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 Preliminary results from the osteoarchaeological analysis of the Ballyhanna skeletal collection 24/02/2007  Catriona McKenzie  Association of Young Irish Archaeologists (AYIA), University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin
 The Ballyhanna skeletal collection: Excavation, aims of the Ballyhanna Research Project and  preliminary results from the osteoarchaeological analysis 01/03/2007  Catriona McKenzie  Letterkenny Museum, Co. Donegal
 Ancient DNA analysis 01/03/2007  Sheila Tierney  Letterkenny Museum, Co. Donegal
 Multi-elemental analysis of human archaeological bone 01/03/2007  Tasneem Bashir  Letterkenny Museum, Co. Donegal
 Ballyhanna church conservation work 16/05/2007  Grainne Leamy  Donegal County Council
 Ballyhanna church conservation work 05/06/2007  Grainne Leamy  Ballyshannon Town Council
 Ballyhanna church and the Ballyhanna Research Project: Background and introduction 15/07/2007  Michael MacDonagh  Flight of the Earls Celebration and Ballyhanna Church Garden opening, Ballyshannon, Co.Donegal
 Ballyhanna church conservation and design 15/07/2007  Grainne Leamy  Flight of the Earls Celebration and Ballyhanna Church Garden opening Ballyshannon, Co.Donegal
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Osteoarchaeological analysis 15/07/2007  Catriona McKenzie  Flight of the Earls Celebration and Ballyhanna Church Garden opening, Ballyshannon, Co.Donegal
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Muti-elemental analysis of human bone 15/07/2007  Tasneem Bashir  Flight of the Earls Celebration and Ballyhanna Church Garden opening, Ballyshannon, Co.Donegal
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Sex identification and ancient DNA extraction 15/07/2007  Sheila Tierney  Flight of the Earls Celebration and Ballyhanna Church Garden opening, Ballyshannon, Co.Donegal
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: An introduction 30/08/2007  Michael MacDonagh  National Roads Authority (NRA) Discoveries, Dublin
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Osteoarchaeological analysis 30/08/2007  Catriona McKenzie  NRA Discoveries Seminar, Dublin
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Muti-elemental analysis of human bone 30/08/2007  Tasneem Bashir  NRA Discoveries Seminar, Dublin
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: Sex identification and ancient DNA extraction 30/08/2007  Sheila Tierney  NRA Discoveries Seminar, Dublin
 Osteoarchaeological analysis of the disarticulated material from the Ballyhanna human skeletal assemblage 30/08/2007  Roisin MaCartney  NRA Discoveries Seminar, Dublin
 Multi-elemental analysis of a medieval Irish archaeological assemblage using ICP-OES 07/05/2008  Tasneem Bashir  5th Biennial Conference of Analytical Sciences in Ireland, Sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland
 Sex determination of human medieval assemblages using ancient DNA analysis 04/07/2008  Sheila Tierney  6th World Archaeological Congress, UCD
 Multi-elemental analysis of a medieval Irish archaeological assemblage 04/07/2008  Tasneem Bashir  6th World Archaeological Congress, UCD
 The Ballyhanna Research Project: An overview 09/11/2009  Michael MacDonagh  Science Week Seminar, ITS
 Life in medieval Gaelic Ireland: Osteoarchaeological analysis of the Ballyhanna adults 09/11/2009  Catriona McKenzie  Science Week Seminar, ITS
Coping with disability in medieval Ireland: Multiple Osteochondromas at Ballyhanna 09/11/2009  Eileen Murphy  Science Week Seminar, ITS
 Insights into ancient diet, environment and health through elemental analysis of Ballyhanna bone 09/11/2009  Ted McGowan  Science Week Seminar, ITS
 Ancient DNA: Genetic insights into a medieval Gaelic population 09/11/2009  Sheila Tierney  Science Week Seminar, ITS
 Under the grass: The creation of the Ballyhanna Heritage Park 09/11/2009  Grainne Leamy  Science Week Seminar, ITS
 Life in medieval Gaelic Ireland: A palaeopathological analysis of the adult human remains from the Ballyhanna cemetery site, Co. Donegal 11/02/2010  Catriona McKenzie  QUB evening seminar
 The Ballyhanna Research Project 19/04/2010  Eileen Murphy  Clogher Historical Society, Enniskillen
 Health in medieval Ireland: The evidence from Ballyhanna Co. Donegal 26/08/2010  Cartriona McKenzie and Eileen Murphy  NRA Seminar, Dublin
 Childhood health at medieval Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal, Ireland 18/09/2010  Eileen Murphy  Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past, annual conference in Sparta, Greece
 Ballyhanna: the story of a lost church & its people 10/11/2010  Michael MacDonagh  Donegal Historical Society, 2010 Emerson Lecture, Ballyshannon
 Glimpses of the Lives of Medieval Children in North-west Ireland – Osteological Evidence from Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal 20/10/2012  Eileen Murphy  Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past, annual conference, Grenada, Spain
 Life and Death at Medieval Ireland: Evidence from Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal 06/08/2013  Eileen Murphy  17th world congress of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Manchester
 A Lost Graveyard – Ballyhanna, County Donegal 11/02/2014  Michael MacDonagh  Belfast Naturalist Field Club, Ulster Museum, Belfast
 Health and Disease in Gaelic Medieval Ireland 18/10/2014  Catriona McKenzie  Day of the Dead: Recent Research in Human Osteoarchaeology, international conference held at QUB
 Life and Death at Medieval Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal 03/12/2014  Colm Donnelly &  Eileen Murphy  Seminar in QUB for a class of 15-16 year old students from St Columba’s Comprehensive School, Glenties, Co. Donegal
 Juvenile osteology with reference to the Medieval Gaelic population at Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal, Ireland 30/01/2015  Eileen Murphy  Workshop for a class of MA students in the Archaeological Studies Programme of the University of the Philippines, Manila
 Childhood Health in Medieval Ireland: Evidence from Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal 21/03/2015  Eileen Murphy  Town and Country in Late Medieval Ireland – A Conference in Memory of John Bradley, Discovery Programme, Dublin
 Interpreting Atypical Burials at Medieval Ballyhanna – Insights into Late Medieval Identity 22/05/2015  Eileen Murphy  6th annual Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages conference, Trinity College, Dublin
 Childhood Identity in Medieval Ireland: Burial Practice at Ballyhanna, Co. Donegal 03/09/2015  Eileen Murphy  21st annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Glasgow