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1 PhD position Greek Archaeology (B049218)

Submission deadline: 13 May 2018 - 11:59 pm
04 April 2018

Scholarship opportunities

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.

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