The University of New England is looking for a new lecturer in archaeology with experiences in teaching and archaeological science, and the capacity to develop an Australasian research programme.
For any potential PhD students looking for a project, there is a scholarship available at the University of New England in Australia to study rehydroxylation dating (RHX) as part of an Australian Research Council grant that studies the geochemistry and dates of Khmer stonewares and their kilns.
This is a full scholarship to the University of New England; applicants with geosciences background are especially encouraged to apply.
If you are interested, please contact:
Dr. PETER GRAVE
Associate Professor, Archaeology
School of Humanities
University of New England
Armidale, NSW 2351
+61 2 67 73 2062