It has been a while, but here’s my take on what’s the best and most interesting in (mostly) Irish archaeological and historical material on Academia.edu … have a read, find and follow the authors most relevant to your research interests … when you’re done, come have a look at some of my stuff [here].
Merryn Dineley: Neolithic Ale: Barley as a source of sugars for fermentation
Richard Warner: Beehive querns and Irish 'La Tene' artefacts: a statistical test of their cultural relatedness
Elizabeth Twohig: Containing the dead in Irish Passage tombs
Mary Cahill: A stone to die for [Hacketstown, Co. Waterford]
Mary Cahill et al.: James Carruthers, a Belfast Antiquarian Collector
Sophie Bergerbrant et al.: Violent Death and Wetlands: Sketal Remains from Gotland
Robin Bendrey: From wild horses to domestic horses: a European perspective
Mélanie Roffet-Salque et al.: From the inside out: Upscaling organic residue analyses of archaeological ceramics
Michael Connolly et al.: Underworld: Death & Burial in Cloghermore Cave, County Kerry
Benjamin Roberts: Farmers in the Landscape or Heroes on the High Seas? Britain and Ireland in the Bronze Age
Jonny Geber & Eileen Murphy: Scurvy in the great irish famine: Evidence of vitamin C deficiency from a mid-19th century skeletal population
Thomas Finan: The Hall House at Kilteasheen
Charles Mount: Bronze razors from Peafield cremation burial
Fiona Gavin & Conor Newman: Notes on Insular silver in the 'Military Style'