2017 Archaeology Field School

Sponsored by Temple University, Department of Anthropology

Summer Session I: May 15th to June 26th. Three or 6 credit options available.
ANTH 3170 Methods in Archaeology (3 credits), and/or
ANTH 3189 Field Session in Archaeology (3 credits)

3 Credit Option: Tuesday-Wednesday-1/2 Thursday
6 Credit Option: Monday through Friday

Registration Begins March 30th. Key Registration Links:
Non-Temple Students: TU Summer Programs: Visiting Students
Non-Degree and Visiting Students: Continuing Students and Registration Information

Tuition/Fees will vary based on residency, degree/non-degree status, etc. For more information, visit TU's Tuition and Fees page.

Course is Permission by Instructor. For Additional Information and to Apply, Contact Jen Rankin: jennifer.rankin@temple.edu

Tools are provided, however, your own personal Marshalltown Trowel is recommended.

Primitive camping accommodations will be provided for no additional cost. Students will need to supply their own camping equipment. Water, shower and toilet facilities will be available.

Field School Instructor: Jennifer C. Rankin ; PhD Candidate at Temple University, Program Director of the Research and Outreach Program at the Snyder Complex, and Archaeological Technical Lead for AECOM .

Key On-Site Researchers:          Dr. R. Michael Stewart
                                                Dr. Pat Hansell
                                                Dr. Ilya V. Buynevich
                                                Dr. Anthony J. Ranere


Career networking events and guest speakers are being scheduled as part of the course curriculum. Industry and Agency Leaders, Academic Professionals and Researchers and Museum Curators will be available to discuss careers in Anthropology / Archaeology / Geology / Environmental Science.