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Lecturer, St. John’s College, Oxford

Stipendiary Lecturership in Classical Archaelogy

St. John’s College, Oxford

Application deadline: 20th June 2016

St. John’s College intends to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Classical Archaeology for the period 1st October 2016 – 30th September 2018. 366 more words


Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University

Assistant Professor

Simon Fraser University

Application deadline: 23rd May 2016

The Hellenic Studies Program is seeking to hire an assistant professor, tenure track with expertise in the archaeology of the Classical, Roman, Hellenistic, or Late Antique Hellenic world, broadly defined. 301 more words


Vor ”skinnende” fortid – et interview med Carole Gillis

1) Hvordan blev du inspireret til at studere klassiske arkæologi og at forske i dit/dine specielle emner bagefter?

Jag har alltid varit lite sådär intresserad, men tyckte då jag hamnade i Sverige att jag skulle passa på och läsa arkeologi. 821 more words


6 doctoral positions, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

6 doctoral positions

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Application deadline: 1st May 2016

The interdisciplinary Research Training Group 1876 “Early Concepts of Man and Nature: Universal, Local, Borrowed” established by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz invites applications for… 716 more words

Byzantine Studies

11 doctoral posts, Universität Bonn/Universität zu Köln

Post announcement; application form

11 doctoral posts

Universities of Bonn and Cologne

Application deadline: 31st May 2016

Application guidelines

At the DFG Research Training Group 1878 of the Universities of Bonn and Cologne on the topic of ‘Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies’, eleven doctoral posts are to be filled with effect from October 1st, 2016.  525 more words

Byzantine Studies

Putting monuments in boxes - or the trials and tribulations of setting up a research database

I’m pleased to be say that of last week my “Monuments of Roman Greece” project has its own website (http://romangreece.classics.ox.ac.uk). The main feature of the website is that it gives access to a searchable database of public monuments in Greek cities. 1,025 more words

Hellenistic Kings in Roman Athens

A name that’s cropped up quite a bit in this blog is Pausanias. He was a Greek from Asia Minor, who travelled extensively around Greece in the 2nd century AD writing a description of the country at that time, focussing mainly on old and sacred monuments. 2,091 more words