MUNFLA News and Events

 Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Folklore and Language Archive (MUNFLA) is offering a postdoctoral fellowship for a Community Engaged Research Specialist. The fellow will work closely with MUNFLA staff and the Folklore Archive Committee, under the direction of Dr. Kelley Totten, to assist in the restructuring and development of collections policies, new program initiatives, grant writing, and archival research.

We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow with expertise and/or interest in the following:

  • Archival/Collections-based research
  • Archival/Collections-based management
  • Indigenization/Decolonization Practices in Archives/Collections
  • Community Engaged Research and Public Programming
  • Grant Writing

 View the Postdoctoral Research Fellow advertisement for more information and details on how to apply.

Wednesday Closures

MUNFLA is closed to all researchers on Wednesdays. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

You can view our holiday closures and regular hours of operation here.

Current COVID Procedures

To view Memorial’s latest guidance regarding Covid-19 protocols, please visit:

In keeping with these latest protocols, the use of masks is still strongly recommended.

Research appointments, though not necessary, remain encouraged by calling the Archive’s main line at (709) 864-8401 or emailing

We thank you in advance for your continued cooperation and understanding.