Deadline: 15 April 2011
Open to: young professionals in archaeology
Fee: 150 EUR
Cost: accommodation (only for participants who are not from Southeastern Europe)
Venue: 19 June – 3 July 2011, Ohrid, Macedonia
The Summer School aims at teaching and training postgraduates and young professionals in archaeology in techniques of non-invasive field archaeology (basic and advanced aspects), as well as integration of non-invasive methods in the framework of landscape archaeology.
The general topics of the School will be related to:
* philosophy and theory of non-invasive archaeology
* non-invasive archaeology and landscape archaeology
* spatial and landscape studies in archaeology, geographic information systems and non-invasive archaeology.
The lectures of the courses will be devoted to:
* systematic surface surveys
* structural and architectural surveys
* surveying in challenging landscapes (mountains, forests, underwater)
* geophysical prospection, as well as airborne and satellite remote sensing.
Lecturers of the courses will be eminent professors, experts from the Universities of Ljubljana, Vienna, Zagreb, possibly also from the Universities in Nederland and UK. The course language is English.
* MA or PhD students from departments of Archaeology and young professionals working in the field of archaeology from the Balkan region (less than 36 years old)
* national of one of the countries from Southeastern Europe
The participation fee is 150 euro.
Participant must be a national of one of the countries from Southeastern Europe in order for her/his accommodation costs to be fully covered by the Organizer.
Participants from other countries can also apply, but are ineligible for the financial support provided by the organizers. These applicants will have to cover participation fee of 150 euro and accommodation costs.
Deadline for submitting the application: April 15th 2011
Deadline for announcing the results of the selection process: May 1st 2011
The full program of the school will be announced: March 1st 2011