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


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

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

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

Work undertaken:

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)