MSCA-ITN program PLACE to be launched on 23 March 2021
The BSA is excited to be part of a new 4-year, EU-funded, research and training network “Training the Next Generation of Archaeological Scientists: Interdisciplinary Studies of Pre-modern Plasters and Ceramics from the Eastern Mediterranean”, in short PlaCe-ITN.
One of the projects 15 fully-funded Early-Stage (doctoral) Researchers will be based at the Fitch Laboratory of the BSA. The position will be advertised very shortly (check for news on the BSA website and the PlaCe website).
PlaCe-ITN has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action grant agreement No 956410