Dennis Kennedy

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Dennis Campbell Kennedy is a writer on Irish and European affairs. Currently based in Belfast,  he has worked 
as a journalist in both parts of Ireland, and in the United States and Africa. From 1985-1991, he was Head of the 
European Commission Office in Northern Ireland, and later  lecturer in European Studies in Queen's University 
Belfast.
Born in Lisburn, Co.Antrim, he was educated at Wallace High School Lisburn, Queen's University, Belfast, and 
Trinity College Dublin. He graduated in Modern History from Queen's in 1958, and received a PhD from Dublin 
University (Trinity College) in 1985. Read more...

Belfast Liteary Society

Books

THE BELFST LITERARY SOCIETY 

The Belfast Literary Society was founded in 1801 with the object of securing ‘an evening in every month for literary conversation’ based on a paper presented by a member of the Society, with the hope that such discussion would be ‘suited to every class of intelligent men’.   The Society continues to this day. Membership is by invitation.            


The following papers have been presented to the Society by Dennis Kennedy.


Daffodil Days

Cecily 

Nelson on his Pillar

Out of Print

The Member for Lisburn

Dostoyevski in Dublin 4

The Brook Kerith