Myles Dungan’s 2019 history roadshow – De Valera & the 1st Dáil – continues its nationwide tour, with Dublin the focus over the Summer months.
- Wed. 21 August – Lucan Library – Dr. David McCullagh The Rise of the Long Fellow
- Thurs 22 August – Tallaght Library – Catriona Crowe – The Hammer and the Pen: The Development of the First Wave of Irish Feminism
- Thurs 29 August – Ballyroan Library – Turtle Bunbury Transatlantic Connections
- Thurs 5 September – Clondalkin Library – Liz Gillis The Irish War of Independence 1919-21
- April 12 – Muckross House, Killarney, Dr. Kate O’Malley, Irish Revolutionary Women & The Wider World
- May 14 – Portlaoise Library, Ian Kenneally, Fake News & Irish Freedom
- May 17 – Muckross House, Killarney, Author Ian Kenneally, Fake News & Irish Freedom
- May 28 – Portlaoise Library, Dr. Kate O’Malley, Irish Revolutionary Women & The Wider World
There was a full house, and a most appreciative audience, at the roadshow event in Cork on Saturday, March 30.
Cork City Library was the venue for the free, day-long event.
Myles was joined by David McCullagh and Liz Gillis for a day of lectures and presentations, including…
- The Rise of the Long Fellow
- 1919: Year of Revolution
- The Alpha Male in Irish History
Muckross House in Killarney also hosted a number of successful roadshow events, all Friday nights at 7.30pm…
- March 22 – David McCullagh – De Valera and the First Dáil
- April 12 – Kate O’Malley – Irish Revolutionary Women & The Wider World
- May 17 – Ian Kenneally – Fake News & Irish Freedom
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