Employment: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Archaelogy, McDonald Institute, University of Cambridge

Closing date 30th April 2013

Three Year Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Archaeology,
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research,
University of Cambridge. 

Limit of tenure: 3 years

The McDonald Institute invites applications for the third of five three-year post-doctoral Anniversary Research Fellowships. We are an interdisciplinary centre for archaeology and the research school of the Division of Archaeology, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge. The Institute is in Central Cambridge.

The Fellowship will consist of a three-year stipend at Research Associate level (£27,854 – £36,298) and the opportunity to apply to the Institute for up to £10,000 p.a. research support funds. Applicants should propose a focused research project and a broader inter-disciplinary conference topic within five major research areas of current interest to the Institute: human-environment interaction, social change, symbols, material culture, and heritage. The successful applicant will have completed their doctorate at the time of taking up their fellowship on or around 1 October 2013. Applications are a two-stage process.

Further particulars and an application form (CHRIS 6) may be obtained from Ms Sara Harrop, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research (tel. 44 1223 339284; email: slh30@cam.ac.uk). PLEASE DO NOT APPLY WITHOUT CONSULTING THESE. The closing date for applications is 30 April 2013. Interviews will take place in early July.

Further details available here.

Quote Reference: JC27042

Closing Date: 30 April 2013

Interview Date(s): Early July 2013

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