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developing archaeomagnetic dating for application in UK archaeology – Research Assistant

December 13, 2008

AHRC-funded Post Doctoral Research Assistant
Magnetic moments in the past: developing archaeomagnetic dating for application in UK archaeology
Archaeological, Geographical & Environmental Sciences, University of Bradford and English Heritage

Grade 8, £31,513 – £35,469 per annum
Fixed term for 12 months

We seek applicants for a postdoctoral research assistant commencing April 2009 on a project to develop archaeomagnetic dating in UK archaeology. Funded under the Knowledge Transfer Fellowship Scheme of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the project will build on recent academic research to demonstrate and communicate the potential of archaeomagnetic dating of archaeological materials for routine use in the UK. Under the guidance of Cathy Batt (University of Bradford) and Paul Linford (English Heritage) you will collate and evaluate existing archaeomagnetic data, develop their use in dating and produce a web-based interface that will promote informed use of the method. You will be based at the University of Bradford but will regularly visit the Centre for Archaeology, English Heritage at Portsmouth.

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