From its inception and in its early years, the Joukowsky Institute has prioritized its many field projects around the world. The Institute’s predecessor, the Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, also boasted an active fieldwork history, with work at several sites in Italy (such as La Muculufa, Satrianum and Ustica) and on Corfu.  Important projects have also been run out of Brown University’s Departments of Anthropology, Egyptology and Assyriology, and History of Art and Architecture.

Recent projects include:

Apollonia-Arsuf, Israel
Adjunct Assistant Professor Katharina Galor, co-director, a joint project with the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University.

 

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Brown University Petra Archaeological Project, Jordan
Susan E. Alcock, director
 

 

Greene Farm Archaeology Project, Warwick, RI
Krysta Ryzewski and Caroline Frank, co-directors

 

The Landscape Succession Project, Guatemala
Stephen D. Houston, Thomas G. Garrison, and Timothy Beach, directors

 

Pantelleria

Pantelleria Excavation Project, off the South coast of Sicily
Carrie Murray, Dottore Sebastiano Tusa (Soprintendente, Beni Culturali ed Ambientali di Trapani), Leonardo Abelli (ARES Ricerche e Servici per l'Archeologia), co-directors

 

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Petra, The Great Temple, Jordan
Professor Emeritus Martha Joukowsky, director, under the auspices of the Jordanian Department of Antiquities

 

Piedras Negras Project, Guatemala
Stephen D. Houston, director
 

 

Sierra del Lacandon Regional Archaeology Project, Guatemala
Andrew Scherer, Charles Golden, and Ana Lucia Arroyave, co-directors

 

Tongobriga, Portugal
Professor Emeritus Rolf Winkes, Director of the Brown excavation, in collaboration with the Instituto de Gestão do Património Arquitectónico e Arqueológico (IGESPAR), an agency of the Portuguese Ministry of Culture

 

Vorotan Project, Southern Armenia
Professor John F. Cherry, director with Armen Tonikyan and Mrktich Zardaryan, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan

 

Yalburt Yaylasi Archaeological Landscape Research Project, Turkey
Őműr Harmanşah, director