Postdoctoral Research Award in Irish Studies

The School of Canadian Irish Studies has become the premiere academic location in Canada for the study of Ireland and the Irish abroad. With six full-time professors and three fellows, Irish Studies at Concordia promotes an interdisciplinary engagement of the discipline, annually offering courses in History, Literature, Language, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Film, Theatre, Performance, Diaspora Studies, Visual and Material Culture, that attract more than nine hundred students. Currently, eighteen graduate students at the MA and PhD levels are working in distinct disciplines or in interdisciplinary programs. The School is home to the Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, and each year hosts two resident scholars and approximately eight visiting speakers from Ireland.

The ideal candidate will play a pivotal role in cultivating research in a given discipline represented by faculty members of the School or in interdisciplinary research that fosters links between various disciplines.

Preferred candidates will have completed their PhD within the last five years and are undertaking original research, publishing research findings, developing and expanding personal research networks, and preparing for research-intensive careers within and beyond academia.

For complete information:  7524 PostdocIrishStudies ConcordiaU