Dr Eireann Marshall is an Honorary Research Associate and Associate Lecturer with the Open University.
Dr Eireann Marshall is an Honorary Research Associate and Associate Lecturer with the Open University, as well as an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Roehampton. Raised in the Veneto, she was educated in Barnard College, Columbia University, in New York, as well as the Universities of Birmingham and Exeter in England, where she has lectured. She has published a number of articles on Ancient North Africa, and co-edited volumes on ‘Death and Disease in the Ancient City’ and ‘Women’s influence on Classical Civilisation’. Eireann’s current research interests include the reception of classical art, as well as concepts of ethnicity and race in antiquity. With her vast lecturing and guiding experience, Eireann has in depth knowledge of Italy and its history and archaeology. Eireann has led many tours, including several to Ravenna, Venice, Pompeii, Sicily and Tunisia, and is bilingual in English and Italian.