Dr. Dawn Miranda Sherratt-Bado

Office Manager
Dr Dawn Miranda Sherratt Bado

Dr. Dawn Miranda Sherratt-Bado has conducted public diplomacy work since 2018, focusing on gendered, cross-community, and cross-border approaches to peace, conflict, and reconciliation. She is also an award-winning writer and academic specializing in Irish Studies. 

Dawn Miranda holds a PhD from the University of Edinburgh. She won a Markievicz Award from the Government of Ireland and the Arts Council of Ireland for her forthcoming book on women writers and the Irish Revolution. Dawn Miranda was awarded a Decade of Centenaries Bursary from the Government of Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy in memory of the late Irish historian Éamon Phoenix. She received a research grant from the Analyzing and Researching Ireland North and South (ARINS) Project, a joint initiative by the Royal Irish Academy and the University of Notre Dame. Dawn Miranda coedited the anthology Female Lines: New Writing by Women from Northern Ireland (Dublin: New Island Books, 2017), which was funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. She has published widely in academic journals and arts and culture periodicals, and she contributes frequently to the Dublin Review of Books and the Irish Times

Dawn Miranda has appeared on BBC Radio Ulster and RTÉ Radio to discuss her work. She has delivered keynote addresses and public lectures locally and internationally. Prior to her appointment at the Northern Ireland Bureau, she worked at Queen’s University Belfast, Maynooth University, and the University of Edinburgh. Dawn Miranda has lived in the US, France, England, Scotland, the Republic of Ireland, and Northern Ireland.