Settlement and Sanctuary on Cyprus
from the Bronze Age to the Middle Ages: Views from the Columbia University Excavations at Phlamoudhi
for symposium workshops to be held on
January 20 (1-5 pm) and January 22 (10 am - 2 pm), 2005
in the Center for Archaeology
on the 9th floor of Schermerhorn Extension
Registration opens September 7, 2004
Registration for the Settlement and Sanctuary workshops is by email, regular mail, or faxed application. Applications are welcome starting on September 7, 2004 and should be sent so that they arrive by December 20, 2004. Space in each workshop is limited to 30 people; participation by any single individual is limited to one of the two sessions.
The workshops will involve the study and discussion of finds from the excavations at Phlamoudhi that are not on display in the Settlement and Sanctuary exhibition. Specialists presenting papers in the symposium lectures on January 21, 2005 will be available during the workshops for consultation.
Workshop participants should have a special interest in working with finds from the excavations at Phlamoudhi that is not met by visiting the exhibition or having participated in the volunteer archaeological opportunities available through the Columbia University Center for Archaeology. We will attempt to accommodate as many applications as possible for the two workshops. To apply, please submit your name, contact information, a brief statement of why you are interested in participating in the workshop, and what questions you would bring to that event.
Send applications to: Professor Joanna S. Smith
Department of Art History and Archaeology
826 Schermerhorn Hall, MC 5517
New York, NY 10027
Fax: (212) 854-7329