The Society for Humanitarian Archaeological
Research and Exploration
Who We Are
SHARE explores the past, present and future of a land and its people
through archaeological training
Founded in 2012, SHARE seeks to actively engage young people involved in the Israeli/Palestinian conflict by providing archaeological training in the field as well as an unbiased, neutral setting in which participants may engage with the past, the present, and with one another on their own terms.
We maintain that archaeology can provide a unique opportunity for meaningful dialogue, precisely because of the often contested position it occupies in the socio-political arena. What is more, the highly physical, complicated, and goal-oriented nature of archaeological fieldwork requires cooperation and teamwork, attributes that foster camaraderie and the creation of meaningful, lasting relationships.