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 elehrer@alcor.concordia.ca.

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 cerev@alcor.concordia.ca.

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 elehrer@alcor.concordia.ca.

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

Center for Ethnographic Research and Exhibition in the Aftermath of Violence