Post-Doc : Research fellow in African Heritage, remote sensing and GIS (London)

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The Researcher will be employed on the “Mapping Africa's Endangered Archaeological Sites and Monuments” (MAEASaM) project. This is a three-year project that aims to identify and document endangered archaeological heritage sites across sub-Saharan Africa using a combination of remote sensing, records-based research and selective archaeological surveys. All candidates will have a demonstrated knowledge of and research experience in African archaeology and/or heritage management. Experience in working with Remote Sensing and GIS (ideally ArcGIS, and/or QGIS) is essential. A good command of French, written and oral (to work confidently with French written sources and communicate with research partners in Mali and Senegal) is also essential.

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