This is a list of the projects I have been involved with. Many of the descriptions pull directly from the project websites and I highly encourage you to check each one out!
The Tao River Archaeological Project investigates technological changes in Northwest China during the late Neolithic period and the Bronze Age along the Tao River in Gansu Province, China. It is a collaborative project between the Gansu Provincial Institute of Archaeology and Harvard University.
At the time I went, the field school was run through the Institute for Field Research and the Irish Archaeology Field School. Now, students can attend the Blackfriary Archaeology Field School (BAFS). The Dominican friary of St. Mary of the Assumption was founded in 1263, and suppressed by Henry VIII in 1542. During the 1750s it was taken down for building stone. Since 2010 archaeological excavations at the Black Friary have helped to clarify the outline of several of the friary buildings, investigate burials practices at the site, examine medieval agricultural practices to the east of the friary buildings, and locate the boundary between the friary and the town.