[URBANTH-L]POSTDOCS: Children' and young people' experiences of
immigration/integration in contemporary Ireland
acjancius at ysu.edu
Fri Nov 11 16:35:08 EST 2005
Three postdoctoral research posts available
A Marie Curie Excellence Team project, Department of Geography, University
Migrant Children: Children' and young people' experiences of immigration
and integration in contemporary Irish society
Closing date for applications: 18th November 2005
Duration: April 2006-September 2009 (42 months)
Salary: 40,440 per annum (plus EU mobility allowances where applicable)
Three postdoctoral researchers are sought to work as part of a team in the
Department of Geography UCC, on a Marie Curie funded research programme
exploring the immigration and integration experiences of children and young
people in contemporary Ireland. Each researcher will have responsibility for
designing and conducting a research project which will contribute to the
overall coherence of the programme as a whole. The methodology will be
primarily qualitative, with particular emphasis on child-centred
methodological approaches. The research team will be interdisciplinary and
international. The likely structure is that Post A will focus on
children/young people in African/refugee/asylum-seeker migrant communities
in Ireland, Post B on migrant children/young people from eastern Europe and
Post C on migrant children/young people from other parts of the world (eg.,
Chinese, Philipinne, Indian, Brazilian, or others).
All three successful candidates will have a PhD or a minimum of four years'
full-time postgraduate research experience, and will have experience in
conducting research on migration/ethnicity/migrant communities, and/or
childhood/youth studies. They will have the ability to design and manage
their own research projects, while working within a team. Appropriate
language skills and empirical research skills would be an advantage.
Nationals of EU Member States and Associated States are eligible to apply.
Non-EU (or non-Associated State) nationals can apply, but a maximum of one
post can be filled be a non-EU (or Associated State) national.
Application by way of CV, cover letter and one/two page outline research
Dr. Caitríona Ní Laoire, Department of Geography, University College Cork,
Ireland. c.nilaoire at ucc.ie / Tel: + 353 21 4903656, including the names and
email addresses of three academic referees. Informal enquiries to same.
Please specify for which post(s) you are applying.
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