Dr. Suzanne O’Neill
I received both my B.A. and Ph.D. from Trinity College Dublin.
Greek Archaeology and History; The Politics of Classical Heritage (Greek and Roman); Reception and Cultural Biography Studies.
I am currently writing a book entitled ‘Iktinos’ Temple at Bassai: Its Reception in Modern Times’. This book will examine the modern life history of this important UNESCO-listed Greek Classical temple and its marble frieze. The frieze was purchased by the British Government in 1814 and placed in the British Museum.
“From Perikles to Presbyterian Temples: Liberty, Democracy and Power Architecture in Nineteenth – Century Ulster” in A Further Shore: Essays in Irish and Scottish Studies, (eds) Eaodain Agnew, Eamonn Hughes, Caroline Magennis and Christina Morin, published by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Institute for Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen 2008, pp 35-45.
I lecture in Greek and Roman culture and history. This year I am teaching undergraduate courses in Greek and Roman art and architecture and Greek and Roman mythology and religion.
Department of Classics,
Telephone: 00 353 1 8961208
Fax: 00 353 1 6710862