Archaeological Field Methods
Participate in hands-on archaeological research
Study archaeological field methods this spring!
AN 2883: Archaeological Field Methods
The course is an introduction to archaeological methods, fieldwork, and interpretation. This is an opportunity to participate in hands-on archaeological research. A portion of this course will be located at Sky Lodge, and we will also be visiting museums in the area surrounding Unity. Through archaeological research, we will explore human-environmental relationships and histories of Maine, and we will delve into how insight from past practices, landscapes, and resource use may be applied toward future sustainable solutions.
Instructor: Jess Herlich
Enrollment Cap: 15 students
Course dates: May 16-June 5, 2019
Course Fee: $75 ($50 deposit due March 8th)