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Collections Specialist – Bioanthropologist for North American Human Remains The Field Museum, Chicago,

12/05/2016 4:27 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Collections Specialist – Bioanthropologist for North American Human Remains

The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, USA


As part of a 2016 IMLS National Leadership Grant, this full-time (35 hours per

week), three-year term biological anthropology position will develop improved data

access for North American human remains and a plan for improved standards of

curation for these remains. Will also inventory, document, and individuate human

remains from North America. Coordinates access to human remains and

maintenance of storage facilities. This three-year initiative, entitled Collaborative

Curation: Building a 21st Century Model for the Care of North American Human

Remains, will generate essential, innovative approaches for museums to respectfully curate North American human remains. For more information see:


http://fieldmuseum.org/about/careers/?hireology_job_id=90694



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