Fieldwork is an essential part of the anthropological experience as a student, particularly for students interested in archaeology. Our trips span multiple continents, climates and geological eras, from Iron Age wooden structures in Ireland to records of 15th-century B.C.E. Egyptian conquests. Students learn what it’s like to work on a field site firsthand and master all the associated tools and techniques. Furthermore, they broaden their perspective and cultural understanding through partnerships with peers from around the world.
For more information on fieldwork opportunities, contact Jeffrey Blomster or Eric Cline.