Honor Frost Foundation Masters and/or Doctoral Awards in Maritime Archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton
Applications are invited for a fully-funded studentship from the Honor Frost Foundation.
The Foundation’s mission is to promote the advancement and research, including publication, of maritime archaeology with particular focus on the eastern Mediterranean. The Foundation is keen to support educational opportunities for students from the primary regions where Honor worked and is supporting a fully funded scholarship in Maritime Archaeology for students from Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria to attend the University of Southampton in September 2016.
The scholarship is primarily for study at MA/MSc level with the possibility of further funding for PhD, but may also be offered at PhD level if there are suitable candidates. This award is only available to students from Cyprus, Lebanon and Syria.
Students will be registered at the University of Southampton and supervised by experts in the field of Maritime Archaeology.
ForSEADiscovery: Forest Resources for Iberian Empires: Ecology and Globalization in the Age Of Discovery
Applications are invited for an 18 month Fellowship, which will run until October 2017, in an interdisciplinary and innovative research project. The Fellow will receive an annual living allowance in the region of €36,800 – €41,400 per year (subject to minor adjustments) and a mobility allowance in the region of €700 ‐ €1000 per month (depending on circumstances).
Primary duty’s under the direction of Rockley Bay Research Project (RBRP) Project Director to assist in the management of an archaeological conservation laboratory. This includes all aspects of treating and processing mainly waterlogged material culture recovered from shipwrecks and other maritime sites. Provide administrative support to assist RBRP mission of maritime research and educational outreach. Work to ensure that RBRP and laboratory runs smoothly. This position provides an excellent opportunity to work with unique 17th century material in the Caribbean, as well as support the protection and preservation of Tobago’s maritime heritage.
RFP # 10001601” or “RFP”) from interested qualified parties for the following services: Marine Archaeology and as more particularly described in the Services described herein and referred to herein as the “Services”, to be provided in connection with TRCA’s undertaking or intention to complete the Scarborough Bluffs West Project, an Individual Environmental Assessment (EA) study that will explore opportunities for improved access to and along the shoreline between the RC Harris Water Treatment Plant and Bluffer’s Park, while providing multiple benefits for public use, shoreline protection, and environmental sustainability.
I wanted to inform you of a posting for multiple job opportunities with the Queen Anne’s Revenge Conservation Lab located in Greenville, NC.
We will be hiring five conservators on a 2-year, fixed-term, full-time basis with benefits. Please note the closing date is March 11.
Kimberly Kenyon, MA
Conservator and Field Director
Queen Anne’s Revenge Conservation Laboratory
Office of State Archaeology
NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
(252) 744-6721 Office
(252) 744-6729 Fax
East Carolina University
West Research Campus
1157 VOA Site C Road
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
The South Africa Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) is committed to skills development and skills upliftment mainly within the heritage sector, thereby creating employment opportunities for graduates and students to get practical work experience which will complement their studies or/and improve their competence and employability. This effort coincides with the Department of Arts and Culture’s strategic objective on job creation through the Mzansi Golden Economy.
The internships offered are as follows. Dowload the document below for more details
- Archeology Paleontology and Meteorites (1)
- Heritage Resources Protection (0)
- Maritime Underwater and Cultural Heritage (1)
- Heritage Objects (2)
- Properties (1)
Israel and the Crusades
May 22 – June 12, 2016
Taught in and around the King Herod’s ancient harbor in the National Park of Caesarea Maritima, Israel, this program is a small, specialized field school taught by University of Rhode Island History and Archaeology faculty, and a URI Scientific Diving Instructor. The program is offered in collaboration with the Israel Antiquities Authority.
1.Collection and analysis of surface and underwater archaeological data, for the study of the territory.
2.Reconstruction of the fluvial landscape in the classical and post-classical period: identification of the elements characterising the morphology of the territory; possible paleoenvironmental changes due to climate change and the impact of human activity.
3.Analysis of the dynamics of settlement and land use of the Stella river, with particular attention to the links between river, lagoon and nautical transport.
4.Preparation of an archaeological map of the Stella river.
5.The preparation of an English-language monograph concerning the human occupancy of the area, to be published in an international series after a double blind peer-review. The said monograph need not be finished by the end of the three-year period, but the relevant scientific data must have been collected and partially elaborated.