Daryl Hendley Rooney
Daryl is a third-year doctoral student in the Department of History, Trinity College Dublin, having previously earned his B.A. in English and History, as well as his M.A. in Medieval Studies, at University College Dublin. His doctoral research explores writers’ attitudes towards Ireland and the Irish in early Plantagenet England, c. 1169–c. 1272. Since childhood, his love for lightsaber battles and Wolverine has continued unabated.
Savneet is a master’s in international management student, and hails from Delhi, India. She completed her bachelor’s in commerce degree in University of Delhi. You might catch her humming a tune when she is not watching a comedy TV series such as Seinfeld or Friends.
Mollie is pursuing her M.Phil in the International History program at Trinity College Dublin, where she works in genocide studies and finds herself constantly buried in piles of books. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in History at Dickinson College, in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Dawn Seymour Klos
Dawn is a PhD candidate at Trinity College Dublin. Her work examines women’s rights in thirteenth-century England and Ireland under English Common Law. She earned two master’s degrees at the University of Southern Mississippi in History and Anthropology. Her previous work explored ethnogenesis on the medieval Irish frontier. Dawn is an unapologetic nerd with a deep love of Star Wars, Doctor Who, Disney, kittens, and history.
Elysée is a second-year PhD student in History at TCD. Her research focuses on the cultural memory of Breton monasteries and the perception of Ireland in a Breton context from the eighth-eleventh century. More generally, she enjoys studying trans-regional history and holy men/women. She loves watching any historical drama with a piping hot cup of tea.