Baron Eötvös and Count Strzelecki in Ireland: Poverty and Famine, 1837-49

Delighted to have had the opportunity to speak about two extraordinary European travellers to Ireland, Baron Jozsef Eötvös in 1837 and County Paul Strzelecki in 1847-9, at Stormont on 25 November 2021. Thanks to the Consulates of Poland and Hungary and Claire Sugden for hosting, and to Maciek Bator and Ken Belshaw for organising.

The powerpoint presentation can be downloaded here:

Published by

Prof. Peter Gray

Professor of Modern Irish History School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics Queen's University Belfast Belfast BT7 1NN N. Ireland, UK