Applications invited for Postdoctoral Researcher in Economic History

Postdoctoral Researcher – Economic History Project: Theatronomics: the business of theatre, 1732–1809 School of English and Creative Arts, NUI Galway Ref. No. NUIG RES 193-21 The National University of Ireland Galway is recruiting 1 full-time, fixed term Postdoctoral Researcher – Economic historian for the project ‘Theatronomics: the business of theatre, 1732–1809′, led by Professor David… | Read on »

Applications invited for 2 Postdoctoral Posts in Cultural Economics

Postdoctoral Researchers (2 positions available) – Cultural Economics Project: Theatronomics: the business of theatre, 1732–1809 School of English and Creative Arts, NUI Galway Ref. No. NUIG RES 192-21 The National University of Ireland Galway is recruiting 2 full-time, fixed term Postdoctoral Researchers – Cultural Economics for the project ‘Theatronomics: the business of theatre, 1732–1809′, led… | Read on »

Applications invited for 2 Postdoctoral Posts in Eighteenth-century theatre history

Postdoctoral Researchers (2 positions available) – Eighteenth-century theatre history Project: Theatronomics: the business of theatre, 1732–1809 School of English and Creative Arts, NUI Galway Ref. No. NUIG RES 191-21 The National University of Ireland Galway is recruiting 2 full-time, fixed term Postdoctoral Researchers – Eighteenth-century theatre history for the project ‘Theatronomics: the business of theatre,… | Read on »

CLOSED – Applications Invited for 2 Postdoctoral Positions in ‘Creative Futures’

Postdoctoral Researchers – ‘Creative Futures’College of Arts, Social Sciences & Celtic Studies, NUI GalwayRef. No. NUIG RES 126-212 x Full-time, Fixed-Term Posts Available (2 Years) Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for two, two-year, fixed-term appointments as Postdoctoral Researchers in Creative Futures with the College of Arts, Social Sciences & Celtic Studies at NUI… | Read on »

CLOSED – Applications Invited for PhD Scholarship in Beach-dune environments as a Nature-based Solution

National University of Ireland Galway COLLEGE OF ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND CELTIC STUDIES GALWAY DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES Beach-dune environments as a Nature-based Solution: Understanding controlling variables in human dominated landscapes.  (Joint funded by CASSCS, NUI Galway & Climate Action Regional Office ASBN) Introduction A Structured Doctoral (PhD) Scholarship is available for four years to… | Read on »

CLOSED – Research Assistant/Postdoctoral Researcher Dissemination Post: Project on Computational Literary Studies now available!

  Research Assistant/Postdoctoral Researcher  Dissemination Post: Project on Computational Literary Studies Moore Institute College of Arts, Social Sciences & Celtic Studies NUI Galway Ref. No. NUIG RES 087-21 Full-time, fixed-term post (3 years, 7 months)   The Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure project (CLS INFRA) concentrates on ways to develop literary studies in the digital age…. | Read on »

RIA Announce CFP – ‘International politics in times of risk and uncertainty: the COVID-19 crisis and beyond’

The RIA has announced a Call for Papers for their upcoming conference – ‘International politics in times of risk and uncertainty: the COVID-19 crisis and beyond’ which will take place online, on Thursday, 29 April, 2021. Deadline for call for papers is Monday, 8 February 2021 at 17:00. All information including submission forms is available here…. | Read on »

Exhibition Launch: ‘A Time to Reflect’, by Máirtín O’Connor

Today sees the launch of a new online exhibition entitled, “A Time to Reflect“, by Máirtín O’Connor. The exhibition was designed, and is hosted, by the Moore Institute. The composer and accordionist Máirtín O’Connor, one of Ireland’s best known traditional musicians, likes to take the occasional photograph in his spare time. This exhibition brings together… | Read on »

NUI Galway Academic Awarded European Research Council Consolidator Grant

Dr Anne O’Connor from the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures in NUI Galway has received the first ever European Research Council Consolidator grant awarded to a project on translation and the first ever Consolidator grant in languages in Ireland. The ERC announced the winners (9 December 2020) of its latest Consolidator Grant competition for… | Read on »