ANTH219 - ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD PROJEC

First-hand participation in research project in historical archaeology in Southern New Jersey. Transportation provided by the university. Students will assist in excavations and archival research on local archaeological sites. Class is open to all undergraduates, no previous archaeological experience is required. Attendance will involve Fridays or Saturdays, all day from 8:00 to 5:00 including travel time to the excavations and back to the University Museum. Students enroll for only one day (F or S). Enrollment is limited so specific permission of the instructor is required (Robert L. Schuyler: schuyler@sas.upenn.edu; (215)898-6965; U Museum 412). A follow up laboratory course (Anth 220 in the spring semester) will also be available during which the artifacts and documentary sources collected in the fall will be analyzed at the University Museum. Course may be repeated for credit.
Hum & Soc Sci Sector (new curriculum only)
Section 401 - SEM
F 0830AM-0530PM
SCHUYLER, ROBERT L
UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 329
Section 601 - SEM
S 0830AM-0530PM
SCHUYLER, ROBERT L
UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 329