Anomaly Archives On-Site Assistant Curator Job Description
On-Site Assistant Curator for the lending library of the Scientific Anomaly Institute
The Anomaly Archives has filled its opening for a live-in / on-site Assistant Curator for the specialized collections of the Scientific Anomaly Institute’s lending library. This is a part-time that will facilitate the library having much more accessibility and broadening its hours of operation.
This position has been filled.
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About Scientific Anomaly Institute
The Anomaly Archives is the lending library of the Scientific Anomaly Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks:
Preservation and dissemination of scientific research into anomalous phenomena
Research and analysis of accumulated collections Education of the public regarding scientific investigations into these phenomena
Purposes of the Institute:
* Managing and developing an archive and library for documents and literature with regards to a multi-disciplinary approach to anomalous phenomena,
* Supporting, promoting and pursuing research to obtain increased knowledge about anomalous phenomena, and
* Pursuing and stimulating a critical, scientific discussion of anomalous phenomena, and providing a forum for information, support, and sharing among researchers while, Functioning as the archives and library for like-minded organizations, and other groups in the community that have similar interests.
Our collection houses over about 5,000 books as well as research materials such as, videos, documents, magazines, and personal correspondence. Along with the S.A.I. collection, we also curate the collections of "Rare UFO & Paranormal Book Collector/Seller" Robert C. Girard, INACS (Institute for Neuroscience And Consciousness Studies), and others. And previously those of Austin MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), Austin IONS (Institute Of Noetic Sciences) and JSA (Jung Society of Austin). We house many great books that discuss a wide range of scientific subjects including:
-UFOs and Ufology
Please come pay us a visit!
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