We are delighted to announce our second historian-in-residence position here at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. This is part of an ongoing partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
This exciting and unique residency will see the successful candidate conduct pioneering research in the field of Irish migration and diaspora studies, consistent with Government diaspora policy priorities.
They will develop strong relationships with the global Irish community and will facilitate greater diaspora engagement with the museum specifically and Ireland generally.
The historian-in-residence will also promote greater awareness and understanding of Ireland’s shared history by researching and developing a series of temporary exhibitions, creating and designing a programme of workshops and lectures for audiences of varying ages, utilising social media and publishing reports on their research findings.
Applications are currently sought from interested parties and anyone seeking more information can click here for full terms and conditions, before the closing date of 5:00pm on Friday February 21, 2020.