Dr Martin Doherty

Principal Lecturer

DepartmentHumanities
Research groupHistory Research Group

Research outputs

‘Roving Vultures’. Television News and the Outbreak of the Troubles in Northern Ireland
Doherty, M.A. 2019. ‘Roving Vultures’. Television News and the Outbreak of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. Advanced online publication. doi:10.1080/01439685.2019.1600915

Tackling the terrorists: the experience of internment without trial in Northern Ireland
Doherty, M.A. 2015. Tackling the terrorists: the experience of internment without trial in Northern Ireland. Journal on European History of Law. 6 (1), pp. 76-83.

Religion, community relations and constructive unionism: the Arlow disturbances of 1890-1892
Doherty, M.A. 2005. Religion, community relations and constructive unionism: the Arlow disturbances of 1890-1892. in: Murphy, J.H. (ed.) Evangelicals and Catholics in nineteenth-century Ireland Dublin, Ireland Four Courts Press. pp. 223-234

The attack on the Altmark: a case study in wartime propaganda
Doherty, M.A. 2003. The attack on the Altmark: a case study in wartime propaganda. Journal of Contemporary History. 38 (2), pp. 187-200. doi:10.1177/0022009403038002129

Kevin Barry and the Anglo-Irish Propaganda War
Doherty, M.A. 2000. Kevin Barry and the Anglo-Irish Propaganda War. Irish Historical Studies. 32 (126), pp. 217-231. doi:10.1017/S0021121400014851

Nazi Wireless Propaganda: Lord Haw-Haw and British Public Opinion in the Second World War
Doherty, M.A. 2000. Nazi Wireless Propaganda: Lord Haw-Haw and British Public Opinion in the Second World War. Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.

Black Propaganda by Radio: the German Concordia broadcasts to Britain 1940–1941
Doherty, M.A. 1994. Black Propaganda by Radio: the German Concordia broadcasts to Britain 1940–1941. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 14 (2), pp. 167-197. doi:10.1080/01439689400260141

Book review: Irish nationalism and European integration: the official redefinition of the island of Ireland, by Katie Hayward
Doherty, M.A. 2013. Book review: Irish nationalism and European integration: the official redefinition of the island of Ireland, by Katie Hayward. National Identities. 15 (2), pp. 220-222. doi:10.1080/14608944.2012.738970