Terri has presented conference papers and lectured in Clare, Dublin and the UK. She has most recently organised a series of lectures in Gort for the Aughty Famine Working Group in spring 2015.
In addition to her PhD thesis, which is available at the Local Studies Centre, Harmony Row, Ennis, she has written articles for Garden Organic in the UK, The Other Clare, of which she is the current editor, the Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, and Mills and Milling. She has recently written Lough Graney Estate: The Story of a Big House, its Landscape and People (private commission).
|Date||Organisers||Location||Conference Title||Presentation Title|
|February 2011||Irish Post-Mediaeval Archaeology Group||Ennis||Hearth, Home and Household||Weaving a Tale: spinning and cloth manufacture in the Barony of Tulla, 1750-2010|
|July 2011||University of Sheffield||Sheffield, UK||Communities in Early Modern Europe: Big and Small Societies||Community, Clerics and Coffins: Negotiating the Penal Era in Rural East Clare|
|September 2011||Tudor & Stuart Ireland||UCD||Culture, Identity & Power||Stone, Mud and Straw: landscape, people and material culture in east Clare, 1670-1750|
|September 2013||Moore Institute||NUI Galway||Landlords, Tenants and their estates in Ireland, 1600-2013||A New Order? Landowners, middlemen and the fight for land in East Clare, 1690-1800|
|April 2015||Aughty.org||Lady Gregory Hotel, Gort||Aughty Earth Day Gathering||The Fall and Rise of the Ruling Class in East Clare|
|November 2009||Coole Park Winter Cultural Programme||Coole Park, Gort||‘Mr Gregory Has a Noble Nursery’: Traveller’s Tales and the Tourist Gaze|
|September 2012||Moore Institute||NUI Galway||Soil, surveyors and the joys of Photoshop: the problems of engaging with sources from the early modern period.|
|October 2013||Clare Roots Society||Miltown Malbay||A New Elite: Natives and Newcomers in East Clare, 1660-1750|
|May 2014||Brian Ború Seminar||Tuamgraney Heritage Centre||Wildwoods – the forests of East Clare|
|February 2015||Aughty Famine Working Group||Lady Gregory Hotel, Gort||The Greatest Famine? – the Great Famine in perspective