German Archaeological Institute
Scientific advisor in Archeozoology (Full-time). The Division of Natural Science is part of the Research Department of the DAI’s Head Office and conducts research in the areas of archaeozoology, archaeobotany, biological anthropology and dendrochronology. More information >>
Deadline: 15 March 2021
Zentrum für Baltische und Skandinavische Archäologie (ZBSA)
PhD-position Archäozoologie / Zooarchäologie. More information >>
Deadline: 1 March 2021
Group Leader (Data Manager) and Team Members (Data Analysts) for MAPSS (Mongolia Archaeological Project). More information >>
Deadline: 1 March 2021
Assistant Professor of Mediterranean Archaeology (0.8 fte) (specialisation in either osteoarchaeology or geoarchaeology) and at least one year of experience as a postdoctoral researcher. More information >>
Deadline: 18 March 2021
University of Cambridge
University lecturer in Palaeolithic Archaeology. In particular, the Department welcomes applications from those whose research experience, expertise and/or future vision combine regional engagement with comparative and global perspectives, and who engage with questions in broader social/cultural archaeology, archaeological science, and/or human evolutionary studies. More information >>
Deadline: 16 April 2021
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CALLS FOR PAPERS:
NASTA 2021 conference – 29 April 2021
NASTA is looking for papers that deal with questions such as:
· How can we best communicate different narratives about archaeological sites or discoveries to non-professional audiences?
· What is the best way to frame new narratives in an accessible way?
· What are the advantages of storytelling in our academic output?
· How should we deal with contested narratives (that border on alternative or pseudo-archaeology) without resorting to the harmful dichotomy of US versus Them?
· How do we (re)present the past?
If you would like to contribute a paper dealing with these questions, or similar topics based on the conference theme, we highly encourage archaeology students as well as students from other disciplines to apply!
The conference will be held online, and we anticipate that there we will be a maximum of 12 speakers. Individual speakers will be allowed 15 minutes to present their paper .
Please send your abstract (max. 250 words) before 10 March 2021 to email@example.com.
Deadline 10 March 2021