Ireland’s folklife collections as a resource for archaeologists? A case study from the FOODSEC project,’ by Penny Johnston, Kerri Cleary, Erin Crowley-Champoux and Meriel McClatchie, 6 December 2023, UCD School of Archaeology Research Day.



Food storage and security in Bronze Age Ireland‘ by P. Johnston, M. McClatchie, K. Cleary, C. Doyle, E. Crowley-Champoux and Tiernan Gaffney, 2 September 2023, at the 29th EAA Annual Meeting in Queen’s University, Belfast.

Medieval, waterlogged and rural: insect and plant remains from a Cistercian grange at Bey More, Co. Meath‘ by P. Johnston, E. Kourela, S. Davis and M. Nagyova, 6 May 2023, at the EAI conference, From Landscape to Streetscape – Environmental Archaeology in Ireland, at the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.

INSTAR: transforming environmental archaeology in research and industry in Ireland‘ by P. Johnston, 21 April 2023, at the Ioannou Centre, 66 St Giles’, Oxford Part of the Rewilding Later Prehistory Workshops.


Organic revolutions: new archaeological narratives from archived ecofacts’ by P. Johnston, N. Overton and S. Griffiths, 2 April 2022, Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland annual conference in Belfast.

Mothers of Irish Archaeology?’, 15th February 2022, Motherhood in archaeology and matricentric feminism, an online round table hosted by the Austrian Archaeological Institute.


Plants remains and chronology: preliminary results from two late 4th/early 3rd millennia sites‘, Thursday 21st October 2021, an Environmental Archaeology Ireland (EAI) online seminar (Links to recordings of the presentation, from Seminar 2, on the events page of the EAI website).