Visiting Professor in Irish Studies

The Philosophische Fakultät at the Universität des Saarlandes invites applications for the position of Visiting Professor in Irish Studies for the period 1 October 2024 – 31 March 2025. Deadline for Applications: 30 April 2024 The Visiting Professor in Irish Studies is a joint initiative of the Government of Ireland, the Irish Embassy in Berlin and the Universität des Saarlandes.

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NOW OPEN: LCIS Visiting Scholars

LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, and Irish College Leuven invites applications for its visitingscholars programme 2024. Researchers working with LCIS’s areas of research who wish to conduct aresearch stay at KU Leuven may want to apply for one of the following two options. Short-term LCIS Visiting FellowsFor the year 2024 LCIS will award two non-stipendiary LCIS Visiting Fellowships

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JOB: Post-doctoral Research Fellow, School of English, Drama & Film

Applications are invited for two temporary posts of a Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 within UCD School of English, Drama & Film. The successful candidates will work on the Wellcome Trust funded project “Drinking Cultures: The Cultural Reception of Medical Developments Related to Alcohol in Ireland, 1700-1900” under the direction of Dr Lucy Cogan. The “Drinking Cultures” project is the first long-view study to analyse the

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ADVERT: Membership Secretary

The International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL) is seeking to appoint a paid Membership Secretary from 1 December 2023. This is a significant opportunity for an individual interested in Irish Studies to become actively involved in the administration of an international society catering to more than 300 members across the globe. The successful candidate will work with

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FELLOWSHIP: LCIS Visiting Scholars Programme 2024

LCIS, the Leuven Centre for Irish Studies, and Irish College Leuven invites applications for its visitingscholars programme 2024. Researchers working with LCIS’s areas of research who wish to conduct aresearch stay at KU Leuven may want to apply for one of the following two options. Short-term LCIS Visiting Fellows For the year 2024 LCIS will award two non-stipendiary LCIS Visiting

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PHD SCHOLARSHIP: FOLLOWING CHARABANC THEATRE COMPANY – A TRADITION OF WOMEN’S THEATRE-MAKING IN NORTHERN IRELAND/THE NORTH OF IRELAND

Queen’s University Belfast | Supervisors Drs Shonagh Hill & Trish McTighe This project examines female creative labour in the theatre industry in Northern Ireland and a tradition of women’s theatre-making since the 1990s. Comprehensive overviews of women’s theatre-making in Northern Ireland are offered by Imelda Foley’s The Girls in the Big Picture: Gender in Contemporary Ulster Theatre (Belfast: The Blackstaff

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PHD SCHOLARSHIP: Contemporary Irish Literature and Publishing, University College Dublin

The School of English, Drama and Film at University College Dublin is pleased to announce a doctoral scholarship to work as part of a funded project under the supervision of Dr Tim Groenland with co-supervisor Professor Margaret Kelleher. The award includes a stipend of €19,000 per annum (for a maximum of four years, renewable each year subject to satisfactory progress),

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JOB: Assistant Lecturer in Drama & Theatre

The School of Informatics and Creative Arts at Dundalk Institute of Technology wishes to recruit an Assistant Lecturer in Theatre and Drama to support the delivery of the BA Theatre and Film Practice and BA (Hons) Drama and Performance. Applicants must have a primary honours degree in a relevant discipline as well as having a relevant post-graduate qualification of at least

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FELLOWSHIP: The O’Donnell Fellowship In Irish Studies

Applications are open for the 2024 O’Donnell Fellowship in Irish Studies at St Mary’s Newman Academic Centre, University of Melbourne, Australia. The O’Donnell library forms the core of an Irish Studies collection that has grown since 1924 with further donations and acquisitions relating to Ireland. Highlights of the collection include many 19th-century Irish histories and Irish-language publications. There are two 19th-century

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SCHOLARSHIPS: The University at Buffalo Libraries

The University at Buffalo Libraries is pleased to announce the following opportunities for 2023-24 Special Collections Fellowships: I. Dr. John Bishop Memorial Visiting Scholar Fund II. UB Humanities Institute: James Joyce Fellowship and Charles D. Abbott Library Fellowship The deadline for applications for the 2023-24 academic year is May 31, 2023. See below for full details. I. Dr. John Bishop Memorial

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