 8th., 1997. _____ TRUCE HOLDS KEY, Sharp divisions on how talks replace the guns, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, April 7th., 1997. _____ Voter’s query parties’ push, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, April 7th., 1997. _____ Few believe peace is at hand, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, April 7th., 1997. _____ with Hadden, T. and Boal, F., Separation or sharing? the people’s choice. Supplement with Fortnight 356, p. 1-23, (ISSN 0141-7762), December 1996. _____ Ulster People Could Decide Way Forward, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, December 3rd., 1996. _____ The FEC.. Fair To Meddling? Belfast Telegraph, Wednesday, November 20th., 1996. _____ Hitting A Brick Wall, Belfast Telegraph, Tuesday, October 22nd., 1996. _____ Ulster Amnesty Rejected, Belfast Telegraph, Monday, September 30th., 1996. _____ The Battle For The Middle Ground, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, September 12th., 1996. _____ Changing The Force Of Habit, Belfast Telegraph, Friday, August 2nd., 1996. _____ The Parade Question, Belfast Telegraph, Thursday, July 4th., 1996. _____ The Myths of Segregation, in New Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Conflict, Ed. A. Guelke, Avebury Press. Aldershot. p. 104-118. (ISBN 1 85628 446 8). 1994. _____ Belfast Lessons, a television series of 54 separate programs co-produced by Channel 4 (London) and Point du Jour (Paris). September 18th. to December 16th. 1994. _____ Les éthiques naturalists et le contrôle du conflict de groupe, dans Fondements Natureles de L’ Éthique, Sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Changeux, Editions odile Jacob, Paris. p. 227-265. (ISBN 2.7381.0225.5). 1993. _____ (Translation only) Naturalistic Ethics and the Control of Group Conflict, in The Natural Foundations of Ethics, Eds. J-P. Changeux. Odile Jacob, Paris. 1993. _____ How Integrated Education Works, in Education Together for a Change: Integrated Education and Community Relations in Northern Ireland, Ed. C. Moffat. Fortnight Educational Trust. Belfast. p. 68-84. (ISBN 09509081 4 2). 1993. _____ Integrated Aspiration, Fortnight. Belfast, No. 315, p. 24-25, March 1993. _____ Children of Peace. Submission to Initiative 92 and the Opsahl Commission. p. 1-16, Belfast, January 1993. _____ Integrated Education: A Moral Issue, First Call for Children, p. 11, UNICEF, New York. October 1992. 10 _____ Integrated Education: From Theory to Practice in Divided Societies, Prospects, UNESCO Quarterly Review of Education. Vol. XXII, No.1, p. 67-79; (English Edition, ISSN 0033-1538, UNESCO; French Edition, ISSN 0304-3045, UNESCO; Spanish Edition, ISSN 0304-3052, UNESCO; Arabic Edition, ISSN 0254-119-X, UNESCO; Russian Edition, ISSN 0207-8953, Moscow; Chinese Edition, ISSN 0254- 8682, Beijing). UNESCO Paris, January 1992. _____ Statistics and Value Judgments, in Anthropology Ireland, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 43, Autumn 1991. _____ Actions Speak Louder, in Fortnight, Belfast, No.301, p. 22-23, December, 1991. _____ Sins of Omission, in Fortnight, Belfast, No 299, p. 29, October 1991. _____ Education and the Development of Social Integration in Divided Societies, Northern Ireland Council For Integrated Education. Belfast. p. 1-103. ISBN 1-874042-00-4, August 1991. _____ Education and the Development of Social Integration in Divided Societies, Dept. of Social Anthropology, Queen’s University of Belfast. Final Report prepared for Policy Planning and Research Unit, Northern Ireland Office. p. 1-103. ISBN 0-85389-405-1, May 1991. _____ The Inuit and the Evolution of Limited Group Conflict. In Sociobiology and Conflict, Eds. J. van der Dennen and V. Falger. p. 189-226. Chapman and Hall, London. (ISBN 0-412-337700-3). 1990. _____ The Sociocultural Biology of Netsilingmiut Female Infanticide. In Sociobiology of Sexual and Reproductive Strategies, Eds. A. Rassa, C. Vogel and E. Voland. p. 234- 264. Croom Helm, London. 1989. _____ Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State, A Postscript. Northern Perspectives. p. 19-20. Vol. 17, No. 1, January-March. 1989. _____ Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State, A Summary Report. Northern Perspectives. p. 2-12. Vol. 17, No. 1, January-March. 1989. _____ Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State. Demographic Review Secretariat, Ministry of Health and Welfare, p. 1-88. Ottawa. October.1988. _____ Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State, The Growing Inuit Population, Arctic Resettlement and Their Effects on Social and Economic Change. In Update Number Five, The Review of Demography and its Implications for Economic and Social Policy, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Ottawa.1988. _____ A Study in the Evolution of Ethnocentrism, In The Sociobiology of Ethnocentrism, Eds. Reynolds V. & Falger V. p. 131-156. Croom Helm, London. 1986. _____ Chesterfield Inlet: A Discussion Paper on Some Demographic, Social and Economic Problems Facing the New Generation. Report submitted to the Mayor and Hamlet Council of Chesterfield Inlet, N.W.T., December, 1985. _____ Inuit Navigation, Empirical Reasoning and Survival, Journal of the Royal Institute of Navigation, p. 178-190. Vol. 38, No. 2, 1985. _____ Eskimo Bride, Sunday Times Magazine, 1975. _____ The Dog That Died of Shame, Sunday Times Magazine, 1974. _____ Trek Across Arctic America, National Geographic Magazine, March, 1974. 11 _____ Half-way mark for a mighty Endeavour, Geographical Magazine, April, 1972. _____ Alone through the Northwest Passage, Geographical Magazine, July, 1971. _____ A Primary System For Hydrospace, Marine Technology Policy, Hydrospace, June, 1969. _____ Night Diving. In The British Sub-Aqua Club Diving Manual, 6th. Edition, The Riverside Press Ltd. London. 1968. _____ with Heath J. R., Breath Hold Increase in Apnaic Divers, Respiration Physiology, Vol. 4, p. 73-77. 1968. _____ with Heath J. R., Glaucus Project Report, Geo-Marine Technology, March, 1967. Selected Conference and Symposium Papers PAX POPULI, PAX DEI – Ten Years of Peace Polls in Comparative Perspective. The 65th WAPOR Annual Conference ‘The New World of Public Opinion Research’ Hong Kong, 14-16, June, 2012. ‘War and Peace’ and Elections in Sri Lanka, with Pradeep Peiris of Social Indicator, Colombo, Sri Lanka presented at: Opportunity through Diversity, WAPOR Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, May 11th to 13th, 2010. Prospects for Peace in the Middle East. A public lecture arranged by Proinsias De Rossa MEP, President, European Parliament Delegation for relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council (DPLC) and Leader, Labour Party MEPs, European Parliament. Europe House, Dublin, Friday, January 15, 2010. The Public as Peacemaker: How polling in divided societies can promote negotiated agreements, The Bill and Sally Hambrecht Distinguished Peacemakers Lectures at AUB. The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs, American University of Beirut, December 10, 2009. Israel and Palestine Peace Polls: Public Opinion and Peace Making in Comparative Perspective, Al-Quds University and The Centre for Democracy and Community Development, Palestinian Future under Continuing Occupation and the Fading Realization of a State, Abu Dis, Palestine, September 30th to October 3rd, 2009. Israel and Palestine Peace Polls: Public Opinion and Peace Making in Comparative Perspective, Public Opinion and Survey Research in a Changing World, WAPOR Annual Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 11th to 13th, 2009. Viewpoints and Counterpoints: Opinion Trends Amid Changing Mideast Policy, New America Foundation, Washington, Tuesday, June 16, 2009. The Two-State Majority: Israeli and Palestinian Public Opinion on Peacemaking, Closed staff briefing, Foreign Relations Committee Room, The Senate, Washington, Monday, June 15, 2009. United for the Two-State Solution: The Popular Mandate for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, Public meeting, Foreign Relations Committee Room, House of Representatives, Washington, Monday, June 15, 2009. 12 The Two-State Majority: Polling for Peace in Israel and Palestine, Wilson Center, Washington, Monday, June 15, 2009. Kashmiris on Their Own Future: Public Opinion from Both Sides of the Line of Control, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, Monday, June 15, 2009. Peace in Kashmir: Myth and Reality, WAPOR Annual Conference, New Orleans, 13-15 May, 2008. Polling for peace: public opinion as a tool for mediators, Oslo Forum 2007, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Humanitarian Dialogue, Oslo, June 26-28, 2007. The Belfast Agreement: How to win a referendum and the next election, WAPOR Regional Seminar Public Opinion, Communication, and Elections Jerusalem and Haifa, Israel, June 25-29, 2007. A Conflict in Search of a Peace Process, WAPOR 60th Annual Conference: Public Opinion and the Challenges of the 21st Century: Survey Research, Peace Building and Conflict Resolution, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin – Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB) Berlin, Germany, Wednesday September 19 to Friday September 21, 2007. The Role of Public Opinion Polls in Political Negotiations: The Case of Northern Ireland. Presented at: Cyprus Academic Forum, Intercollege, Cyprus, Friday 9 March, 2007; Eastern Mediterranean University, TRNC, Friday 9 March, 2007; National Democratic Institute, Washington, D.C., Thursday 29 March, 2007; US Institute of Peace, Washington D.C., Monday 2 April, 2007; UN Department of Political Affairs, New York City, Tuesday 3 April, 2007. The People’s Peace. International Conference on Public Opinion, Democracy and Peace Making, at the Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, May 22-23, 2006. Using Polls as a Strategic Intervention in Conflict Resolution. Conflict Prevention and Resolution Forum. Kenney Auditorium, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC. Tuesday December 13, 2005 Public Opinion and the Politics of Peace Research: Northern Ireland, Balkans, Israel, Palestine, Cyprus, Muslim World and the ‘War on Terror’. WAPOR 58th Annual Conference: Search for a New World Order – the Role of Public Opinion, Cannes, France, September 15-17, 2005. A People’s Peace process for Bosnia and Herzegovina? States, Nations, Territories: Selfdetermination and Security in the Contemporary World, University of Bath, England, UK, 23-25 September 2004. Learning from the Northern Ireland Peace Process, Institute for Community Peace, Washington DC, October 23, 2003. Public Opinion and the Good Friday Agreement, US Institute of Peace, Washington DC, October 21, 2003. New Developments in Public Diplomacy: Learning from the Northern Ireland Peace Process, William K. Fung Multidisciplinary Workshop on: ‘Communicating with Skeptical Audiences – Challenges and Solutions,’ University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Oct 16- 17. 2003. The Belfast Story: News Media and Polls as Mediators for Peace, Global Affairs Institute, The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, October 14, 2003. 13 The Thorny Issues in Peace Polling and Reporting, The Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University, October 13, 2003. Polling for the Belfast Agreement: Lessons for the Resolution of Conflict, WAPOR Seminar, ‘Public Opinion, Polls and Policies’ Zurich, Switzerland, June 26 – 28, 2003. Peace, Stability and Elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (fYROM), Symposium organised for Greek Minister of Macedonia and Thrace, Thessaloniki, Greece, 29 April, 2002. How Public Opinion Polls Were Used In Support Of The Northern Ireland Peace Process, Fourth Pan-European International Relations Conference, 8-10, September, 2001, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK. Section 33-4, International Negotiations – The Structure of Negotiation. Territoriality and Politics in Contemporary North Belfast, European Consortium for Political Research, 6-8, September, 2001, University of Kent, Canterbury, England, UK. Section 16-2a, Disputed Territories: The Social, Political, and Economic Dimensions of Territory in Ethnonational Conflicts: Theoretical Perspectives. How Public Opinion Polls Were Used In Support Of The Northern Ireland Peace Process, International Political Science Association, Belfast Colloquium, 25-28July, 2001, Centre for the Study of Ethnic Conflict, School of Politics, Queen’s University Belfast. How Public Opinion Polls Were Used In Support Of The Northern Ireland Peace Process, From Violence to Politics, Fifth International Conference of the Ethnic Studies Network, 27–30, June, 2001, Aberfoyle House, Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland, UK. Organised by INCORE and the Ethnic Studies Network. Public Opinion During the Peace Process. Northern Ireland: Paths to Peace, Conference in University College Cork, 20th and 21st October. 2000. The People’s Peace Process: Northern Ireland and the Role of Public Opinion Polls in Political Negotiations. YOUNG PARLIAMENTARIANS’ PROJECT – The Interaction between those Actively Involved in Political Life and the Media in Western and Southeastern Europe, Center for Democracy and Reconciliation In Southeast Europe, Thessaloniki, Greece, 1st & 2nd April, 2000. The ‘Belfast Agreement’ and the use of Public Opinion Polls at the Stormont Talks. International Peace Research Institute. Oslo. November 3rd. 1998. The Northern Ireland Peace Process. Norwegian Humanistic Academy, Norway. November 2nd. 1998. The Role of Political Education in the Peace Process in Peace Building Strategies. Panel presentation and discussion. The Fourth European Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution. Belfast. October 9-13. 1998. Education and Peace Building in Israel and Northern Ireland. Tolerance in Transition – Symposium of the German Commission for UNESCO and the Institute of Political Science, University of Magdeburg, October 14-16, 1995. Education, Peace Building and Human Rights. A Conference Paper sent to all UNESCO member states in preparation for the 44th Session of the International Conference on Education, Genève, October 1994 and for the 1995 UN Year of Tolerance. 14 Sectarianism in Education, Peace Building and Human Rights. International Conference on Religion and Conflict, Armagh, Northern Ireland, May 1994. Oral evidence given to the Opsahl Commission. Belfast, February 16th. 1993. L’ Education et le Développement de l’ Integration Socîale. Symposium on, “Le Dialogue Interculturel” organised by UNESCO, the Académie Royale des Sciences Exactes Pysiques et Naturelles, the Académie Royale des Sciences Morales et Politiques, the Association DESCARTES and the European Academy of Arts, Sciences and Humanities at the Académie Royale des Sciences, Madrid. November 1992. Integrated Education: From Theory to Practice in Divided Societies. The First Conference of the Ethnic Studies Network, Northern Ireland. June 1992. Naturalistic Ethics For A ‘New World Order’. Symposium on The Natural Foundations of Ethics, Foundation pour la Rechercher Médicale and Fidia France, Paris. November 1991. Education and the Development of Social Integration in Divided Societies. First International Congress on Prejudice, Discrimination and Conflict, Jerusalem. July 1991. The Sociobiology of Ethnocentrism. Symposium organised by P. L. van den Berghe at the First International Congress on Prejudice, Discrimination and Conflict, Jerusalem. July 1991. The Development of ‘Social Badges’ and consequences for conflict in humans. Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour, Summer Meeting, Queen’s University of Belfast. July 1990. Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State. The Review of Demography and its Implications for Economic and Social Policy, Demographic Review Secretariat, Symposium on Studies from Second Phase, Ottawa. December 1988. The Inuit and the Evolution of Limited Group Conflict. 9th. Meeting of the European Sociobiology Society, Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem. January 1987. Chesterfield Inlet: A Discussion Paper on Some Demographic, Social and Economic Problems Facing the New Generation. 84th.. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. December 1985. The Sociocultural Biology of Netsilingmiut Female Infanticide. 25th. Annual Conference, Northeastern Anthropological Association, Lake Placid, N.Y. April 1985. A Study in the Evolution of Ethnocentrism. 5th. Meeting of the European Sociobiology Society, Oxford University. January 1985. 15 Documentary Films “Belfast Lessons,” (1994). A television series of 54 separate programs co-produced by Channel 4 (London) and Point du Jour (Paris) that focused on the day to day lives of working class children who attended the integrated school of Hazlewood College in North Belfast. Broadcasts were as follow:- 10 Sunday programs that reviewed the previous week – broadcast on Sept. 18th.(25 min.), Sept. 25th. (25 min.), Oct. 2nd. (20 min.), Oct. 9th. (25 min.), Oct. 16th. (20 min.), Oct. 23rd. (10 min.), Oct. 30th. (5 min.), Nov. 6th. (15 min.), Nov. 13th. (15 min.) and Nov. 20th. (15 min.). 43 Week day programs that portrayed different aspects of social life – broadcast for three minuets after the 7 O’clock News in place of “The Slot” on September Mon. 19th., Tue. 20th., Wen. 21st., Mon. 26th., Tue. 27th., Wen. 28th., Thur. 29th., October Mon. 3rd., Tue. 4th, Wen. 5th, Thur. 6th., Mon. 10th., Tue. 11th., Wen. 12., Thur. 13., Mon. 17th., Tue. 18th., Wen. 19th., Thur. 20th., Mon. 24th., Tue. 25th. Wen. 26th. Thur. 27th., Mon. 31st., November Tue. 1st., Wen. 2nd., Thur. 3rd., Mon. 7th., Tue. 8th., Wen. 9th., Thur. 10th., Mon. 14th., Tue. 15th., Wen. 16th., Thur. 17th., Mon. 21st., Tue. 22nd., Wen. 23rd., Thur. 24th., Mon. 28th., Wen. 30th., December Thur. 1st. and Fri. 2nd. A single one hour documentary “Belfast Lessons: Inside the Peace Process”, broadcast on Sunday December 16th. 1994. “How Many Sleeps to Thom Bay,” (1974). Made in co-operation with Southern Independent Television. A one hour documentary film that investigates the problems and implications of culture change amongst the Inuit of Spence Bay, Northwest Territories, Canada. Research Oriented Field Work 2011, Public Opinion and Peacemaking: Egypt, Philippines (Manila and Mindanao). 2010, Public Opinion and Peacemaking: Israel, Palestine, Sri Lanka. 2009, Public Opinion and Peacemaking: Cyprus, US, Israel, Palestine, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Lebanon. 2008, Public Opinion and Peacemaking: Israel, Palestine, Sri Lanka. 2007, Public Opinion and Peacemaking: Cyprus, US, Switzerland, Israel, Palestine, Kosovo, Serbia, Kashmir, Sri Lanka. 2006, UK Muslim community (Public opinion polls and conflict resolution). 2005, Kosovo and Serbia (Public opinion polls and conflict resolution). 2004, Bosnia and Herzegovina (Public opinion polls and conflict resolution). 2002, Israel, Palestine (Jerusalem and West Bank), Cyprus (North and South), Macedonia (fYROM) and Greece (Public opinion polls and conflict resolution). 1995 to 2004, Northern Ireland (Peace building and conflict resolution in general). Autumn 1994, Hazlewood College and working class communities of North Belfast, Northern Ireland (Youth and community relations). 16 1988 to 1994, Lagan College, Belfast, Northern Ireland (Integrated and segregated education). 1989 to 1990, Israel Institute of Applied Social Research, Jerusalem, Israel (Integrated and segregated education). 1987 to 1988, Chesterfield Inlet and Rankin Inlet, Arctic Canada (Integrated education and Health and Welfare Canada Study). Summer 1985, Chesterfield Inlet, Arctic Canada. (Community Study). Winter 1982-1983, Repulse Bay, Chesterfield & Rankin Inlet, Arctic Canada. (Ph. D. Dissertation). Summer 1980, Chesterfield Inlet, Arctic Canada. (M.A. Thesis). Winter 1976-1977, Chesterfield Inlet, Arctic Canada. (Mythology & Autobiography Collection). Winter 1971-1972, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven & Spence Bay, Arctic Canada. (Inuit Navigation).

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