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Profile : Dr. Maurna Crozier 

Committee Member for Northern Ireland 

Maurna Croziers 
Dr. Maurna Crozier was educated at Richmond Lodge School in Belfast, Wycombe Abbey School in Buckinghamshire and Queen’s University Belfast, graduating with a BA in English, and a PhD in Social Anthropology. She lived and taught in Zambia, before returning to Northern Ireland where she worked for UTV; BBC Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland Council for Social Services; Queen’s University and the Northern Ireland Community Relations Council.

She has served on the Boards of the National Museums and Galleries for Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland Museums Council; Arts Council for Northern Ireland; Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (UK); British Council Cultural Studies Advisory Committee (UK); BBC Northern Ireland Broadcasting Council; BBC General Advisory Council (UK) and Ulster Historical Foundation. She is currently a Board member of the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig and a Committee Member of the Federation of Ulster Local Studies. She has lectured widely – mainly on Northern Irish topics - in Europe and the US, and has edited several books. Current interests include Irish history, archaeology, vernacular architecture, the environment and educational projects in Ireland and Africa.