Irish Sir Montana Awards

What are they?

What are they?

This SIR Montana Award is for a minimum period of 1 semester to teach an introductory course in Irish History from the earliest records to the present day, a second course in the awardee’s area of expertise and interest, and to collaborate with scholars from Native American studies to develop comparative courses of study in the Irish and Native American experience of conquest, colonization and cultural dispossession.

Grant activities will be agreed between the successful Scholar and the Director of the University of Montana’s Irish Studies Program to reflect the Scholar’s expertise and experience and the University of Montana’s requirements.

 

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