Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in African Archaeology

19 August 2014

Sumana Kone and Kevin MacDonald presenting fundings from 2010 excavations to schools of Konodimini (Photo: Paul Burtenshaw)

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in African Archaeology (Ref.:1430887). The deadline for applications is 1 September 2014.

A part-time Teaching Fellow in African Archaeology is sought to start on 15 September 2014. The Teaching Fellow will work closely alongside the Professor of African Archaeology, giving lectures in option courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students, running student tutorials, marking assessments, participating in student recruitment activities, and contributing more generally to the archaeology of Africa at UCL.

Applicants should have a PhD in African Archaeology or a closely related field, and a good knowledge of world archaeology, as well as a sound grasp of archaeological theory and method.

The post is available for 9 months.