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  • Administrative Assistant (Part-Time)

    University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Part-Time (60% of full time) Salary £21,843 – £25,298 per annum pro rata Job Reference: JU10822 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint an Administrative Assistant.  Working with the

    HLF Project Assistant (Learning) (Part Time, Fixed Term)

    Salary:            £21,391 – £24,775 pro rata Reference:     JU07361 Closing Date: 11 November 2015 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA) is one of the University of Cambridge’s nine museums and collections. Its world-class collections attract visitors from all over

    Day of the Dead 2015

    Friday 30 October 11 am – 4 pm
    Saturday 31 October 11 am – 4 pm
    Sunday 1 November 12 noon – 4 pm

    Celebrate with the Cambridge Mexican Society and help us build a Day of the Dead altar in the Museum.

    Part-Time Museum Attendant (22 hours per week)

    Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Part-Time Museum Attendant (22 hours per week) Annual salary scale: £14,959 – £15,765 pro rata Closing Date: 21 July 2015 Reference: JU06363 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, friendly

    MAA Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

    Clarke Hall: Archaeology of Cambridge[bs_row class=”row”][bs_col class=”col-sm-6″]Text[/bs_col][bs_col class=”col-sm-6″]Text[/bs_col][/bs_row] Located on the ground floor, the Cambridge Gallery is devoted to British archaeology and, in particular, the archaeology of Cambridge and the surrounding area. The only display of its kind in the

    Research Assistant (Part Time, Fixed Term)

    Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology   Research Assistant (Part Time, Fixed Term)   Salary:             £24,775 – £28,695 pro rata Reference:      JU05723 Closing Date: 15 April 2015   The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA) is one of the University of

    HLF Project Assistant (Collections) (Part Time, Fixed Term)

    Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology   HLF Project Assistant (Collections) (Part Time, Fixed Term)   Salary:             £21,391 – £24,775 pro rata Reference:      JU05517 Closing Date: 7 April 2015 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA) is one of the University

    Textile Conservator (Research Assistant) x 2 (Fixed Term)

    Salary: £24,775 – £27,864 Reference: JU04144 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks to appoint 2 Textile Conservators to manage the relocation, repacking and conservation assessment of historic and valuable textile collections affected by the ingress of water into its

    Teaching and Collections Assistant in Archaeology

    Salary: £21,391-£24,775 per annum pro rata Reference: JU01438 The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks to appoint a part-time Teaching Assistant in the Archaeology section of the Museum working with the Collections Manager for Archaeology to support teaching and research

    Part-time Museum Attendant

      Part-Time Museum Attendant 22 Hours per week Annual salary scale:  £14,665 – £15,054 per annum pro rata Closing Date: 7 February 2014 Reference: JU02495   The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, friendly person

    Deputy Head Museum Attendant

    Deputy Head Attendant   Annual salary scale:  £18,185 – £20,972 per annum Fixed-Term: The funds for this post are available for 12 months in the first instance Closing Date: 7 February 2014 Reference: JU02492   The Museum of Archaeology and

    Head Museum Attendant

    Head Museum Attendant   Annual salary scale:  £20,972 – £24,289 Closing Date: 7 February 2014 Reference: JU02491   The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, friendly and well-organised person to the full-time post of Head

    Senior Assistant Curator in Archaeology

    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Senior Assistant Curator in Archaeology  Annual salary scale:  £37,382 – £47,314 Closing Date: 19 June 2013 Reference: JU29042   The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks to appoint a Senior Assistant Curator in Archaeology,

    Clerical Assistant (Half-Time)

    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Clerical Assistant (Half-Time)  Fixed-Term Appointment to 30 April 2016 Annual salary scale:  £18,005 – £20,764 pro rata Closing Date: 5 June 2013 Reference: JU28012  The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks to appoint a

    Research Assistant (Fixed Term)

    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Research Assistant (Fixed Term)   Fixed-Term Appointment to 31 March 2018 Annual salary scale:  £24,049 – £27,047 Closing Date: 31 May 2013 Reference: JU28002   The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology seeks to appoint

    Shahmaran: Women’s Songs from the Four Kurdistans and Exile

    Date TBC, 7pm
    Maudslay Hall

    A concert by singer SUNA ALAN and friends
    Presented by Ed Emery

    Dr Liz Haslemere: Account Clerk/Clerical Assistant

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    Adivasi Project

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    Telling the tales of birth, sex, feasting, death… and ironing boards There are around 1 million objects in the Museum: a figure so enormous that is hard to visualise so many artefacts! Unfortunately there is only room to display  1%

    MPhil in Archaeology (Archaeological Heritage Management and Museums)

    Rapid developments both inside academic archaeology and in wider society are changing the entire context in which archaeology functions as a discipline. The MPhil in Archaeology (Archaeological Heritage and Museums) focuses on a theoretical understanding of the complex issues involved,

    MPhil in Social Anthropology

    The MPhil in Social Anthropology and Museums is a taught course in social anthropology examining artefact-based theory and anthropology in the context of museums, and the history and role of museums themselves. Drawing on historical and cross-cultural comparisons, students are

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    Exciting activities to celebrate the reopening weekend – come and join the fun! Museum reopens to the public: Friday 25th May at 12 noon Special activities: Saturday 26th May, 10.30 am to 4.30 pm and Sunday 27th May, 10.30 am

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    Social Documentation

    The new MAA Documentation System combines open-source technologies with deep social computing principles to create a truly innovative approach to museum documentation. The new MAA Documentation System shifts the age-old documentation principles of standardized description and information accumulation to multi-vocal

    Matt Buckley: Head of Workshop

    Marcus Miller: Workshop Technician

    Dr Liz Haslemere: Accounts and Admin Assistant

    Jon Dawson: Senior Computing Technician

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    Sam Mcgrath-Thompson: Head Attendant

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    Lynsey Coombs: Visitor Services Co-ordinator

    Dr Mark Turin: Research Associate, World Oral Literature Project

    Dr Mark Turin directs the World Oral Literature Project and the Digital Himalaya Project. He trained in anthropology at the University of Cambridge and in descriptive and comparative linguistics at Leiden University, and is specialised in the oral traditions and

    Carl Hogsden: Research Associate

    Carl Hogsden is a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. His time is divided between managing digital R&D for MAA and a fellowship position at the University’s Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH). He

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    Maia Nuku: Research Associate

    Dr Maia Nuku’s doctorate ‘Unwrapping Gods: encounters with gods and missionaries in Tahiti & the Austral Islands 1797-1830’ (Sainsbury Research Unit, 2007) focused on early missionary collections of wrapped and bound god images and her on-going research is grounded in

    Sudeshna Guha: Research Assistant

    Sudeshna Guha (MA, Ph.D) is researcher for Project ECLAP, responsible for MAA’s participation in digital Europe. She has managed MAA’s photographic collections, and co-curated Collected Sights (2000). Her edited volume The Marshall Albums: Photography and Archaeology (2010, Mapin, Ahmedabad) is