ANT 121 Archaeology Field School II

Credits: 3.00

This course is a continuation of ANT 120 Archaeology Field School. In this course students will participate in an archaeological research project. They will gain hands-on experience in archaeological methods and apply research and analytical skills through the collection, recording, and interpretation of diverse kinds of data. Emphasis will be placed on processing, curating, and analyzing archaeological data. Civic engagement is an important aspect of this course as it involves partnerships with local organizations and community members. Students will be interpreting their findings and sharing them with members of the research team and the general public. There will be additional, optional opportunities for field trips and special lectures.

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Last Updated: 03/01/2016