Topic ID #37497 - posted 10/16/2016 8:16 AM

2017 Adelphi Archaeology Field School in Alaska



bwygal

The Adelphi University Department of Anthropology will initiate a summer 2017 archaeological field school in reconnaissance, survey, and site excavations at the recently discovered Holzman site in the Shaw Creek region of the Tanana Valley, Interior Alaska. Initial test excavations reveal a series of late Pleistocene occupations containing large mammal fauna, mammoth ivory fragments, and stone tools in deeply buried deposits. The Holzman site lies between the previously excavated Broken Mammoth and Mead archaeological sites and is near the Swan Point site each dated to the end of the Pleistocene. Learn fundamentals of archaeological excavation on a First Americans site!

To apply online visit: http://anthropology.adelphi.edu/alaska
For more information check out our online flyer!
We also offer an Advanced Program.





Post ID#20872 - replied 4/14/2017 8:20 AM



bwygal

This course is nearly full but we can fit a couple more applicants in. Join this summer's crew which consists of four experienced instructors (with PhDs), two teaching assistants, several experienced volunteers, and many students from all across north America. With a student to teacher ratio among the lowest availible (3:1) and an elaborate base camp with fresh running water and the highest possible quality food ingredients, this is the program for you!

Email the program director Brian Wygal (
bwygal@adelphi.edu) for more information including a course syllabus. Apply online today.

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