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McCully, Alan (2018) Teaching History and Educating for Citizenship: Allies or ‘uneasy bedfellows’ in a post-conflict context ? In: Teaching and Learning History in Difficult Contexts: A Critical Sociocultural Approach. (Eds: Epstein, Terrie and Peck, Carla), Routledge, New York, pp. 160-174. ISBN 9781138702479 [Book section]


McCully, Alan, Psaltis, C, Agbaria, A, Makriyianni, C, Pingel, F, Karahasan, H, Carretero, M, Oguz, M, Choplarou, R, Philippou, S, Wagner, W and Papadakis, Y (2017) Recommendations for the History Teaching of Intergroup Conflicts. European Cooperation in Science and Technology COST. COST IS 1205 Working Group.. 16 pp. [Research report (external)]

McCully, Alan and Reilly, J (2017) History Teaching to Promote Positive Community Relations in Northern Ireland: Tensions between Pedagogy, Social Psychological Theory and Professional Practice in Two recent Projects. In: History Education and Conflict Transformation: Social Psychological Theories, History Teaching and Reconciliation. (Eds: Psaltis, Charis, Carretero, Mario and Čehajić-Clancy, Sabina), Palgrave-Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland (ebook), pp. 301-320. ISBN 978-3-319-54681-0 [Book section]

Namphande, Peter, Clarke, Linda, Farren, Sean and McCully, Alan (2017) Education for democratic citizenship in Malawian secondary schools: balancing student voice and adult privilege. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, Online . pp. 1-19. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan and Clarke, Linda (2016) A place for fundamental (British) values in teacher education in Northern Ireland? Journal of Education for Teaching, 42 (3). pp. 354-368. [Journal article]

Smith, Alan, Datzberger, Simone and McCully, Alan (2016) The Integration of Education and Peacebuilding: Synthesis Report on Myanmar, Pakistan, South Africa and Uganda. UNICEF. UNICEF, New York. 112 pp. [Research report (external)]

Waldron, Fionnuala and McCully, Alan (2016) Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland: Eroded Certainties and New Possibilities. In: Teaching History and the Changing Nation State : Transnational and Intranational Perspectives. (Eds: Guyver, Robert), Bloomsbury, London, pp. 52-73. ISBN 978-1-4742-2587-8 [Book section]


Datzberger, Simone, McCully, Alan and Smith, Alan (2015) Education and Peacebuilding in Uganda. UNICEF - PBEA. UNICEF Learning for Peace. 122 pp. [Research report (external)]

Datzberger, Simone, McCully, Alan and Smith, Alan (2015) Education and Peacebuilding in Uganda. UNICEF. UNICEF. 122 pp. [Research report (external)]

McCully, Alan, Scott, Darren, O'Hagan, Donal and Pettis, Sean (2015) Oral History and Understanding a Troubled Past. MuseumEdu 2, 2 . pp. 89-99. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan and Waldron, Fionnuala (2015) ‘A Question of Identity? Purpose, Policy and practice in the Teaching of History in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. In: Identity, Trauma, Sensitive Issues in the Teaching of History. (Eds: Cooper, Hilary and Nichol, Jon), Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle, pp. 2-24. ISBN 9781443880923 [Book section]


McCully, Alan, Bates, Jessica, Hunter, Aideen and O'Connor, Una (2014) Shared teachers - what we can learn from the Primary Integrating and Enriching Education (PIEE) project in Northern Ireland. In: Education Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Athlone. Unpublished. 17 pp. [Conference contribution]

McCully, Alan and Emerson, Lesley (2014) Teaching controversial issues in Northern Ireland. In: Cross-cultural Case-studies in Controversial Issues: Pathways and Challenges in Democratic Citizenship Education. (Eds: T. Misco, Thomas and de Groof, Jan), Legal Wolf Publishers, Tilberg, pp. 1-274. ISBN 9789058508249 [Book section]


McCully, Alan and Smith, Ron (2013) Organisational self-evaluation and teacher education for community relations in a transforming society? European Journal of Teacher Education, online . [Journal article]

McCully, Alan and Waldron, Fionnuala (2013) A Question of Identity? Purpose, Policy and Practice in the Teaching of History in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. International Journal of History Learning, Teaching and Research, 11 (2). pp. 145-158. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan, Boxtel, C and Mills, G, eds. (2012) The Professional Teaching of History: UK and Dutch Perspectives. Coleraine. 168 pp. HTEN / VGN. ISBN 9780853582809 [Book (edited)]

Barton, K.C. and McCully, Alan (2012) Trying to “see things differently”: Northern Ireland Students’ Struggle to Understand Alternative Historical Perspectives. Theory & Research in Social Education, 40 (4). pp. 371-408. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan (2012) History Teaching, Conflict and the Legacy of the Past. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 7 (2). pp. 145-159. [Journal article]


Reilly, Jacqueline and McCully, A.W. (2011) Critical Thinking And History Teaching In A Contested Society: The Potential Influence Of Social Cognitions. In: American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans. American Educational Research Association. 7 pp. [Conference contribution]


McCully, Alan (2010) History Teaching, 'Truth Recovery' and Reconciliation. In: Memory and Pedagogy. (Eds: Mitchell, Claudia, Strong-Wilson, Teresa, Pithouse, Kathleen and Allnutt, Susann), Routledge, pp. 161-176. ISBN 978-0-415-88380-1 [Book section]

McCully, Alan (2010) What Role for History Teaching in the Transitional Justice Process in Deeply Divided Societies? In: Contemporary Public Debates Over History Education: A volume in International Review of History Education. (Eds: Nakou, Irene and Barca, Isobel), Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, North Carolina, pp. 169-184. ISBN 978-1-61735-107-5 [Book section]

McCully, Alan and Barton, K.C. (2010) “You can form your own point of view”: Internally persuasive discourse in Northern Ireland Students’ encounters with History. Teachers’ College Record, 112 (1). pp. 142-181. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan (2009) The Contribution of History Teaching to Peace-building. In: Handbook of Peace Education. (Eds: Salomon, Gavriel and Cairns, Ed), Psychology Press, pp. 213-222. ISBN 978-0-8058-6252-2 [Book section]

McCully, Alan and Barton, (2009) When History teaching really matters: understanding the intervention of School History on students’ neighbourhood learning in Northern Ireland. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 8 (1). pp. 28-46. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan and Montgomery, Alison (2009) Knowledge, skills and dispositions:educating history teachers in a divided society. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 8 (2). pp. 92-105. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan (2008) Reflections on the Local and global Citizenship Programmes in Northern Ireland. In: Education for Citizenship and Diversity in Irish Contexts. (Eds: O'Connor, Una and Jeffers, Gerry), Institute of Public Administration, pp. 1-10. ISBN 978-1-904541-77-6 [Book section]


McCully, A.W. and Barton, K.C. (2007) Teaching Controversial Issues.... where controversial issues really matter. Teaching History, 127 (127). [Journal article]

McCully, Alan (2007) Recent Research on Teaching History in Northern Ireland: Informing Curriculum Change. Nuffield Foundation. UNESCO Centre, University of Ulster. 42 pp. [Research report (external)]


McCully, Alan (2006) Practitioner perceptions of their role in facilitating the handling of controversial issues in contested societies: a Northern Irish experience. Educational Review, 58 (1). pp. 51-56. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan, O'Connor, Una, Smith, Ron, Kelly, Clodagh and Hartop, Brendan (2006) What does it mean to be a community relations professional in Northern Irish education? Some research-based answers. Reflective Practice, 7 (2). pp. 215-231. [Journal article]


Barton, K.C. and McCully, A.W. (2005) History, Identity and the School Curriculum in Northern Ireland: An Empirical Study of Secondary Students’ Ideas and Perspectives. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 37 (1). pp. 85-116. [Journal article]

Clarke, Linda and McCully, Alan (2005) Northern Ireland: Cultural Conflict and Change. In: Cultural Issues of our Time. (Eds: Lidstone, L.), Cambridge Press, Melbourne, pp. 157-167. ISBN 9780521604963 : 0521604966 [Book section]

McCully, Alan (2005) History Education's Response to a Divided Community: the example of Northern Ireland. Storia e Memoria, xiv (1). pp. 97-106. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan (2005) Teaching Controversial Issues in a Divided Society: Learning from Northern Ireland. Prospero, 11 (4). pp. 38-46. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan (2005) Controversial Issues, Citizenship and History. In: Teaching Sensitive and Controversial Issues in History. (Eds: Mills, Garry), History Teacher Education Network, pp. 34-43. ISBN 978-085-358-2311 [Book section]

McCully, Alan and Barton, K.C. (2005) Learning history and inheriting the past:The interaction of school and community perspectives in Northern Ireland. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 5 (1). pp. 1-9. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan and Kitson, Alison (2005) ‘You hear about it for real in school.’ Avoiding, containing and risk-taking in the history classroom. Teaching History, 120 (120). pp. 32-37. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan, Barton, K.C. and Marks, M.J. (2004) Reflecting on elementary children's understanding of history and social studies: An inquiry project with beginning teachers in Northern Ireland and the United States. Journal of Teacher Education, 55 (55). pp. 70-90. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan and Pilgrim, Nigel (2004) ‘‘They took Ireland away from us and we have to fight to get it back’’: Using fictional characters to explore the relationship between historical interpretation and contemporary attitudes. Teaching History, 114 (114). pp. 17-21. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan (2003) History Education’s Responses to a Divided Community: the example of Northern Ireland. History in Teaching (Journal of the Society for Croatian History)., 2 (2). [Journal article]

McCully, Alan (2003) History teaching and the perpetuation of memories: The Northern Ireland experience. In: The Role of memory in Ethnic Conflict. (Eds: Cairns, Ed and Roe, Michael), Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 107-124. ISBN 780333751336 [Book section]

McCully, Alan, Barton, K.C. and Conway, Margaret (2003) History Education and National Identity in Northern Ireland. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 3 (1). pp. 31-43. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan, Hartop, Brendan and Barton, Keith (2003) Teaching History in Societies Emerging from Conflict. Nuffield Foundation. UNESCO Centre, University of Ulster.. 19 pp. [Research report (external)]

O'Connor, Una, Hartop, Brendan and McCully, Alan (2003) A research stuty of pupil perceptions of the schools community relations programme. 20 pp. [Confidential report (external)]


McCully, Alan, Pilgrim, Nigel, Sutherland, Aleric and McMinn, Tara (2002) “Don’t worry, Mr. Trimble, we can handle it” : balancing the emotional with the rational in teaching of contentious topics. Teaching History, 106 (106). pp. 6-12. [Journal article]

O'Connor, Una, Hartop, Brendan and McCully, Alan (2002) A review of the schools community relations programme. Department of Education. 67 pp. [Research report (external)]


McCully, Alan and Montgomery, Alison (2000) What have values got to do with it? In: Innovation and methodology: Opportunities and Constraints in History Teacher Education. (Eds: Easdown, Graeme), History Teacher Education Network, pp. 55-66. ISBN 1870863100 [Book section]


McCully, Alan, O'Doherty, Marian and Smyth, Paul (1999) The Speak Your Piece Project: Exploring controversial issues in Northern Ireland. In: Peacebuilding for Adolescents: Strategies for Teachers and Community Leaders. (Eds: Forcey, Linda and Harris, Ian), Peter Lang, pp. 119-138. ISBN 082043745X [Book section]

McCully, Alan, Phillips, Robert, Goalen, Paul and Wood, Sydney (1999) Four Histories, One nation? History teaching, nationhood and a British identity. Compare, 29 (2). pp. 153-169. [Journal article]

McCully, Alan, Smyth, Paul and O'Doherty, Marian (1999) Exploring Controversial Issues in Northern Ireland. Irish Educational Studies, 18 . pp. 49-61. [Journal article]


McCully, Alan (1998) “The Teaching of History in a Divided Community”. Council of Europe. Council of Europe. 14 pp. [Research report (external)]


McCully, Alan (1997) Key Questions, Planning, and Extended Writing. Teaching History, n/a (89). pp. 31-35. [Journal article]


Smith, Alan, McCully, Alan, O'Doherty, Marian, Smyth, Paul and O'Connor, Una (1996) Speak Your Piece. Exploring Controversial Issues. A Guide for Teachers, Youth and Community Workers. Channel 4 Television [Artefact]


McCully, Alan (1995) The Northern Irish History Curriculum and National Identity. In: Professional Preparation and Professional Development in a Climate of Change. (Eds: Kerr, David and O'Neill, Cliff), Standing Conference of History Teacher Educators / University College of St Martin, Lancaster, pp. 13-21. ISBN 1870863003 [Book section]


McCully, Alan (1987) Irish History in the Classroom. In: Irish History in the Classroom: Research, resources and realisation, Cultra Manor. DENI. 4 pp. [Conference contribution]


Devers, A., McCall, D., McCully, Alan and McMaster, C. (1985) North Antrim and the Glens. North Eastern Education and Library Board Resource Centre. Antrim. 81 pp ISBN None [Book (authored)]

McCully, Alan (1985) The Relevance of Social Studies to the Teaching of Irish History. In: Essays on History Teaching in Northern Ireland. (Eds: Austin, R), University of Ulster Faculty of Education Resource Centre, Coleraine, pp. 55-65. ISBN 0901229717 [Book section]

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