Practical training in Archaeobotany
Below is a non-exhaustive list of programs for pratical training in archaeobotanical research work, in particular laboratory work
collecting for a comparative collection:
Short intensive courses
UCL Environmental Change Research Centre, offers short courses in various related areas, such as pollen analysis, diatoms, and usually a macro-remains course-- Focusing on Northern European waterlogged seeds (mainly non-archaeological). Taught by Hilary Birks.
Masters degree programs, English (1-year)
Sheffield University, MSc: Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy
Sheffield University, MSc Biomolecular Archaeology
University of Durham, MSc in Human Palaeoecology
Bradford University, MSc Archaeological Sciences
University of Birmingham, MSc in Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments [this course is stronger on pollen and insects]
This list updated 15 September 2009.