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Subject:

new MSc in Bioarchaeology at Nottingham

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Simone Riehl <[log in to unmask]>

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The archaeobotany mailing list <[log in to unmask]>, Simone Riehl <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 6 Mar 2007 16:04:20 +0100

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On behalf of AMY BOGAARD (for further requests, please contact Amy directly):
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Dear all,

Please could you pass the details of our new 'MSc in Bioarchaeology:
Plants, Animals and Society' on to any students who might be interested
- all applicants will be considered for a bursary and there are also two
25% fee scholarships available.

The degree will provide students with a sound practical, methodological
and theoretical grounding in the fields of archaeobotany and
zooarchaeology. Students will be encouraged to engage with both
scientific and anthropological approaches to answer mainstream
archaeological questions. Original research will be undertaken
throughout the degree, culminating in the production of a 15,000 word
dissertation, supported by a Research Skills module.  Aside from these
core modules students will take four additional modules:

Practical Archaeobotany (30 credits)
Practical Zooarchaeology (30 credits)
The Anthropology of Traditional Farming: Archaeological Perspectives (15
credits)
Foodways in Archaeology (30 credits)

For further details see

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/archaeology/postgrad/prospective/courses/msc
-bioarchaeology.html

And for details of the scholarships see

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/international/_media/pdf/2007-scholarships-p
df/msc-archaeology.pdf
----------
Dr Amy Bogaard
Lecturer in Archaeology
Department of Archaeology
University of Nottingham
NG7 2RD



-- 
Simone Riehl (Dr. rer. nat., M.A., Archaeobotanist)

Institute for Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology
Ruemelinstrasse 23
D-72070 Tuebingen
Germany
Tel. / Fax +49 (0)7071 2978915 / 296457

and

Center for Climatic Research
University of Wisconsin
1225 West Dayton St. (room 1343)
Madison, WI 53706
USA
Tel. / Fax +1 608 262 2288 / 263 4190

http://www.urgeschichte.uni-tuebingen.de/index.php?id=132
http://www.cuminum.de/archaeobotany/

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