The School of Humanities – Department of Mediterranean Studies of the University of the Aegean has issued the following announcement about a summer school in a Delphi Late Mycenaean settlement, which will take place from July 19 to August 1, 2017:
Each year students from Greek and American Universities participate in the successful Summer Schools run by University of the Aegean at Delphi Greece.
In the summer 2017 in July we will have the second year of excavations at Kastrouli (Desfina near Delphi, Fokida) and we invite students from all over the world to apply.
The site date from the Mycenaean period (LH III B & C, from approx. 1300 BC onwards) and later.
In the year 2016 we excavated many important findings that are unique in Greece in the Late Helladic period. Our activity includes the methodology of archaeological excavations & archaeological sciences. The program expands and to a survey that will contain and area towards the Corinthian Gulf.
The planned 2017 season will run for 2 weeks after 19th July 2017. It will be offered as a Summer School with certification 5 ECTS (European Credit Transfer Units) recognized by European and World accredited Universities. The number is limited to about 20 (Greek and foreign). Expected Fees (tuition, accommodation, meals, local travel) is expected to be 900 Euros, for 12 days all inclusive (except your travel to the site).
The requirements for admission are: 1) completion of essay prior to coming in the site, 2) knowledge of English language, 3) writing up a Reflective Journal in the field.
The performance for your transcript will be 60% performance in the field + 20% essay + 20% reflective journal. The certificate and Annex rating are provided properly signed and stamped by the administration of the University. Last year we had 18 students from US in the 1st summer school project with success.
*For students from USA and China: We have a collaboration between University of the Aegean and University of Science & Technology of China (USTC) Hefei; University of Henan, China; Charles University, Prague (Czech); and University of California San Diego (UCSD) for 2016, that includes such activities.
Prof Ioannis LIRITZIS
Project Leader-PI: Prof. Ioannis Liritzis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Scientific Responsible of archaeological excavations Co-PI: Dr. Athanasios Sideris, University of the Aegean.
Target Group: PhD candidates, graduates, undergraduates, public & private sector, Archaeology graduates or undergraduates, cultural Heritage researchers, archaeometrists, archaeological scientists, civil servants from the public or private sector involved with heritage, scientists in cultural issues, cultural management, dissemination & documentation, museologists, graduates in cultural studies, museology, survey archaeologists, engineers in documenting cultural tourism, sustainable development from cultural heritage and museums, virtual museum learners, freelancers.
Course Description – Learning Outcomes
Familiarization of participants with the archaeological surveys, archaeological dig, documentation, processing of excavated finds, preventive conservation issues, hands on archaeometric non-destructive analysis in situ, writing excavation reports and keeping diaries. All tutoring shall be given having in mind the level for beginners in the field.
-Introduction to the current state-of-the-art of modern archaeological excavations and trends (cyberarchaeology, Archaeometry, Excavation techniques, the archaeology of the area)
-12 days excavation, measurements, lab processing of finds
-1 day museum and sanctuary of Delphi guiding and educational touring in adjacent areas around Delphi and Corinthian Gulf
Particular emphasis will be given to practical professional experience. Students will have a great experience and form strong bonds with their peers on a field program. For this reason our Programme offers something more than a great academic course; including special opportunities and experiences in situ and in storage lab.
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