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Dr Cathy Swift who is ...
obrienclan.com, 1 Oct 2014 [cached]
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".
The unique nature of Dál Cais ...
www.irishamericannews.com, 23 April 2014 [cached]
The unique nature of Dál Cais DNA: Catherine Swift, Director of Irish Studies, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick
Waterford Today - 18 May 2005 - Roche issues directions requiring protection of the Viking site on route of Waterford City By-pass,
www.waterford-today.ie, 18 May 2005 [cached]
Chairman Dr Catherine Swift said in reaction to Mr. Roche's statement: "When 130 local people came together in September 2004 to form the Save Viking Waterford Action Group, our primary aim was to ensure the safety and integrity of the Woodstown site and lobby for the full excavation of the Viking settlement.
Waterford Today - 9 February 2005 - Save Viking Waterford Action Group to organise fact finding missions to Denmark & Dublin
www.waterford-today.ie, 9 Feb 2005 [cached]
Dr Catherine Swift, chairman of SVWAG commented: "People are fascinated by the possible riches of Woodstown which unfortunately we can only guess at until the site is fully excavated.
Waterford Today - 22 June 2005 - Save Viking Waterford hold celebration BBQ in Cosy Thatch
www.waterford-today.ie, 22 June 2005 [cached]
SVWAG spokesperson, Dr Catherine Swift explained: "A great deal has happened since September 17th when a group of Waterford citizens got together under the chairmanship of the Waterford Trades Council and decided that they wanted to save the Woodstown Viking Site and lobby for a full research excavation.