INA Webinars

From time to time INA offers the “Wednesday Webinar” in which archaeologists and directors of INA-supported projects deliver online presentations featuring their recent research.  The Wednesday Webinars are open to everyone, and we encourage you to consult INA’s Facebook page or this webpage to learn about upcoming webinar presentations.

INA Webinars are recorded only with the permission of the presenter(s); check out these past INA Wednesday Webinars!

The Sloop Boscawen and the King’s Shipyard:
Mid-18th Century Shipwrecks in Lake Champlain

The sloop Boscawen was built during the Seven Years’ War as part of a British campaign to counter the French presence in the Champlain Valley. Using Boscawen as a focal point, this presentation explores how colonial shipwrights designed, built, and rigged early sailing vessels for use on Lake Champlain and how Boscawen’s hull construction compares to other watercraft built in northeastern North America during the eighteenth century.

The Cape Gelidonya Shipwreck:
Old Ship, New Methods

The Late Bronze Age shipwreck at Cape Gelidonya, Turkey, where George Bass started it all in 1960, keeps on giving. Seven members of the current research team briefly present what they are learning from the discoveries made on the seabed in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2010, and in the laboratories by means of scientific and 3D analysis.

Upcoming Webinars

If you have ideas or suggestions for an upcoming INA Webinar, send them to us at info@nauticalarch.org

September 2021

  • INA Affiliated Scholar Jeremy Green, “Modeling the 17th-century frigate Santo Antonio de Tanna

October 2021

  • Carlos de Juan, “Revisiting the Fourth-Century BC Shipwreck at El Sec, Mallorca”