Survey of Early-Career Researchers in Italian Studies
My name is Selena Daly (https://ucd.academia.edu/SelenaDaly) and I am the post-doctoral and early career researchers' representative for the Society of Italian Studies (http://italianstudies.org.uk), which supports academic Italian Studies in the UK and Ireland.

This survey aims to collect information about early-career researchers in Italian Studies, in order to better understand their destinations and career paths. Early-career researchers are defined as those who have received their PhD within the last 10 years (2004-2015).

Please complete this survey if
* you received your PhD (in Italian Studies) from a UK or Irish university;
OR
* you have held a position at a UK or Irish university (in Italian Studies) at any stage of your post-PhD career (regardless of where you obtained your PhD).

This survey will take approximately 2 minutes to complete. Your responses will be kept private.

If you have any comments, questions or feedback, please email me at selena.daly@ucd.ie.
Survey launched in January 2015.
In what year did you receive your PhD? *
What was the focus of your PhD research? *
Where did you receive your PhD? *
[optional] Please specify the university from which you received your PhD.
Did you receive funding for all or part of your PhD? *
If yes, what was the main source of your funding?
What is your current position? *
Note: Here, "lecturer" refers to the UK use of term, equivalent to US "assistant professor".
Is your current position a fixed-term contract or permanent? *
What is the location of your current position? *
If you are working outside academia, please specify the area of your current role.
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How soon after your PhD (date of viva / defence) did you secure your first full-time academic position (either fixed-term contract or permanent)?
What was your first academic position post-PhD (if different from current role)?
Note: Here, "lecturer" refers to the UK use of term, equivalent to US "assistant professor".
What was the location of your first academic position post-PhD?
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What was your second academic position post-PhD (if applicable)?
Note: Here, "lecturer" refers to the UK use of term, equivalent to US "assistant professor".
What was the location of your second academic position post-PhD?
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[optional] Your name
Name and surname
[optional] Your e-mail
Permanent e-mail address
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