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Shipwreck Weekend 2024

Posted March 28, 2024

The Nautical Archaeology Program’s annual open house returns Saturday, April 13th! This year, we are honored to welcome Dr. Jennifer McKinnon from ECU as our guest speaker. Dr. McKinnon has a background in historical and maritime archaeology and cultural heritage management. She has worked in the US, Australia, the Pacific, and Europe on sites ranging […]

Public Lecture by Virginia State Underwater Archaeologist Brendan Burke

Posted November 13, 2023

On Wednesday, November 15, come see Virginia State Underwater Archaeologist Brendan Burke’s public lecture “A Commonwealth of Maritime Archaeology; The Underwater Archaeology Program at the Virginia Department of Historic Resources.” The lecture will be from 12:20-1:30pm in Room 237 of Texas A&M’s Anthropology Building. Lunch will be provided.


Where In the World are our Former Students?

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    Nicolle Hirschfeld

    Working at Uluburun and earning my M.A. through NAP have been fundamental to shaping my person and career -- in terms of academic identity, knowledge, skills, and professional relationships -- and privileging me with adventures and memories and friends for a lifetime.

Nautical Archaeology Program
Department of Anthropology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-4352 USA

Deborah Carlson, Program Coordinator

Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77841-5137 USA

Chris Dostal, Director

Conservation Research Laboratory
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-4352 USA
Phone: (979) 862-7791
Fax: (979) 845-6399

Chris Dostal, Director

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