INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY

Founded in 1959, the Institute is dedicated to research in Armenian archaeology, ethnography, folklore, anthropology, and ethno-sociology. Engaging in archaeological excavations and the collection of ethnographic and folklore materials, the Institute plays a vital role in preserving and understanding Armenia’s cultural heritage. Regular publications provide insights into its ongoing activities and findings.

Typical Volunteer Tasks: Tasks at the Institute involve assisting with archaeological excavations and conducting research. Volunteers contribute their time and efforts to support the Institute’s fieldwork and academic endeavors, supporting the advancement of knowledge in these disciplines.

May 8, 2020