|Areas of expertise||
Food history, material culture, drinking studies, Ireland long eighteenth century.
“Honest Claret”: The Social Meaning of Georgian Ireland’s Favourite Wine (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2022).
Mac Con Iomaire, M. and McConnell (Kellaghan) T., ‘Royal Pomp: Viceregal Celebrations and Hospitality in Georgian Dublin’, in Mark McWilliams, ed., Celebrations: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2011 (Totnes, Devon: Prospect Books, 2012), 163-173.
McConnell (Kellaghan), T., ‘An Examination of Elite Consumption Trends in Ceramic Tableware in Georgian Ireland’, in Mark McWilliams, ed., Food and Material Culture: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2013 (Totnes, Devon: Prospect Books, 2014), 197-207.
McConnell, T., ‘Ireland in the Georgian Era: Was There Any Kingdom in Europe So Good a Customer at Bordeaux?’, in Benjamin Keatinge and Mary Pierse, eds, France and Ireland in the Public Imagination (Bern: Peter Lang, 2014), 223-240.
McConnell, T., ‘”Brew as Much as Possible during the Proper Season”: Beer Consumption in Elite Households in Eighteenth-Century Ireland’, in MÃ¡irtÃn Mac Con Iomaire and Eamon Maher, eds, ‘Tickling the Palate’: Gastronomy in Irish Literature and Culture (Bern: Peter Lang, 2014), 177-190.