Posted for Fabienne Marchand
Fully funded PhD position in Ancient History at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
A doctoral studentship associated with Old and New Powers: Boiotian International Relations from Philip II to Augustus, a project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation from October 2014 onwards, is currently being advertised at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland). Research to be carried out by the doctoral student will explore the relations between Attica and Boiotia from the Archaic period until the middle of the 2nd century BC. Applications from epigraphers are more than welcome as part of the research will involve the study of inscriptions from Boiotia and Attica.
Start date: 1 October 2014
Duration: 1 year, renewable for a total of 4 years
Occupation: Full time
Work place: Fribourg (Switzerland)
Posted for Alison Cooley:
AHRC Research Project
‘Facilitating Access to Latin inscriptions in Britain’s oldest public museum through scholarship and technology’
Dept of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick
Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship (Home/EU fees + maintenance) in Latin epigraphy, to write a thesis on the topic ‘Literacy and Epigraphy in Britain from Roman to Mediaeval Times (1st-11th C.)’. This is associated with the Facilitating Access to Latin Inscriptions project, directed by Dr Alison Cooley, in collaboration with the Ashmolean Museum and Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents, University of Oxford. 1st Oct 2013-30 Sept 2016
How to apply: Please send a letter of application, c.v., and ask two academic referees to submit confidential references on your behalf to: Dr Alison Cooley, Dept of Classics & Ancient History, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. firstname.lastname@example.org. You are very welcome to email for further information.
Deadline for Applications: 12 noon, Monday 11th March 2013.
With a hat-tip to the BES newsletter, two fast approaching deadlines:
1. The DAI (Deutsche Archäologische Institut) has two bursaries available, one for travel and one for a research visit to the archaeological library in Munich (next deadline January 15th, 2013):
DAI Wülfing Stipendium
2. The Center for Epigraphical and Paleographical Studies at Ohio State University is offering short-term fellowships (1-4 months) to visit OSU and use the library and other resources of the center (deadline January 31st 2013):