2013 UofL Ghost Ranch Field School
The archaeological seminar on Ghost Ranch, one of the most productive archaeological zones of the American Southwest, enters its 42nd year of operation in summer 2013. See the announcement below for details on participation and academic credit.
Undergraduate students in the anthropology program at UofL can get three credit hours as ANTH 377 for the three-week course at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. This experience in high-desert, high-adventure archaeology is an excellent way to gain crucial field experience and nurture future research possibilities. Download this PDF flier for full details.
The University of Louisville's Anthropology Department is offering a field school opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students interested in archaeology, in conjunction with Ghost Ranch, and education and retreat center located near Abiquiu, in north-central New Mexico. This is one of the country's most archaeologically productive regions, with hundreds of Archaic, late prehistoric, and early historic sites in survey or excavation. The Ghost Ranch Archaeological Seminar is entering its 42nd year of operation, with a two-week dig season scheduled for July 22-August 4, 2013. The UofL Field School begins the week before, on July 15. This field school counts as ANTH 377 for three credit hours in the UofL anthropology program.
Contact David Hoefer at email@example.com
or, the UofL Anthropology Department at 502-854-6864
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