The Hawaiian people built a rock enclosure in a shallow depression in a volcanic ridge in the mountains above Kapolei, in an area now known as Pālehua.
This course is a cross-disciplinary exploration of Cultural Heritage on a global and local scale through discussion, debate, in-class activities and team-based research projects.
The Lifeways of Ancient Africans offers an overview of the archaeological heritage of Africa, from the emergence of modern humans to the beginnings of European colonization.
Prehistoric Art, a UC Berkeley course by Professor Tim Gill, examines prehistoric imagery and objects of “art” and addresses the question: can our modern mind grasp their real meaning?
This Digital Documentation in Archaeology Syllabus was a collaboration between CoDA, the Presidio of San Francisco, and MACTiA of UC Berkeley.
These peer-reviewed articles on Digital Preservation have been published by current and former CoDA employees and board members
This Digital Museum Collections Syllabus is a collaboration between CoDA, the Hearst Museum, and the Near Eastern Studies Department of UC Berkeley.