Prof. J Mallory
School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Queen's University Belfast
Biography and Irish Studies research interests
PhD in Indo-European Studies with special interest in relationship between archaeology and linguistics. Have excavated a number of sites in Ireland, most notably, Donegore Hill, a Neolithic causewayed enclosure; Haughey’s Fort, a Late Bronze Age hillfort, and the ditches at Navan Fort, the ancient capital of Ulster. I am also the editor of Emania, the Bulletin of the Navan Research Group which publishes on the archaeology and mythology associated with the Ulster Cycle of Tales.
1. (in press) Donegore Hill: A Neolithic Enclosure. Wordwell.
2. 1991. The Archaeology of Ulster. Institute of irish Studies.
3. 1994. Ulidia. December Publications.
4. 1992. Aspects of the Táin. December Publications.
5. 1999 Language in prehistoric Ireland. Ulster Folklife 45, 3-16.