Dr Suzanne O'Neill
Adjunct Assistant Professor
I currently teach Greek and Roman Mythology and Religion, Greek Archaeology and Classical Architecture: Reception and Re-imaginings in the Department of Classics. I also teach on several programmes in the School of Histories and Humanities and I am the lecturer in Ancient Greek and Roman History on the Trinity College Access Programme. My research interests include the reception of classical material culture and Irish cultural and political engagement with Classics.
- (2020) “The Politics of Neoclassicism in Dublin and Belfast; A Tale of Two Buildings” in (eds.) Torrance, I, and O’Rourke, D., Classics and Irish Politics 1916-2016, Oxford University Press, London and New York.
- (2020) “Stormont’s Stones: The Oratory of Power through Form and Materiality” in Cultures of Stone: Interdisciplinary Research on the Materiality of Stone, Sidestone Press, Leiden.
- (2008) “From Perikles to Presbyterian Temples: Liberty, Democracy and Power Architecture in Nineteenth Century Ulster” in A Further Shore: Essays in Irish and Scottish Studies, published by The Institute for Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen.
O: Classics Dept
T: +353 1 896 1208