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Marc Mulholland

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Marc Mulholland is a Professor of Modern History at St Catherine’s College, Oxford University. He specialises in the development of international socialism, the history of political thought, Revolution and modern Ireland. Marc is from County Antrim in Ireland, one of nine children. As his father was a forester he grew up in the woods at Portglenone. He lives in Oxford with his partner, Victoria.

Books by Marc Mulholland

The Murderer of Warren Street

Immortalised in Victor Hugo's Les Miserables, this is the true story of a life more remarkable than fiction: Emmanuel Barthélemy - Victorian murderer, barricade fighter and revolutionary.

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