Institute for Field Research
We give students the opportunity to join a leading group of archaeologists as they embark on expeditions of discovery throughout the world. Students expand their knowledge of the past, explore vastly different cultures, and deepen their understanding of themselves by participating in archaeological fieldwork. It is the kind of academically rigorous, intellectually rewarding and physically demanding endeavor that asks of all its participants to dig deeper.
The Azoria Project in Crete
The Azoria Project is the excavation of an Early Iron Age and Archaic site (ca. 1200-500 B.C.) on the island of Crete in the Greek Aegean. Fieldwork is conducted by permission of the Greek Ministry of Culture under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the Archaeological Service of Eastern Crete.
Join archaeological digs in Spain and Italy. Excavate ancient sites alongside professional archaeologists. Current projects listing.
Stobi (The Capital City of Macedonia Secunda) Excavation Project
Field school & archaeological excavation. The variety of activities and the team's professionalism and flexibility make this project suitable for both beginners and advanced in either Field or Roman Archaeology. Individual program and task assignments is available to advanced students.
Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project
An archaeological survey of the region around the modern village of Pyla, Cyprus. An important facet of PKAP is our commitment to student research, which we accomplish by involving our undergraduate and graduate students in all aspects of our research program.