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Posted: 1-Jun-2015
Scientific and staff director for the Archaeological Excavation of the Roman Baths in the ancient city of Carsulae in San Gemini, (Umbria) Italy.

Professor Jane Whitehead, current director of archaeological excavations, along with the Associazione Valorizzazione del Patrimonio Storico and the San Gemini Preservation Studies Program (SGPS) are searching for a new scientific director for the excavation of the Roman Baths in the ancient city of Carsuale in San Gemini, Italy.

Professor Whitehead, who has directed the Carsualae excavation since 2004, is planning her retirement and, together with the excavation’s partner organizations, is searching for a new scientific director and partner university who would phase into that position over a period of three years.

Click here for complete position description and contact information.

Last Update: 01 Jun 2015

June 3-July 15, 2015: Archaeology at Pot Creek Pueblo, New Mexico (USA)

June 6-June 30, 2015: Archaeology Field Methods in Alaska, Adelphi University

June 8-July 3, 2015: Archaeology Field School in the Mariana Islands (Guam)

June 15-28, 2015 (Session 2): The Maya Research Program (Belize)

 June 15-August 7, 2015: Ifugao Archaeological Project Field School (Philippines)

 June 21-July 24, 2015: Archaeology and BioArchaeology Field School in the Czech Republic

June 24-August 4: Ecuador Field School, Florida Atlantic University

July 2-August 2, 2015: Advanced Archaeology Field Methods in Alaska, Adelphi University

July 3-August 14, 2015: Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeological (BAKOTA) Field School (Hungary)

July  6-19, 2015: Ethnoarchaeology Field School (South Australia)

July  6-19, 2015 (Session 3): The Maya Research Program (Belize)

July 6-25, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

July 6-August 1, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

July 6-August 8, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

July 6-August 15, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

 July 12-July26, 2015: Nautical Archaeology Society 2015 International Field School (Michigan)

July 20-August 2, 2015 (Session 4): The Maya Research Program (Belize)

July 24-August 31, 2015: Archaeological Field School on Rebun Island, Japan

July 27-August 15, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

July 31-August 3, 2015: Verde Valley Archaeology Center (Colorado, USA)

August 1-September 15, 2015: Cerro de la Muela Field School (Spain)

August 2-15, 2015: Inside the Bronze Age – Archaeological Field School (Portugal)

August 10-28, 2015: Sa Cudia Cremada Field School, Mediterranean Archaeology in Minorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) Session 1

August 14-17, 2015: Verde Valley Archaeology Center (Colorado, USA)

August 16-29, 2015: Inside the Bronze Age – Archaeological Field School (Portugal)

August 31-September 31, 2015: Sa Cudia Cremada Field School, Mediterranean Archaeology in Minorca (Balearic Islands, Spain) Session 2

September 11-14, 2015: Verde Valley Archaeology Center (Colorado, USA)

September 21-October 2, 2015: Archaeological Field Methods Field School (South Australia)

January 3-February 4, 2016: Giza, Egypt, 2016 Archaeological Field School

Sessions and Sites throughout 2015 & Beyond:

Transylvania Summer Archaeological Field School (Romania): July thru August 2015

Archaeological Techniques and Research Center, Southern Transylvania Projects (Romania)

Balkan Heritage Field School (Bulgaria & Macedonia)

German-Cambodian Conservation School (Cambodia)

Institute for Field Research (Global)

Related Recommended Training:

San Gemini (Italy) Preservation Studies Program – Buildings, Ceramics, Paper, Books and Art

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Giza, Egypt, 2016 Archaeological Field School: January 3-February 4, 2016

This archaeological field-school is run in the Old Kingdom settlement site at Giza, Egypt, for a period of 5 weeks (January 3 to February 4 2016). On successful completion of the course students are awarded 5 academic credits by the American University in Cairo (AUC).

For more information or to request an application form, please contact Ana Tavares and Mohsen Kamel at The application deadline is May 31, 2015.

Read first-hand accounts from 2015 field training students Rahel & Debra, and from other team members, in our 2015 Field Season Blog and visit our 2015 Field Season photogallery.

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Inside the Bronze Age – Archaeological Field School (Portugal): Two sessions
The Polytechnic Institute of Beja (Portugal) it’s promoting the IPBEJA INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 2015 – “Inside the Bronze Age – Archaeological Field School”

IPBeja has a close relationship with the region, and looks to make use of its influences and the authentic countenance of the Alentejo, of its landscape, its people and its traditions.

Accordingly, the values and characteristics of the Alentejo region are the basis for the summer programmes that IPBeja Summer School is proposing:

We kindly ask you to share this information with your students, lectures, academic staff and other potential community appliers.

For any doubts or more information, please contact through or

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Archaeology and BioArchaeology Field School in the Czech Republic: June 21-July 24, 2015
Join College of DuPage and Masaryk University-Brno for a once-in-a-lifetime exploration of the past at B˘reclav-Pohansko.
  • Immerse yourself in Czech culture during this archaeological field school, with courses in field techniques, laboratory methods and bio archaeology.
  • All instruction is in English.
  • Visit world class museums and World Heritage sites in the Czech Republic, Austria and Slovakia.
  • The cost of $2,699 (plus tuition) includes room and board on-site and local transportation.
  • Students are responsible for travel to and from the city of B˘reclav, which is located on major rail lines.

For more information, visit
For permission to register, contact Dr. Michael Dietz at (630) 942-2553 or
For general questions, call the Field Studies/Study Abroad office, (630) 942-2356.

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Verde Valley Archaeology Center (Colorado, USA): 3 sessions in 2015
The Center holds a series of excavation field schools near Cortez, Colorado at the Mitchell Springs site.

The 2015 dates are July 31-August 3, August 14-17 and September 11-14.

The cost to attend one session for a non-member is $175, which includes a one-year membership. The cost for one session for members is $125.

For additional information visit:

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Archaeology Field School in the Mariana Islands (Guam): June 8-July 3, 2015
The University of Hawai‘i and Universitat Pompeau Fabra (Barcelona, Spain) are hosting an archaeological field school in partnership with the University of Guam. The field school provides participants with intensive training in archaeological site excavation and mapping in the field, and artifact analysis and interpretation in the laboratory. Students will attend lectures on Pacific island archaeology and traditional history by archaeologists, cultural practitioners, and other noted scholars. Field trips will be taken to numerous cultural and historic sites on the island.

Location: The 2015 archaeological field school will take place along a remote coast in the Ritidian Unit of the Guam National Wildlife Refuge. The wildlife refuge includes vast coral reefs with abundant marine life, lush tropical forests, and stunning limestone cliffs. The island of Guam is a US Territory; the islands to the north of Guam comprise the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas.

Archaeology & History: The archaeological record of the refuge is exceptionally rich and it includes ancient Chamorro villages with the famed megalithic latte buildings. This area witnessed the first contact with Europeans when Ferdinand Magellan - the famed Portuguese explorer - encountered Guam in 1521 as his ships sailed around the world. Guam was ruled as a Spanish colony for than two centuries, and it was a vital provisioning station for the galleon ships that crossed the Pacific Ocean between Manila, Philippines and Acapulco, Mexico. Because of its location along the galleon route, Guam developed a unique indigenous society that integrates cultural characteristics from the Pacific, Asia, the Americas, and Europe.

Course Credits: Students will receive 6 college credits: ANTH 381 (Archaeological Field Techniques) or ANTH 668 (Archaeological Field Methods). For additional tuition and research, students may also enroll for 3 credits of ANTH 399 or ANTH 699.

Instructors and Researchers: The archaeology field school will be co-directed by Dr. James M. Bayman and Dr. Sandra Montón Subias, in partnership with faculty at the University of Guam: Dr. Mike Carson, Dr. John Peterson, and Dr. Hiro Kurashina. These scholars have conducted archaeological research throughout the Pacific, Asia, the Americas, and Europe.

Tuition & Expenses: $4030 (all inclusive except for airfare and meals). Students will live in University of Guam dormitories and will prepare their meals in the kitchen facilities provided.

Dates: June 8 - July 3, 2015 (4 weeks)

Website & Applications:

Completed applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the deadline of April 15, 2015. Early applications are strongly encouraged to reserve your slot on the field school roster.

Additional Information Contact:
James M. Bayman, Professor
University of Hawai‛i-Mānoa, Dept. of Anthropology
Phone: 808-956-8511 - Hawaii Standard Time (UTC, -10:00)

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Ifugao Archaeological Project Field School (Philippines): June 15-August 7, 2015
From the website:

"The field school has been awarded funding by the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates. Eight (8) undergraduate students (junior- and senior-standing) who are U.S. Citizens or permanent residents will be selected through a competitive process. Selected students will receive stipends that can be used for academic credit fees. Roundtrip airfare (LAX-MNL-LAX), field accommodation, meals, and ground travel will be covered by the project. Students are responsible for travel expenses to and from LA prior to the trip to the Philippines."

The application deadline is March 15th. Click here for flyer!

More information can be found here:

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Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeological (BAKOTA) Field School (Hungary): July 3-August 14, 2015
TRAVEL to Hungary; visit regional museums and archaeological sites LEARN field and lab techniques & conduct original research JOIN a multicultural research team & receive mentorship from top scholars in the field of anthropology DEVELOP skills for presenting and publishing original research & pave the way for future career options

The Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeological (BAKOTA) Field School is a summer undergraduate research program sponsored by Quinnipiac University and the National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates Site program. Students accepted into the program will work with an international, multidisciplinary research team on the excavation and analysis of a Middle Bronze Age cemetery and settlement in eastern Hungary. Student travel, housing, food, field trip fees, etc. will be covered by the NSF in addition to a $500/week stipend (total $3,000). Ten Fellows will be selected from the pool of applicants. Students can apply online at: The deadline for applications is March 27th. Eligibility: students must be a US citizen or permanent resident, and currently enrolled in an undergraduate program.

Website and Online Application:
 Application Deadline: March 27, 2015
Field School Dates: July 3 - August 14, 2015
Field School Location: Hungary

Contact Information: Dr. Julia Giblin (
Click HERE for field school flyer.

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Transylvania Summer Archaeological Field School (Romania): July thru August 2015
The Archaeological Summer School is a project developed in collaboration with different Romanian institutions (Institute of Archaeology and History of Art of the Romanian Academy Cluj-Napoca and Cris County Museum - Oradea).

The project aims to promote and protect the archaeological heritage of Transylvania (and beyond), through the involvement of volunteers in archaeological activities. At the same time, this is a great chance for us to share the experience of an archaeological adventure with other archaeology enthusiasts.

Place and duration: The project runs throughout the summer (July-August) and it’s being carried out in a Bronze Age Tell settlement within Transylvania. The Bronze Age tells occupy the highest position in the settlement system of the Carpathian Basin and can be compared to contemporary sites from the Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations. Their development covers a period of approximately 1000 years, between circa 2500 and 1500 B.C. The tells differ visibly from the rest of contemporary settlements from the Carpathian Basin both in terms of architectural building patterns and thickness of the occupation debris resulted from long-term habitation in the same area. The central role played by the tell-settlements in the region is also proven by their fortification systems, the presence of defensive structures indicating the fact that a certain political authority with control over a well-defined territory.

What one can learn: Obviously, the learning level depends a lot on everyone’s involvement in these activities. At the end of the program we hope that each participant (volunteer or student) will hold the basics of archaeological research (the theories and techniques used by archaeologists in excavating a site), will understand and be able apply the methods of documentation (photography, drawing, etc.), will have the ability to operate the tools and equipment provided. Participants will have the opportunity to experience a small fraction of Transylvanian culture, by directly interacting with the history, geography, architecture and traditions of the area. Also, by working in a large group, participants will gain team work experience and have a great chance to socialize and make new friends.

• Project languages: English, Română and Deutsch

Accommodation: Volunteers will be accommodated in Oradea, in a student hostel. Each room is equipped with three beds and a bathroom. Internet connection and cooking facilities are available. Three meals per day are provided, plus additional snacks and occasional beverages.

Cost: 200 Euros/week (Including accommodation, meals, local transportation and guidance)

Elena Cristina Cordoș
Phone: +40726837464

For more information about the sites and staff members visit our website at

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Archaeology at Pot Creek Pueblo, New Mexico (USA): June 3-July 15, 2015
Application Deadline: April 2015

Study Archaeology in Taos, New Mexico (no experience needed, financial aid available). The 2015 Southern Methodist University field school will take place at the site of T'aitöna or Pot Creek Pueblo located in the forested mountains near Taos, New Mexico. This site is an important center for population aggregation and acknowledged as an ancestral site to both the Taos and Picuris Puebloan groups. Students will carryout excavations, collect samples for dating and analysis, participate in artifact analysis, and contribute to our knowledge of the social restructuring in the northern extent of the Puebloan Southwest and in the development of later communities.

Field trips that are part of the curriculum include Chaco Canyon, Aztec Ruins, Tsankawi Ruins, and Bandelier National Monument.

Course is 6 or 9 academic credits offered through Southern Methodist University.

Undergraduates and Graduates are welcome and additional research opportunities are possible using the extensive collections from the site.

Visit  and for more information.

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German-Cambodian Conservation School (Cambodia): Sessions for 2015
It is a great pleasure for us to inform you that from the beginning of July 2013 the German-Cambodian Conservation School has successful organized 12 training courses in Phnom Penh and Angkor Wat. 24 course participants came from 6 Southeast Asian countries."

application and contact information available at:

For 2015, applications from employees working at a museum or are involved in archaeological projects are welcome.

Applicants should have a basic knowledge of English. Please also take note of the attractive subsidy that is detailed on our website.

For inquiries, please contact us at:

Click here for GCCS flyer.

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Nautical Archaeology Society 2015 International Field School (Michigan): July 12-July26, 2015
Expanding its reputation as the leader in Nautical Archaeology education in the Great Lakes, Northwestern Michigan College will host a Nautical Archaeology Society 2015 International Field School. This two week event will be held on the main campus between July 12th and July 26th. . It will consist of taught courses and the supervised archaeological survey of a historic shipwreck in Northport, Grand Traverse Bay and an early Archaic site on the shore of an inland lake. This is a unique opportunity for anyone interested in underwater archaeology to train with NAS instructors and students from around the world.

Week one consists of an introduction to foreshore and underwater archaeology and the supervised survey of either a dry-land or underwater archaeological site. The second week consists of a series of day-long specialty courses covering topics such as: archaeological surveying, artifact typology, ship and boat construction, flint knapping, Native American settlement in northwest Michigan, documentary research, underwater archaeological surveying and archaeological illustration. These courses are open to anyone interested and no previous experience is necessary.

For more details please visit:

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Archaeology Field Methods in Alaska, Adelphi University: June 6-June 30, 2015
This course, specifically for undergraduates with no previous archaeological experience, focuses on building important skills by using state-of-the-art field-based research technologies and teaching the fundamentals of archaeological survey, excavation, stratigraphic profiling and site mapping. You can travel to the quaint mountain villages of Talkeetna and Trapper Creek—located along the confluence of the Susitna, Talkeetna and Chulitna Rivers midway between Anchorage and Fairbanks—and participate in an ongoing research program.

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Advanced Archaeology Field Methods in Alaska, Adelphi University: July 2-Aug 2, 2015
This advanced course engages students in reconnaissance, survey and site excavations at multiple sites in the Volkmar Lake and Goodpaster River region of the Tanana Valley, central Alaska. You will travel on your own to Fairbanks, located in the heart of interior Alaska, where you’ll meet the research team and board either a floatplane or a riverboat to reach the remote Volkmar-Goodpaster project area. A field base camp will be established where your research will take place.

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The Maya Research Program: Various Sessions in 2015
The Maya Research Program is a U.S.-based non-profit organization (501c3) that sponsors archaeological and ethnographic research in Middle America. Each summer since 1992, we have sponsored archaeological fieldwork at the ancient Maya sites of Blue Creek, Nojol Nah, Xnoha, and Grey Fox in northwestern Belize.

In 2015 we again offer opportunities to participate in our field program and learn about the Maya of the past and today. The Blue Creek project is open to student and non-student participants, regardless of experience. The field school has been certified by the Register of Professional Archaeologists and participants receive training in archaeological field and laboratory techniques.

We invite students and volunteers to participate in the Maya Research Program’s 24th archaeological field season in northwestern Belize.
  • 2015 Season Dates:
    • Session 1: Monday June 1 to Sunday June 14
    • Session 2: Monday June 15 to Sunday June 28
    • Session 3: Monday July 6 to Sunday July 19
    • Session 4: Monday July 20 to Sunday August 2

Application Process: The maximum number of participants for each 2-week archaeological field school session ranges from 20 to 25 students and volunteers. Participants will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. To enroll, the applicant should forward an enrollment form <> and appropriate deposit to the Maya Research Program.

Cost: The donation for a single two-week session for non-students is $1750 USD. A special first-session rate of $1500 is available to students currently enrolled in an accredited University or College. If more than one session is desired, the donation is $1200 for each additional session. (For instance, students would pay $1500 for their first 2 week session and $1200 for the second 2 week session for a total of $2700 for four weeks). A non-refundable deposit of $250 per session is required to hold your spot. (Participants are responsible for their travel costs to Belize). If a student wishes to receive academic credit, tuition costs (via the University of Texas at Tyler or their home institution) will apply in addition to the required donation to the Maya Research Program.

Student scholarships and fellowships are available.

The Maya Research Program also offers specialized laboratory and field courses for students and volunteers in addition to the general archaeological field school. The specific study areas for the specialized laboratory and field courses are:

  1. Laboratory and Field Methods: Artifact Analysis (ceramics, lithics, groundstone, and obsidian) - limited to 5 persons in Session 3
  2. Laboratory and Field Methods: Bioarchaeology (the study of human skeletal remains) -limited to 5 persons in Session 3
  3. Laboratory and Field Methods: Photogrammetry and 3D Digital Modeling - limited to 10 persons in Session 4 only.

For additional information please contact the Maya Research Program:
1910 East Southeast Loop 323 #296
Tyler, Texas 75701

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Archaeological Techniques and Research Center, Southern Transylvania Projects (Romania)
Sitting at the crossroads between Europe and Asia, Transylvania (Romania) plays a fundamental role in the development of the European world. By its geographic location, it is situated on the main communication and technological axes in and out of Europe and, as a result, became a very dynamic zone of culture synthesis. At the same time, not only it has the largest salt concentration in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, but it also provides easy access to massive deposits of copper, tin, iron, gold and coal. Since the earliest moments of tribal and then state formation and development, Transylvania has been at the core of all power struggles in Eastern-Southeastern Europe.

Our programs invite students and volunteers to explore, excavate and experience the genesis of European culture from the Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages. During the 2015 field season, we will continue our focus on the archaeology of “creolization”, looking at the way colonization is in fact a dynamic process that affects and changes both the so called “core” and “periphery” actors. Concurrently, both our archaeology and bioarchaeology programs are addressing how global events are expressed at the local level and examine processes of transition in liminal spaces.

All our projects are designed as intensive hands-on field experience programs and, as such, are open for both credit student and non-credit participants.

Our bioarchaeology programs offer two different venues:
  • Medieval Funerary Excavation - Lost Churches Project - Living and Dying on the European Frontier
  • Commingled Remains Osteology Research Excavation and Workshop - Bioarchaeological and Zooarchaeological Approaches to Collective Burial Analysis

For more information, visit

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Cerro de la Muela 2015. Roman site. Cuenca, Spain. Archaeological Field School
The Field School offers a three/six-week intensive course in which you will be in touch with fieldwork and laboratory practices. The program is designed to introduce you to the archaeological process from surveying, excavation, data collection, and historical interpretation.

Cerro de la Muela Field School offers hands-on experience in excavation and laboratory study of a roman archaeological site. It is a most interesting roman military settlement placed between the roman cities of Segobriga and Ercávica. The highlight of the site is a quadrangular building of unknown function that could have served as a military garrison, as a horreum or as a place where to transform lapis specularis, the first crystal known to be used in windows (Plinius. Nat. Hist. XXXVI, 161), which brought economic prosperity to the region in the time of Augustus.

On 1972-3 Professor M.M. Sadek from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada, directed two archaeological campaigns. A great amount of artifacts were found. In the archaeological season of 2014 we found the existence of a 2nd row of columns with sandstone blocks at the East side. We dug in several interior rooms in which we discovered numerous coins and other bronze objects, hair bone needles, loom weights, iron nails,sickles and other iron tools and fragments of pottery and glass vessels.

The participants will have the opportunity to meet different aspects of the spanish culture at the excursions. We'll visit Toledo, Madrid, Cuenca and its archaeological museum, the roman city of Segóbriga, the monastery of Uclés and a roman mine of lapis specularis.

Carrascosa del Campo is a little village placed at 100km from Madrid and 55km from Cuenca, joined by highway.
The village has a pharmacy and health facility. There is a small Hospital in the nearby town of Tarancon (25km) and a general Hospital in Cuenca. There are a pool and an artificial lake near Carrascosa.

2014 AIMS
After the surprising results of the last campaign, the aims for 2015 are: to continue with the excavation of the rich late roman layers inside the east corner of the monumental building. Excavate the South East tower. Make a test trench to verify the stratigraphy of the site, in order to obtain the building foundation date.
  • Excavation:
    • The correct way to use tools.
    • Learning the use of technical tools.
    • Excavations techniques and methods.
    • Collection of samples for laboratory.
    • Stratigraphy, contexts and phases.
    • The Law of superposition and the Harris Matrix.
  • Documentation and Registration:
    • Excavation journal.
    • Context sheets.
    • Plans/Section drawing.
    • Artifacts recording and processing.
    • Artifacts drawing and reconstruction.
  • Restoration:
    • First aid for finds.
    • Cleaning, and lime/salt extraction.
    • Preventive conservation of ruins.
  • Seminars:
    • Roman archaeology.
    • Introduction to roman ceramic studies.
    • Artifacts: from inventories and museum storage to exhibitions
  • Sessions:
    • Three weeks:
      • 6-25 July 1.290€
      • 27 July-15 August 1.290€
      • 1-20 September 1.190€
    • 4 weeks: 6 July- 1 August 1.690€ '
    • 5 weeks: 6 July- 8 August 2.090€
    • 6 weeks: 6 July- 15 August 2.490€

No fieldwork experience required. No spanish required.

The price includes: Room and board in a rural Hostel at Carrascosa del Campo. Transfer to and from Madrid-Barajas Airport. Daily transport to the site, excursions, seminars. Certificate 130/260h of practice.

For more information, please visit

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Balkan Heritage Field School (Bulgaria & Macedonia) [Multiple Projects & Locations]: Dates continuing into 2015
The Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS) is a program of the Balkan Heritage Foundation (a Bulgarian public, non-profit, non-governmental organization). Since 2003 it has been offering different projects/courses, taught in English, for practical education in the fields of Archaeology and History of South-Eastern Europe, Documentation, Conservation and Restoration of Historic Artifacts and Monuments, in two Balkan countries: Bulgaria and Republic of Macedonia. The Program has involved a number of academic and research institutions, museums and heritage specialists from Bulgaria, Republic of Macedonia, USA, Canada, France and Japan – among them is the New Bulgarian University, which provides to all students the opportunity to obtain by request credit hours for their participation in the BHFS projects/courses.

For more information, please visit

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Archaeological Field School on Rebun Island, Japan: July 24-August 31, 2015
Application Deadline: March 6, 2015

Project Description: Under the direction of Dr. Andrzej Weber, the Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, will be offering a 6-credit Archaeological Field School (ANTHR 396) on Rebun Island, Japan. This field school will be hosted by the Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project (BHAP), which is an international collaborative research initiative exploring hunter-gatherer lifeways in Northeast Asia.

For more information, please visit

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Institute for Field Research (Global) [Multiple Projects & Locations]: Sessions continuing into 2015
The Institute for Field Research is now offering 28 archaeological field schools around the world, including China, Colombia, Egypt, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Mexico, Oman, Panama, Peru, Philippines, South Africa, Spain, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, United Kingdom, and the US.

For more information about each field school, visit our website:

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List your Archaeological Field School Here: Contact Kevin-Kelly@UIowa.Edu