Eamonn is the National Army Museum Junior Research Fellow at Queens’ College. His research interests include military music, duelling and honour among British army officers, and the broader connections between war and society in the long eighteenth century (1688–1815). He also convenes the Centre’s military history working group.

Eamonn’s DPhil work on military music during the Napoleonic Wars has been awarded the André Corvisier Prize by the International Commission of Military History and the Pollard Prize by the Institute for Historical Research. A Trustee of the Society for Army Historical Research, Eamonn has published several peer-reviewed articles and discussed his work widely in the media, appearing twice on the BBC’s hit family history show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’


History, Military

Military History Working Group

Monday 13th November, 2023

Military History Working Group

History, Military

Military History Working Group, with Dr Dan Larsen and Dr Matilda Greig

History, Intelligence, World War II

Military History Working Group, Visit to the Churchill Archives Centre

Military, War

Military History Working Group, with Italo Brandimarte


Military History Working Group, with Tom Lowman and Danny Orbach

Borders, History, Military

First meeting: Military History Working Group