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26 Apr 2017

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Lecturer below the bar in History

Title of Post: Lecturer below the bar in History

Contract Type: Tenure Track (five year fixed term). During the term of the contract the successful applicant will have the opportunity to apply for tenure in accordance with the University's Policy and Procedures for Granting Multi-annual Status to Entry-level Academic Staff

Salary Scale: €38,348 - €52,722 p.a.

Informal enquiries regarding the post may be directed to:
Professor Anthony McElligott
Head
Department of History
University of Limerick
Email: anthony.mcelligott@ul.ie

Contact Person :
Professor Anthony McElligott
Competition Type :
Academic

Contact Email :
anthony.mcelligott@ul.ie
Job ID :
021888

Contact Number :
 
Close Date :
05-May-2017 12:00

Further Particulars :
 

http://www.ul.ie/ULH/sites/default/files/Lecturer%20below%20the%20bar%20in%20History%20April%202017.pdf

25 Apr 2017

Conference: Osmanlılar Döneminde Kudüs Uluslararası Sempozyumu International Symposium on al-Quds during the Ottoman Period 29-30 Nisan/April 2017 "Liberated, Conquered or Occupied? 11 December 1917 the Day Allenby Entered Jerusalem and Everything Changed" Kurtarıldı, Fethedildi veya İşgal Edildi? 11 Aralık 2017’de Allenby Kudüs’e Girdiği ve Herşeyin Değiştiği Gün

Submitted and accepted for publication: “Occupation during and after the War (Middle East)”, International Encyclopaedia of the First World War http://www.1914-1918-online.net/ at Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)

Book review: Agnes de Dreuzy, The Holy See and the Emergence of the Modern Middle East: Benedict XV’s Diplomacy in Greater Syria (1914-1922), in The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 103, No.1 (Winter 2017), p. 146-147.

18 Apr 2017

Dr Lachlan McKinnon is an Oral Historian and SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Canada. He completed his Ph.D. at the Center for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University in Montreal in History in 2016 with a thesis titled: Deindustrialization on the Periphery: An Oral History of Sydney Steel, 1945-2016. The thesis examined oral histories of workers displaced by the closure of industrial or manufacturing workplaces and is currently being prepared for publication by Toronto University Press. He has published a number of journal articles and book chapters, and is also co-editor with Steven High and Andrew Perchard, The Deindustrialized World: Confronting Ruination in Post-Industrial Places (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press 2017). His current research is a comparative study of workers' experiences of displacement and state policy in Canada, Ireland, and the Scottish Highlands. In addition to the many awards he has received in the past, he has been recently awarded a prestigious Dobbin Atlantic Scholarship to enable him to carry out this research in Ireland as Visiting Fellow in the Department of History at UL, where he had spent part of 2008/2009 as a Study Abroad Student.

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