Concordia University


Full time faculty

The Peter O'Brien Visiting Scholar in Canadian Irish Studies

This position, jointly funded by Concordia University and the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation, brings a distinguished scholar to teach within the programs of the School of Canadian Irish Studies every fall semester. The duties of the Peter O’Brien Visiting Scholar are to teach two undergraduate courses within an appropriate department and to give a public lecture under the auspices of the School's Irish Lecture Series.

The name of the next Peter O'Brien Visiting Scholar will be announced in Spring 2017.


Part-Time Faculty

  • Kate Bligh
    Part-time Faculty, School of Irish Studies
    Part-time Faculty, Theatre
    Part-time Faculty, English

  • Sara Terreault
    Part-time Faculty, Theological Studies
    Part-time Faculty, School of Irish Studies

    Pilgrimage theory & practice; Celtic Christianity; historical & contemporary spiritual practices; contemplative traditions; theology & the arts; theology & culture; research methodology & pedagogy; Indigenous research methodology & pedagogy

Irish Language Scholar

Siobhán Ní Mhaolagáin 

Irish Language and Culture


  • Lorrie Blair
    Professor and Acting Chair, Art Education
    Fellow, School of Irish Studies

  • Ted McCormick
    Associate Professor, History
    Fellow, School of Irish Studies

    Early modern Britain, Early modern Ireland, intellectual history, history of science, Atlantic history
  • Rhona Richman Kenneally
    Professor, Design and Computation Arts
    Fellow, School of Irish Studies

  • S. Robert Aiken
    Emeritus Professor, Geography, Planning and Environment

    Tropical deforestation, Cultural geography, Developing country environmental issues.
  • Ian Irvine
    Professor, Economics
    Fellow, School of Irish Studies

    Tobacco use and policy

Post-doctoral Scholar


Matina SkalkogiannisAssistant to the Principal

Marion Mulvenna, Manager, Promotion and Community Outreach

Angie ParkerOffice Assistant

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