Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe
Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe teaches in UCD School of Archaeology. A graduate of UCD originally, he studied medieval archaeology and architectural history in Durham, London (the Courtauld Institute of Art) and Poitiers (CESCM) as a holder of the National University of Ireland’s three-year Travelling Studentship in Archaeology. His published work includes nine books and over 100 essays and notes on topics that include medieval settlement and landscape, urban history and archaeology, post-medieval archaeology, the archaeology of the contemporary world, the relationship between archaeology and heritage, and archaeological theory. His most recent book is Medieval Irish Buildings, 1100-1600 (Dublin, 2015).