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Recognizing increased interdisciplinary connections in Irish Studies, we are pleased to fund graduate research that may not fit easily into the pre-existing categories of other ACIS fellowships. The Emmet Larkin Interdisciplinary Fellowship aims to encourage interdisciplinary research on topics that intersect with Irish Studies, including but not limited to music; creative writing; folklore; Irish language; social sciences; Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities Studies; disability studies; and other related fields.

This is an annual research award of $1,000 to be given to a Master’s or Ph.D. student conducting work on an Irish topic (diaspora included) at a North American institution.

The Emmet Larkin Interdisciplinary Fellowship is funded by the Georges Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust.

2024 Larkin Interdisciplinary Committee

Kelly Matthews, Framingham State College
Jim Walsh, University of Colorado-Denver
Charlotte Headrick, Oregon State University
Betsy Dougherty, Southern Illinois University

Application materials include a 2-3 page application letter (with a description of the research project and a statement of purpose), a CV, and two letters of recommendations. Materials will be sent as electronic files (Word documents or PDFs) via the submission portal below, to the ACIS past president, who serves as chair of the evaluation committee.

Submit letters of recommendation here.

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