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Emma Gilleece

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Dublin, Ireland
Deputy Editor, Architecture Ireland
As seen in: The Times
Covers:  Architecture, architectural history, planning, urban design, history, interior design, built environment, conservation

Arch Historian, Deputy Editor @RIAIonline @archireland & house+design |@VillageMagIRE & @SuntimesIreland contributor. Council @AnTaisce | emmagilleece@gmail.com

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Biography

Freelance journalist, copywriter, blogger, deputy editor and Architectural Historian.

BA in English and History, MA in History of Art & Architecture and an MSc in Urban & Building Conservation. I am deputy editor for Architecture Ireland, the journal of the Royal Institute of the Architec...

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@Gilleeece — 5,953 followers, 37,469 tweets

RT @archireland: #AIextra: @ChloeSpibyLoh writes on a new generation of student activism at @UCDArch, highlighting the first in a se… https://t.co/YdNitQiAqj
@dubcivictrust It’s the antithesis Graham to the time and effort Dublin Civic Trust is putting into their new Georgian home on Ormond Quay.
@limerickcitybiz @thesilvervoice There's lots of talk about the jobs this museum will create. What about this objection from Fine's jewellers on 42 O'Connell Street who say that the development could force them to cease operations. Does this small business not matter? What about these jobs? https://t.co/gorrWl72wa
@VillageMagIRE The only part I understood there was Garryowen. The home of Munster rugby and we weren’t allowed play the sport in secondary school
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Awards

Best Publication/Interpretation Award from the Industrial Heritage Association of Ireland

2012 - History/Publications/Exhibitions
Limerick City Council and the Hunt Museum have won a major award for the hugely popular exhibition on Ranks Flour Mills which was staged in the Hunt Museum in 2012.. Both organisations have been jointly awarded 'Best Publication/Interpretation Award 2012 by the Industrial Heritage Association of Ireland at an awards ceremony held in the ESB Head Offices in Dublin. The exhibition on Ranks Flour Mills was a joint project between Limerick City Archives and the Hunt Museum, while the book; 'Ranks Mills, The Industrial Heart of Limerick City' was written and researched by Emma Gilleece and edited and published by Limerick City Archives.