International Field School on Archaeological Science in Ancient Corinth
Details on the 2017 Field School program will be posted here shortly.
Highlights from the 2016 Field School, held in Ancient Corinth
Nine students participated in the very successful 2016 Field School where the three course supervisors (Dr. P. Karkanas, ASCSA; Prof. S. Weiner, Weizmann Institute; Dr. E. Boaretto, Weizmann Institute) exposed them to interdisciplinary research that involves archaeology and the natural sciences, in the field. Dr. Guy Sanders, Director of Corinth excavations, ASCSA lead the team to all relevant excavation areas and provided the necessary background and research questions. The participants were the following:
Hanan Charaf, PhD
Catherine Klesner, MSc
Robert Stein, MSc student
Nicol Anastassatou, BSc
Marta Lorenzon, PhD student
Ekaterina Sevastakis, PhD student
Christina Hildebrandt, MSc
Nathan Jankowsky, PhD
Eleana Ilade, graduate Student
Prof. Weiner discussing with (from left to right) Ms. Ilade, Dr. Charaf, Ms. Hildebrandt, Dr. Jankowsky and Dr. Karkanas the stratigraphy of the section at the background.
Dr. Karkanas, Prof. Weiner and some participants in front of the FTIR. From left to right, Dr. Charaf, Mr. Stein, Ms. Hildebrandt, Dr. Karkanas, Prof. Weiner, Dr. Jankowsky and Ms. Klesner.
Prof. Weiner, Dr. Boaretto, Dr. Karkanas and some participants recording the temperature around an experimental fire. From left to right: Prof. Weiner, Ms. Klesner, Dr. Jankowsky, Dr. E. Boaretto, Dr. Karkanas and Ms. Sevastakis.