UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland | Director: Professor Liam Kennedy
The UCD Clinton Institute was established in 2003 to provide a focus for research and postgraduate teaching in the field of American Studies. It offers Masters and PhD degrees in the field and also runs a programme of activities devoted to advancing academic research and public discussion about the United States. Drawing on many disciplines the Institute offers a dynamic and wide-ranging coverage of American politics, culture and society.
Through our research, teaching and programme of conferences, seminars, international exchanges and scholarships the Institute promotes American Studies nationally and internationally. It works to bring together existing work on American themes at Irish universities, build international research networks, and also develop links with cultural, diplomatic and business organisations with interest in the US.
The Institute is ideally located to focus particular attention on transatlantic issues, including US relations with Irish and Western Europe. It provides researchers, teachers and policy-makers with a forum for understanding changing relations between the US and European nations in their historical complexity and in relations to contemporary ideological, political and intellectual debate.
Applications are invited for one permanent appointment as Lecturer/ Assistant Professor, UCD Clinton Institute for American Studies. This is an entry level lecturing position supporting the provision of the teaching and research programmes of the UCD Clinton Institute.
The Lecturer will have particular responsibility for teaching and research in the fields of US Foreign Policy and Diplomacy. The successful candidate will prepare, design, deliver and assess high-quality modules across the various MA programmes offered by the Institute. They will also undertake such administrative duties as assigned by the Director or his nominee.
Speakers in the videos above include: Prof. Robert Dalleck, Prof. Scott Lucas, Prof David Ryan, Prof. Robert Brigham & Prof. Scott Lucas.