Associate professorship in The Archaeology of Egypt and Nubia

Friday, March 1, 2013



The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Faculty
of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, invites
applications for an associate professorship in The Archaeology of
Egypt and Nubia to be filled by 1 September 2013 or as soon as
possible thereafter.

Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies works with
languages, cultures, religion and society, primarily in the world
outside Western Europe and the US. Cross-cultural competences
and knowledge of the complexity of the world are of vital
importance in the globalised world - politically, economically, and

Job content

The successful applicant will be expected to teach The Archaeology
of Egypt and Nubia from the Neolithic to the historical periods, as
well as general archaeological courses such as material studies,
archaeological method and analytical methods as well as theory.

The main duties will include teaching and supervision at BA, MA
and PhD levels, and research, which may include fieldwork as well
as management of research projects, academic publication and
external communication.

The associate professor is expected to be able to take part in all
the activities of the Department, including examinations and
administration, and also to manage research projects, provide
pedagogical supervision, support assistant professors and
participate in academic assessment panels.

Qualification requirements

The successful applicant is expected to have research and teaching
qualifications and experience in The Archaeology of Egypt and
Nubia, preferably with some competencies in the historical
archaeology of the Near East in general.

Deadline for receipt of applications and supporting materials:
1 March 2013.

For more information see:



Institution or Company offering position: 
University of Copenhagen
Contact Name: 
Kim Ryholt