Decade of Centenaries commemorations
At the links below, you can watch some of the 'webisodes' and online lectures delivered by Cavan County Council Historian in Residence Dr Brendan Scott, and guest lecturers from across Ireland and the UK, discussing historical incidents of note that occurred in Cavan 100 years ago as part of the ongoing Decade of Centenaries Commemorations.
These lectures are part of Cavan County Council's Decade of Centenaries commemorations and are supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport, and Media under the Decade of Centenaries 2012-2023 initiative.
WATCH: Decade of Centenaries Guest Lectures 2022
Guest lectures on the revolutionary period, curated by Cavan County Council Historian in Residence, Dr Brendan Scott
WATCH: Centenary Webisode Series 2022
Our Historian-in-Residence Dr Brendan Scott presents a series of webisodes as part of the Decade of Centenaries Commemorations
Decade of Centenaries Bursary
The Decade of Centenaries Bursary recognises the significant contribution of local historians in furthering this important field of study.
WATCH: Centenary Lecture - The Attack on Travers R. Blackley, 8th April 1922
One hundred years on, Historian in Residence Dr Brendan Scott looks back on an attack on the Farnham estate agent, which took place on 8th April 1922
WATCH: Centenary Lecture Series 2021
Video lecture series. Featured speakers include Dr Mel Farrell, Dr Daniel Purcell, Commandant Daniel Ayiotis, Nick Perry, John Garahy and Dr Brian Hanley.
WATCH: Decade of Centenaries Webisodes 2021
Cavan County Council’s Historian in Residence, Dr Brendan Scott presents a series of ‘webisodes’ discussing historical incidents of note that occurred in Cavan 100 years ago as part of the ongoing Decade of Centenaries Commemorations.
LISTEN: Cavan History Podcast
Cavan County Library Service and Cavan County Council’s Historian-in-Residence, Dr Brendan Scott have teamed up to create a new Cavan History Podcast Series.
WATCH: Centenary Lecture Series 2020
Video lecture series. Featured speakers include Dr Sinéad McCoole, Dr Brian Hughes, Fr. Ultan McGoohan, Dr Darragh Gannon, John Dorney and Dr Mary McAuliffe.