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New Book on the Big Houses in Kerry Coming Soon

Irish Life and Lore is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication, ‘The Big House in Kerry’, edited by Jane O’Keeffe. Fourteen Kerry historians will contribute eighteen chapters to this coffee-table format publication, as follows: Kay Caball: Crotta House, Crotta Donald Cameron: Ardfert Abbey, Ardfert and Beaufort House, Beaufort Tom Denny: Tralee Castle Tom Dillon: Kilmorna, […]

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Irish Life and Lore Podcasts

We are delighted to present the Irish Life and Lore podcast: ‘Voices from the Archive’. Drawing on our library of over 4,000 hours of oral history recordings, collected over twenty years, Maurice O’Keeffe examines topics ranging from the Great Irish Famine to Irish railway history. Carefully chosen sound clips are woven together to provide a […]

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Oral History Project on Engineering in Ireland

We are delighted to report that work has concluded on an exciting new oral history project, sponsored by, and in association with, the Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE), Engineers Ireland and the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI). Members of these three organisations include, for example, current and former Chairpersons / Presidents of the […]

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The Old Kerry Journal, Vol 7 Available Now

Volume 7 of ‘The Old Kerry Journal’ will provide our loyal readers with much to contemplate, and to enjoy, during this strangest of times in all our lives. Our newest edition includes an excerpt from a previously unpublished work by the late Russell McMorran on 19th century Kerry historian and genealogist, Mary Agnes Hickson. She […]

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Voices of the Troubles Oral History Collection

Launched in October 2018, Voices of the Troubles is a unique oral history project sponsored by the EU Special EU Programmes Body Peace IV fund under the objective to build positive relations with people from different backgrounds and communities to support peace and reconciliation. Due to the history of division in Northern Ireland and the border […]

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