(SEAArch) Call for Applications: The Australian Historic Shipwreck Protection Project

Applicants are being sought from Southeast Asian archaeologists interested in pursuing a four-week underwater archaeology fieldwork program at the Clarence (1850) shipwreck in Port Phillip Bay, near the city of Melbourne, in Australia. The Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre (NSC) Archaeology Unit (AU) will be giving financial travel assistance to 2-3 successful applicants to gain experience in conducting underwater archaeology, with a maximum of SGD$2,000 per applicant. The AHSP project team will be providing for the accommodation and food costs for the period in which the applicant will be with the project (see the next section for further information). Preference will be given to students at the postgraduate level, or younger professionals in archaeological institutions. Applicants for this travel assistance should ideally be archaeologists who are citizens of Southeast Asian coun...

Full article: http://www.southeastasianarchaeology.com/2012/02/09/call-...

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