Jacqueline Cahill WilsonVice Chair of the Historical Studies Committee
Jacqueline Cahill Wilson, PhD, MIAI, FSA
Jacqueline is the Visiting Fellow at the Royal Agricultural University Cirencester. She is the former Project Director of the Discovery Programme's Late Iron Age and Roman Ireland project (2011-15) the findings of which were peer reviewed and published between 2014 - 2017. She grew up in Longford and is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London, and has held an Honorary Research Fellowship at the University of Bristol and a Visiting Teaching Fellowship at the University of Leicester. She is a member of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland and an affiliate of the Chartered Institute of Field Archaeologists. She has served as member of the Royal Irish Academy's Historical Studies Committee since 2018. She has lectured and published widely on the late Iron Age and Roman period in Western Europe and Ireland. She has maintained her research profile and publications while more recently working as Managing Director of a digital multi-media company in Bristol. Jacqueline is the Visiting Fellow at the Royal Agricultural University Cirencester, and Vice Chair of the Historical Studies Committee.