Do archaeological fieldwork for credit
Students in Greek and Roman Studies can begin their study of archaeology in the classroom, but can also experience the reality itself by doing archaeological fieldwork, whether an excavation or an archaeological survey, anywhere in the world.
Students begin with CLCV 1008 & 1009, Introduction to Archaeology I & II, which introduce students to the history, theory, and practice of field archaeology.
CLCV 2303 Greek Art and Archaeology and CLCV 2304 Roman Art and Archaeology give students an background in such things as classical vase painting, sculpture, architecture, and town planning.
CLCV 3301 & CLCV 4000 Archaeological Field Word I & II are for-credit courses in which students participate for a minimum of three weeks in the excavation of an archaeological site.
Find out more about the Minor in Archaeology.
Student Blog Posts from Archaeological excavations
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Field Trip to Rome and Naples Information Meeting
CLCV 3400A: Greek and Roman Studies Abroad (CU: 0.5 credit, Ottawa U: 3 credits) May 22 - June 6, 2017 INFORMATION MEETING Thursday November 3rd @ 4:00 Carleton University Paterson Hall room 303 For more information contact: Prof. Elizabeth Kennedy-Klaassen Carleton University Office: 2A55 Paterson Hall Email: email@example.com Prof....
Friday, August 14, 2015
New-Student Archaeology Blog
This site contains the observations and reflections of Carleton University students undertaking archaeological fieldwork around the world in the summer of 2015. The students are gaining archaeological training and experience at field schools in a variety of different contexts and countries: Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Canada. Through the Greek...
Monday, January 19, 2015
Benefits of the BA: Historic Find in Arabia Stumbling on History in Northwest Arabia
While on a 2011 research trip to northwestern Saudi Arabia, College of the Humanities BA Religion student, Anik Laferriere, was exploring a remote part of the Ḥismā sand desert – home to the mystical and isolated temple of al-Ruwāfa, when she stumbled on something extraordinary. Link to rest of...
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Trip to Turkey & Greece May 2015
CLCV 3400A will be a concentrated study course in which students will be expected to participate in some preliminary lectures before departure and 21 days of travel in Turkey and Greece. Course content will concentrate on ancient Greek and Roman archaeology, history, art and religion, including early Christianity. There will be required sessions...
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