BYRNE, Angela, BA, PhD

Editor, proofreader

The Port House,
Bunagee,
Culdaff,
Co. Donegal

m. 0862659906
t. 0749379676
e. byrne.at@gmail.com

Professional memberships:
Member, AFEPI

Special interests:
History: eighteenth century, nineteenth century, empire, travel, exploration, science, environment, women’s history, local history, urban history.
Historical geography.
Critical editions of historic texts and manuscripts.
Also available to work with authors whose first language is not English.

Work undertaken:
Copy-editing; proofreading.

Experience:
Seven years’ part-time as research and editorial assistant (Royal Irish Academy); three years as full-time researcher (National University of Ireland Maynooth and University of Toronto); three years as full-time History lecturer (University of Greenwich); published non-fiction author (Geographies of the Romantic North (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013); Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations of the English Nation (1598–1600), vol. II (Oxford University Press, forthcoming); John Lee in England, Wales and Ireland, 1806–07 (Routledge, forthcoming); freelance editor and proofreader in 2009–10 and since 2016.

Examples:
C.E.B. Brett, Georgian Belfast: Maps, Buildings and Trades (Royal Irish Academy, 2004); Avril Thomas, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 15 Derry~Londonderry (Royal Irish Academy, 2005); W.S. Ferguson, Maps and Views of Derry, 1600–1914: A Catalogue (Royal Irish Academy, 2005); Harold O’Sullivan, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 16 Dundalk (Royal Irish Academy, 2006); Stephen A. Royle, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 17 Belfast, part II, 1840–1900 (Royal Irish Academy, 2007); Catherine McCullough and W.H. Crawford, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 18 Armagh (Royal Irish Academy, 2007); Colm Lennon, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 19 Dublin, part II, 1610–1756 (Royal Irish Academy, 2008); Tony Claffey, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 20 Tuam (Royal Irish Academy, 2009); John Bradley, Alan J. Fletcher and Anngret Simms (eds), Dublin in the Medieval World: Studies in Honour of Howard B. Clarke (Four Courts Press, 2009); Peter Johanek, Deutscher Historischer Städteatlas no. 3: Herrnhut and Moravian Settlements (Ardey-Verlag, 2009); Eamon O’Flaherty, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 21 Limerick (Royal Irish Academy, 2010); Ferenc Jankó, Jozsef Kücsán and Katalin Szende, Hungarian Atlas of Historic Towns no. 1: Sopron (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2010); Sarah Gearty, Martin Morris and Fergus O’Ferrall, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 22 Longford (Royal Irish Academy, 2010); Harold O’Sullivan and Raymond Gillespie, Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 23 Carlingford (Royal Irish Academy, 2011).