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Mark Duncan is a co-founder of the InQuest Research Group who has spent over two decades designing and managing large-scale research projects for clients in the media, Government and the voluntary and private sectors. He is the author of numerous reports and books, including The GAA: A People’s History (2009), Handling Change: A History of the Irish Bank Officials Association (2012) and Creating Ireland: Research & the Role of the Humanities and Social Sciences (2014). A former Director of the GAA Oral History Project at Boston College-Ireland, he has also acted as Head of Research for RTÉ Current Affairs, holding editorial responsibility for programming on a broad array of political and state events. He is currently a Director of the Century Ireland project, based at Boston College-Ireland and a regular media contributor.
Contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org, 086-8125655
Dr. Paul Rouse is co-founder of InQuest Research Group and is a lecturer in the University College Dublin School of History, where he teaches on a range of areas, including on the modern history of Britain and Ireland after 1800. He is the author of a number of books and academic articles, including Ireland’s Own Soil: Government and Agriculture in Ireland (2001), The GAA: A People’s History (2009) and Sport and Ireland: A History (2015). He is a former winner of the Journalist of the Year award with the Prime Time Investigates team in RTÉ. He is currently a Director of the Century Ireland project and a regular media contributor.
Contact Paul at email@example.com, 087-9422500
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