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Sean Farrell Moran, American historian. Folger Institute Fellow, 1980-81, teaching fellow, American University, 1980, 81, 82, 83, 84, American University Research fellow, 1980-89, Hurst Fellow, 1984-85. Membe:r American Conference Irish Studies, Irish-American Cultural Institute, North American Conference of British Studies, American Historical Association, IWW, American Assocation of University Professors


Moran, Sean Farrell was born on December 17, 1951 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Peter Joseph and Marilayne (Fullmer) Moran. Grew up in Wheaton Maryland and lived in Rockville, Kensington, Annandale,Va., Washington, D.C.


Associate of Arts, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 1976. Bachelor, American University, 1978. Master of Arts, American University, 1984.

Doctor of Philosophy, American University, 1989.


Manager Foxhall Gallery, Washington, 1972-1975. Psychiatric technical II Chestnut Lodge Hospital, Rockville, Maryland, 1977-1982. Teaching fellow American University, Washington, 1980-1985.

Junior fellow Folger Institute Renaissance and 18th Century Studies, 1980. Mental health counselor Georgetown University Hospital, 1984-1986. Professional lecturer Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 1985-1989.

Instructor Prince Georges Community College, Largo, 1988-1990. Adjunct professor Montgomery College, 1989-1990. Professorial lecturer American University, 1989-1990. Assistant Professor, History, Oakland University, 1990-1994. Associate Professor, History, Oakland University, 1994-Present. Director, Master of Liberal Arts, Oakland University.


  • President, Midwest Region of the American Conference of Irish Studies

    History Representative, National Executive Committee, American Conference of Irish Studies,

    Regional Representative, National Executive Committee, American Association of University Professors,

    Teaching Committee, American Association of University Professors

    History Review Editor, H-Net


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.




Member American Conference Irish Studies, Irish-American Cultural Institute, N. American Conference British Studies, American History Association.


  • Other Interests

    Photography, painting.


Married Julie Gilroy, January 13, 1984.

Peter Joseph Moran

Marilayne (Fullmer) Moran

Julie Gilroy