[Electronic Antiquity]

ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY:
COMMUNICATING THE CLASSICS

Current Editor
Terry Papillon, Terry.Papillon@gmail.com
Volume 1, Number 6
November 1993


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ANCIENT HISTORY

School of History, Philosophy & Politics,
Macquarie University,
Sydney,
N.S.W.,
Australia.

ASSOCIATE LECTURER IN ANCIENT HISTORY
ref. 720178

Applicants must have a good Honours degree and hold or be working towards a doctoral degree in Ancient History, Classical Studies, or a related area. Applicants must also be qualified to teach both Greek and Latin and have demonstrated research interests in some aspects of ancient history.

The appointee's duties will include the teaching of Greek and Latin to history students as well as the teaching of ancient history.

Enquiries: (02) 805 8833,
Dr C Nixon (02) 885 8845 or
Dr A Nobbs (02) 805 8844.
FAX: (02) 805-8892

The position is available for a two year period only while the discipline is restructuring its curriculum.

Applications close 10 December 1993


LECTURER IN ANCIENT HISTORY
ref 680354

The appointee will lecture in Julio Claudian history and in a unit which explores the relationship between Greco- Roman and Judaeo-Christian ideas in the first four centuries of the Christian era, as well as tutor in Classical Greek and Late Roman Republican history.

Applicants must hold a good Honours degree and hold or be working towards a doctoral degree in Ancient History, Classical Studies or a related area.

Enquiries: (02) 805 8833,
Dr C Nixon (02) 885 8845
or Dr A Nobbs (02) 805 8844.
FAX: (02) 805-8892

The position is available immediately until 31 December 1994.

Applications close 10 December 1993


RESEARCH FELLOW IN ANCIENT HISTORY
ref. 940046

Under the direction of Professor E.A. Judge, the Fellow will select, re-edit, translate and write historical commentaries on Greek inscriptions and papyri for publication the series New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity. Doctoral qualifications in a relevant field are required, along with ability in Greek and Latin, reading knowledge of French and German, and demonstrated experience in the historical use of documentary evidence. Skills in other relevant languages, word-processing and the lay-out of complex texts will be an advantage.

The Fellowship is available for two years from 1 January 1994 with the possibility of a further year depending upon the progress of the research project. Fractional appointments may be considered.

Enquiries: Mrs P. Geidans (02) 805-7512
or Professor E.A. Judge (02) 805-8614.
FAX: (02) 805-8892

Salary Range: Level A $28,700 to $38,950 per annum.

Applications close 17 December 1993

COPYRIGHT NOTE: Copyright remains with authors, but due 
reference should be made to this journal if any part of the above is 
later published elsewhere.

Electronic Antiquity Vol. 1 Issue 6 - November 1993
edited by Peter Toohey and Ian Worthington
antiquity-editor@classics.utas.edu.au
ISSN 1320-3606



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