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The 2015 Field School in Maritime Archaeology is an ongoing research expedition conducted in Bermuda by faculty of the University of Rhode Island. Participants come from the University of Rhode Island and from other colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada. The field school is a research-based learning experience that exposes students to [E]
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Today marks the Museum of Underwater Archaeology?s fourth and final release of papers and posters from the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage. This brings this collection to a total of 84 papers, 18 videos, and 6 posters. Today?s releases include: Session 13: Maritime and Underwater Archaeology of the Indian Ocean Region (organizer: Sila [E]
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New Asia-Pacific Conference Papers Posted Tue, 29 Jul 2014 13:22:43 +0000

Today the Museum of Underwater Archaeology releases the third of four sets of papers from the proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage. 20 papers and 4 videos or written interviews by session organizers describe the various sessions and concerns faced in the field. Today?s sessions include: Session 9: History and Current [E]
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Today the Museum of Underwater Archaeology releases an additional twenty eight papers and four videos from the proceedings of the 2014 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage. Introductory videos by session organizers describe the reasons for convening their panels and their hopes for future research paths. The sessions featured this week include: Session 5: [E]
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On 15 July 2014 the online Museum of Underwater Archaeology (MUA) launched the electronic version of the proceedings from the 2014 Asia-Pacific Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage held in Honolulu, Hawaii in May. One of the great things about this conference is its organizersG dedication to making the papers freely available online. A small team [E]

The Museum of Underwater Archaeology is proud to announce the launch of the online proceedings for the 2014 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage. This impressive collection will include over 100 papers, video interviews, and posters all freely available online. Today we are releasing the conference introduction and papers from the first four of [E]
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The MUA is pleased to announce the launch of its seventh full exhibit: The Search for Underwater Sites from the French and Indian War. This exhibit reviews the underwater archaeology studies of Lake George's "Sunken Fleet of 1758" conducted by Bateaux Below from 1987 to 2011, as well as earlier fieldwork undertaken by other research [E]
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The second Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii this May. Online registration is now available. Please see the conference website for additional details. Conference Website: Registration Website:

NOAA today released for public comment a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) and proposed rule for expanding the boundaries of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron from its current 448 square miles to 4,300 square miles. The proposed expansion is based on several years of research by NOAA and its scientific partners as [E]
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New Quarterly Newsletter: ACUA Student Mon, 06 May 2013 20:37:25 +0000

New Quarterly Newsletter: ACUA Student The student representatives for the ACUA are now releasing a quarterly newsletter ACUA Student geared toward all underwater archaeology students, undergraduate or graduate! These newsletters will contain great information on current student research, upcoming conferences, field school opportunities, and ways to advance your professional career.
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The Illyrian Coastal Exploration Program would like to invite individuals interested in Mediterranean archaeology to apply for the 2013 underwater sciences field school. Set along the beautiful Dalmatian coast from July 8-21, the course spends one week each in Croatia and Montenegro. The field school is hosted by the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in [E]
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The letters nagged at me like a persistent hint from the past. IGd first encountered them among my fatherGs papers as I researched my book, The Man Who Thought Like a Ship. They pertained to a ship model heGd built in the 1950s of an ancient Egyptian vessel. The model left home before I was [E]
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CURATOR FOR EDUCATION AND VOLUNTEERS for the world?s largest collection of US Navy historic ships. Battleship Cove (southeastern Massachusetts) is seeking an experienced, dynamic professional to lead all educational initiatives and supervise expanding education programs. Candidate should possess a creative and enthusiastic personality to rejuvenate and supervise our successful Overnight Camping Program, coordinate volunteers, as [E]
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In 1900 the Royal Navy signed a contract to build five ?Holland? class submarines. Entering service in 1903, these experimental boats were the Royal Navy?s first submarines, and over the next decade proved the value of the submarine as a weapon of war. Developments in technology rendered the ?Hollands? obsolete and they were either sold [E]

MUA Ebay Fund Raising Event! Tue, 23 Oct 2012 13:30:34 +0000

ItGs time for the annual MUA fund raising ebay event! Get your Christmas shopping done early and help the MUA continue to support underwater archaeology public outreach around the world. Please visit our ebay page and treat yourself to some off the wall clothing and books. WeGre adding new items all the time so check [E]

SHA Tech Week: Underwater and Public Archaeology Tue, 18 Sep 2012 19:22:51 +0000

ItGs Tech Week for the SHA blog about underwater and public archaeology. WeGre very pleased to be a part of this with the lead off article. You can read all posts here:

WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.) introduced legislation recently that would amend the R.M.S. Titanic Maritime Memorial Act of 1986 to protect the wreck site of the Titanic from salvage and intrusive research. ?We?re closing in on one hundred years this month since the tragic sinking of the Titanic that has captured the interest [E]
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Faced with imminent destruction, the junk will be saved. More than four years after I launched efforts to save the Free China, and nearly 57 years after his historic trans-Pacific crossing from Taiwan to San Francisco, the junk will make its return trip to Taiwan later this spring, where it will be preserved as an [E]
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The Women Divers Hall of Fame is currently accepting applications for the Cecelia Connelly Scholarship for Underwater Archaeology, as well as 9 other training grants, to assist women divers in expanding their academic efforts and diving skills. Appplications are due by Novemebr 15. For more informaiton about all of the schlarships and training grants please [E]

The folks at the Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage have sent out their September press release. This monthGs release contains an interview with Dr. Emad Khalil, Director of the Center for Maritime Archaeology and Underwater Cultural Heritage in Alexandria Egypt. You can read the interview here. For more information on the upcoming conference [E]
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