The Archaeology Program at Boston University seeks a Lecturer who can serve as instructor for courses in archaeological sciences and/or geospatial analyses. The course load is 3/2, and candidates should be able to teach introductory courses in general archaeology as well as upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses providing overviews of archaeological sciences (e.g., paleobotany, zooarchaeology, geochemistry, dating methods, isotopic analyses) and/or geospatial methods (e.g., remote sensing, GIS). Candidates should apply using Academic Jobs Online to upload a cover letter, CV, teaching portfolio, and list of three referees to Faculty Search Committee, Archaeology Program, Boston University, 675 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215. Review of applications will begin on 2/27/19 and continue until the position is filled.
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About Archaeology Program Boston University
Archaeology is the study of the human past from prehistory to recent times, primarily through the study of the material remains of past societies. By its nature, archaeology is an interdisciplinary study, and archaeologists explore the past from a variety of perspectives, drawing upon a wide array of disciplines from classics to anthropology, art history, history, and the physical sciences, to advance the study of past cultures around the world. This interdisciplinary perspective, together with distinctive archaeological methods and theories, enriches our teaching and research in the classroom, the laboratory, and the field.