Cahersiveen Library
Derrynane House, Caherdaniel

Daniel O’Connell School 2021
The Daniel O’Connell School will take place in Cahersiveen and Derrynane on the weekend of 22nd-24th October. The Organising Committee is currently planning the programme and will post details of topics and speakers on this website as soon as possible. We will be making every effort to ensure the venues are as safe as possible for speakers, chairs and audience, in accordance Covid protocols. Numbers attending in person will be restricted. However, we plan to stream the proceedings live from Cahersiveen and to make the Derrynane sessions available to view on the website the following day (Sunday 24th). Registration for this year’s School will be primarily on-line and details will be posted on the website soon. ‘We are delighted to be organising the School again and to continue our exploration of the legacy of Daniel O’Connell and of the history and traditions of Iveragh’ commented Professor Maruice Bric, Academic Director of the School.

The Daniel O’Connell Summer School takes place in the Library, Cahersiveen  and in Derrynane House, Caherdaniel . The School highlights the legacy of Daniel O’Connell, nationally and internationally, explores issues of importance to O’Connell and which are still relevant today and celebrates the rich traditions and folklore of O’Connell’s native South Kerry.

The Report of the Summer School 2019 is available

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OUR SPEAKERS FROM 2019 SUMMER SCHOOL

Gerard Collins

Dr Mary McAuliffe

Eucharia Meehan

Dr Yvonne Galligan

Dr Martin O’Donoghue

Professor Terence Dooley

Stephen Collins

Seamus Mallon

Dr Fergus D’Arcy

Deaglán de Bréadún

Dr Cormac Ó Gráda

Mary McGillicuddy

Fionnbarr Moore

Hugh Gough

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