As part of the Black, Brown and Green Voices series, and collaboration with the African American Irish Diaspora Network, we present a public interview with Professor Herman D. Farrell, professor of theatre, Eugene O'Neill scholar and incoming president of the Eugene O'Neill Society.
Born in New York and now based at the University of Kentucky, Herman D. Farrell is a University Research Professor, the Vice President Eugene O'Neill Society, Editorial Review Board Member of The Eugene O'Neill Review, and a member of the Dramatists Guild America. Herman has published and presented extensively on O'Neill and is personally interested in the intersections of American, Caribbean and Irish ethnic history.
Black, Brown and Green Voices represents a documentation strategy and public humanities initiative which aims to amplify the diversity of the Irish diaspora by recording interviews with Black and Brown Irish Americans and those who speak to the Black experience in Ireland. The project director is historian Dr. Miriam Nyhan Grey who has been affiliated with New York University since 2008 and is a founding board member of the African American Irish Diaspora Network.
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