Dermot Keogh

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Dermot Keogh (born 12 May 1945) is Professor of History and Emeritus Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration Studies at University College, Cork.[1]


  • Keogh, Dermot (2007). "The Catholic Church, the Holy See and the 1916 Rising". In Gabriel Doherty (ed). 1916 : the long revolution. Cork: Mercier Press. pp. 250–309. 
  • Church and Politics in Latin America ISBN 0-312-02815-6
  • Ireland and Europe, 1919 - 1948 ISBN 0-389-20803-5
  • Ireland and the Vatican:The Politics and Diplomacy of Church-State Relations 1922-1960 ISBN 0-902561-96-0
  • Jews In Twentieth Century Ireland:Refugees, Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust ISBN 1-85918-150-3 (Awarded the 1999 James S. Donnelly Sr Prize by the American Conference for Irish Studies in the history/social science category)
  • The Rise of the Irish Working Class:The Dublin Trade Union Movement and Labour Leadership 1890-1914 ISBN 0-904651-75-4
  • Twentieth Century Ireland:Nation and State ISBN 0-7171-1624-7
  • The Vatican, the Bishops and Irish Politics 1919-1939 ISBN 0-521-30129-7


  1. ^ "College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences: Staff". University College Cork. Retrieved 2010-04-17. 

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