Friday, June 28, 2013

Research fellowships at the British Museum

Via the Petrie Museum Unofficial Page on Facebook. This could be a great opportunity for the right people.
Good opportunity for someone!

"Research fellowships at British Museum
The Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan is awarding one or two post-doctoral fellowships for 2014: two fellowships of three months, or one of six months. Fellows will be responsible for documenting and researching a specific area of the collection, defined thematically, typologically, or by provenance. This should focus on an area that forms part of their ongoing research. Our priorities are: Jewellery (New Kingdom and later), Bronze artefacts, Faience vessels and figurines.
Subjects of choice must be manageable within the three- or six-month period and well suited to candidates' range of expertise. Preference will be given to less-researched areas of the collection. Fellows will be expected to update relevant entries in the collection database as their research progresses, and results and synthesis of their work will need to be submitted as an academic article within a year after completing the fellowship. Fellowships are fixed term and full time for three or six continuous months. Precise dates can be agreed to suit the fellow's other commitments. Fellows will receive a stipend of £1,200 pcm, and are expected to make their own arrangements for visa, travel and accommodation. Successful candidates will be expected to participate in other departmental activities.


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