Academic / Research

AMNH Publications

Open access to publications by the American Museum of Natural History. PDF versions of materials.

Center for Digital Archaeology (CoDA)

The Center for Digital Archaeology (CoDA) is a team of experienced scholars and professionals from UC Berkeley who believe in the value of using digital technologies for the study and preservation of our cultural heritage. We develop data-driven digital products and educational programs to support organizations interested in the creation, management, and publishing of digital data and rich media. One of our locations is at 2224 Piedmont Ave on the Berkeley campus.


eScholarship provides open access, scholarly publishing services to tthe University of California and delivers a dynamic platform to scholars worldwide. New site launch in Oct 2009!


Field School in Cambustica, Bulgaria

Field school at a Roman site in Bulgaria running from July 1 to August 31, 2009.

Field School in Historical Archaeology: Amache Project

The DU Amache Project

A WWII era Japanese American internment camp site in Granada, Colorado

Principal Faculty: Professor Bonnie Clark
Institution: University of Denver
Dates: June 21 - July 19, 2010

Field School in Maritime Archaeology

St. Mary's College of California's

Summer Field School in Maritime Archaeology: Bermuda

Principal Faculty: Dr. James M. Allan
St. Mary's College
Dates: July 19 - August 8, 2010 

Terminologia del análisis lítico en Arqueología

Online Spanish language dictionary of lithic analysis terminology from Argentina. Self-Description for the site reads "Diccionario de uso, Descripción de objetos líticos, Aplicación del análisis del discurso, textos arqueológicos latinoamericanos"

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