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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools
ShovelBums 2016 Comprehensive Archaeology and Anthropology Field School Directory

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Asia / Pacific / Australia, Canada / North America, Central / South America / Caribbean / Atlantic, Europe / Mediterranean, Middle East/Africa

Type (886/17 )

Anthropology, Bioanthropology, Classical Archaeology, Data Visualization (3D, Animation, etc), Ethnographic ...

Africa - Egypt - Fayum Archaeological Project - 2012

Africa - Egypt - Fayum Archaeological Project - 2012

Deadline
2012-10-01

The Fayum Field School will excavate the well-preserved, Greco-Roman town of Karanis. Students will work with training Egyptian archaeologists as well.

Africa - Egypt - Fayum Archaeological Project, Egypt - 2012

Africa - Egypt - Fayum Archaeological Project, Egypt - 2012

Deadline
2012-04-01

The 2012 field school will concentrate on the Greco-Roman town of Karanis, founded in the third century BCE and abandoned during the seventh century CE.

Africa - Egypt - Giza Plateau Mapping Project (GPMP), Egypt Archaeological Field Training - 2016

Deadline
2015-05-31

Archaeological field training at the Giza Pyramids in Egypt. This intensive five-week field-study program, takes place at the Old Kingdom settlement site of Heit el-Ghurab, as part of Ancient Egypt Research Associates' multi-disciplinary archaeological project. The program provides five academic credits awarded by the American University in Cairo.

Africa - Egypt - Tell el-Amarna Field School in Archaeological Geophysics - 2012

Africa - Egypt - Tell el-Amarna Field School in Archaeological Geophysics - 2012

Deadline
2012-10-01

Tell el-Amarna is the sacred city built by the Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten. Students will use the latest non-invasive archaeological technology to investigate this ancient Egyptian capital.

Africa - Eritrea - Unesco Field School Of Archaeology At Adulis (Eritrea) - 2012

Deadline
2012-08-20

The Adulis Project aims to bring to light the ancient city of Adulis, Eritrea, one of the most important ports of the ancient Red Sea. The project was commissioned by the Eritrean government and involving the Centre for Research on the Eastern Desert (Ce.R.D.O.) and the Centre for Geotechnologies of the University of Siena, in addition to the scientific advice of the Eritrean National Museum of Archaeology. The archeological site of Adulis is located about 5 km from the southwest coast of the Red Sea and 60 km south of the city of Massawa, near the river Haddas. Adulis is cited by the classical and late antique literary sources as the main commercial port in south-western coast of the Red Sea. Little is known about both the origins of the city, perhaps to be placed in the proto-Aksumite age, both for its decline, perhaps linked to the Arab invasions of the VII century AD. The research conducted so far have identified stages in the archaeological site of between I and VII century AD.

Africa - Ethiopia - Shire Field School - 2016

Deadline
2016-11-01

Located in the Shire region of Northern Ethiopia, this field school will allow students the opportunity to excavate a site which is virtually unexplored. The site, the region, and its complex cultural heritage, provide important information on the sub-Saharan counterpart of the Greco-Roman world. This societies economic base of agriculture and trade resulted in close contact with the North, and an adoption of early Christianity. The Shire Archeological Project concession comprises of extensive ancient remains dating from the prehistoric to the medieval period. It includes two large sites, Mai Adrasha and Mezaber Adi Menaber. During the 2016 season, students will work in Mai Adrasha, a site under thereat of destruction due to continuing panning of natural gold by the local population.

Africa - Ghana - Ghana Field School 2011

Deadline
2011-03-01

ARCH 417/627 (undergraduate and graduate levels)
Ethnographic Field Methods and Techniques:
The course will expose students to rural and urban life in a developing country setting while introducing them to ethnographic and other forms of research. There will be 7 days of lectures in Accra and 19 days in field (Dept. of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, University of Ghana).

Africa - Kenya - Koobi Fora Field School

Africa - Kenya - Koobi Fora Field School

Deadline
2010-05-28

So you want to dig up ancient bones and artifacts in Africa this summer? Well, the National Museums of Kenya, in collaboration with Rutgers U's Program of Human Evolutionary Studies in the Department of Anthropology and the Rutgers Study Abroad program, offer a unique opportunity at a summer field school in Koobi Fora, Kenya, where you'll do just that and a whole lot more.

Come and join us in Northern Kenya for the premier Paleoanthropology Field School in the world! Explore our new focus on Primatology meets Paleoanthropology - new field projects and exciting new visiting professors promise to make this upcoming field school better then ever.

Africa - Kenya - Turkana Basin Institute Origins Field School - 2016

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The Turkana Basin Institute is proud to offer, through Stony Brook University, unique full-semester and summer field school programs in the world-famous Turkana Basin of northern Kenya. The programs address the place that humans occupy in the natural world and how we came to occupy that place. Participants gain hands-on experience in field survey and excavation methods, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, taphonomy and more, and will take field trips to important paleontological and archaeological sites, diverse ecological settings, and remarkable geological features throughout the Turkana Basin.

Africa - Lesotho - Sehonghong Field School - 2015

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Sehonghong is a rockshelter, used for tens of thousands of years in diverse ways, in the Maloti-Drakensberg Mountains of Lesotho, southern Africa. Students will join current work at Sehonghong, part of a larger comparative project entitled, Adaptations to Marginal Environments in the Middle Stone Age (AMEMSA). This project aims to understand how some of the world’s earliest fully modern human societies adapted to challenging African environments. The goal of the 2015 field season is to continue excavating Sehonghong, and to conduct archaeological and geomorphological surveys in the surrounding area. This field school will run from May 7th to June 10th.

Africa - Senegal - Bandafassi Field School 2016

Deadline
2016-04-22

The goal of the Bandafassi Historical Landscape Project (BHLP) is to study such processes and identify the temporal and cultural changes the region experienced and that are shaping it today. The BHLP 2016 field school will undertake an archaeological, anthropological, and historical study of this landscape, with particular focus on the village site of Ethiowar Ancien occupied during the 18-19th centuries CE.

Africa - Somaliland - Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights Field School in the Horn of Africa - 2015

Deadline
2015-01-01

In this 4-weeks Field School, the participants will assist in training the staff of the War Crimes Investigation Commission (WCIC) of Somaliland in forensic investigation of human rights violations. At the completion of the course, the participants will have an understanding of the application of forensic sciences to the investigation of Human Rights violations, as well as the process involved in the examination, recovery and analysis of mass graves and their contents.

Africa - Somaliland - Forensic anthropology and Human Rights: uncovering Somaliland's troubled past - 2013

Deadline
2012-11-15

At the completion of the course, the participants will have an understanding of the application of forensic sciences to the investigation of Human Rights violations, as well as the process involved in the examination, recovery and analysis of mass graves and their contents. As a norm students will spend two weeks working in the exhumation process and two weeks in the laboratory.

Africa - Somalilandia - Forensic Antropology: Uncovering Somaliland's Troubled Past - 2014

Deadline
2013-12-30

Somaliland was a part of the former Republic of Somalia. The regime of Mohammed Siad Barre carried out
massacres against the people of Somaliland. About 60,000 civilians were killed, thousands were victims of
enforced disappearance, and 500,000 individuals were displaced before the declaration of independence,
in 1991.
Now, a forensic field school in Hargeisa will help to determine the universe of missing people through a systematic
approach, ante mortem data collection and research of mass and clandestine graves.

Africa - South Africa - Steinaecker's Horse Balule - 2013

Deadline
2013-05-31

Military camp site used by the British unit Steinaecker's Horse during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)

Africa - Tanzania - Archaeology and Geology Field School at Olduvai Gorge - 2016

Deadline
2016-01-31

This program offers exciting six-week study abroad experience in Tanzania at the world’s most famous archaeological site. During this intensive field course students will learn fundamentals of geological processes and develop skills in fossil and archaeological exploration by receiving first-hand field experience including excavations, mapping stratigraphic sections and conduct archaeological experiments. Field instruction will take students to nearby Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti where their diverse savanna ecosystems provide important modern analogs for understanding the relationship between the Earth’s systems, cultural landscapes and hominin evolution in natural environments. Ngorongoro and Serengeti are world famous Safari destinations and students will experience this lifetime study safari.

Africa - Tanzania- Olduvai Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-06-17
The transition from the earliest human culture, the Oldowan, to the more sophisticated Acheulean, is one of the most significant events in the evolution of human technology. Despite the importance of this technological transition, little is known about the biological and cultural evolutionary mechanisms underlying it. Traditionally, this major cultural shift has been linked with the emergence of Homo erectus, a species defined by its much larger brain and body size, while the transformation from Oldowan simple core-and-flake technology to Acheulean handaxes was viewed as a steady progression rather than a revolutionary change. However, these assumptions are not grounded in the current available evidence, but rooted in cultural-history paradigms that are only now being tested. The Olduvai Gorge Archaeology Field School will collect fresh data on the emergence of the Acheulean at Olduvai and contribute to ongoing research being conducted by an international multidisciplinary team of researchers, the Olduvai Geochronology and Archaeology Project (OGAP).

Africa - Uganda- Ntusi Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-06-13
Ntusi is a site covering an area of more than 100 hectares, situated in the grasslands of south western Uganda. Occupied throughout the first half of the second millennium CE, Ntusi is the earliest archaeological site in the Great Lakes region of Africa demonstrating the development of centralized societies. The 2015 field school will seek to test current interpretations of the site by conducting excavation in new areas, applying new analytical techniques and exploring Ntusi’s relationship with its immediate hinterland. The main research focus will be on the northeast part of the site, which will establish the organization of space, the economic base and the date of occupation of the location. In addition to excavation, students will be involved in the recovery of palaeobotanical remains and the processing and recording of abundant assemblages of pottery and animal bone. A limited amount of field survey will be undertaken to identify sites for future investigation. Students will visit various local natural and cultural locations – such as papyrus swamps and cattle enclosures – to consider their significance in understanding the past.

Africa – Egypt –Giza Archaeological Field Training - 2013

Deadline
2013-06-30

Learn archaeology at the Giza pyramids - in an intensive eight-week field-study program, at the Old Kingdom settlement site of Heit el-Ghurab, as part of Ancient Egypt Research Associates’ muti-disciplinary archaeological team. The program provides eight academic credits awarded by American University in Cairo and will run from January 17 to March 12, 2014. Excavate for six weeks and work one week in the field laboratory. The program includes on site: excavation; site recording; survey; illustration and photography; and an introduction to bio-anthropology. In the lab and office: introduction to Archaeobotany, Archaeozoology; Ceramics, Artefact, Lithics, Mud sealings, and GIS (Geographic Information Systems). The comprehensive package covers tuition, accommodation and on-site food, tool kit and supplies, medical insurance, local transportation, and special field trips to archaeological sites in Greater Cairo.

Africa- South Africa - Spitzkloof B Field School- 2015

Deadline
2015-06-28
Spitzkloof is as series of three neighboring rockshelters in the Richtersveld region of Namaqualand, a coastal desert in the northwest corner of South Africa. Although desolate, transhumant pastoralists, the descendants of those still live here, thrived in this landscape for millennia. Our work at Spitzkloof is aimed at understanding how some of the world’s earliest fully modern human societies adapted to challenging African environments over the past 200,000 years, of the behavioral flexibility that so epitomizes our species – flexibility that enabled us to colonize the globe and in the process out-compete our less versatile archaic cousins, including the Neanderthals, Denisovans, and so-called ‘Hobbits’. The three Spitzkloof Rockshelters – designated A, B and C – form the ‘backbone’ of our research in Namaqualand. The goal of the 2015 field season is to continue excavating at Spitzkloof B and to conduct archaeological and geomorphological surveys in the surrounding area.

Argos on the Axios, an ancient Macedonian colony

Deadline
2013-09-10

The specific goal of this field research project is the survey of the entire area of the ridge called Vidin Grad in the Middle Vardar Valley, not far away from the well renowned Hellenistic and Roman town of Stobi. This site is known thanks to the work of epigraphists and archaeologists in the middle decades of the past century. It’s been tentatively related to an ancient town known from the historical sources as Argos. Because of its name, size and location it has been suggested that this settlement, along with a few other centers in the Middle Vardar Valley were colonies established by the late Antigonids (the last dynasty that ruled ancient Macedonia) in the 3rd and the first half of the 2nd century BC. However, the body of archaeological evidence available so far doesn’t allow one to reject or accept this thesis. On the site Vidin Grad in particular, research has come to a standstill over the past few decades. Earlier research mostly consisted of study of epigraphic monuments and architectural sculpture, architectural survey and unsystematic gathering of surface artifacts. The importance of this site and the poor degree of research gave the main incentive to instigate a more systematic field research. In addition we point to the fact that the site is situated in the immediate catchment of a modern village and has been attacked both by agricultural activities and illicit digging.

Asia - China - Yangguanzhai Field School - 2016

Deadline
2016-06-01

The prehistoric village of Yangguanzhai (YGZ) dates to the Middle to Late Yangshao period (4,000-3,000 BCE), and it is one of the largest of its kind. The site is located in the Jing River Valley, approximately 25 kilometers north of the ancient city of Xi’an in northwest China. YGZ has a moat, a row of cave dwellings, subterranean houses, child urn-burials, and extensive pottery kilns. In the coming 2016 season, the project will continue working in the northeast portion of the site. There are multiple possible excavations that we will undertake including: refuse pits, a potential large building and a nearby child urn burial, and the cemetery adjacent to the settlement. In order to gain a better understanding of the overall settlement system of the region, we will also conduct survey work at the nearby Neolithic sites of Manan and Huiduipo.

Asia - China- Yangguanzhai Field School - 2014

Deadline
2014-06-08

The prehistoric village of Yangguanzhai (YGZ) dates to the Middle to Late Yangshao period (4,000-3,000 BCE) and it is one of the largest of its kind. The site is located in the Jing River Valley, approximately 25 kilometers north of the ancient city of Xi’an in northwest China. YGZ has a moat, a row of cave dwellings, subterranean houses, child urn-burials, and extensive pottery kilns. During the 2014 season, the project will continue working in the northeast corner of the site. We will attempt to complete the excavation of the Neolithic refuse pits found in these units. We will investigate the depositional processes that created the pits, and we will sieve the contents and extract botanical remains through flotation. Furthermore, we will conduct ceramic analysis to learn more about the exploitation of local clay sources and the pottery production at the site. In addition, students will engage in experimental archaeology, making pottery knives as they were found in great number at the site. To gain a better understanding of the overall settlement system of the region, we will also conduct survey work at the nearby Neolithic sites of Manan and Huiduipo.

Asia - Japan - Archaeological Field Training at Rebun Island, Japan, University of Alberta - 2014

Deadline
2014-03-14

In Summer 2014, under the direction of Dr. Andrzej Weber, the Department of ANthropology, University of Alberta will be offering a 6-credit Archaeological Field School (ANTHR 396) on Rebun Island, Japan. This field school will be hosted by the Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project (BHAP), in conjunction with the University of Hokkaido, Japan. Please see the project website for more details: http://bhap.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fieldwork-2014

Asia - Japan - Archaeological Field Training at Rebun Island, Japan, University of Alberta - 2015

Deadline
2015-03-06

In Summer 2015, under the direction of Dr. Andrzej Weber, the Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta will be offering a 6-credit Archaeological Field School (ANTHR 396) on Rebun Island, Japan. This field school will be hosted by the Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project (BHAP), in conjunction with the University of Hokkaido, Japan. Please see the project website for more details: http://bhap.artsrn.ualberta.ca/fieldwork-2015

Asia - Japan - Dig Hokkaido - 2014

Deadline
2014-05-01

Help uncover clues about life 20,000 years ago during the last ice age at the Shimaki archaeological site in Hokkaido, Japan. At that time the island was connected to mainland Asia by dry land because of lower sea levels (a tremendous amount of water was locked up in glacial ice!). Join a crew of international researchers excavating one of Hokkaido’s oldest archaeological sites. As a 2014 team member, you will learn methods and techniques of modern archaeology while investigating the lives of people who inhabited Hokkaido before pottery, metal, the wheel, or farming. Walk in the footsteps of ice-age hunters of northern Japan. Enjoy the camaraderie and friendship of students from Japan and the United States in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful spots on the globe.

Asia - Japan - Dig Hokkaido 2013

Asia - Japan - Dig Hokkaido 2013

Deadline
2013-03-01

Excavate at Shimaki, one of Hokkaido's oldest archaeological sites, while earning university credit.

Asia - Mongolia - Central Mongolian Nomads Project - 2016

Asia - Mongolia - Central Mongolian Nomads Project - 2016

Deadline
2016-04-01

The Central Mongolian Nomads Project is a 17-day archaeological field school and research project conducted in Ulaanbaatar, Ar Janchivlan Valley (located in Tuv Province), and western Khentii Province. Archaeologists from the University of Chicago and the Mongolian University of Science & Technology will give lectures, lead seminars and lab practica, and provide hands-on instruction in core field methods through original research and visits to sites of archaeological significance in rural Mongolia. The field school aims to provide students of all ages and backgrounds with a rigorous, well-rounded introduction to archaeological research in Mongolia through intellectual and practical engagement with Mongolian history, prehistory, and culture. Our team of students and staff will live, learn, and adventure together for two weeks in late June and early July through the steppe, river valleys, and forested zone of Central Mongolia after three intense days of classroom learning in Ulaanbaatar. Archaeologists always conduct their field research within a specific cultural context; thus, our team will engage with individuals, communities, and institutions that have a stake in Mongolia’s cultural heritage. Our students of all ages and backgrounds will practice their new language skills with Mongolian staff, visit with a nomadic family, and attend a local naadam festival as part of their education on Mongolia.

Asia - Mongolia - Northern Mongolia Archaeology Project - 2016

Deadline
2016-03-18

Need a little adventure in your life? Interested in traveling to Mongolia? Interested in trying your hand at archaeological fieldwork? A small international team is now being assembled to conduct archaeological fieldwork in northern Mongolia from July 5th – 26th in collaboration with the National Museum of Mongolia. Applications are due by March 18th, 2016. Activities include surface survey, geophysical survey, excavation, ethnoarchaeological interviews, and artifact cleaning, cataloging and basic analysis. No experience necessary. Good attitude required. Email juliakateclark@gmail.com to request an application or go to:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/NorthernMongoliaArchaeologyProject/_2016Application

Asia - Mongolia - Northern Mongolia Archaeology Project - 2016

Deadline
2016-03-18

A small interdisciplinary, international team of Mongolian and foreign researchers will be selected to conduct archaeological research (primarily excavation, but also survey and ethnoarchaeology). No experience necessary, but interest, a good attitude and reasonable physical fitness a must! Terrain and climate are challenging, and the location is VERY remote, so general preparedness essential. No credits offered, but will work with your home institution to arrange independent study credits if necessary. Research aims: Mongolia’s mobile pastoral economy is the foundation of the national identity and primary economic strategy, a lifeway made possible with the introduction of domesticates into the area from regions to the north and west. The archaeological site of Soyo, in the Darkhad Depression of northern Mongolia, has the potential to contribute significantly to understanding questions about the archaeological history of this region. Located at the intersection of the dense forest taiga and the grass steppe-land of the basin, Soyo is uniquely positioned to facilitate interaction between hunting and herding practices. Preliminary research at the Soyo site has revealed a unique depositional history where wind-blown sand has stratified thick artifact deposits creating a one of a kind, 7,000 year continuous record of human activity. Despite being such an important part of Mongolian heritage, this site is threatened by the development of a tourist camp. It is critical that an archaeological team conduct this research at the site in the summer of 2015 as the site is actively being threatened by this development.

Asia - Mongolia - Targan Nuur Archaeology Project - 2012

Deadline
2012-02-15

This project will take place in the northernmost region of Mongolia. It is a collaboration of the University of Pittsburgh and the National Museum of Mongolia. The focus of this research is on cultural ecology, inter-regional interaction, and settlement archaeology.

Asia - Philippines - Ifugao Field School - 2016

Deadline
2016-04-22

The Ifugao Rice Terraces are UNESCO World Heritage monuments that attest to the ingenuity and communitarian management of Cordilleran people of Luzon in the Philippines. Once thought to be over 2,000 years old, our recent work has demonstrated that the upland rice field systems in the region were responses to the social and political pressure from intrusive Spanish colonization into the region starting at c. AD 1600. To determine the impacts of Spanish colonialism on Philippine highland populations, the 2015 and 2016 field seasons of the Ifugao Archaeological Project (IAP) focus on the Old Kiyyangan Village, an abandoned settlement in the town of Kiangan, Ifugao. The IAP’s primary research goals are: 1) to document highland political and economic responses to colonialism by looking at the development and expansion of the Old Kiyyangan Village; 2) to determine subsistence shifts and health and diet by examining botanical, faunal, and human skeletal remains; 3) to investigate the process of increasing social differentiation through the examination of exotic goods; and, 4) to understand how the Philippine highlands resisted Spanish colonialism by exploring settlement patterns in Ifugao.

Asia - Philippines - University of Guam Archaeological Field School in Cebu, Philippines - 2011

Deadline
2011-04-15

he University of Guam, in collaboration with the Archaeological Studies Program-University of the Philippines, the San Carlos University, and the National Museum of the Philippines, is offering a summer archaeological field school. The field school will provide participants intensive training in archaeological site excavation, mapping, and artifact analysis and interpretation as well as training in landscape analysis. The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any university, who will earn 6 University of Guam credits. The project is co-directed by Dr. Stephen Acabado, Assistant Professor, University of Guam, Dr. John Peterson, Associate Professor, University of Guam, Dr. Grace Barretto-Tesoro, Associate Professor, Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines, and Prof. Jojo Bersales, University of San Carlos Kabilin Heritage Studies Center. Dr. Acabado and Dr. Peterson will serve as the UOG Instructors of Record.

Asia - Philippines - University of Guam Archaeology Field School in Kiangan, Ifugao (Philippines) - 2012

Deadline
2012-02-28

The University of Guam Archaeological Field School in Kiangan, Ifugao introduces students to the multidisciplinary nature of landscape archaeology research, while also offering insights on relationships between human communities and their environment. The research program has eight goals: 1) to involve anthropology undergraduates from a wide range of host institution types, genders, and ethnicities; 2) introduce students to the multidisciplinary nature of landscape archaeology; 3) provide field research engagement and opportunities to students in the American Pacific; 4) provide hypothesis-driven undergraduate projects with guidance from faculty mentors and international collaborators; 5) encourage students to pursue graduate studies in Anthropological Archaeology; 6) provide students necessary training to work in historic preservation; 7) establish an ongoing research program where students will be able to collaborate with students and professors outside of UOG, and develop scientific-writing skills; and, 8) provide a meaningful field experience to undergraduate participants by directly working with Ifugao descendant communities.

Asia - Philippines - University of Guam Ifugao Archaeology Field School - 2013

Deadline
2013-02-20

The Ifugao Archaeological Project returns to the Old Kiyyangan Village, Kiangan, Ifugao and initiates investigations on the Hapao Rice Terraces Cluster, Hungduan, Ifugao. The IAP hopes to fully document an early Ifugao Village (ca. 800 years old) and contribute to heritage conservation efforts in Ifugao.

Asia - Thailand - Promtin Tai Bioarchaeology Project - 2013

Deadline
2013-03-15

Promtin Tai is an Iron Age cemetery site located in the central lowland area of Thailand. The site is on the grounds of a Buddhist temple associated with the modern village of Promtin Tai. The burials are located beneath about 2 meters of historic period deposits spanning perhaps 1500 years. Students will have the opportunity to excavate the historic area and cemetery, and will also learn how to clean and catalog skeletal material.

Asia - Thailand - UW Archaeology Field School in Thailand - 2011

Deadline
2012-04-30
he aim of this field school is to give students an opportunity to earn undergrad credits through a structured program of learning and practicing archaeological skills in a Southeast Asian field setting. The research aims of the field school are to contribute to the understanding of the coastal archaeology of peninsula Thailand by testing hypotheses about hunter-gatherer technology and substance behavior changes in response to Holocene sea level changes. We aim to teach students practical and theoretical details of detailed site recording, sample collection and scientific archaeological excavation in tropical coastal environments. We will also teach post-fieldwork skills such as laboratory analysis, reporting and curation of data.
Asia - Yangguanzhai Project, China - 2012

Asia - Yangguanzhai Project, China - 2012

Deadline
2012-06-01

Excavate the Yangguanzhai Neolithic site, one of the largest and best preserved such sites ever discovered in China.

Asia Pacific - Australia - Australian Rock Art Field School - 2013

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This field school provides the rare opportunity for students to record and understand rock art at iconic Australian archaeological sites in the Mid Murray and Riverland region of South Australia.

Asia Pacific - Australia - Introductory Archaeological Geophysics - 2013

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The field school will provide students with an understanding of the scientific principles behind a range of techniques used in archaeological prospection and the basic field operation of such techniques, as well as data processing, data interpretation and geophysical reporting

Atlantic - Bermuda - Field School in Maritime Archaeology - 2014

Deadline
2014-04-15

The Summer Field School in Maritime Archaeology is a joint research expedition conducted in Bermuda by faculty of Saint Mary's College of California and the University of Rhode Island. The field school is a research-based learning experience that will expose students to a variety of activities including archival research, artifact conservation, maritime archaeological survey, and underwater excavation and documentation of historic shipwrecks. The field school is open to all junior college, college and university students. There are no academic prerequisites and prior archaeological experience or knowledge of Bermuda is not required.

Atlantic - Bermuda - Summer Field School in Maritime Archaeology - 2012

Deadline
2012-03-30

The 2012 Field School in Maritime Archaeology is a joint, ongoing research expedition conducted in Bermuda by faculty and students of Saint Mary's College and the University of Rhode Island. The field school is a research-based learning experience that exposes students to a variety of activities including archival research, artifact conservation, archaeological survey, and underwater excavation and documentation of historic shipwrecks.

Atlantic Ocean - Bermuda - Field School in Maritime Archaeology - 2013

Deadline
2013-04-15

The 2013 Field School in Maritime Archaeology is an ongoing joint research expedition conducted in Bermuda by faculty and students of Saint Mary's College and the University of Rhode Island. The field school is a research-based learning experience that exposes students to a variety of activities including archaeological survey, underwater excavation and documentation of historic shipwrecks, archival research, and artifact conservation.

Atlantic Ocean - Bermuda - Field School in Maritime Archaeology - 2016

Deadline
2016-04-01

The Field School in Maritime Archaeology is a three-week research expedition during which students will participate in the search for, documentation, and analysis of the remains of historic ships that foundered on the reefs of Bermuda.

Atlantic Ocean - Bermuda - Field School in Underwater Archaeology - 2015

Deadline
2015-05-01

The Summer Field School in Underwater Archaeology is a research expedition conducted in Bermuda by faculty of the University of Rhode Island. The field school is a research-based learning experience that will expose students to a variety of activities including archival research, artifact conservation, archaeological survey, and underwater excavation and documentation of historic shipwrecks.

Australia - Archaeological Field Experience!

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This three week intensive applied heritage management fieldschool is based on the south-coast of Western Australia. 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.

Australia - Adelaide - Conservation Field School - 2015

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This course is an intensive introduction to materials science, deterioration processes in marine environments, pre-disturbance conservation surveys, in-situ conservation and stabilisation, recovery, initial storage, stabilisation and transportation of artefacts, and the storage and display of conserved artefacts.

Australia - Adelaide - The Museum - 2015

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The Museum intensive/short course is run by various specialists in the fields of museum curation, outreach, interpretation and conservation. It explores the depth and richness of museum collections, how objects come into collections, who collects, how objects are stored and interpreted and why they are stored into the future.

Australia - Adelaide/Remark - Archaeological Field Methods - 2015

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In 2015 the Archaeological Field Methods Field School will be held in association with the River Murray and Mallee Aboriginal Corporation and Calperum Station, located in the Riverland region, near Renmark, South Australia. The first two days of the fieldschool will consist of lectures and practical exercises at Flinders University followed by a further five days of intensive field work on site.

Australia - Advanced Archaeology Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-04-06

Flinders University Archaeology Department will be conducting The Advanced Archaeology Field School in Sturt Gorge. It will involve the excavation of a nineteenth century ruin located beside Magpie Creek, about which little is currently known.

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