Post-Doc : Isotope archaeologist (Durham)

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Applications are invited from enthusiastic and talented isotope archaeologist for a 12-month Postdoctoral Research Assistant as part of the European Research Council funded FoodCult project. The project utilises interdisciplinary methods to explore food, culture and identity in Ireland, c. 1550-1650 AD. The successful applicant will work collaboratively with the FoodCult team-members to identify and select suitable samples for humans, animal and environmental isotope analysis. They will devise, in discussion with the research team, a programme of analysis to maximise the isotopic information to be obtained from the available samples, and obtain an understanding of the historical aspects of society, land-use, food and mobility patterns in early modern (c. 1500-1700 AD) Ireland.

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