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The first week of the programme from the 8th to 14th September will be based at the Hongo Campus of the University of Tokyo in the central part of Tokyo, involving lectures, group work and visits to historical sites and museums. The Hokkaido portion of the programme will include lectures, visits to museums and heritage sites, and archaeological excavation at the Tokoro settlement dating to the Satsumon period (cir.
11th centuries CE) which has been the focus of a long-term research project at the Department of Archaeology of the University of Tokyo.
Children love the angels: the beauty, the imagery, the mystery, the safety and protection.If a potential date is also successful, it shows they know what it is to put in the hard work to achieve something.They will also be able to understand where I am coming from, which I consider to be very important."I believe a career says a lot about me and says a lot about people in general.Contents Faculty of Letters of the University of Tokyo, Summer Programme in Japanese Archaeology and Heritage 2018 (Apr 25, 2018) Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Fellowships 2018-19, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (Nov 10, 2017) Anne van Biema Fellowship, Smithsonians Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M.
Sackler Gallery (Nov 10, 2017) Tenure track position in the history of Asian Art, University of Colorado Boulder (0ct 22, 2017) Post-doc: Archaeology and Material Culture of Early through Medieval China, University Munich Germany (0ct 3, 2017) Post-doc: University of Hong Kong Society of Fellows in the Humanities (Oct 03, 2017) Durham University, Assistant Professor in East Asian Archaeology (Sep 28, 2017) University of Arizona, Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies (Sep 26, 2017) Grants in Modern Chinese History or Archaeology from the Esherick-Ye Family Foundation (Sep 26, 2017) Postdoctoral Fellow (full or associate professor) in Southeast Asian Studies, Rice University | Chao Center (Sep 16, 2017) Assistant Professor of Asian Studies at Calvin College (Sep 10, 2017) Faculty Position: Early China & Early Medieval China, NYU Shanghai (Sep 10, 2017) Assistant Professor of East Asian History at Kenyon College (Sep 10, 2017) Assistant Professor of Chinese History at the Education University of Hong Kong (Sep 10, 2017) Full professorship in Sinology at Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt Erlangen-Nrnberg (FAU) (Sep 10, 2017) National Humanities Center East Asian Scholars Program (Sep 10, 2017) Assistant Professor, Chinese History before 1800, Michigan State University (Sep 10, 2017) Mc Gill University - 8 month Replacement Position in East Asian Archaeology and Culture (June 28, 2017) Lecturer in Cultural Heritage Studies - London - UCL Institute of Archaeology (May 21, 2017) Portland State University, Instructor of Korean Studies (April 26, 2017) Lewis & Clark College, two-year teaching postdoctoral position (Feb 13, 2017) AHRC-funded 3-year studentship for DPhil studies in Chinese Archaeology at Oxford/The British Museum (Feb 7, 2017) University of Stirling, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Heritage Studies (Jan 25, 2017) UC Berkeley Sheng Yen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Chinese Buddhism 2017-2019 (Jan 23, 2017) UC Berkeley Shinjo Ito Postdoctoral Fellowship in Buddhist Studies 2017-2019 (Jan 23, 2017) Postdoctoral Scholar Center for Chinese Studies, Berkeley (Jan 23, 2017) Fudan Fellow Program (Jan 08, 2017) USTC Archaeometry Laboratory in University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) (Dec 30, 2016) New Max Planck positions (Dec 24, 2016) Minority Scholarship Committee of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) (Nov 30, 2016) Department of Fine Arts, HKU, Assistant Professor in Chinese art history (Oct 16, 2016) Ithaca College Department of Anthropology (Oct 11, 2016) Esherick-Ye Family Foundation grant (Oct 07, 2016) Asia-Pacific Biocultural Health: Past and Present Research Theme, Postgraduate Research Opportunity, University of Otago (Sep 26, 2016) Baur Foundation, Museum of Far Eastern Art, in Geneva, General Manager (Sep 16, 2016) Department of Anthropology of Columbia University, Assistant Professor, Archaeology (Sep 16, 2016) Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena (Sep 16, 2016) Ethnologisches Museum der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Wissenschaftliche/r Angestellte/r (April 13, 2016) [Hakuho Foundation] 12th Japanese Research Fellowship Application (Mar 29, 2016) Smith College, Assistant Professor of Art: East Asian Art and Architectural History (Dec 01, 2015) East Asia Fellowship Program, Association of Research Institutes in Art History (Nov 20, 2015) Call for Doctoral Students in The Asian Sphere: Trans-Cultural Flows Program (Nov 05, 2015) Post-doc researcher in East Asian Archaeology at the Max Planck Institute (Nov 02, 2015) Research Scholar of History of Science in Asia or East Asia pre 1800 at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Berlin (Oct 16, 2015) Professorship in Korean Culture and Religion, Columbia University (Oct 01, 2015) New Position in Bioarchaeology, Cornell University Anthropology (Sep 28, 2015) Positions in Archaeology at La Trobe University (Melbourne, Australia) (Aug 14, 2015) Curator and Researcher - The International Dunhuang Project (IDP) (July 3, 2015) Postdoc position in Early China Studies at Heidelberg, Germany (June 29, 2015) Professor/Associate Professor of Chinese History and Culture, University of Hong Kong (May 5, 2015) Assistant Professor of Korean Art History -University of Kansas (April 20, 2015) Lecturer in Chinese Archaeology -University of Aberdeen (April 16, 2015) British Museum: Curator: Early Chinese Collections (Feb 18, 2015) Postdoctoral position at Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA, Los Angeles, California (Feb 13, 2015) Oxford, School of Archaeology: Peter Moores Associate Professorship in Chinese Archaeology (Feb 04, 2015) posted Apr 25, 2018 by Simon Kaner Japanese Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Summer Programme | Saturday 8th September to Saturday 22nd September 2018 Call for Applications for the Faculty of Letters of the University of Tokyo Summer Programme in Japanese Archaeology and Heritage 2018 About the Programme The Faculty of Letters of the University of Tokyo, in conjunction with the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, invites applications from undergraduate students who are not of Japanese nationality and interested in Japanese archaeology and heritage to take part in a two-week Summer School programme in Japan.And so, we celebrate the feasts of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael on September 29, followed soon after by the feast of the Holy Guardian Angels on October 2nd.