Billy Ó Foghlú studied applied archaeology at the Institute of Technology Sligo in Ireland, and is now in the final stages of his PhD at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Billy has excavated at archaeological sites around the world, he is currently engaged in the interpretation of Late Holocene sites in Northern Australia and the soundscapes of Iron Age Ireland and surrounding regions of Europe. Billy’s current research topics include Music Archaeology, Ethnomusicology, The archaeology of Iron Age Ireland (c700BCE – 400CE), Experimental archaeology, Ethnoarchaeology and The archaeology of Northern Australia (Late Holocene to present).
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