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Claire Nolan


Claire is a postdoctoral researcher at University College Cork (Ports, Past and Present), specializing in public archaeology, cultural heritage and landscape studies. Drawing on her academic and professional background in both archaeology and psychotherapy, her research explores the social and eco-literal value of the historic environment. It seeks to gain a greater understanding of how heritage assets directly influence individual lived experience, wellbeing, environmental awareness and climate resilience.

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Department of Archaeology


Connolly Building, Dyke Parade, University College Cork, Cork City, T12 CY82, Ireland