SOAS Programme in Southeast Asian Art History, 27 July – 2 August 2017. Applications close March 15.
Applications are open for the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Field School in Koh Ker, scheduled for December.
Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Archaeological Field School 2015
02-22 Dec 2015
Applications are being sought from students interested in pursuing a three week intensive program focused on culture, heritage and archaeology in Cambodia. The Field School will begin in Phnom Penh and conclude in Singapore. Students will participate in lectures, field training (survey, excavations, local respondent interviews), analysis, and site visits. Students will produce a final report and group presentation. Partial lodging and travel subsidies will be provided for 10 applicants (subject to change).
Applicants for the Field School should be enrolled in a postgraduate program or be in their final year of undergraduate study. Preferred fields of specialization include: archaeology, anthropology, heritage and culture, history, art history, and museum studies. Applicants should be citizens of East Asia Summit (EAS) countries. The 18 East Asia Summit countries are: Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United States, and Vietnam. Language of instruction: English.
Full details here.
A Research Experience for Undergraduate scholarship is available for US citizens/permanent residents to join in a field school at the Ifugao highlands in the Philippines. Application deadline is 15 March 2015.
More details here.
The University of Washington in conjunction with Silpakorn University and the Fine Arts Department of Thailand is organising a field school in Krabi, Thailand in July-August. The Field School is also open to non-University of Washington Students. For details see here (closing date 6 February 2015).
An opportunity for museum professionals in Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam to get training in museum conservation techniques.
In co-operation with the German Archaeological Institute, the German Apsara Conservation Project and the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz, the GCCS organizes 6-weeks-courses for two participants per course in restoration and conservation of archaeological objects. During the first 5 weeks, the participants get to know the basics in bronze, iron and ceramic conservation in the lab of the Memot Centre. The leading teacher is Ms Seng Sonetra assisted by Mr Tuy Sophea. Then the participants change to Angkor Vat where the team of Prof. Hans Leisen gives a 1-week introduction in stone conservation techniques.
More details here.
Interested in a field school opportunity? The University of Guam is conducting a field school in the Ifugao Highlands of the Philippines this year. Application deadline is Feb 20.
University of Guam Ifugao Archaeology Field School – 2013
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The Center for Khmer Studies is offering fellowships for its Summer Junior Fellowship Program for American, Cambodian (and presumably French) undergraduates. The link on the website is provides information for American undergraduates who are eligible for the fellowship; Cambodian undergraduates are also eligible for this fellowship and the information is available after the jump. The fellowship is presumably open to French students as well, although I can’t find any information about that at the moment.
Summer Junior Resident Fellowship Program in Cambodia for U.S. citizens (2012)
Center for Khmer Studies
Deadline 11 April 2012
See details here.
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From the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, an opportunity for Southeast Asian Archaeologists to train in an underwater archaeology fieldwork project in Australia:
The Australian Historic Shipwreck Protection Project
Location: Port Philip Bay, Victoria, Australia
Dates: 16 April – 11 May 2012
Deadline for submission: 24 February 2012
Registration details here.
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The Straits Times’ coverage of the Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre Field School. I’ve been hanging out with the participants this past week and today we are on a field trip to some of the local museums. Posts on that in a few days!
New programme brings SE Asia’s young archaeologists together
The Straits Times, 30 January 2012
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