The BAKOTA team during the June 2013 excavations. Gábor Bácsmegi is an Archaeologist at the Munkácsy Mihály Museum in Békéscsaba. He specializes in the reconstruction of ancient environments and the Neolithic of southeastern Europe. Gustavo Cerquera Benjumea is a Toronto-based digital media and animation instructor at OCAD and Brock University. He specializes in computer animation, installation, and drawing. His work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally. Webpage:www.gustavocerquera.com Paul R. Duffy is Canadian Co-Director, and founder of the BAKOTA project. He is a Research Associate at the Field Museum in Chicago and lectures at the University of Toronto. He specializes in the European Bronze Age, spatial analysis, and sociocultural change in middle-range societies….
The Bronze Age Körös Off-Tell Archaeological (BAKOTA) Field School: Undergraduate Training in Fieldwork and Independent Research Reporting in European Archaeology is a summer program sponsored by Quinnipiac University and the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates Site program (Award N0. 1460820). Field School dates: July 3-August 16, 2018 During this six week program, selected undergraduate students will: 1) work with an international research team while they analyze archaeological material, 2) participate in seminars and workshops taught by experts on archaeological method and theory and the cultural history of Eastern Europe, 3) visit museums and archaeological sites, 4) plan and complete an independent research project with a faculty mentor,…
This newspaper article describes research at the Jégvermi-kert site during an interview with BAKOTA Hungarian co-director Györgyi Parditka and Lászlo Paja.
An article about Quinnipiac students Justine Tynan and Lauren Tosti and their work on the BAKOTA project.
A 5 minute video in “Békés Matrix”, covering excavations at Békés Jégvermi-kert during the 2011 season.