MURPHY, Kate, BSc, MSocInd (Adv)


24 Drynam Close,
Co. Dublin,
t. 01 8971376
m. 087 2363922

Special interests:
History, biography, business, computer science, cookery, travel, sport.

Degree in Computer Applications, software developer and project manager for software company for 15 years. Accredited to Advanced Grade level by the Society of Indexers, freelance indexer since 2005.

Work undertaken:

Contesting Hegemony (David Burke, UCC) 2005; Time Added On (George Hook) 2005; Higher Computing (Bright Red Publishing) 2008; Ely Cookbook (Ely Restaurant & Winebar) 2008; A Short History of Ireland (Gill & Macmillan) 2008; The Bombing of Dublin’s North Strand, 1941 (Gill & Macmillan) 2009; Come What May (Penguin Ireland) 2009; The Fall of The House of Paisley (Gill & Macmillan) 2009; Drumcondra and its Environs (Drumcondra Publications) 2009; Income Tax; Corporation Tax; VAT; Taxing Financial Transactions (Irish Taxation Institute) 2010; Longford (Geography Publications) 2010; Regional Planning Guidelines (Dublin Regional Authority) 2010; The Emergence of Southern Multinationals (Professor Louis Brennan, TCD) 2010; The Business of Space (Professor Louis Brennan, TCD) 2011; From Rhetoric to Action (Dr Eilionóir Flynn, NUIG) 2011; Dublin City Council Development Plan (Dublin City Council) 2011; The de Montfort Family from 1700 to 2010 (Martin Morris, Henry de Montfort) 2011; Gorgeous to Go (Gill & Macmillan) 2011; Retailing in Ireland (Gill & Macmillan) 2012; Diversity in Early Childhood Education (Gill & Macmillan) 2012; Early Childhood Education – Fetac 6 (Gill & Macmillan) 2013; Bill Speck The Life of Thomas Paine (Pickering & Chatto) 2013; Junior Certificate Business; Junior Certificate Geography (Folens) 2016; Win or Learn (Penguin) 2016; Fruit on the Table (O’Brien Press) 2016; CfE Higher Drama (Bright Red Publishing) 2017. More titles on request.