Listed below is a sampling of some of the current archaeological fieldwork opportunities available in the regions covered by this website. Additional fieldwork at sites around the world can be found on the Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin webpage of the Archaeological Institute of America.
If you are aware of any other fieldwork projects that you would like to see listed here, please send an email to the website administrator on the Contact Puget Sound page.
From 1998 to 2006, the interdisciplinary research project of IKAP (or the Iklaina Archaeological Project) conducted a systematic intensive surface survey of the territory around Iklaina in the Greek Peloponnese. Beginning in 2006, this survey fieldwork was followed by the current program of full archaeological excavation, and has, to date, uncovered Early, Middle, and Late Helladic levels of settlement at the site. Each summer, IKAP serves as a field school, including museum and site tours, as well as evening classes on Greek Civilization to students and volunteers interested in a hands-on approach to archaeology.
Conducted by the University of Missouri-St. Louis, details for this on-going archaeological project can be found at http://www.iklaina.org
Black Sea Region