Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Archaeology Dunedin TE PUNA P?PORI - SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
From 2019 Te Puna P?pori has brought together staff and students across eight programmes in Te Kete Aronui, the Division of Humanities (Archaeology; Media, Film and Communication; Politics; Religion; Social Anthropology; Social and Community Work; Sociology, Gender Studies and Criminology; and the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies). It is the largest unit in the Division, with over 1300 equivalent full-time students (EFTS) and 100 academic and professional staff. The School has seen significant growth in enrolments and success in securing external research funding.
Te Puna P?pori, the School of Social Sciences, invites applications for a full-time, permanent (confirmation path) position as Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Archaeology. The position offers an academic career in M?tai Whaipara Takata our well-established Archaeology Programme, which has a proud teaching and research record particularly focused on the... Dunedin New Zealand
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer - Archaeology Dunedin University of Otago Dunedin