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A Doctoral Research Fellowship (SKO 1017) in Conservation is available at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo (UiO).
Conservation Studies seeks a qualified and highly motivated research talent to research a PhD within the field of heritage conservation (objects or paintings). Applicants should submit a relevant project proposal. Preference will be given to projects devoted to current issues in conservation, including green conservation or new approaches to the treatment of porous surfaces; conservation treatment histories; or heritage futures.
Conservation Studies is the only academic training programme for conservation in Norway. Its teaching staff and research facilities are affiliated with the SciCult laboratory at the Museum of Cultural History and the Department of Chemistry (both at UiO), and the National Museum of Norway.
Read more about the position, qualification requirements, salary, application instructions and formal regulations at https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/235232/doctoral-research-...
Please direct questions about the position to Jon Vidar Sigurdsson, Head of the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History firstname.lastname@example.org