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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools

Australia - Archaeological Field Experience!

Archaeology Field School Location and Dates


Start Date 2010-04-12
End Date 2010-05-03



Archaeology Field School Location
South Coast, Western Australia

Archaeology Field School Tuition
Included in the fieldschool fee
Archaeology Field School Room and Board
Included in the fieldschool fee
Archaeology Field School Travel
Included in the fieldschool fee
Additional Information on Tution/Room and Board/Travel Costs
AUD$3500

Archaeology Field School Description


 
ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE!April 12th – May 3rd 2010(Gabbie Kylie Foundation, National Trust of Australia (W.A.))
What you will do!

Archaeological survey of Cape Arid National Park
Mapping of stone arrangements
Artefact identification, recording and analysis
Archaeological mapping and survey at the complex heritage place – Tooklejenna (Israelite Bay, east of Esperance)
Historical archaeological recording of 1800s cottage
Archaeological Survey at Woody Island
Weed and pest control for Island conservation
Maritime Archaeology Workshops and Experiences

COORDINATORS: Doc Reynolds (Cultural liaison and logistics)David Guilfoyle (Archaeologist, Applied Archaeology Australia) Ross Anderson (Maritime Archaeologist, WA Maritime Museum) Kevin Hollar (USA Surveyor)
COST: Cost is $3,500 per person and includes accommodation, food, and equipment for the field school. 
Note:  Participants must find their own way to and from Esperance.

SCHEDULE: Arrive in Esperance for cultural awareness and field school workshop on the first day then travel by 4WD bus along the coast to various locations with the Traditional Owner community and specialists.  All camping equipment and food is provided.  Experience the amazing coastline, islands, and outback woodland while learning skills in archaeological survey, mapping, excavation, GPS navigation and recording, stone artefact analysis, community engagement, and land care.
Please contact the programme coordinator if you would like to arrange course credit from your institution.   David Guilfoyle: davidg@appliedarchaeology.com.au
Visit the Fieldschool website for any additional information and the registration form: http://www.naturalheritage.org.au/April-May_2010.html

Archaeology Field School Additional Information








Directors and Instructors
Doc Reynolds (Cultural liaison and logistics)
David Guilfoyle (Archaeologist, Applied Archaeology Australia)
Ross Anderson (Maritime Archaeologist, WA Maritime Museum)
Kevin Hollar (USA Surveyor)







Archaeology Field School Contact Information and Website

Field School Website: http://www.naturalheritage.org.au/April-May_2010.html

Field School Contact Information



David Guilfoyle

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Field School Contact Website: http://www.appliedarchaeology.com.au


  
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