The Gorge Project and Field School, New Mexico

Initiated 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 project has three commitments: first, to the...

Excavations at Hadrian’s Villa, Italy

Professor Francesco de Angelis (Dept of Art History and Archaeology) co-directs a program of field research and a summer field school at Hadrian’s Villa, a UNESCO World Heritage site near Rome, Italy. The Villa wasbuilt for the Roman Emperor Hadrian during his reign...

The Karashamb Animals Project, Armenia

The Karashamb Animals Project, directed by Professor Hannah Chazin (Department of Anthropology), investigates the animals found buried alongside humans in the Bronze Age necropolis at Karashamb (in modern day Armenia). In the hundreds of burials excavated at...
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