The AIA announces the first recipients of the new Elizabeth Bartman Museum Internship Fund Scholarship, established in honor of AIA Past President Elizabeth Bartman.
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A 2014 Waldbaum Recipient, Sarah Janesko, shares her passion for public archaeology.
In mid-August, the Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project began its first five-week field season with the mapping and excavation of a Late Roman shipwreck off the southeast coast of Sicily. The […]
The excavation of the Mesolithic site at Damnoni, southwest Crete, exceeded expectations. The site is the first of its period excavated on Crete and represents a discovery of a new […]
After four weeks in the trenches braving bipolar weather systems bent on eroding our findings or the top layers of our skin, carrying sand upon my body as a constant […]
As a member of the Proyecto Arqueológico El Zotz during the 2010 fieldwork season, I worked alongside the project’s Guatemalan Co-Director, Lic. Edwin Román, in excavations at a civic-ceremonial group […]
On the third day of the drive out to the Mongol-American Khovd Archaeology Project site, I realized that Mongolia was very different than I had envisioned. I was expecting windswept […]
My experience in Turkey was a remarkable one where I learned about the history of human civilization, was immersed in a different culture with another language and gained valuable experience […]
The opportunity to participate in Florida State’s dig at Cetamura was an invaluable and unforgettable experience. On the dig I learned and endeavored to master archaeological field techniques. I had […]
My first field school with the Amarna Project in Egypt was truly a life-changing experience. Not only was it a first step into my intended career, but it was a […]