Monday, 3 December 2012

Internship in Ethnographic Conservation at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford

 The Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford is offering an eight-week internship to conservation students in July and August 2013.  The internship is intended to be a mid-course placement for students returning to study in 2013-2014. 

The intern will work with Jeremy Uden, Senior Clothworkers’ Conservation Fellow, on material collected on the first and second voyages of Captain James Cook.  For more information on the project see

They are unable to offer remuneration of any kind for the internship. 

To apply, please email a CV and covering letter, demonstrating an interest in ethnographic conservation, to  by Monday 7th January 2013.

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