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Cavan County Council’s Historian in Residence, Dr Brendan Scott has been appointed to draw a Cavan based focus on the Decade of Centenaries.

History lectures, podcasts, exhibitions, school outreach, and a published collection of historical essays are among the range initiatives planned as Dr Scott charts this tumultuous period in Irish history. All content can be found on www.cavancoco.ie/centenaries and on facebook.com/cavancoco

Fortnightly Webisodes 3rd June - 9th August. Webisodes will premiere on Cavan County Council’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/cavancoco and online at www.cavancoco.ie/centenaries on Thursdays at 7.30pm from 3rd June - 9th August.





Dr Brendan Scott - Religion and religious discord in Belturbet 1610-1714








Dr Bríd McGrath on 'Unconstitutional acts, violence, intimidation, vote-rigging, fraud and resistance: Cavan's parliamentary elections, 1613'

The next Breifne lecture on 27th April 2021 at 7.30pm will be given by Dr Bríd McGrath, and the title of her talk is 'Unconstitutional acts, violence, intimidation, vote-rigging, fraud and resistance: Cavan's parliamentary elections, 1613' it will be available on Cavan Library's Facebook page.





'Fr Alexander J McCabe Eyewitness to the Spanish Civil War'

Cavan Library Service in association with Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne will host an online lecture by Tim Fanning on 'Fr Alexander J McCabe Eyewitness to the Spanish Civil War' on Tuesday 23rd March at 7.30 pm. It will be broadcasted online on Cavan Library Facebook page and Cavan Library website.





Bishop McKiernan Lecture

Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne in association with Cavan Library service will broadcast their annual Bishop McKiernan lecture online this year. At 7.30pm Tuesday 16th February tune into Facebook.com/CavanLibrary to view Dr. Brendan Scott who will give his lecture 'Religion and religious discord in Belturbet, 1610 - 1714'. A link to view this lecture will also be available simultaneously in the events section of our website www.cavanlibrary.ie/events.



Dr Brendan Scott - Religion and religious discord in Belturbet 1610-1714




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