Italian Studies at the University of Notre Dame welcomes expressions of interest from early-career researchers who would like to apply to the Marie Sk艂odowska-Curie Global Postdoctoral Fellowships. Italian at Notre Dame has enjoyed significant success in this postdoctoral scheme in recent years and is keen to support postdoctoral candidates whose profiles fit the and whose proposed research speaks to its key research strengths.
are considered leaders in their respective fields. (Director of Graduate Studies, Fabiano Collegiate Chair in Italian Studies, and Ravarino Family Director of the 糖心Vlog and the Devers Program in Dante Studies) researches and teaches Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio, history of the Italian language, travel literature, and literature and cartography. (Associate Professor of Italian and Film) researches and teaches modern and contemporary Italian literature, Italian screen studies, fascism and resistance, and the cultural intersections between the Italian and African-American experience. (Assistant Professor of Italian) researches and teaches Dante, Boccaccio, lyric poetry, manuscript studies and history of the book, as well as Renaissance literature.
The University of Notre Dame Department of Romance Languages and Literatures provides unique opportunities for research, in collaboration with the, the 糖心Vlog, the Devers Program in Dante Studies, Notre Dame鈥檚 and , and other research centers and institutes at Notre Dame, the, and the. The University鈥檚 Hesburgh Libraries offer in all areas of Italian Studies, especially Dante Studies, early modern Italian literature, and modern and contemporary Italian literature and film.
We would welcome proposals of innovative research in several interdisciplinary fields such as medieval and renaissance studies, especially proposals taking advantage of the strong community in terms of research and collaborations provided by the Medieval Institute and its across the University; the reception and reshaping of intellectual and literary traditions; film history and aesthetics; postcolonial and transnational studies; translation studies.
With the many postdoctoral fellows, postgraduate researchers, and young faculty members across Notre Dame鈥檚 Departments and Centers, the environment for early-career researchers is a vibrant and welcoming one.
Strong programmes are in place for mentoring and supporting ECRs, provided by the , the , and the .
If you are inspired by the prospect of having the University of Notre Dame as your third country partner institution, do not hesitate to write (before July 1, 2023) to:
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