We welcome applications from broadly trained archaeologists whose primary expertise involves quantitative and/or laboratory methods, especially those focused on materiality and collections (including lithics, zooarchaeology, archaeobotany, etc.). The ability to lead an archaeological field program and a willingness to work with local communities is also desirable. Candidates must be able to teach a broad range of courses in anthropological archaeology alongside courses in their area of expertise both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Successful applicants should be able to teach in at least two of the following areas: field and excavation methods, human evolution, human osteology, anthropological/archaeological theory, zooarchaeology, or quantitative methods.
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