Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Irish Research Council (IRC) annually offers postdoctoral fellowships of one or two years’ duration. Applicants of any nationality are eligible, but must be in residence at an Irish university during the fellowship period. Application is made under the mentorship of a member of the academic staff at the university where the applicant hopes to reside.
The Department of Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin welcomes applications under this scheme. Mentors are available, in particular, in the following areas:
- Epistemology (Paul O’Grady)
- Philosophy of Language (James Levine)
- Philosophy of Religion (Paul O’Grady, Kenneth Pearce)
- Ethics (Ben Bramble)
- Phenomenology (Lilian Alweiss)
- History of Philosophy:
- Ancient (Vasilis Politis)
- Medieval (Paul O’Grady)
- Early Modern (Kenneth Pearce)
- Modern European (Lilian Alweiss)
- Analytic (James Levine, Paul O’Grady)
There has been a rich tradition of philosophical excellence at Trinity since its foundation in 1592 and today the Department is a close-knit, lively intellectual community of researchers, teachers and students that combines high-quality teaching with expansive research activity.
The deadline for applications is 30 November, 2017. Prospective applicants may either contact their proposed mentor directly or contact the Philosophy Department’s Director of Research, Kenneth Pearce (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Complete details on the Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme can be found at: http://research.ie/funding/goipd/?f=postdoctoral.
More information on the TCD Philosophy Department can be found at: https://www.tcd.ie/Philosophy/.