An advanced, hands-on introduction to the practice of field archaeology. Students will participate in intensive, problem-oriented, research excavations and field laboratory work on an undisturbed archaeological site. Students should be prepared to cover necessary travel and living expenses.
Prerequisite(s):Anthropology 2229F/G, and registration in third year or above in any Anthropology module.
Extra Information: Limited enrollment. Four weeks. Permission by application to the Department of Anthropology. Students intending to apply to participate in this course are strongly encouraged to prepare by taking a relevant second year area course in archaeology.