Research Opportunity in Greece
Excavating Ancient Eleon
This project investigates a settlement site in the central Greek region of Boeotia, dating primarily to the Mycenaean (ca. 1700-1100 BCE) and Classical (600-400 BCE) periods. Eleon operated within the orbit of the major Greek city of Thebes, but on-going excavations reveal the diverse connections and resilient efforts of this early Greek community.
Undergraduate student volunteers are a vital part of our international research team. Each participant will join in all aspects of fieldwork, learning stratigraphic excavation techniques, recording methods, and artifact analysis. The program offers experiential learning and is physically strenuous. All participants will be required to pay a $2400 fee to cover housing, meals, local travel, and program costs for six weeks. The excavation team lives in shared apartments in the coastal town of Dilesi, which offers swimming in the Euboean Gulf, internet access, and public transportation to Athens, just one hour away.
To learn more about your potential participation, and to schedule an interview, please contact Bryan Burns firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Hellenic Studies
Summer Internship in Washington, DC
From June 1 to August 1, 2015, the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) Summer Internship Program will employ undergraduate students at the CHS campus in the heart of Washington, DC to work in conjunction with CHS directors, staff, and affiliates on projects related to Publications and Curricular Development.
For more information, go to http://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/5408?menuId=167 .