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- 24 January China Lecturer Job Talks
- 24 Jan. Chinese Archaeology Lecturer Jobtalks
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- New Publications on China
- Origin of Rice: A Conversation with Archaeobotanist Prof Dorian Fuller
- Dialogue of Civilisations
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- Leverhulme Lecture on Ancient Chinese Starch
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- Special Exhibitions: What's on in China?
24 Jan. Chinese Archaeology Lecturer Jobtalks
21 January 2013
You are invited to attend the candidate presentations for our new Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology post, which take place on Thursday 24 January. Presentations are being held in Room 612 and all staff and students are welcome.
Shortlisted applicants have been asked to give a presentation on their research, professional experience and interests; past, present and future. Each presentation is expected to last 25 minutes and will be followed by 15 minutes of questions. Formal interviews will take place in the afternoon.
10am-10.40am Dr. Gwen Bennett
10.45am-11.25am Dr. Yijie Zhuang
After the presentations, members of the Appointing Committee will be consulting with staff and students for your views.