Louis Cullen

Irish diplomat, academic, historian, author and Japanologist

Louis Michael Cullen (born 1932) is an Irish diplomat, academic, historian, author and Japanologist.[1] He is Professor of Modern Irish History at Trinity College in Dublin.[2]

Early life change

Cullen's family came from New Ross in County Wexford. He earned a Master's degree at University College Galway. he was awarded a doctorate at the London School of Economics.[1]

Career change

Cullen joined the Irish Diplomatic Corps. He was posted Paris where he began research into the historic trading links between Ireland and France.[1]

In 1963, he became a lecturer in history at Trinity College. He was appointed professor in 1972.

Selected works change

In an overview of writings by and about Cullen, OCLC/WorldCat lists roughly 70+ works in 150+ publications in 7 languages and 4,600+ library holdings.[3]

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  • Anglo-Irish Trade 1600-1800, 1968
  • The Formation of the Irish Economy, 1969
  • An Economic History of Ireland Since 1660, 1972
  • Négoce et industrie en France et en Irlande aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles: actes du Colloque franco-irlandais d'histoire, Bordeaux, mai, 1978, 1980
  • The Emergence of Modern Ireland 1600-1900, 1981
  • The Hidden Ireland: Reassesment of a Concept, 1988
  • Hidden Ireland: Reassessment of a Concept, 1988
  • Culture et pratiques politiques en France et en Irlande XVIe-XVIIIe siècle: actes colloque de Marseille 28 septembre-2 octobre 1988, 1990
  • A History of Japan 1582-1941: Internal and Eexternal Worlds, 2003

Notes change

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 2003 "Riverdance Originators Among Five Distinguished Honorary Degree Recipients," Archived 2011-10-05 at the Wayback Machine University News (National University of Ireland Maynooth), June 2003, p. 2; retrieved 2012-11-9.
  2. Library of Congress Authority File, Cullen, Louis Michael; retrieved 2012-11-9.
  3. WorldCat Identities: Cullen, L. M. (Louis M.); retrieved 2012-11-9.

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