Jackson, James

James Jackson holds a DPhil from the University of Oxford. He taught at the universities of Montpellier, Oxford and Leeds before moving to Ireland on his appointment to the French department of Trinity College Dublin (the University of Dublin).

For thirty years, he taught French language and literature there, specialising in the thought of the French Enlightenment and in Quebec history and literature. He is a former president of the Association of Canadian Studies in Ireland and the author of The Riot that Never Was: The Military Shooting of Three Montrealers in 1832 and the Official Cover-up (Baraka Books, Montreal 2009). The French translation, L'Émeute inventée (VLB, Montreal), was published in October 2014.

He is a regular commentator on British affairs for Radio-Canada television.


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