University of Innsbruck

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The NearArCH Field School Innsbruck is a three-week intensive program open to everyone looking for an exciting and unique opportunity. The practical training in archaeological fieldwork showcases a new approach in understanding ancient civilizations through a varied approach that includes literary sources, field trips and the study of materials from the South Caucasus. The field school combines on-site fieldwork and specialized academic teaching by the expert team of the Department of Near Eastern Archaeology of the University of Innsbruck, the State University of Yerevan, the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia and the Tbilisi State University.

Near Eastern Archaeological Field School Programme

Field School GEORGIA

1st June – 24th June 2021

Field School ARMENIA

September/October 2021

 

Info


Degree
Certificate of the University of Innsbruck

Duration/ECTS-Credits
3 weeks /10 ECTS-AP

Location
Khovle Gora (Georgia) or
Aramus – Karmir Blur (Armenia)

Language
English

Cost
2.150 EUR


The right programme for me?


Lernziele

Objectives

 Graduates will

  • gain experience on documentation and safekeeping of archaeological finds
  • have knowledge of sedimentation layers in the soil, building materials and monumental architectural finds
  • be able to interpret archaeological finds
  • gain experience in digital documentation techniques, Heritage Conservation Studies and the Digital Humanities.
Zielgruppe

Target group

  • Students of Archaeology and related research fields
  • Volunteers, interested in the field of Near Eastern Archaeology
Voraussetzungen

Requirements

  • interest in archeological field work
  • physical resilience
Kontakt

Contact

assoz. Prof. Mag. Dr. Sandra Heinsch
Department of Near Eastern Archaeology –
Institute of Ancient History and Near Eastern Studies

Langer Weg 11
6020 Innsbruck

  +43 512 507 37660
  Sandra.Heinsch@uibk.ac.at

Academic Supervision

assoz. Prof. Mag. Dr. Sandra Heinsch
Institute of Ancient History and Near Eastern Studies

Mag. Dr. Walter Kuntner
Institute of Ancient History and Near Eastern Studies

Instructors

assoz. Prof. Mag. Dr. Sandra Heinsch
Institute of Ancient History and Near Eastern Studies

Mag. Dr. Walter Kuntner
Institute of Ancient History and Near Eastern Studies

Organisational Information

Dates

Georgia: 1st June – 24th June 2021

With the possibility to take part on the Vardzia Conference 2021 from 26th May-30th May 2021.

If you are interested in additional participation with paper at the conference, please contact the person in charge. Participation in the conference is confirmed with a certificate from Tbilisi State University and the University of Innsbruck.

Armenia: September/October 2021

Due to the special situation and the associated entry requirements for the given occasions, the exact travel days will be announced as soon as possible.

Location

Khovle Gora (Georgia)

Aramus – Karmir Blur (Armenia)

Anmeldung

Georgia: 

Please register via the registration button above.

Armenia: 

Registration is currently not yet open.

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General Information for Course Registration.

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