Southern Phokis Regional Project

This listing expired on August 1, 2023. Please contact for any updated information.

Location: Desfina 330 50, Greece

Season: June 19, 2023 to July 7, 2023

Deadline Type: Rolling


Program Type:
Field School, Volunteer, Staff Position

RPA Certified:

Yale University

Project Director:
Andrew Koh and Ioannis Liritzis

Project Description:

In collaboration with Dr. Ioannis Liritzis (University of the Aegean) and Dr. Yiota Manti (Ionian University), Dr. Andrew Koh (Yale/MIT), Dr. Cheryl Floyd, Dr. Trevor Luke (Florida State), Janling Fu (Harvard), and Ian Roy (Brandeis) are continuing to explore the Bronze-Iron Age citadel at Desfina-Kastrouli and its environs within the longue durée context of the Southern Phokis Regional Project (co-directed by Koh and Liritzis). Our professional team includes experts in field archaeology, ceramics, GIS survey and mapping, digital modeling and aerial photogrammetry, ancient history, and the archaeological sciences. In 2018, through the archaeological field school program, we welcomed a diverse group of international volunteers to come and work alongside us. In 2022, we conducted a transitional field season to prepare us for a new round of research after the disruption of Covid-19. The next field school program will offer the same training in traditional excavation and analytical techniques, while also offering exposure and hands-on experience with the tools of the archaeological sciences (e.g. Laboratory of Environmental Archaeology, OpenARCHEM) and research technology & innovation (e.g. Digital Scholarship Lab).

Project Size: 1-24 participants

Room and Board Arrangements:

Contact Information:

Andrew Koh

PO Box 208287

New Haven




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