O’NEILL, Eileen, BSc, HDipLIS, MSocInd (Adv)

Indexer

21 Bullock Park,
Carlow.
t. 059 9141290
m. 087 6305049
e. eileen.a.oneill@gmail.com

Special interests:
Gardening, geography, history, local history, religion, social history, sociology, cookery.

Experience:
Advanced Professional member Society of Indexers. Freelance indexer since 2011. Degree in Information Technology, post graduate diploma in Library and Information Studies.

Work undertaken:
Indexing

Examples:
A Portrait of Dublin in Maps,  Muiris de Buitléir (Gill & Macmillan) 2013; Lilly’s Dream Deli, Lilly Higgins (Gill & Macmillan) 2013; The ICA Book of Home and Family, Aoife Carrigy (ed.) (Gill & Macmillan) 2013; The Nation’s Favourite Food, Neven Maguire (Gill & Macmillan) 2013; Unfinished Business: Social Policy for Social Care Students in Ireland, Joe Moran (Orpen Press) 2013; Hunger Strike: Margaret Thatcher’s Battle with the IRA: 1980-1981, Thomas Hennessey (Irish Academic Press) 2013; A People’s Church, Liam Swords (Columba Press) 2013; Challenging Times, Challenging Administration, Chris McInerney (Manchester University Press) 2013;  Ethics for Social Care, 2nd Edition, Manus Charleton (Gill & Macmillan) 2014; The Pleasures of the Table: Rediscovering Theodora FitzGibbon, Theodora FitzGibbon (Gill & Macmillan) 2014; Mr Parnell’s Rottweiler, Myles Dungan (Irish Academic Press) 2014; You, Me and Diversity, Anne M. Dolan (Trentham Books) 2014; Vivid Faces, R.F. Foster (Penguin 2014); The Routledge Companion to Literature and Human Rights (Routledge 2015); Straw, Hay and Rushes in Irish Folk Tradition, Anne O’Dowd (IAP/NMI 2015); Trinity in War and Revolution 1912-1923, Tomás Irish (Royal Irish Academy 2015); Harry Clarke’s War, Marguerite Helmers (Irish Academic Press 2015); One Bold Deed of Open Treason, Angus Mitchell (Irish Academic Press 2015); 1847, Turtle Bunbury (Gill Books 2016); Neven Maguire’s Complete Family Cookbook, Neven Maguire (Gill Books 2016); Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks, Fintan O’Toole (Royal Irish Academy 2016); Ulster Political Lives 1886-1921, James Quinn and Patrick Maume (Royal Irish Academy 2016); The Post Office in Ireland, Stephen Ferguson (Irish Academic Press 2016)