2010 Ashgate, Aldershot. (edited with Stephanie Koerner) Read more here.
2009 in G. Smith, P. Messenger & H. Soderland (eds.) Heritage Values, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek. Read it here.
Presented at the Body as Site and Sign Conference Cogut Center for the Humanities, Brown University – 30 April 2010
Presented at ‘Tara: The Symposium’ – School of Archaeology, UCD & John Hume Global Irish Institute – 24-6 October 2009 The Hill of Tara is one of the most famous historical and archaeological sites in Ireland. Although the archaeological surveys and excavations have provided significant knowledge about the sites and features on the hill, this ...
‘Curating collaborative heritages: Dissonance, relational aesthetics and some lessons from inner-city Dublin’
Delivered at the 2009 Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists Heritage spaces are often assumed to be ‘from the past’ or ‘just about the past’. Heritage is assumed to be a ‘stoppage’ of time. The choice to create ‘heritage’ is, however, a contemporary decision requiring collaboration and social partnership. Through a recalibration of temporal ...
2008 in P. Cooke, A. Feldman, C. O’Donnell, T. O’Keeffe, S. Tuck, I. Russell and P. Ryan Placing Voices, Voicing Places: Archaeology in Inner-Cty Dublin: Spatialitiy, Materiality and Identity-Formation among Dublin’s Working Class and Immigrant Communities, Hertiage Council of Ireland INSTAR Report. Read it here
Placing Voices, Voicing Places: Archaeology in Inner-Cty Dublin: Spatialitiy, Materiality and Identity-Formation among Dublin’s Working Class and Immigrant Communities
2008 Hertiage Council of Ireland INSTAR Report. (With Pat Cooke, Alice Feldman, Cormac O’Donnell, Tadhg O’Keeffe, Sarah Tuck and Patrick Ryan) Read it here