Enda O'Flaherty BA (Hons), H-Dip, PhD
Enda O’Flaherty has worked as a professional archaeologist since 2006. His areas of interest include human interaction with the natural and built environment. He has developed a multi-disciplinary approach to landscape studies involving archaeology, physiographical studies, toponymy and documentary sources, which draws out the significance of physical environments for settlement in the past, and helps to understand their role in the cognitive landscape. He completed his PhD in archaeology at the National University of Ireland, Galway, examining the impact of seasonal flooding on human settlement during the historical period in Ireland. Enda is also involved in a number of community-based heritage projects focusing on the vernacular landscape of rural Ireland.