Eleanor Q Neil left Brooklyn, NY in 2013 for her undergraduate degree at Trinity. She received a BA in Ancient History and Archaeology, then an MPhil in Public History and Cultural Heritage. She is now a PhD candidate, researching community archaeology on Cyprus. Besides academia, Eleanor has also worked in commercial archaeology, museums, and the cultural heritage sector more broadly.
Eleanor has received educational scholarships from the A.G. Leventis Foundation in 2020 and 2021 and she was also the 2021 Anita Cecil O’Donovan Fellow at the Cypriot American Archaeological Research Institute. She is also a Trinity Long Room Hub Early Career Researcher and a contributing editor to American Anthropology.