Serbia: The Jadar Project: Archaeological Dig and Field School in Western Serbia

Summer Session II — 2013

This is a great opportunity to explore your interest in or deepen your knowledge of archaeology field research methods. Work and learn alongside Professor Arthur Bankoff, chair of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, and a team of archaeologists from the United States and Serbia on a dig in western Serbia, near Loznica. This hands-on archaeological field school will survey Bronze Age sites, surveying and the exploration of life 3,500 years ago. This amazing three-week program includes weekend excursions to various scenic and historical sites. Students will be housed in a modern hotel close to the excavation site. Trips are taken to important sites, museums and tourist attractions. No prior experience is required.

This program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, and all majors.

Program Dates

July 4 – 25

Program Fee

$2,653 (includes international airfare, health/travel insurance, program-related transportation in Serbia, housing and some meals)

Additional Costs

$200, plus Brooklyn College tuition. Non-tuition out-of-pocket costs include estimated costs for personal expenses, Internet/phone and out-of-pocket meals.

Courses and Credits

Participants will register for the following six-credit course:

  • ANTH 3470: Summer Archaeological Field School

Financial Aid / Scholarships

Financial aid does apply, and alternative loans are available. Scholarships that apply to this program are: SASA, Gilman, Furman and STOCS, among others. (See the Scholarship listing on the IEGE website.)

How to Apply

Application Deadline

March 15, 2013 Deadline extended to April 5

More Information

Professor Arthur Bankoff (Program Director)
Anthropology and Archaeology
P: 718.951.5507

International Education and Global Engagement
1108 Boylan Hall
P: 718.951.5189