2 Postdoctoral Research Fellowships on the COMPLEXITY-project

Opportunity for two fully funded postdoc positions (3 year-scholarship) to study the cross-cultural patterns of nomadic pastoral cooperation, social networks, inequality, and the evolution of political complexity in nomadic societies

Research Professor Marius Warg Næss (High North Department, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research) has been awarded an ERC consolidator grant called COMPLEXITY: From small-scale cooperative herding groups to nomadic empires – a cross-cultural approach (Grant agreement ID: 101043382, https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101043382). This project will add to other successful past and current research projects carried out in the High North Department of NIKU.

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