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Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Comparative Mediterranean Prehistory

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The Mediterranean

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Comparative Mediterranean Prehistory (Ref.:1567589). The deadline for applications is 8 September 2016.

Job Vacancy: Senior Lecturer/Reader in Museum Studies

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Museum Volkenkunde

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Senior Lecturer/Reader in Museum Studies (Ref.:1571333). The deadline for applications is 17 September 2016.

Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Egyptian Archaeology

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Egyptian Archaeology

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Egyptian Archaeology (Ref.:1569006). The deadline for applications is 2 September 2016.

Institute student fieldwork in Malham, North Yorkshire

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Institute students recording at the conclusion of the Malham fieldwork project

Institute Fieldwork Tutor, Mark Roberts has been leading a student excavation in Malham, North Yorkshire this summer.

UNESCO World Heritage Listing for Philippi

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The archaeological site of Philippi, Geece

Institute Teaching Fellow Anastasia Sakellariadi has co-ordinated the management plan for UNESCO's World Heritage Listing of the Archaeological Site of Philippi.

New grant – Digital Heritage at the UCL Institute of Archaeology

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Christine Wilson

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© Christine Wilson

Institute staff, students, friends and colleagues will be saddened to hear of the recent death of Christine Wilson.

Institute alumna launches new cultural heritage imaging service

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Kathryn Piquette undertaking RTI on papyri from Herculaneum

Institute alumna Kathryn Piquette (MRes 2001 and PhD 2007 in Egyptology), working with UCLDH colleagues, has recently launched a new cultural heritage imaging service.

New NERC-funded project for Dorian Fuller

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NERC

Dorian Fuller was awarded NERC funding for a new project to investigate the impact of Asian rice production which recently started at the Institute.

Protecting the world's irreplacable cultural sites

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Paro Dzong, Bhutan

Work by a UCL team, led by Tim Williams, on the safeguarding of Bhutan's cultural heritage features in the Summer 2016 edition of The Getty Magazine.

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