Publications

The 2013 Underwater Field School, directed by the Center's Archaeologist Peter Campbell and Coastal Ecologist Derek Smith in Saranda, is one of the articles included in the annual publication from the UNESCO regional center, the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar, Croatia.

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The 2013 Underwater Field School, directed by the Center's own Derek Smith and Peter Campbell in Croatia and Montenegro, is included in the annual publication Submerged Heritage from the UNESCO regional center, the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology in Zadar, Croatia.

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Evan Bozanic, a student in the Center's 2012 Scientific Diving Course, is featured in the Winter edition of Diver's Alert Network Alert Diver magazine. Last year, Evan became the youngest diver to complete dives on every continent!

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The Center's Executive Director, Auron Tare, is interviewed in the January 24th 2012 issue of Gazeta Shqiptare. In this article he discusses the implications of privatizing the oversight of national cultural monuments.

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Last years' expedition to dive the Blue Eye spring is featured in the August 14th 2011 edition of Mapo magazine.

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The August 7th 2011 edition of Mapo has this two page special section on the biology and ecology of organisms found along the southern Albanian coastline. Photographers Derek Smith and Howard Phoenix (Albanian Center for Marine Research and RPM Nautical Foundation) provided pictures and content for the article.

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Recent discoveries along the southern Albanian coastline were featured on the cover and in a full-length article in the March/April 2011 issue of Archaeology magazine.

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After the 2007 discovery and subsequent identification of the bow section of the HMS Volage, this Mapo article was published. With the history of the vessel and details about the discovery, a new interpretation of the Corfu Channel Incident is presented.

The discovery and identification of HMS Volage was a collaborative effort between RPM Nautical Foundation, The Albanian Institute of Archaeology, and the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Mapo article was a follow-up to the previous article detailing the discovery of the bow of the HMS Volage in Albanian waters. The article contains more information on the 'Secret Documents of the Corfu Channel Incident'.

What is Nautical Archaeology?

Underwater, marine, maritime, or nautical archaeology is simply archaeology done under the water. Together with cultural and physical anthropology and linguistics, archaeology - both on land and underwater - is a subfield of the science of anthropology, the study of humankind. Basically, the tools, techniques, and products are the same no matter where one works, although different environments may require adaptations to the task at hand. But the goals are the same: understanding our past.

 

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