|The URI archaeology group is an interdisciplinary experiment, made up of faculty members from a number of departments throughout the Kingston and Bay campuses. We welcome your input and involvement.
To learn about the members of the URI Archaeology Group, click the Who are we link to the left. If you are interested in joining us, click the Contact us link.
On the right you will find links to some of the ongoing projects (both foreign and domestic) being conducted by members of the URI archaeology group. For a more complete list, click the Active Projects link to the left. f you are interested in joining any of these projects, please contact the appropriate project director.
The Articles & news links section of the site contains information from academic papers and mainstream news about the work going on at URI or by URI archaeology group members.
The URI Archaeology Group has a Google Discussion Group. Click HERE to join the group, and to get updates on current issues and offerings in archaeology at URI.
two-part workshop series titled, Who owns underwater cultural heritage? Perspectives on archaeological law and ethics in the Mediterranean, was convened at Brock University in St Catharines, Ontario (22-25 October 2009) and at the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (26-28 March 2010). Over the course of the two sessions, this document emerged through consensus of the participants to reflect principles and best practices for underwater archaeology and the stewardship of underwater cultural heritage. Click HERE to download a copy of this document.