Topic ID #38084 - posted 2/20/2017 7:22 PM

Historical Archaeology Field School at Fort Saint-Jean, Québec



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Fort Saint-Jean Archaeological Field School

July 10th to August 11th, 2017

6 Credits at Université Laval

Application Deadline: April 21st, 2017

 

Join us for a five-week archaeological field school at Fort Saint-Jean, Québec - a military post occupied by Euro-Americans from 1666 to the present day. Université Laval, in partnership with the Fort Saint-Jean Museum, offers a program of comprehensive training and experience in field and laboratory methods and public outreach.  Surrounded by 18th century ramparts on the grounds of the Royal Military College, Saint-Jean, the team will investigate the archaeology of a site essential to American/Canadian history and relations. Over the past seven seasons, the field schools have uncovered remains ranging from pre-contact Native American artifacts through military signatures dating from the 17th to the 19th century. American and Canadian students will work together in a French/English bilingual environment, taught by a team of American and Canadian archaeologists. Tuition of $2,700 US includes six credits at Université Laval, housing, and six meals a week.

Contact: Andrew R. Beaupré (arbeaupre@email.wm.edu) – (802) 466- 4491 http://www.museedufortsaintjean.ca/





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