Maritime Archaeology Day on the Swash Channel Wreck site

We are holding a Maritime Archaeological Day (M.A.D) about the Swash Channel Wreck site off Poole Harbour (Dorset).
 
The event is scheduled for Saturday 2nd May 2009 at Bournemouth University – Talbot Campus, from 10 am-4 pm and is free and open to all.
 
I have taken the liberty to attach the link below with some relevant information.
 
 
The event is free, open to all and no profit will be gained out of it. Parking is also free.
 
Paola Palma
 
Lecturer in Marine Archaeology
Programme Leader MSc Maritime Archaeology
School of Conservation Science
Bournemouth University
Room 234 –  Christchurch House
Bournemouth University
Talbot Campus Fern Barrow
Poole –  Dorset – BH12 5BB
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0) 1202 965452
Fax: +44 (0) 1202 965046
Mobile:+44 (0) 7990 624960
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BSc and MSc in Maritime Archaeology, Bournemouth University, Apply today

Bournemouth University is now recuiting for BSc and MSc in Maritime Archaeology – for the academic year 2009-2010.
 
Enquiry about a potential discount on your fees.
 
Please contact:
 
 Dave Parham for BSc at dparham@bournemouth.ac.uk
 
or
 
 Paola Palma for MSc at ppalma@bournemouth.ac.uk
 
or follow the link:
 
 
Many thanks,
 
Paola Palma
 
Lecturer in Marine Archaeology
Programme Leader MSc Maritime Archaeology
School of Conservation Science
Bournemouth University
Room 234 –  Christchurch House
Bournemouth University
Talbot Campus Fern Barrow
Poole –  Dorset – BH12 5BB
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0) 1202 965452
Fax: +44 (0) 1202 965046
Mobile:+44 (0) 7990 624960

25 April 2009

1) Archaeology Advisor, English Heritage, closes May 4

“A broad understanding of the pre-history and history of England is also essential. Knowledge of the planning system relating to archaeology, countryside management and maritime issues are also key attributes for this role.”

2) Museum small craft technician, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, closes May 4

3) Museum small craft technician (Job 2), San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, closes May 4

4) Supervisory Park Ranger, Biscayne National Park, closes May 6

5) Archivist, US Navy History and Heritage Command, closes April 25

6) Objects Conservator, Australian National Maritime Museum, closes May 8

18 April 2009

1) Archeologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District. This District has a long history of underwater archaeology projects, closes September 17

2) Historian, US Naval History and Heritage Command, closes April 25:

This position is located in the Integration and Outreach Division, Naval History and Heritage Command.  This position is a Liaison Historian assigned to a high-level Navy office, who acts as a link between the host office director and the Naval History & Heritage Command. The incumbent is responsible for the collection and processing of historical documentation related to the office to which they are assigned, with special emphasis on capturing and documenting for the historical record the activities and policy decisions of the resident director.