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Six Fieldwork Expectations: Code of conduct for teams on heritage field projects

Like many archaeologists, I am readying for a summer of fieldwork abroad in multiple places with various teams. The issue of how to prepare one’s team members for these fieldwork opportunities is something that’s often on my mind, and I’ve been prompted to think critically about my approach lately, as a result of three productive influencing forces. 1,407 more words

Archaeological Eyes

Field School in Southern Italy: Vulture Project

While working on my Master’s in Anthropology at the University of Alberta, I had the privilege of being a member of the Vulture Archaeological Project… 495 more words


Launch of our 2018 Archaeology Field School

Booking details are now available for our 2018 field school season, which runs from June 17th – July 20th.  The field school will operate out of Bamburgh Castle and we are offering two programmes: 231 more words

Bamburgh Castle

Week Three Recap

-post by Emily M.

Overall, week three was a productive one for the field school. This week we focused on continuing the surveying we started in week two and since the weather was much more favorable this week than last, we accomplished a lot! 244 more words

Making bank in Switzerland

By Sucheta Singh, Marketing and Communications
Photo by David Denofreo

Supun Thalagala believes in the motto, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” And that’s exactly what he had in mind when he went to study in Switzerland for a semester. 378 more words

Campus Life

Photo Contest Winner!!

So we couldn’t really make up our minds which photo is the best Megiddo photo, because every picture at Megiddo is a winner!!! 114 more words


Journey to Belize: Roots, Rocks, and Repairs

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: performing archaeological work on Mayan ruins and learning about jaguar conservation. The remainder of this series is located in the “ 706 more words