Rosari Kingston is a doctoral researcher in Roinn an Bhéaloideas/The Department of Folklore and Ethnography, University College, Cork. Her area of research is the Irish healing tradition as it is currently practised. Her work has been published in Beascna 2017 (“The Evil Eye and Biomedicine”), 2013 (“A Tale of Two Bone-setters: An Examination of the Bone-setting Tradition in Ireland”), 2011 (“Selected Herbs and their Uses in the National Folklore Schools Collection (NFCS), Co. Clare: A Case Study”). She also practises as a medical herbalist in her own private clinic in Skibbereen, Co. Cork, and in an integrated GP clinic in Clonakilty.