IACI Visiting Fellowship in Irish Studies at the National University of Ireland, Galway
Awarded by Irish-American Cultural Institute (IACI)
To allow scholars whose work relates to any aspect of Irish studies who wish to spend a semester at the University of Ireland, Galway.
The holder of the fellowship will be provided with services appropriate to a visiting faculty member during his or her time at NUI-Galway. There are certain relatively minor departmental responsibilities expected of the holder during his or her time at UCG, and certain other expectations regarding publication, upon completion of the fellowship. Please see the website for details external link.
Open to scholars who normally reside in the United States of America, and whose work relates to any aspect of Irish studies.
At least 4 months
Applicants must complete an application form and submit this with a current curriculum vitae and list of publications. Application forms are available on request. Applications can be downloaded from the IACI website.
Jointly funded with the National University International-Galway
The Irish-American Cultural Institute (IACI), a non-profit educational institute, is dedicated to preserving and promoting the highest standards of artistic development, education, research and entertainment in fostering the cultural understanding of Irish heritage in America. With international headquarters in Morristown, NJ, the Institute has a long history of supporting the arts and humanities through grants and awards as well as through programming. The Institute is strictly non-political and non-sectarian. Founded in 1962, the IACI is the sole United States of America organization with the distinction of having the President of Ireland as patron.