Archaeological Research at NUI Galway.

Inter-tidal drowned pine forest eroding at the shoreline near Cleggan, Connemara, Co. Galway

Archaeology at NUI Galway has a strong track-record in pioneering evidence-based research. Our research informs regional, national and international discourse about societies and civilisation on the island of Ireland and Atlantic Europe, it maintains currency in undergraduate and graduate teaching programmes and engages local communities in an understanding of their past. Staff and graduate students work closely together to advance themes in archaeological research.

Our research clusters are:

Landscape & Place

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Society & Identity

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Artefacts & People

Heavy wear from prolonged use of the Bobbio Reliquary (c. AD600) (reproduced with kind permission of Museo dell’Abbazia di Bobbio)

 

Archaeological Research at NUI Galway

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Staff Research Projects A - Z

Current Graduate Student Research

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Completed Graduate Student Research

   Completed MA in Landscape Archaeology Research