The University of Maine seeks a Museum Registrar to manage the Hudson Museum’s ethnographic and archaeological collections of over 9000 objects. The Hudson is an anthropology museum that boasts world-class collections, including the William P. Palmer III Collection of Precolumbian artifacts ranging from Olmec to Aztec and an astounding collection of Native American holdings from the Arctic to the Pacific Northwest. The Museum has long-standing programmatic, collections and exhibit collaborations with Maine’s four tribal communities–Maliseet, Micmac, Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Nation. Through thirty-two cooperating curators, who are UMaine faculty and staff, the Museum is linked to a wide variety of academic departments and institutes and regularly showcases UMaine research through exhibitions and programs.
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Employment Type: Full Time, fixed length
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