Marine Heritage Advisor, Marine Archaeology, Ontario

Marine Heritage Advisor, The Culture Services Unit in the Ministry of Culture. Marine archaeology, marine heritage, underwater survey, closes March 25. Apply today!

http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Preview.aspx?JobID=7246

Job specs: http://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/PDR.aspx?JobID=7246

PDF of the announcement.

Closes March 25.

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2 March 2008

Museum Coordinator, IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum, ncd

2 Curatorial Assistants, Australian National Maritime Museum, on-going

Curator, Egan Maritime Foundation, ncd

Assistant, Southport Branch of the North Carolina Maritime Museum, closes March 7

2 Archivist Positions, US Naval Historical Center, closes March 4

Archivist, US Naval Historical Center, closes March 5

Project Conservator, The Kemble Maritime Collection, ncd

23 February 2008

1) Three internships, The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, closes March 10

2) Director of Exhibits/Exhibits Manager, Nauticus Maritime Center, closes March 14

3) Executive Director, Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum, Inc.
A Non-profit 501c3 Organization http://www.themackinaw.org
For more information, please see the web site or contact:
Attention: John W. Childs, Secretary Board,
Box 39, 131 N. Huron, Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Phone 231 436 4099 (Winter Phone Number)

4) Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Marine Affairs and Policy, University of Miami, Maritime Anthropology, Marine Archaeology, closes April 30

5) Exhibit Interpretation and Programming, US Naval Heritage Center, ncd

6) Park Ranger, Charlestown Navy Yard, closes February 28

22 February 2008

2008 Northeast Florida Symposium on Maritime Archaeology, if you are interested in maritime archaeology, plan to attend this event.

Maritime Archaeology in the Florida Keys
27 July through 8 August
Key Largo, Florida

Field schools will open for online application this coming weekend. If you would like to attend or know someone who would please direct them to the PAST website
www.pastfoundation.org  [New Programs] for more information and electronic application.

The Paul Cuffe Memorial Fellowship for the Study of Minorities in American Maritime History

The Paul Cuffe Memorial Fellowship for the Study of Minorities in American Maritime History is being offered by the Munson Institute at Mystic Seaport.  Since 1989, the Cuffe Fellowship has provided funds to researchers from universities, colleges, and museums who were pursuing research considering the participation of minorities in American maritime affairs.  Topics have included seafaring, shore side work and the make up of shore side communities, entrepreneurship, the fisheries, the merchant marine and navy, Native Americans, African Americans, Cape Verdeans, immigration, comparative studies, gender.  Fellowships support research and writing, a portion of which should normally be carried out in the Mystic, CT area. Deadline March 30, 2008

Inquiries may be addressed to:
Glenn S. Gordinier, Ph.D.
Robert G. Albion Historian
Co-Director, Munson Institute

Mystic Seaport
The Museum of America and the Sea
75 Greenmanville Avenue
P.O. Box 6000
Mystic, CT 06355

glenn.gordinier@mysticseaport.org
Phone (860) 572-0711 xt. 5089
Fax (860) 572-5329
http://www.mysticseaport.org/learn/lo-Cuff.htm

Frank C. Munson Institute of American Maritime Studies Summer Graduate Courses in Maritime History

Summer Graduate Courses in Maritime History

The Frank C. Munson Institute of American Maritime Studies is accepting applications for the 2008 summer courses. Students may audit or participate for credit in any of three courses: Maritime History Survey, Maritime History Seminar, and Independent Research, all of which are accredited through Trinity College, and the University of Connecticut.

Housed on the grounds of its parent organization, Mystic Seaport, The Museum of American and the Sea, students will have access to the G. W. Blunt White Library. The Library holds 75,000 volumes and a manuscript collection of approximately 700,000logs, journals, business records, and correspondence. In addition to the library, students have daily access to the museum’s collection of vessels and artifacts. Field seminars to historic seaports round out the studies. Admissions are rolling through May. Visit webpage for application:

http://www.mysticseaport.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.viewPage&page_id=B9D76746-F715-DADB-9BDEB316C35AA334

or contact:

The Munson Institute of American Maritime Studies

P.O. Box 6000
75 Greenmanville Avenue
Mystic, CT 06355-0990

860 572-0711 ext. 5089

Glenn S. Gordinier, Ph.D.
Robert G. Albion Historian
Co-Director, Munson Institute

860 572 0711 ext. 5089