Dominic Bryan
Dominic Bryan
Professor, Anthropology, Queen's University Belfast
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Orange parades: The politics of ritual, tradition and control
D Bryan
Pluto Press, 2000
Parade and protest: A discussion of parading disputes in Northern Ireland
N Jarman, D Bryan
Centre for the Study of Conflict, University of Ulster, 1996
Transforming conflict: Flags and emblems
D Bryan, G Gillespie
Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast, 2005
Symbols in Northern Ireland
AD Buckley
Inst of Irish Studies, 1998
The flag dispute: Anatomy of a protest
P Nolan, D Bryan, C Dwyer, K Hayward, K Radford, P Shirlow
Queen's University Belfast, 2014
Political rituals: loyalist parades in Portadown
D Bryan, TG Fraser, S Dunn
Centre for the Study of Conflict, 1995
Beyond group engagement: Multiple pathways from encounters with the police to cooperation and compliance in Northern Ireland
S Pehrson, L Devaney, D Bryan, DL Blaylock
PloS one 12 (9), e0184436, 2017
From riots to rights: Nationalist parades in the North of Ireland
N Jarman, D Bryan
Centre for the Study of Conflict University of Ulster, 1998
Flagging peace
D Bryan, C Stevenson
Culture and belonging in divided societies, 68-84, 2012
The politics of community
D Bryan
Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 9 (4), 603-617, 2006
The failed paradigm of ‘terrorism’
D Bryan, L Kelly, S Templer
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 3 (2), 80-96, 2011
Peace at Last?: The Impact of the Good Friday Agreement on Northern Ireland
J Neuheiser, S Wolff
Berghahn Books, 2004
Memory Ireland: Volume 1: History and Modernity
O Frawley
Syracuse University Press, 2011
Drumcree and ‘the right to march’: Orangeism, ritual and politics in Northern Ireland
D Bryan
The Irish Parading Tradition, 191-207, 2000
Parallel lives: Intergroup contact, threat, and the segregation of everyday activity spaces.
J Dixon, C Tredoux, G Davies, J Huck, B Hocking, B Sturgeon, D Whyatt, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (3), 457, 2020
Parading tradition, protesting triumphalism: utilising anthropology in public policy
D Bryan, N Jarman
Culture and policy in Northern Ireland: anthropology in the public arena …, 1997
Sites of creation and contest in Northern Ireland
D Bryan, G McIntosh
SAIS Review of International Affairs 25 (2), 127-137, 2005
Deepening democracy-dispute system design and the mediation of contested parades in Northern Ireland
M Hamilton, D Bryan
Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 22, 133, 2006
Belfast: Urban Space," Policing" and Sectarian Polarization
D Bryan
Wounded Cities, 251-269, 2020
Exploring segregation and sharing in Belfast: A PGIS approach
JJ Huck, JD Whyatt, J Dixon, B Sturgeon, B Hocking, G Davies, N Jarman, ...
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (1), 223-241, 2019
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