Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor in Anthropology
University of Colorado - Boulder
October 4, 2018
Full Time - Faculty, Pre-Tenure
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and the Department of Anthropology invite applications for a tenure-track, joint position as Curator of Archaeology and Assistant Professor.
Applicants should have a PhD with specialization in Archaeology, and museum experience. The position includes research, curating collections, and teaching archaeology and museum studies courses. The museum houses outstanding Southwest and Plains archaeological collections. Our strengths are in Southwestern material culture research and publication, NAGPRA implementation, collaborative research with Native North American communities, and advances in contemporary archaeological and museological theory.
Demonstrate excellence in research and scholarship.
Teach archaeology and museum studies courses.
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