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Dr Cathy Swift who is ...
Dr Cathy Swift who is currently the director of Irish Studies at Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick will present a paper on "The women of Galway and the making of Brian Boru".
Clontarf-Historical Society meetings take place on the second Monday of the Month
Dr Cathy Swift, Mary Immaculate College
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The unique nature of Dál Cais DNA: Catherine Swift, Director of Irish Studies, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick
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The artefacts have been verified professionally and dated to the 12th and early 15th centuries by medieval stone carvings expert Jim Higgins (Heritage Officer for Galway City Council) and Dr Catherine Swift, Director of Irish Studies at Mary Immaculate College in Limerick.
The day concludes with a lecture on Brian Boru and Scattery's Viking settlers by Dr. Cathy Swift of Mary Immaculate College and Leonore Fisher, who specialises in Irish medieval history.
Dr Catherine ...
Dr Catherine Swift
Dr Catherine Swift is Director of Irish Studies at Mary Immaculate Training College, University of Limerick.
primary degree in Archaeology and History in UCD.
subsequently gained Master's degrees at the University of Durham
and at TCD, and a doctorate at the University of Oxford
taught in several universities in both Ireland and Britain before going to Limerick.
has published widely in the field of early Irish history.
current research in DNA is in pursuit of evidence for early medieval migration in the Viking period.