photo: Warsaw University students visiting the Jewish cemetery in Bobowa, Poland

If you are interested in doing a BA, MA or PhD degree at Concordia that intersects with CEREV’s work, please contact Erica Lehrer, CEREV’s director, at

Please take note of Concordia’s INDI Program research currents in both Critical Curatorial Studies and Trauma & Resilience Studies as well as the Interdisciplinary Humanities Ph.D. program.

If you have or are developing a project that you think fits the CEREV mandate, and would like to inquire about ways we might support you, please contact Amber Berson, the CEREV Administrator, at

If you are interested in coming to CEREV as a postdoctoral fellow for one or more years, or as a short-term visiting researcher at any stage in your career, there are a few funding options:

(1) For Canadian citizens or permanent residents, you may apply to SSHRC or FQRSC.

(2) For NON-Canadian citizens and NON-permanent residents, there is the Quebec Merit Scholarhsip Program for Foreign Nationals.

(3) For either citizens/residents or NON-citizens/residents, there is the highly competitive Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship.

(4) In the cases of an exceptionally good fit between prospective researchers/curators and CEREV’s mandate, it may be possible to apply to CEREV directly for a small grant or fellowship. Please contact CEREV director Erica Lehrer at

See the 2012 CEREV-CURA Curatorial Research Fellows Program Call for Applications here.

Center for Ethnographic Research and Exhibition in the Aftermath of Violence