Current Postdoctoral Fellows
Dr Anne-Julie Lafoye
Anne-Julie Lafaye is a medieval archaeologist interested in the buildings and landscape context of religious orders in medieval Europe, especially the mendicant orders in Ireland. After completing her undergraduate degree in History and Archaeology at the University of Rouen and the first year of a Master’s Degree in Medieval Archaeology with the Sorbonne University, she enrolled on the MLitt and then a PhD programme of UCD’s School of Archaeology under the supervision of Prof. Tadhg O’Keeffe and Dr Edel Bhreathnach. Before beginning her IRC Postdoctoral Fellowship in UCC she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Trinity College Dublin and the Discovery Programme. She is one of the collaborators on the Monastic Ireland project.
Spiritual Infrastructure, Space and Society: The Augustinian Friars in Late Medieval Ireland
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Dr Martin Wall
Martin Wall is an Irish Research Council/European Commission funded Marie Curie CAROLINE Fellow and specialises in the area of climate change and security. Martin’s current work focuses on understanding how states are responding to and adapting to climate change as it exacerbates existing humanitarian crises. He is also interested in broader international efforts to tackle climate change.
Prior to joining adelphi, Martin managed an business incubator for marine and energy startups in as part of the Irish Maritime and Energy Resource Cluster.
Martin holds a Ph.D. in Contemporary History from University College Cork, Ireland where he examined Ireland’s relationship with the European Union after accession. Martin received several funding awards for this research including a Government of Ireland Scholarship and an Erasmus Scholarship. His research focused on Irish government relations with the then European Economic Community in the 1970s and he has published on this area. Martin also holds a BA in History and English from University College Cork.
Former Postdoctoral and Research Fellows
Dr Ruth Canning
Dr Ruth Canning is a Marie Curie International Research Fellow from 2012 to 2015, a post which she held jointly between Concordia University, Montreal, and the National University of Ireland, University College Cork. Awarded by the European Commission, the Marie Curie prize is one of Europe’s most competitive and prestigious awards, fostering interdisciplinary research and international collaborations. A historian of early modern Ireland with a special focus on Ireland's Nine Years' War (1594-1603), Dr Canning’s research examines the socio-political impact of war on identity formation amongst Ireland's minority Old English population. Dr Canning is a former Government of Ireland Scholar who completed a PhD in history at University College Cork in 2012. Originally from Galway, Ireland, she completed a BA at Mount Allison University and a MA at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Dr Chad Ludington
Dr Chad Ludington was a Marie Curie International Research Fellow, 2015-17, working on a project on Irish merchants in Bordeaux.
Dr James O'Neill
Dr James O'Neill was an Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow 2013-15, working on a project on the Military Revoluion and the Nine Years War in Ireland.
IRCHSS Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellow, 2011-2013
Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellow, 2012-2013
Government of Ireland/Marie Curie CARA Postdoctoral Research Mobility Fellow in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2011-2014
Appointed Lecturer in History at Cardiff University in 2014