Useful linksColumbia University Archaeology Circle's Blog has a full list of recently advertised field projects and other opportunities, in the US and abroad
Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin hosted by The Archaeological Institute of America
Fieldwork Opportunities in the United Kingdom hosted by The Council for British Archaeology
Guide to Fieldwork and Internships in Anthropology (2009) (NYU)
Professors' Fieldwork/Columbia ProjectsThe Rio Grande Gorge Project (Contact Prof. Fowles for more information)
Taos, New Mexico.
Run by Barnard College; Director Prof. Severin Fowles
Andean Archaeology (Web site)
The William Duncan Strong Collection is housed within the Department of Anthropology.
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Terrence D'Altroy
Columbia Field School in China (E-mail Prof. Li for more information)
Survey and excavation of Guicheng, Shandong Province.
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Feng Li
Field Study in the Architecture of Medieval France (Web site)
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Stephen Murray
Community and the Built Environment: Tarim, Yemen (Web site)
Professor Jerome also periodically offers a course on historic site conservation.
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Pamela Jerome
The Church of Hagia Sophia at Vize, Turkey (Web site)
Early Christian architecture and survey.
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Holger Klein
Pambamarca, Ecuador (Web site) (Facebook)
Proyecto Pambamarca, Cayambe, Ecuador. This summer the Pambamarca Archaeology Project will be running a further research campaign in the Andean Highlands of Ecuador.
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Clarence Gifford
Radiocarbon Calibration Curve and Radiocarbon Dating Research Program (Web site)
Run by Columbia University; Director Prof. Richard Fairbanks
Seneca Village, New York City (Web site)
Run by Columbia Univeristy; Prof. Nan Rothschild
Columbia-Affiliated ProjectsThe Amheida Project (Web site)
Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. A Roman settlement at ancient Trimithis.
Run by New York University and affiliated with Columbia University; Director Prof. Roger Bagnall (NYU)
Villamagna (Web site)
Run by the University of Pennsylvania and affiliated with Columbia University; Co-Director Prof. Marco Maiuro