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Research Fellow in Roman Port Studies (Univ. of Southampton, UK)

Research Fellow in Roman Port Studies Archaeology

 : Avenue Campus
Salary : £27,428
Full Time Fixed Term
Closing Date : Friday 16 December 2011
Interview Date : To be confirmed
Reference : 066811F4

We are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Fellow for a two year period, beginning as soon as possible. The post is funded by the Faculty of Humanities to contribute towards its Roman ports initiative, led by the AHRC funded Portus Project under the direction of Professor Simon Keay.

For further details of the project see :

Applications are welcome from archaeologists or classicists specializing in the field of study of Roman Mediterranean ports

The successful candidate, who will show outstanding potential as an archaeologist or ancient historian, will be expected to develop a personal research project centred upon a particular aspect of a major Roman port/group of ports to complement the ongoing work of the Portus Project, and be expected disseminate research in formats consistent with REF targets.
You will have a PhD or equivalent, and experience in Roman Archaeology or Classics, as well as a detailed understanding and knowledge of Roman Mediterranean ports, and the economy, society, and culture of the Roman Empire.

Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Simon Keay (
The closing date for this post is 16 December 2011. Please apply through or please telephone 023 8059 2750 for an application form.
Please quote vacancy reference number 066811F4 on all correspondence.