The University of Wyoming Department of Anthropology
collaboration with the University of Zagreb, the Croatian Ministry of Culture, and the Croatian Institute for
Anthropological Research, is pleased to announce an archaeological field school
to take place during the summer of 2015.
This 6 credit-hour course is intended for undergraduates and is open to students from any college or university. An introduction to archaeology course (e.g., ANTH 1300 at U.W.) is a required prerequisite. No previous field experience is required or expected.
Course Information & Credits: ANTH 4140: Archaeology Field School, 6 credit hours.
Schedule (tentative): June 25 - July 21, 2015
Total Tuition and Fees (tentative): $2,500 field school fee plus UW tuition & fees (does not include travel to and from).
Application deadline: March 15, 2015. (February 1, 2015 if wanting to be considered for Cheney funding)
Participate in excavations at least three different sites
periods: Paleolithic, Roman, and Late Middle Ages/Early Modern
- Different site types: Caves, rock-shelters, hill forts and castles
- Renowned faculty and instructors with diverse interests and expertise
Learn field techniques and how they are implemented at different sites
- Survey methods as well as in-depth site excavation techniques
- Traditional (i.e., transit, plumb bob & tape) and modern (i.e, total station) site mapping
- Geophysical/remote sensing techniques including resistivity, ground penetrating radar and aerial photogrammetry.
- Artifact screening, inventory, & labeling
- Site and artifact documentation and recording
Learn about the deep prehistory and history of south-central Europe, including:
- The Neandertal-modern human transition
- Roman conquest and assimilation of indigenous Iron Age peoples
- Medieval fortifications, conflicts and settlement patterns; Ottoman expansion into Europe
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Interested in applying? Go here (online application will be live by early-December)