2016 Ohio State University Field School


2016 Ohio State University Field School

Have you ever wanted to be an archaeologist?  If you answered “YES” then sign up now to be part of the Ohio State University, Department of Anthropology’s 2016 field school in Dublin, Ohio. The Holder-Wright site has an extensive artifact scatter dating back over 10,000 years.  Students will learn basic archaeological field and lab techniques, as well as learn about the importance of this site in Ohio’s fascinating prehistory.

The three credit course is ANTH 5684 (call # UG 7848; G 7849) and has no course prerequisites. The course is May 11 through June 6th.

For more information contact Dr. Jules Angel at [email protected] for information and an application form.

Posted February 12, 2016
Topics: American Indian HistoryArchaeology

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