Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History jobs


Archaeological Conservator, Hunley Project

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 18, 2008

Lecturer in Archaeology, H.L. Hunley project

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 15, 2008

Hampton Roads Naval Museum Summer education intern

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 14, 2008

12 January 2008

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 13, 2008

Museum consultant, National Maritime Museum, Dublin, closes January 21

Archives and library director, Independence Seaport Museum, closes February 15

Education intern (paid), Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, closes February 28

Intern (unpaid)
The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is seeking volunteers/interns to assist the Director/Curator, Mark Wilkins, in installing current exhibit entitled:  “Transformations:  from Farmer to Seafarer – Cape Cod from 1639-1739.” Installation ongoing through April, 2008. Additional help needed over the summer in organizing library, building, maintaining collections space, and much more. For further details, email or phone Mark Wilkins at:  maritime@cape.com, 508-775-1723, or 508-648-2950.

Hampton Roads Naval Museum

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 10, 2008

Underwater archaeology conferences

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 10, 2008

Maritime History Conferences

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 9, 2008

Good Conference listing:

http://www.snr.org.uk/conferences.htm

 JMB

7 January 2008

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 8, 2008

Internship

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 7, 2008

http://www.nha.org/about/jobs.html

Nantucket Historical Association, Museum Education interns at the Whaling Museum, closes March 15.

Course, starts January 11

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on January 2, 2008

Intro to Underwater Archaeology offered

TRAVERSE CITY — Northwestern Michigan College will offer an Introduction to Underwater Archaeology course during spring semester 2008, beginning Jan. 11 at the Great Lakes Campus.

This course, which does not require field work, will provide students with an introduction to theory, method, technologies, and practice in underwater archaeology, with a focus on prehistoric and historical sites, worldwide and in the Great Lakes, inland lakes, and streams of the State of Michigan. Course content will draw primarily from anthropology and the applied social or behavioral sciences. A Ph.D. instructor of record and knowledgeable guest lecturers will present the curriculum in a classroom at the Great Lakes Campus of Northwestern Michigan College.

The class will be offered Mondays from 6 to 9 p.m. For details call Dr. Mark W. Holley at 995-1290, or visit www.nmc.edu.

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