postgraduate opportunities in archaeology

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Are you looking for a PhD or postdoc position in archaeology? Me, too. Systematically looking for positions, I have come across so many opportunities in so many different places that I’m curious how many there actually are. In this blog I’ll list the opportunities I come across, starting with a pretty simple format: a few blog entries, one each for PhD positions & programmes, postdoc positions & programmes, as well as other academic positions in archaeology, which I’ll update regularly. With each update, I’ll change the date of a blog entry (see calendar for when which entries were last updated with new jobs).

Hope this is helpful.

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