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Dr Eóin O' Donoghue BA, MA, Ph.D
|Eóin O’Donoghue’s research focuses on the archaeology of pre-Roman Italy. Current writing projects include a monograph on Etruscan gender identity, the subject of his doctoral dissertation, and a project entitled ’Élite Interaction in Inland Etruria: an examination of Chiusine Bucchero Pesante’ which has been partially funded by the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies. He works on the excavation project of the Etruscan site of Poggio Civitate (Murlo).|
|Archaeology of pre-Roman Italy, Gender archaeology, anthropology and art|
|O'Donoghue, E. (2011) 'he Costume of Crisis: Reinforcing Local Identity in Later Etruscan Art' In: Amundsen-Meyer, L., Engel, N. and S. Pickering (eds). Identity Crisis: Archaeological Perspectives on Social Identity, Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Chacmool Conference. Calgary: Chacmool. [Details]|
|O'Donoghue, E (2013) 'Somebody to Love: Gender and Social Identity in 7th and 6th century Chiusi' In: Scopocasa, R. and Perego, E (eds). Burial and Social Change in first millennium BC Italy: approaching social agents. Oxbow, Oxford. Oxford: Oxbow. [Details]|
|O'Donoghue, E. (2014) 'Performing Gender and Experiencing Death in the Etruscan Landscape' In: Meyer, W (eds). Engendering Landscape & Landscaping Gender. Conference, Institute of European and Mediterranean Archaeology. Proceedings of the IEMA Postdoctoral Visiting Scholar Conference Volume 6. Buffalo: IEMA. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|O'Donoghue, E. (2010) 'The Etruscans on Kildare Street: A Mirror in the collection of the National Museum of Ireland'. Classics Ireland, 17 :71-84. [Details]|
|O'Donoghue, E (2013) 'The mute statues speak: the archaic period acroteria from Poggio Civitate'. European Journal Of Archaeology, 16 (2):268-288. [Details]|
|O'Donoghue, E. (2012) Review of S.K.F. Stoddart (2009). Historical Dictionary of the Etruscans. Scarecrow Press. Book Review [Details]|
|O'Donoghue, E. (2013) Review of, Bellelli, V. 2012. Le origini degli Etruschi: Storia Archeologia Antropologia. L'Erma di Bretschneider, Rome. Book Review [Details]|
|My teaching focuses on the cultural history of the ancient Mediterranean, especially the art and archaeology of Rome and Italy.|