Alan M. Stahl is Curator of Numismatics at Princeton University's Firestone Library. He passed along this job opening. -Editor
Application for Database Coordinator, Framing the Late Antique and early Medieval Economy (FLAME)
FLAME (Framing the Late Antique and early Medieval Economy, coinage.princeton.edu is a digital numismatics projects that reconstructs the early medieval economy CE
325-725 in Western Eurasia. It supplies hard data about the early medieval economy in the form of data on hundreds of thousands of coins, to contribute to the scholarly
understanding of key historical questions in this period such as the fall of the Roman Empire, the rise of Islam, and the origins of the European economy. FLAME has concluded its
first phase (Minting) and is currently working on gathering and organizing Circulation data across Eurasia (comprising millions of data points). we are inviting applications for
the position of a FLAME Project Database Coordinator at the grade of Associate Professional Specialist for the academic year 2020/1. Essential Qualifications are: a Ph.D. in a
related field, academic background in the humanities, and experience in coding.
The complete position posting and application can be found at
https://puwebp.princeton.edu/AcadHire/apply/application.xhtml?listingId=13962. More information is available from Alan Stahl,
Wayne Homren, Editor
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