Consul Dobrzynski

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‘Their Man in Eblana – An Irishman’s Diary about Poland’s Hibernophile diplomat Waclaw Dobrzynski’ – read this interesting article on Consul Dobrzyński written by Frank McNally in The Irish Times (Sat, May 6). Thank you for helping us spread the word Frank!

 

Join us for a lecture delivered by Ian Cantwell, Dobrzyński’s grandson and historian in his own right, on his grandfather’s life and career. The lecture entitled ‘A life of two exiles’ will be delivered on Wednesday, May 10 at 13:00 in the Royal Irish Academy. No need to book, admission free.

More details are available here

 

 

Dr Gabriel Doherty from University College Cork will deliver a lecture on the history of Irish-Polish relations in 1795-1929. It will take place on Tuesday, July 11, at 18:30 in the Conference Room of the Dublin City Library and Archive, 138-144 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

The lecture will acompany the ‘Friends in Times of Turmoil” exhibition which is presented in the Dublin City Library until the end of July. Admission for both is free, all are welcome!

 

Dr Gabriel Doherty, UCC

 

 

Wacław Tadeusz Dobrzyński—the man who got Douglas Hyde in trouble – read this feature published in the July/August issue of History Ireland.

 

Don’t miss a lecture on the history of Irish-Polish relations in 1916-1918 delivered in Cork by Dr Gabriel Doherty from University College Cork .

It will take place on Saturday, September 16 at 5pm in St. Peter’s, N Main Street, Cork .

The lecture will acompany the ‘Friends in Times of Turmoil” exhibition which is presented in St. Peter’s Cork  for the month of September.

Admission for both is free, all are welcome!

 

Dr Gabriel Doherty, UCC

Friends through the Ages: Ireland and Poland– a lecture on Irish -Polish relations will be delivered by Dr Roisin Healy (NUI Galway) in the following locations:

  • October 24, 6:30pm  – Ennis County Library, Main Street, Ennis
  • November 14, 7pm – Galway City Council, College Road, Galway

Admission free. All are very welcome too attend.

 

 

 

Róisín Healy is Lecturer in Modern European History at NUI Galway specialising in Irish, German and Polish History. Her most recent publications include the books, Poland in the Irish Nationalist Imagination, 1772-1922: Anti-Colonialism within Europe and 1916 in Global Context: An Anti-Imperial Moment.

 

 

Join us for a lecture The Fourth Path – Ireland and the Polish Question, 1916-1918 delivered by Dr Gabriel Doherty, School of History, UCC.

The talk explores the history of Irish-Polish relations with particular focus on the discussion in Ireland of the diplomacy surrounding the ‘Polish Question’ from 1916 to 1918.

 

The talk will be delivered on Tuesday, Decmber 5, at 7pm, in the Wexford Town Library, Mallin Street, Wexford.

Admission is free but prior booking is eesential (phone: 053-9196760).

 

Gabriel Doherty is a lecturer in the School of History, University College Cork, with a research in modern Irish history, with particular reference to the history of Irish-Polish relations.