School of Archaeology in Abruzzo, Italy: Summer Program 2019

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The application is now open for the international School of Archaeology in Abruzzo (Italy)-2019 summer program, organized by University of Pisa (Italy).

The school program arises from the desire to offer students, from all over the world, the chance to participate in current research, allowing them to live an important experience of personal and professional grow. Our aim is to increase awareness and competencies of the students about archaeological and methodological issues through an intensive four weeks program of lectures, laboratory experience and field activity.

The program offers its participants a diachronic (multi-period) approach to the study of archaeology, by giving students the opportunity to learn and work in two different excavations sites (Rio Tana: Neolithic site; Alba Fucens, roman site), where they will gain the skill and a deeper knowledge of the archaeology from the prehistoric to the roman period.

School Partners: Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Abruzzo, University of Foggia,  ICCOM-CNR U.O.S. of Pisa and INGV of Rome.

In Brief

Where: the school will take place in the area of Fucino in Abruzzo, a region of central Italy

Dates: July 7–August 4, 2019

Application deadline: May 17, 2019

Costs include: Academic program, housing (shared rooms), meals, Resident Director, orientation, transportation to/from dig site, lab fees, and official transcripts.

To apply: Please register


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