Edward Molloy was awarded his PhD from Queen’s University Belfast for his doctoral thesis entitled “Race, History, Nationality: An Intellectual History of the Young Ireland movement 1842-52”.  Previously, he studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he received a distinction in the MA programme in Postcolonial Culture and Global Policy. Before that, he studied at the University of Glasgow. He joined the University of Liverpool Institute of Irish Studies as a Busteed Postdoctoral Scholar in the summer of 2018 before being appointed lecturer there the following year. He has also taught at Queen’s University, Belfast and Newham College in East London. Edward has also worked as a researcher for the Electoral Reform Society. He has recently been awarded a Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship for his two-year project entitled “Between History and Revolution: Radical Irish Separatism from Tone to Pearse”, which re-evaluates the intellectual underpinning of Irish nationalism in the long nineteenth century. He was recently awarded the IRC “Maurice J Bric Medal of Excellence” for being the top-ranked postdoctoral researcher in the Arts Humanities and Social Science category. His recent work has appeared in Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Victorian Periodicals Review and Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.