Miriam Nyhan Grey

Associate Director, Glucksman Ireland House NYU, Director of Graduate Studies, MA in Irish and Irish-American Studies

Education

Ph.D., 2008, European University Institute (Florence); M.Phil., University College Cork; B.A., University College Cork

Areas of Research/Interest

Twentieth-century Irish migration to New York and London.
'Are You Still Below?' The Ford Marina Plant, Cork 1917-1984, The Collins Press, Cork, Ireland, 2007

'Narration and Memory: The experiences of the workforce of a Ford plant', Irish Economic and Social History, Vol. 33, (2006)

'La fuerza de trabajo en una planta Ford (Cork, Irlanda)', Historia, Antropologia y Fuentes Orales, Vol. 37, (2007)

In the News


Miriam Nyhan Grey interviewed on the Today Show for a special St. Patrick's day feature - March 13, 2013

Miriam Nyhan interviewed by Peter McDermott about county associations for the Irish Echo - January 6, 2011

Miriam Nyhan interviewed by Cahir O'Doherty about the county associations for the Irish Voice - November 18, 2010

Miriam Nyhan interviewed on the Adrian Flanelly Show about The Fifth Province exhibit - November 6, 2010

Miriam Nyhan gives a talk, "Fraternally Yours: 160 Years of County Associations in New York" - November 4, 2010

Miriam Nyhan participates in "Who Do We Think We Are?" 2010, covered by IrishCentral.com - May 24, 2010

Miriam Nyhan gives a talk, "Irish Immigrants & County Associations in NYC, 1946-61" to the New York Irish History Roundtable - December 5, 2009