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Kinealy showcased in U.S. Embassy podcast on Frederick Douglass' time in Ireland

February 10, 2021

Christine Kinealy and Don Sawyer gesture in front of a statue of Frederick Douglass

Christine Kinealy, PhD, professor of history and director of Ireland's Great Hunger Institute, recently spoke about Frederick Douglass' time in Ireland on the U.S. Embassy's Dublin podcast, "The Diplomatic Pouch."

Kinealy, an internationally acclaimed expert on the impact of the Great Irish Famine as well as the relationship between poverty and famine in India, Spain, Canada, France, Finland and New Zealand. She has spoken to invited audiences in the British Parliament and in the U.S. Congress.

Listen to the podcast now

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