SEAA News Blog
The Stanford Archaeology Center announces a postdoctoral position for an archaeobotanist with experience in analyses of micro- and/or macro-remains (phytolith, starch granules, and seeds) and lab management. The research area is open, but priority will be given to someone working on East Asian materials. The candidate is also expected to teach one course per year in archaeobotany, assist with regular management of the lab, help with teaching archaeobotanical methods in other courses as needed, and engage with faculty and graduate students at the Center. The faculty sponsor of this postdoc will be Prof. Li Liu.
Friday, April 16th at 12-1pm Eastern / 11am-12 Noon Central / 9-10am Pacific
Sponsored by the Society for East Asian Archaeology and the Southeast Asian Archaeology Interest Group
We look forward to seeing you at our Virtual Get-Together! The schedule for our meeting is as follows:
- Greetings from meeting hosts Francis Allard and Alison Carter
- Brief presentations from editors from the journals Antiquity, Archaeological Research in Asia, Asian Archaeology and Asian Perspectives as well as the Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology.
- Brief presentations by two junior researchers on their work, as well as their thoughts and ideas on the present and future of East/Southeast Asian Archaeology, with time for Q&A.
- Dr. Piphal Heng, Postdoctoral researcher in the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Northern Illinois University
- Dr. Lauren Glover, Honorary Fellow in the Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Several new articles from American Antiquity and Cambridge University Press have recently been published that are relevant to archaeologists around the world, including for those of us who work in East Asia. All three essays focus on the subject of harassment in archaeology.
Documenting Cultures of Harassment in Archaeology: https://doi.org/10.1017/aaq.
Disrupting Cultures of Harassment in Archaeology: https://doi.org/10.1017/aaq.
Using Public Health Interventions to Prevent Harassment in Archaeology: https://www.cambridge.org/