Daniel O'Connell School to be held on 22nd-24th October 2021 The Organising Committee of the Daniel O'Connell School is pleased to announce that this year's (2021) School will be held on Friday 22nd October to Sunday 24th October, the October
All associated with the Daniel O’Connell Summer School wish to express their deep regret at the death of Seamus Mallon, politician and statesman. Seamus spoke at the 2019 Summer School in Cahersiveen and was the first recipient of the Daniel
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The Daniel O’Connell Summer School takes place in the Library, Cahersiveen on Friday 23rd August and in Derrynane House, Caherdaniel on Saturday 24th August 2019. The School highlights the legacy of Daniel O’Connell, nationally and internationally, explores issues of importance
Programme details for the 2018 Summer School have just been released. The School runs over two days - Friday the 31st of August at Cahersiveen Library and Saturday September 1st at Derrynane House, Caherdaniel. Programme Highlights 2018 >>
The Daniel O’Connell Summer School will be held in Cahersiveen and Derrynane on Friday/Saturday, 26/27 August next. Cahersiveen-born Professor Maurice Bric who is the Director of the School said that “unlike some of the other Summer Schools, the Daniel O’Connell
The programme for the Daniel O’Connell Summer School 2016 has just been announced. The Summer School will take place on Friday 26th in the Library in Cahersiveen and on Saturday 27th August in Derrynane House, Caherdaniel, Co Kerry. Professor Maurice
The Report of the Daniel O’Connell Summer School 2015 is now available. Papers delivered at the Summer School by Ambassador Dan Mulhall, Professor John P McCarthy, Dr Conor Mulvagh and Professor Rionach uí Ógáin are also available.
The Daniel O’Connell School will be held in Cahersiveen/Derrynane on Friday/Saturday, 28/29 August and is open to all. The full programme is available here.
The Daniel O’Connell Summer School was held in Cahersiveen and Derrynane, Co Kerry on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th August 2014. The programme is available HERE Welcoming over 200 people to the opening session in The Library, Cahersiveen, the Director