Department of English Language & Literature Vacancies at MIC

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Mary Immaculate College (MIC) are currently seeking to fill two vacancies for researchers in the Department of English Language & Literature.

2. Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of English Language & Literature on a fulltime, fixed-term basis for a period of 30 months. The appointee will work on a project entitled ‘Interactional variation online: harnessing emerging technologies in the digital humanities to analyse online discourse in different workplace contexts, funded by Irish Research Council (IRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). MIC is the lead Irish institution on the project and will work alongside Cardiff University who are the lead UK institution.

– Job Specification

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2. Research Assistant in the Department of English Language & Literature on a part-time, fixed-term basis for a period of 30 months. The appointee will work on a project entitled ‘Interactional variation online: harnessing emerging technologies in the digital humanities to analyse online discourse in different workplace contexts, funded by Irish Research Council (IRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). MIC is the lead Irish institution on the project and will work alongside Cardiff University who are the lead UK institution.

– Job Specification

– Application Form


Mary Immaculate College deliver Higher Learning, Postgraduate, Masters courses for those eager to continue their education.

As a postgraduate at Mary Immaculate College (MIC) you will be part of a vibrant community of over 100 PhD researchers and 250 Masters students. Our postgraduate programmes are central to the College’s mission: to foster the intellectual, spiritual, and professional development of students through excellence in teaching, learning and research in a range of disciplines in Arts and Education.

Mary Immaculate College (MIC) realises that financial support structures for students undertaking postgraduate research at our college are critical in attracting world-class students to our campus. To this end, MIC offers numerous forms of financial support to postgraduate researchers including a Doctoral Award (PhD in Arts or Education), an MIC Doctoral Studentship, an MIC Postgraduate Award, numerous departmental Assistantships, Presidents Scholarships and Special Awards.

Students pursuing research postgraduate degrees in Arts or Education are eligible to apply for MIC awards. These are available on a competitive basis and at the discretion of the College.

Typically, awards provide a subsistence bursary for the normal registration period of benefiting students, and in some cases also off-set tuition fees.

For further information on Mary Immaculate College’s postgraduate programmes please enquire below.


Gemma Creagh

George Moore Scholars
Digital Encounters with the Past: IRC-supported Research


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