Current PhD and MLitt research

PhD research

 

Frank J. Hall (Galway Doctoral Research Scholar)

Stronghouses and Fortified Houses: Continuing Castle Traditions in Early Modern Ireland

Kylie Crowder (Galway Doctoral Research Scholar)

 The Archaeology of Humbert's 1798 campaign in the West of Ireland

Daniel Curley (Irish Research Council scholar)

A study of the Uí Chellaig lordship of Uí Maine, c. 1100-1600

Marcus Byrne (Hardiman Scholar)

Boundaries and central places in the Irish Bronze Age: settlement, ritual and identity.

Daisy Spencer (Irish Research Council scholar) undertaking research in collaboration with the Palaeoenvironmental Research Unit

People, land use and time - Linking multi-proxy palaeoenvironmental evidence to the Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological record of the Burren and central Clare, western Ireland.

Peter Casby (Irish Research Council Scholar)

Living trees in created environments of Gaelic Ireland c. 700-1600AD.

Lynda McCormack (Galway Doctoral Research Scholar)

The articulation of space and ritual in the Irish passage tomb tradition.

Chelsea Ryan

Conveying Identity Through Place: Understanding Bronze Age People via Nucleated Settlements

MLitt research  
Andy Kellogg

The Early Medieval Royal Assembly Sites at Gamla Uppsala and Magh Adhair:
A Comparative Study of their Settlement and Landscape Contexts.

M. Elanor Pereira A land of wind, of rock and of water: medieval settlement and environment
in the Landscape of Killary Fjord, Mweelrea Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean.