Hoi An Underwater Archaeology Field School, Vietnam

Hoi An Underwater Archaeology Field School, Vietnam

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The Institute of Archaeology in Hanoi will be hosting a 4-week underwater archaeology field school at Hoi An in Vietnam from Monday 15 June 2015 until Friday 10 July 2015. The field school is supported and funded by SEAMEO SPAFA and the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands (RCE). Trainers will include Dr. Mark Staniforth (Flinders University), Sally May (WA Museum), Dr. Jun Kimura (Tokai University), Martijn Manders (RCE), Dr. Le Thi Lien (IA) and Ian McCann. One of the main aims is to develop awareness of, and capacity building in, Vietnamese and South East Asian maritime and underwater archaeology and the management investigation and protection of maritime and underwater cultural heritage. Regular updates will be placed on the Vietnam Maritime Archaeology Project Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vietnam-Maritime-Archeology-Project/308532315956425

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Dr Jun Kimura at Cu Lao Cham in 2014 (photo by Mark Staniforth)

For more information about the Field School and future opportunities contact [email protected]

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