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Archaeology & Anthropology Field Schools

Europe - Venice - Archaeology / Anthropology Field School - 2014

Deadline
2014-07-15

This season we are offering the opportunity to participate in the excavation of human skeletal remains from the “Campo Santo” burials on the picturesque island in Venice, Italy.

Mediterranean - Cyprus - Bioarchaeology And Forensic Anthropology Fieldschool - 2014

Mediterranean - Cyprus - Bioarchaeology And Forensic Anthropology Fieldschool - 2014

Deadline
2014-05-31

Fun and Exciting experience in the excavation, exhumation and analysis of human skeletal remains !!!

Learn by working step-by-step the field processes of how to excavate burials, field/lab recording methods and get hands-on training in the analysis of modern skeletal remains and database development.

Mediterranean - Cyprus - Human Remains Fieldschool In Cyprus (Forensic Anthropology & Bioarchaeology) - 2015

Mediterranean - Cyprus - Human Remains Fieldschool In Cyprus (Forensic Anthropology & Bioarchaeology) - 2015

Deadline
2015-06-05

An exciting and unique opportunity to learn field recording / excavation and lab analysis methods related to human skeletal remains.

The only fieldschool to offer access to modern skeletons (1970-2010) and the chance to work in the recycling process of an operating cemetery.

North America - Massachusetts - Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Field School and Laboratory Analysis - 2014

Deadline
2014-04-15

This course introduces students to the role of the biological anthropologist, archaeologist and forensic scientist in excavations of human remains. Through excavations of tpseudo-crime scenes and pseudo-archaeological burials, students will be introduced to laboratory analysis of human remains, recognition of forensic and bioarchaeological data, and will explore key concepts in ethics, repatriation, medicolegal death investigation and regulations regarding unmarked burials.

North America - Massachusetts - UMass Bioarchaeology & Forensic Anthropology Field School - 2014

Deadline
2014-04-15
Through intense field and lab work, this course introduces students to the role of the biological anthropologist, archaeologist and forensic scientist in excavations of human remains.
North America - Washington - Summer on the Salish Sea - 2016

North America - Washington - Summer on the Salish Sea - 2016

Deadline
2016-05-10

Summer on the Salish Sea - The Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School offers a community-based four-fields experience this summer supporting Coast Salish canoe families on Tribal Canoe Journey's Paddle to Nisqually. Students will study people, plants, animals, languages, and archaeology of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound) basin while providing hands-on support for canoe families traveling for two weeks on the water and culminating in a week-long potlatch. Class meets July 6 & 13 and then begins travel with overnight camping from July 18 - August 7, 2016. Apply online at www.edcc.edu/leaf. Priority is given to early applicants.

North American - Illinios - Arizona State University At Kampsville Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-05-01

The ASU Kampsville Field School at the Center for American Archeology offers six weeks, nine credits in one of three tracks: (1) bioarchaeology/human osteology, (2) field archaeology & geophysical testing, (3) geophysical testing & geomatics. Fieldwork will be conducted at the Golden Eagle site, the old prehistoric site with an enclosing earthwork in the Lower Illinios Valley.

South America - Peru - Archaeological Field School IEP Peruvian Central Coast - 2015

South America - Peru - Archaeological Field School IEP Peruvian Central Coast - 2015

Deadline
2015-05-10

The Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP), one of the most prestigious research institutions on the social sciences in Latin America, announces the first season of its international field school in archaeological methods "Peruvian Central Coast". Based on the beach town of Punta Hermosa, the "Instituo de Estudios Peruanos" field school offers training in mapping, recording and excavation techniques in the field as well as basic training via onsite workshops on statistical sampling in archaeology , bioarchaeological analysis, ceramic analysis and cataloguing, and lithic analysis.

South America - Peru - Huari - Ancash Archaeological Research Project Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-05-29

The aim of this archaeology and bioarchaeology field school is to learn of the lifestyle of the prehispanic population in Peru Highlands. Our project revolves around funeral aspects and ancestral cults. We are undertaking archaeological excavations in order to obtain information which helps us understand these subjects.The project is supported by Instituto de Estudios Huarinos under direction of Bebel Ibarra Asencios, Researcher of Department of Anthropology. Tulane University.

South America - Peru - Huari - Ancash Bioarchaeologcal Project. Peru - 2014

Deadline
2014-07-04

The aim of this archaeology and bioarchaeology field school is to learn of the lifestyle of the prehispanic population in Peru Highlands. Our project revolves around funeral aspects and ancestral cults. We are undertaking archaeological excavations in order to obtain information which helps us understand these subjects.The project is supported by Instituto de Estudios Huarinos under direction of Bebel Ibarra Asencios, Researcher of Department of Anthropology. Tulane University.

South America - Per - Huari-Ancash Bio-Archaeological Research Project Field School 2016. Per - 2016

Deadline
2016-06-30

The aim of this archaeology and bioarchaeology field school is to learn of the lifestyle of the prehispanic population in Peru Highlands. Our project revolves around funeral aspects and ancestral cults. We are undertaking archaeological excavations in order to obtain information which helps us understand these subjects.The project is supported by Instituto de Estudios Huarinos under direction of Bebel Ibarra Asencios, Researcher of Department of Anthropology. Tulane University.

South America - Peru - MOCHE-Wagner College Bioarchaeology Field School - 2015

Deadline
2015-05-31

This field school provides beginning students with the opportunity to learn human the basics of human osteological methods, and provides advanced training for students with previous experience. In addition, students will receive instruction on the prehistory of the north coast of Peru. Students work five days a week in the lab, inventorying human remains, estimating age-at-death and sex, as well as collecting health data. We spend a few hours on Saturdays touring local archaeological sites including Huaca del Sol and Chan Chan, and Sundays are free days in Huanchaco.

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