Bringing the past to the present
The Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology is a research unit within the Department of Classics at the University of California, Berkeley. By means of teaching, field research, archival work, and public service we provide students with opportunities for active participation in the discipline of classical archaeology and we support their individual research projects with primary and secondary materials. We also strive to maintain a strong and ever-evolving teaching/mentoring program in classical archaeology.
Currently, our work includes archaeological excavation in Greece, close-study of artifacts in on-site archaeological museums, digital archive work on campus, and various related research projects in Nemea (Greece) and its surrounding areas.
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Archaeological Field School
Every summer The Nemea Center for Classical Archaeology offers a field school for undergraduate students with an interest in archaeology. No previous experience in archaeology is required – only a strong desire to learn and dig! Application season is currently OPEN.
Donate to the Nemea Center
All the work of the Nemea Center, including staff support, is financed solely through donations.