IT Sligo Staff Profiles

Fiona Beglane

Jt Lecturer

Contact Details

Lecturer
Science Central
B1130

E: beglane.fiona@itsligo.ie
 
researcher

Biography

Fiona Beglane is a zooarchaeologist at the Institute of Technology, Sligo, specialising in the analysis of animal bones from excavations. Her research focuses mainly on medieval archaeology, hunting and the use of scientific techniques in archaeology. This has led her to an interest in interdisciplinary approaches to medieval landscapes. In particular she has an interest in integrating scientific and social/cultural interpretations of archaeology and in examining the interaction between humans and animals. 

Professional Associations

  Association Function From / To
International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ) Member /
Society for Medieval Archaeology Member /
Group for Study of Irish Historic Settlement Member /
Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology Group Member /
Irish Zooarchaeology Working Group (IZWG) Member /
Agricultural History Society of Ireland Committee member and website editor /
Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA) Member /

Committees

  Committee Function From / To
Journal of Irish Archaeology Editorial board member /
Agricultural History Society of Ireland Committee member and website editor /
Royal Irish Academy Standing Committee for Archaeology Committee member /

Modules Taught

  Term (ID)) Title Link Subject
201300 SCIENCE OF ARCH MATERIALS 80336SCIENCE OF ARCH MATERIALS
201300 ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY 80231ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY
201300 ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANIMALS 80281ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANIMALS
201300 ADV TOPICS IN ZOOARCHAEOLOGY 80346ADV TOPICS IN ZOOARCHAEOLOGY
201300 FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY 80256FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY
201300 OSTEOARCHAEOLGY AND EVOLUTION 80306OSTEOARCHAEOLGY AND EVOLUTION