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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools

Caribbean - Grenada - Archaeology and Cultural Heritage in the Caribbean - 2014

Caribbean - Grenada - Archaeology and Cultural Heritage in the Caribbean - 2014

Archaeology Field School Location and Dates

Application Deadline
2014-03-15
Start Date 2014-07-21
End Date 2014-08-15



Archaeology Field School Location

Carriacou, Grenada, West Indies

Archaeology Field School Tuition and Credits

Sponsoring College/Institution

University of Oregon


Academic Credit

12 (4 classes, 3 credits each)


Archaeology Field School Tuition

$4825 - University of Oregon students
$5075 - non-UO students


Archaeology Field School Room and Board

Accommodations included in program fee. Board ~$600 total


Archaeology Field School Travel
$1200
Additional Information on Tution/Room and Board/Travel Costs

travel and board costs are estimates and will vary depending on origin of departure

Archaeology Field School Description


Highlights

Learn the prehistory and history of a small island in the southern Caribbean from both a practical, hands-on approach and in the classroom, with specialists from around the world.

Excavate at the two oldest archaeological sites on the island – Grand Bay and Sabazan.

Visit archaeologically and culturally significant sites, including petroglyphs, an early-1700s French fort, windmills, locations where Cuban forces fought against the US in the 1983 coup, and an organic chocolate factory.

Participate in ethnographic research focused on cultural heritage management.

Take scheduled weekend trips to hike nature trails and travel to offshore islands and remote beaches.

Professors Scott M. Fitzpatrick and Phil Scher in the Department of Anthropology will co-direct the program in conjunction with Dutch, British, and Carriacouan participants.

Archaeology Field School Additional Information

Archaeology Field School Type

Prehistoric archaeology, cultural heritage management


Time Period

AD 400 - present.


Field School Setting/Conditions

The program will take place primarily on the small island of Carriacou, with brief stays on Grenada. On-site activities will focus on two archaeological sites (Grand Bay and Sabazan) on Carriacou; laboratory activities with our partner, the Carriacou Historical Society Museum; and ethnographic research on both Carriacou and Grenada.


How is the project area accessed each day

Access is by bus


What is the daily schedule for the field school

M-F (7-12; 2-5)
Weekend field trips


Number of years this Archaeology Field School has been in operation
7

Directors and Instructors

Dr. Scott M. Fitzpatrick
Dr. Phil Scher


Specialized skills you will have the opportunity to learn

mapping, excavating, cataloging, human burial recovery, ethnographic research, critical heritage management


On rain days will there be lab work?

Yes


Will there be additional organized activities?

Yes


Will there be additional organized activities?

Yes (Wednesday afternoons/early evenings)


Is travel restriced during free time?

No



Archaeology Field School Contact Information and Website



Field School Contact Information



http://international.uoregon.edu/node/1053



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