Tríona O’Hanlon is co-editor of The Reputations of Thomas Moore: Poetry, Music, and Politics (Routledge, 2020), and is a contributing author to The Encyclopaedia of Music in Ireland (UCD Press, 2013). She has been awarded several research fellowships including a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (Queen’s University, Belfast 2015–2017) to undertake research on Project ERIN: Europe’s Reception of the Irish Melodies and National Airs; Thomas Moore in Europe. In 2016, Tríona was awarded a Charlemont Scholarship by the Royal Irish Academy, and she is the first musicologist to have been awarded the Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr., Research Grant by the Keats-Shelly Association of America (2017). Her doctoral thesis ‘Music for Mercer’s: The Mercer’s Hospital Music Collection and Charity Music in Eighteenth-Century Dublin’ (Technological University Dublin, 2012) was the first funded major research project to be published in collaboration with RISM Ireland. Her research interests focus on the historiography of music in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Dublin – with a particular focus on source studies, performance practice, Handelian scholarship, and song culture.