Rosie O'NeillPhotograph of Rosie O'Neill

2011: BA Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 1st
2013: MA Social Research, University of Sheffield, Distinction

2012 ESRC 1+3 Studentship, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield
2011 College Scholarship, Robinson College, University of Cambridge
2011 College Prize, Robinson College, University of Cambridge

email : rosie.oneill@sheffield.ac.uk

Thesis title / scope of research

Journeys through Irish: experiences of language and culture in post-conflict Northern Ireland

Supervisor(s)

  • Professor Richard Jenkins
  • Dr Tom Clark

Research Interests

  • The Irish Language
  • Linguistic Anthropology
  • Social Linguistics
  • Language Ideologies
  • Cultural heritage
  • Politics and History of Ireland
  • The presentation of the past
  • Space, place and landscapes
  • Material culture
  • Social media
  • Visual  research

Publications

“Crossing the cultural divide: Political weapon to Bígi Linn. Language ideologies and experiences in post-conflict Northern Ireland”. Identity and Social Change, May 22nd 2015, Department of Sociological Studies Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Sheffield

“The complexities and challenges of considering change: the example of Irish-speaking”. Considering Contributions, Considering Change 25th June 2014, Department of Sociological Studies Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Sheffield