We offer 1 PhD position in Greek Archaeology. As a PhD candidate, you will be committed to conducting independent and original scientific research, and will be expected to disseminate this research in academic (international peer-reviewed publications and presentations) and nonacademic forums.
PhD in Greek Archaeology:For the position in Greek Archaeology, we welcome research proposals which address one of the following fields or themes:• Aegean prehistory, with a special focus on the Bronze Age of the Greek mainland• The study of mortuary practices from the Archaic to the Roman period in Greece or the Near East• Public archaeology, the role of archaeology in contemporary society, and the effects of the political and financial crises on the archaeological sector in Greece and the Middle East• Zooarchaeology and the role of pastoralism in the ancient world.
We are also interested in digital approaches (i.e., related to Digital Humanities) to the topics mentioned above.
Full text (application procedure, application form, information): 1 PhD position Greek Archaeology (B049218)
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