AFS Overview

Oregon Coast Archaeology Field School


The 2019 Oregon Coast Archaeology Field School will offer students archaeological experience from a dual lens where they will learn about cultural resource management (CRM) laws, compliance, and regulations – while also learning about academic research including radiocarbon dating, geochemical analysis, and stable oxygen and carbon isotopes. The goal of the Archaeology Field School is to bridge the dichotomy between academic and CRM archaeologies and demonstrate how these different applications of archaeology work in concert to achieve common goals providing a wholistic experience.

The Archaeology Field School provides training for undergraduate and graduate students in survey, testing, and excavation of cultural resources. Students will learn how to excavate archaeological materials, process, catalogue, and analyze residuals in a laboratory.

Dates & Fees
Dates: August 21 – September 6, 2019
Fees: $2,600 (includes room and board)
 
Course Information
The 2019 AFS will be held in Coos Bay, Oregon during Summer. It is an intensive three-week academic credit course available to both graduate and undergraduate students.

Undergraduate Students:
Course Title: Archaeological Survey and Excavation
Course #: ANTH 320
Units: 4
Instructor: Dr. Nicholas Jew
 
Graduate Students:
Course Title: Graduate Internship in Applied Archaeology
Course #: ANTH 677
Units: 4
Instructor: Dr. Nicholas Jew
 
Registration
Online registration will be available soon. To register now, please contact the Office of Professional and Continuing Education at (909) 537-5976 or in-person in Sierra Hall 101.
 

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