Columbia Center for Archaeology

Columbia Center for Archaeology

Columbia Center for Archaeology

Columbia Center for Archaeology

Columbia Center for Archaeology

Columbia Center for Archaeology

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The Columbia Center for Archaeology is designed to bring together those interested in the archaeological study of the past, materiality and the modern world, and heritage and museum studies, among other topics. We foster collaboration in teaching and research between the many archaeological researchers based in different departments and schools at Columbia and Barnard. We also arrange lectures, workshops, and other events, many of which are open to the public. More information on the Center’s history, aims and facilities.

Center for Archaeology travel award for TAG 2019

Center for Archaeology travel award for TAG 2019

Scholarship to TAG  The Columbia Center for Archaeology will award $500 to a student giving their first presentation at TAG. The award will be made on the basis of the originality and quality of the abstract proposed. Titles and abstracts should be submitted to the...
The Gorge Project and field school, New Mexico

The Gorge Project and field school, New Mexico

Initiated by Professor Severin Fowles (Department of Anthropology) in 2007, the Gorge Project is an ongoing network of research collaborations in northern New Mexico centered on the landscapes, visual culture, and archaeological traces within the Rio Grande gorge

The Karashamb Animals Project, Armenia

The Karashamb Animals Project, Armenia

The Karashamb Animals Project investigates the animals found buried alongside humans in the Bronze Age necropolis at Karashamb (in modern day Armenia). It is driected by Hannah Chazin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology.

Upcoming Events

march 2019

26mar5:30 pm- 7:00 pmMichael Seymour & Blair Fowlkes-Childs "Curating The World Between Empires: Art & Identity in the Ancient Middle East at the Met Museum"

29mar4:00 pm- 6:00 pmRui Gomes Coelho "The Sensorial Regime of 'Second Slavery': Landscape of Enslavement in the Paraíba Valley (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)"

april 2019

1apr6:00 pm- 8:30 pmTerence D'Altroy "The Cosmopolitics of Inka Imperial Rule"

26apr4:10 pm- 6:00 pmHannah Chazin TBA

may 2019

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