Postdoc at Leipzig

The Department of Linguistic and Cultural Evolution (DLCE) at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MI-EVA) in Leipzig (Germany) invites applications for a two-year Postdoc, associated with the project „Evolution of Cognitive Tools for Quantification (QUANTA)“. The position involves developing and executing a research project within the QUANTA scope, i.e. reconstructing the origin and evolution of numeral systems.

Applicants need to hold a PhD in a related field, including anthropology. The full-time position will start in late spring 2024 and will be limited to two years. There is no application deadline. Get more information about the position and the application process from the job note.


Forensic Anthropologist with the ICMP

The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) is looking for various types of forensic specialists on an ongoing and regular basis, including forensic anthropologists. Interested researchers can leave an application at any time.

See the job note for more information and directions for application.