I have been a PhD scholar in the School of Archaeology, UCD, since 2016. My research relates to food, culture and identity in Ireland c. 1200-1500. My focus is on the culinary aspect of food, with a particular interest in bread.
I have studied Prehistory at Leiden University and got my master's degree there. After a few years of excavating I turned my attention to archaeology & education.
In 2002, I decided to actively pursue my historical interest and incorporate my skills in physics, electronics and engineering.
Farrell Monaco is an archaeologist whose research centres on foodways, food preparation, ceramics, cooking and dining practices in the Roman Mediterranean.
I am a historian who teaches early American and First Nations' history at Moravian College. Together with Sandy Bardsley, a Medieval historian, we will be offering a course on experimental archaeology in the spring.
I have been a founding board member of REARC in the US and have taught experimental archaeology courses at Western Carolina University since 2013. My research interests include foodways, pottery use and manufacture, Cherokee Studies, Neolithic Britain, Woodland and Mississippian studies.
I am member of a registered society named "RAUZWI - Lebendige Archäologie Mittelweser e.V.". This association is going to construct an Old Saxon farmyard nearby the burial ground of Liebenau near Nienburg in Lower Saxony, Germany. I am practising different types of handicraft.
I work at the Museum of Science in Boston developing activities for our hands on laboratory, which features an archaeology program as well as any temporary exhibits, which have featured cultural studies.
BA (Hons Econ), MA Sociology, BA Fine Art
Presented in January on Bronze Age Alcohol Distillation at EAC 9 in Dublin Have been involved in Bronze casting reenactments with 'Ancient Wessex Network' and run workshops for South Somerset Archaeological Research Group in Bronze casting.