This website contains a archive of Frank Armstrong’s articles and other writings. Frank earned a history degree from University College Dublin during which he spent a year at the University of Amsterdam on an Erasmus scholarship. He also qualified as a barrister at the Honorable Society of King’s Inns and gained a Masters at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, as well as a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education at UCD, to become a secondary school teacher.
His work has been published in the Irish Times, the Dublin Review of Books, Village Magazine and the London Magazine, among others. He is the author of ‘Beef with Potatoes: food, agriculture, and sustainability in modern Ireland’ for The Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Vol. 115C, Food and Drink in Ireland (2015)and taught a course on the history and politics of food in UCD. His interests include food, ecology, literature and politics. Frank aspires to poetry and tweets prosaically from @frankarmstrong2.
He is the Content Editor and Founder of Cassandra Voices

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