The Paleoanthropology Society was founded in 1992. It recognizes that paleoanthropology is multidisciplinary in nature and the organization's central goal is to bring together physical anthropologists, archaeologists, paleontologists, geologists and a range of other researchers whose work has the potential to shed light on hominid behavioral and biological evolution.
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Scientist Position in Archaeological Science Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany
The Department of Human Evolution of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (Germany), invites applications for a research position in *isotopic studies*.
Conference on Major Transitions in Human Evolution
The rich human palaeoanthropological record shows an unexpectedly complex pattern in the tempo and mode of human evolution. Evidence for many of the key phases is found in East Africa, and has been shaped by critical discoveries by teams led by Richard Leakey, or work inspired by his finds. The meeting focuses on key evolutionary transitions to understand the interaction of biology, behaviour, culture and environment.
Max Planck - Junior Scientist Position in Luminescent Dating
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
The Department of Human Evolution of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig (Germany), invites applications for a post-doctoral position in luminescence dating. In the Department, palaeoanthropological research is conducted within a multidisciplinary environment involving groups of scientists including biological anthropologists, Palaeolithic archaeologists, archaeological scientists, and geochronologists. Luminescence dating forms a significant component of the geochronology group (integrating radiocarbon, U-series and luminescence dating) with a well-equipped laboratory. More information about the Department and the luminescence lab can be found on our web site.
Oxford Associate Professorship of Palaeoanthropology
SCHOOL OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND MUSEUM ETHNOGRAPHY in association with St Hugh’s College
Grade 10a (36S): Salary from £44,620 p.a.
School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, 51-53 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PE.
St Hugh’s College, Oxford OX2 6LE.
Start date: 1 September 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Applications are invited for an Associate Professorship of Palaeoanthropology. The post is full-time, and subject to completion of a successful review, permanent. The appointment will be made in association with a 3-hour Lecturership in Palaeoanthropology at St Hugh’s College.