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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools

Anthropology (83/- )

Bioanthropology (62/- )

Classical Archaeology (135/- )

Classical archaeology is the archaeological investigation of the great Mediterranean civilizations o

Data Visualization (3D, Animation, etc) (41/- )

Ethnographic (52/- )

Experimental (8/- )

Forensic (46/- )

Geoarchaeology (64/- )

Geophysics (52/- )

GIS (66/- )

Historic Archaeology (267/- )

Nautical (57/- )

Prehistoric & Historic Archaeology (177/- )

Prehistoric Archaeology (259/- )

Historic Archaeology

Rock art (20/- )

Volunteer (124/- )

Zooarchaeology (44/- )

US – Colorado – Adams State College Archaeology Field School - 2011

Deadline
2011-06-10

The field school focuses primarily on the excavation of an historic site, but includes training in all basic archaeological skills applicable to prehistoric and historic sites. The site is a 19th century frontier military outpost.

US/Pacific - Hawaii - Plantation Heritage of Hawaii

Deadline
2010-06-16

The 20th annual University of Hawai‘i Preservation Field School will be held on the islands of Oahu and Hawaii. Working closely with local communities, historians and cultural resource managers, students will be introduced to techniques for documenting the historic sites and cultural landscapes of Hawaii’s plantation heritage. The project is field intensive, but will include significant input, including lectures and demonstrations, from leading experts in the field of historic preservation.

US/Pacific - Moku`ula

US/Pacific - Moku`ula

Deadline
2010-04-01

The scared and political center of Moku`ula is the most important site on Maui - and arguably in all of Hawaii. A man-made island, Moku`ula sits in the center of what was once a 17+ acre wetland known as Loko Mokuhinia.
Home to Maui royalty for over 400 years, the site was usurped by Hawaii Island chief, Kamehameha the Great after his successful campaign to unite the Hawaiian Islands. The site is also home to the Akua Mo`o, Kihawahine. Half-woman, half-dragon, Kihawahine lives in a grotto beneath Moku`ula. One of the most powerful deities in the Hawaiian pantheon, Kihawahine is associated with fresh water springs.

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