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Gerard McCann

Gerard McCann grew up in the north of Ireland and currently lives in Lisburn, County Antrim. He is a senior lecturer in International Studies and head of International Activities at St Mary's University College, Queen's University, Belfast. He has been an Erasmus Coordinator for fifteen years and in that capacity has worked in numerous universities across the European Union. He spent the past four summers teaching on courses in Poland and Hungary. He has worked in an advisory capacity at governmental and EU level, and has guest lecturing experience in the USA, Africa and across Europe.
He has published a number of books on regional and international development. In his spare time, he acts as an advocate for the African diaspora in the UK and Ireland. Lustration is his first novel.


  • Lustration


    For Professor Luka Gabreski, scholar and son of a Polish émigré, the process of Lustration is more of an academic exercise than a personal quest. For Doctor Kasia Lubeka and others who live in the legacy of communist Poland, it is deeply personal.

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