Bernard O'Hara

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Known as "one of Ireland's foremost scholars on Davitt", Bernard O'Hara has published eight books and numerous articles on Irish history. His list of publications includes many relating to the history and heritage of County Mayo. His latest book is a concise biography of Michael Davitt, first published in 2006 by Mayo County in association with the Michael Davitt Memorial Association.

Bernard is the former Registrar of the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT). Prior to his role as Registrar, he was Head of the School of Business and Humanities, a School with over 1,600 full-time and 1,000 part-time students. He has lectured widely in Business Studies, history and heritage topics at the GMIT, the National University of Ireland Galway (N
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What is hoped will be the Inaugural Mayo History Conference is to be held in the Gateway Hotel, Swinford, County Mayo, Ireland, from 1 to 3 March this year, as part of the town's 250 plus celebrations. This bustling east Mayo town was established in the eighteenth century by the Brabazon family, who received land in the area under the Cromwellian Settlement of 1652-53. Swinford, which first app... Read more of this blog post »
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