The Fellowship, funded through the Williams Fellowship Fund, is tenable at doctoral and post-doctoral level to support research on the provenance and technology of archaeological ceramics using petrographic analysis with thin sections (optical microscopy). The Laboratory undertakes a range of collaborative research into ancient ceramics and the Fellow is expected to work on Laboratory projects and pursue his/her own research initiatives. Previous experience in Greek/Aegean archaeology is highly desirable but not a requirement.
The position is usually advertised for three years at a time. When open, it will be advertised on this website, in addition to other venues, with details of how to apply.
- Carlotta Gardner (PhD-University College London) 2018-21
- Florence Liard (PhD-Université Catholique de Louvain and Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique) 2017-18
- John Gait (PhD-University of Liverpool) 2013-16
- Areti Pentedeka (PhD-University of Thessaloniki) 2009-13
- Marie-Claude Boileau (PhD-Université Laval) 2005-09
- Jillian Hilditch (PhD-University of Exeter) 2002-05
- Evangelia Kiriatzi (PhD-University of Thessaloniki) 1997-2001
- Graham M. Chandler 1995-97
- Luise Joyner 1993-95
- Christina de Domingo 1993-95
- John Mitchell 1991-93
- Sarah J. Vaughan 1987-91
- Peter Day 1984-87
- Ian K. Whitbread 1979-84