Dr Daragh Minogue
Principal Lecturer- Communications
Dr Minogue has previously ran degree courses in Irish Studies, media and journalism. His expertise are in politics, media history and the theory and practice of journalism.
Daragh gained a first class degree in political science at Portsmouth University before studying for his doctorate. His PhD thesis investigated the political influence of the Catholic Church in Ireland between 1986 and 1996, focusing on the historic 1995 Divorce Referendum.
Daragh has previously taught at the London School of Economics, Portsmouth University and Kingston University. He advises newsrooms on ethics and consults for other journalism training courses in the UK, including running NCTJ public affairs workshops for trainee reporters in the regional press.