Maritime History Internship
Historic New England seeks an intern for Winter/Spring 2008 to conduct and present research on maritime history related to the organization’s Hamilton House, located in South Berwick, Maine. Responsibilities will include research and development of a maritime walking tour of the Hamilton House property, which will include an overview of local maritime activity from the earliest settlement to modern times. The tour will concentrate on activity that took place on the grounds during the Hamilton occupation in the late 18th century. The intern will be responsible for developing a tour outline and a related packet of information to be used by Historic New England staff, giving the tour during the family festival “A Sailor’s Life for Me!” and possibly training seasonal staff to give the tour. Graduate and undergraduate students in history, museum studies, American and New England studies, and maritime studies are encouraged to apply. The intern will work at Historic New England’s Hamilton and Sarah Orne Jewett Houses in South Berwick, Maine, although some work will be conducted independently off-site. This internship is unpaid but may be completed for course credit. To receive application materials, contact Jennifer Pustz, Museum Historian at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 227-3957, ext. 251.
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Combined NAS Training and Historic Wreck Diving Course
The course will be taught by Kevin Camidge, Richard Larn and Peter McBride on
Date: Sunday 13th to Friday 18th July 2008
Cost: £310 per person
For more information see http://www.cismas.org.uk/events-diary.php
For more information or to book a place contact Kevin Camidge
TheMaritime Archaeology Society was formed in 2004 in order to promote maritime archaeology in and the . The society currently has over 80 members, about 75% of which are divers.
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Connecticut River Museum, Essex, CT is seeking an Associate Curator to work with the retiring Senior Curator for one year during the installation of a long-term exhibition and re-accreditation. The Associate would then assume all curatorial duties and responsibilities including research, exhibition development and implementation, collection development, education support and collections care and management for well-focused library, mss, photo, object and small craft collections devoted to history in the Connecticut River Valley. The Connecticut River Museum is an accredited, regional museum located in historic steamboat warehouse on spectacular waterfront location. The Museum, founded in 1974, has four galleries, off-site collection storage, aggressive exhibitions and public programs schedule and a small staff. A hardworking, highly competent candidate will have a degree in American History, an advanced degree in History or Museum Studies and three to five years experience in collections management and exhibition development. A multitasking, team player with installation skills, computer competencies, speaking and writing excellence will find challenges here. Grant writing experience and a background in maritime field and/or environmental history considered a plus. First year salary ranges low to mid-30’s. Email a letter of interest and resume to Senior Curator Brenda Milkofsky at email@example.com.
$6,000 for 12 weeks, National Park Service HAER Maritime Documentation Internship. closes February 1, 2008.
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Masters program in Western Australia. Details about the courses are also included below.
This is to inform you of graduate studies in maritime archaeology available in 2008 in Perth, Western Australia. The courses are Graduate Certificate in Applied Maritime Archaeology, a Graduate Diploma in Applied Maritime Archaeology, and Masters in Applied Maritime Archaeology. These involve Archaeology (University of Western Australia) and the Department of Maritime Archaeology (Western Australian Museum).
UNITS AND PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
The Certificate of Applied Maritime Archaeology (24 points of study) is offered in an intensive fashion over 6 weeks in the middle of 2008 (June—July). The course requires completion of these four 6-point units.
ARCY8403 Maritime Archaeology Artefact Studies
ARCY8404 Maritime Archaeology Techniques
ARCY8407 Surveying Maritime Sites
ARCY8408 Maritime Archaeology Field Project
The Diploma of Applied Maritime Archaeology (48 points of study) requires completion of eight 6-point units comprising the four units listed above in addition to those below, which are taught in semester 2, 2008 (July ˆ November).
ARCY8401 Marine Science in Maritime Archaeology
ARCY8402 Maritime Archaeology in Context
ARCY8405 Interpreting Maritime Archaeology
ARCY8406 Cultural Heritage in Maritime Archaeology
The Master of Applied Maritime Archaeology includes the above 8 units plus an additional semester completing ARCY8501 Dissertation (Applied Maritime Archaeology).
Applicants should have a three-year bachelor’s degree in Archaeology or related discipline. If applicants are to dive then qualifications are required. International students with suitable qualifications are eligible for admission into the program.
Given the limited space for students. Enrollments close 8 January 2008.
There is more information and application forms at: http://www.archaeology.arts.uwa.edu.au/postgraduate/maritime_archaeology
Administrative Officer, Archaeology M405, School of Social & Cultural Studies
University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, 6009
Telephone: 61 8 6488 2868
Fax: 61 8 6488 1023
You can also contact
Dr Alistair Paterson (UWA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Green (WAM) email@example.com
Corioli Souter (WAM) firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Maritime Archaeology
47 Cliff St
Fremantle WA 6160
Ph: +61 8 9431 8448
Fax: +61 8 9431 8489
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