The Seshat Global History Databank team are looking for people to join their team.
The Seshat Global History Databank is building a large historical dataset that will collate information on the development of human society. As a research assistant, you will be helping collect data on social, political, economic, and religious organisation over the past five thousand years of global history. Applicants should have bachelor degree in a relevant discipline (including, but not limited to, anthropology, history, sociology, political science, and economics). It is a fixed-term post ending in February 2017. The position is remote and will start at 30 hours a week with the potential to increase to a full time schedule.
Find out more at the Seshat Global History Databank site.