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Job Vacancy: Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology

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The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology. The deadline for applications is 28 November 2012. For details follow this link to HR (Ref.:1290898)

Chibundu Onuzo: The Spider King’s Daughter

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Imachibundu Onuzo

One of our students, Imachibundu Oluwadara Onuzo short listed for the Dylan Thomas Prize for her novel The Spider King's Daughter.

Job Vacancy: Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology

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Chinese pagoda, Xian

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology (Ref.:1290898). The deadline for applications is 28 November 2012.  

World Heritage for Tomorrow

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Professor Peter John Inaugural Lecture

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Professor Peter John

Experimentation, Behaviour Change and Public Policy

Experimentation, Behaviour Change and Public Policy

Festival of Chinese Film and the Body, Film 4

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Kekexili2

Tuesday, 12th February 2013, 7pm, Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre.

Institute students named Lloyds Scholars

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Lloyds Scholars Programme (Lloyds Banking Group)

Congratulations to Jennifer Carpenter (1st year, BA Archaeology and Anthropology) and Tahiya Qureshi (BA Archaeology) who have both won a place on the Lloyds Scholars Programme for 2012-13.

Dorian Fuller becomes new ICCHA Director (UK)

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Dorian Fuller was recently appointed to take over as the UK Executive Director of the International Centre for Chinese Heritage and Archaeology (ICCHA)

Morten Ravn and Raffaella Giacomini elected to the EEA council

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For more information please see the EEA Newsletter.

China Night tomorrow: Ashes to beauty - the earliest lime-rich glaze in China

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As part of the Rising Scholars series of China Night seminars, the ICCHA is pleased to host the seminar "Ashes to beauty - the earliest lime-rich glaze in China and its modern replication" by Min Yin  at the Institute on 25 October.  Room 209, Institute of Archaeology. Min Yin is a completing PhD student at UCL. [abstract/ poster in PDF]

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