Field Projects and Research
Greece Field SiteWorking on an archaeological site in Crete, Greece.
Jordan Field SiteThe biblical Town of Nebo in Jordan.
Ontario Field SiteStudents survey the land of an old Wendat village.
Our Archaeology and Heritage Studies program requires mandatory participation in field projects as a degree requirement. Recent field schools, taken for credit, have been carried out in Ontario at:
- A 16th/17th-century Wendat (Huron) village;
- Old Fort Erie, a War of 1812 site;
- The Minoan palace of Gournia in Crete; and
- The biblical Town of Nebo (Khirbat al-Mukhayyat) in Jordan.
2017 Archaeological Field School
This year's Ontario field school will take place May 8 - June 16 2017.
This year's Jordan field school will take place June 29 - Aug. 5 2017.
Work-Study and Volunteer Positions
Work-study and volunteer opportunities are available each year for students wishing to assist professors in their research projects.
You have the option of doing a directed study with a faculty member, usually on an aspect of current and ongoing field research.
Dig Night 2017
Wednesday, Jan. 11 2017 at 7:00pm in BA211.