Any classical archaeologists?
Post ID#13422 - replied 3/20/2009 9:50 PM
I suppose the first question I must ask you is were either of your parents born in a European Union country?
If not, your best bet to work in Classical Archaeology is through academic circles. I am not certain how it is in Italy but I know in Greece it is virtually impossible to break into archaeology, even if you are Greek.
If so, I would apply for dual citizenship.
I would suggest finding a Masters program that best fits your primary interest in Classical Archaeology.
Post ID#13490 - replied 3/25/2009 12:47 PM
Post ID#13494 - replied 3/25/2009 2:10 PM
Post ID#13516 - replied 3/26/2009 8:35 AM
I hope this information helps you
Post ID#13524 - replied 3/26/2009 1:11 PM
What branch of archaeology is your degree in and how long have you been doing archaeology?
Post ID#13531 - replied 3/26/2009 7:25 PM
I'm working as archaeologist since 2003, but not only in this branch, also in prehistoric (Paleolithic), Roman, medieval, modern and contemporary sites.
Post ID#17400 - replied 2/24/2010 8:33 AM
I'm in the same boat as you only I've opted to not pursue a PhD at this time. I'm finishing up my MA in bioarchaeology with an emphasis on roman archaeology. Like you, I love all things Europe but especially Italian/roman. It is my dream to work in Italy as an archaeologist but I am having trouble meeting the right people and making the right connections.
Post ID#17416 - replied 2/28/2010 6:29 AM
Post ID#17429 - replied 3/2/2010 12:47 PM