Eve Campbell is an historical archaeologist and heritage specialist. In 2005 she graduated with a first class honours degree in history and archaeology from NUIG, where she was awarded the Hynes Prize. In 2012 she completed a PhD investigating the archaeology of the Cromwellian Transplantation to Connacht and Clare as an IRCHSS scholar. She has worked as an archaeologist in the commercial, research and community sectors on projects including the Gaelic Estates Project (2005-2010), LUAS cross-city cellar works (2013), the Irish Fieldschool of Prehistoric Archaeology (2015-16), the Archaeology of 1916 project (with ABH, DCC and UCD; 2016). She co-ordindated the Louth Field Names Project and wrote the book the Field Names of County Louth (2014). She is an IAI member, and on the IPMAG committee. Her research interests include early modern landscapes, place-names and vernacular architecture.