2017 Archaeological Field School University of Kansas Department of Anthropology
The 2017 field school will be at the late 1700s Pawnee earthlodge village site (14RP1), located in Republic County, north-central Kansas. The site represents a dynamic period of cultural contacts and changes. Significant technological and social changes are expressed through the Native and introduced material culture.
Two 10-day sessions:
June 5-14 and June 19-28
- Hands-on experience in archaeological excavation and fieldwork methods.
- Learn to recover and document vital archeological information.
- 6 credit hours: Enroll in Summer Field School Anth 418 or Anth 889
- Open to undergraduate and graduate students.
- Under the direction of archaeology faculty, students are taught modern procedures for the excavation, documentation, and analysis of artifacts, features and other evidence from archaeological sites.
- An introductory course in archaeology is encouraged, but not mandatory.
- Students will need to complete a one page application form and have one letter of reference.
- No prior archaeological field work experience is required.
To Learn More
To learn more about the archaeology field school, please contact either:
Dr. Jack Hofman at 785-864-2634 or send an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Mary Adair at 785-864-2675 or send an e-mail email@example.com.
Department of Anthropology Fraser Hall
1415 Jayhawk Blvd, Rm 622
Lawrence, KS 66045-7540