School of History & Heritage
College of Arts
About Cathy Daly
In 2015 I moved from Ireland to Lincoln to join the university’s conservation department. I received my PhD in 2014 in which I developed and applied transferable methodologies for the site level assessment and measurement of climate change vulnerabilities at Ireland’s two World Heritage sites. This research grew from work undertaken during my Masters in World Heritage from the University of Cottbus, Germany.
Prior to returning to academia I worked as an archaeological and ethnographic objects conservator, in museums, in private consultancy and on research excavations.
Cathy is lecturing on the BA and Grad Dip courses in conservation, focussing on practical conservation of archaeological and ethnographic objects.
Archaeological and ethnographic conservation, climate change impacts on cultural heritage.