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Fellowship and Support Announcement
Wiener Laboratory Fellowships in Greece
Sponsor: American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA)
Contact Information
Dr. Sherry Fox
ASCSA Wiener Laboratory
54 Souidias Street
Athens 106 76 GREECE
Email: application@ascsa.org
URL http://www.ascsa.edu.gr
Level of Study: Other
Eligibility Requirements: Graduate Students and Post Doctoral Scholars
Field(s) of Study: skeletal, faunal, geoarchaeological, or environmental studies
Fellowship Amount: $15,500.00
Description
Scholars with a Ph.D. or doctoral students with well-defined projects from archaeological contexts in Greece, working either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions. Preference will be given to projects that make significant use of the facilities of the Wiener Laboratory and have not received significant support from the Wiener Laboratory in the past 3 years. Environmental studies (archaeobotanical studies; study of seeds, charcoal, phytoliths, pollen, etc.); faunal remains; geological studies addressing significant archaeological questions which may include quarried stone, lithics, building materials, ceramics, soil, and sediment studies. Studies of human skeletal remains are supported by the J. Lawrence Angel Fellowship. To contribute to the development of the Lab; to assist with queries from excavators; to offer a lecture on his/her project; to participate in one Regular Program School trip; and to contribute to seminars on aspects of archaeological science as part of the School's annual curriculum. A final report is due at the end of the award period, and the School expects that copies of all publications that result from research conducted as a Fellow of the ASCSA be contributed to the Wiener Laboratory library of the School. Academic year, September to May. Stipend ranging from $15,500 to $27,000, depending on seniority, experience and the nature of the project. School fees will be deducted from the fellowship stipend.
Keywords: physical anthropology | environmental sciences | zooarchaeology
This announcement will be displayed until: 01/16/2013
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