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The appointment is for three years
University of Stavanger - Museum of Archaeology (Norvège)



The hired candidate will be admitted to the PhD program in Social Sciences. The education includes relevant courses to about six months of study, a dissertation based on independent research, participation in national and international research environments, relevant academic communication, a trial lecture and public defence.


PhD in archaeology and cognition: interdisciplinary approaches to human- animal relations in archaeology


The main objective of this PhD-project should be to achieve novel understandings of human-animal relations in archaeology, by using a combination of archaeological and cognitive research. Throughout prehistory, humans have shared the planet with other animals, in various multi-species environments. Animals have been tamed, bred, domesticated, buried, nurtured as pets and companions, in addition to being exploited for food and products.


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Professor and Head of research at the museum, Kristin Armstrong-Oma
or Associate Professor Anja Mansrud


Deadline : 15th August 2021


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