Annual Summer Archaeological Field Schools
The course of instruction involves five weeks of intensive training in "how to do archaeology."
Past field school sites have included 1500-year-old Native American mound centers, late-18th-century-A.D. frontier forts, 19th-century slave cabins, and an early-mid-19th-century church.
Information on the Summer 2006 Archaeological Field School is available through the link to the "Castalian Springs" project below.
- Castalian Springs Project
- Sam Davis Slave Quarter
- Bledsoe's Fort
- Pinson Mounds
- Wynnewood Slave Quarter
- Dust Cave
- First Presbyterian Church
- Summer Ethnographic Field Schools (On occasion, the department offers an intensive field training course in ethnographic
- 1998 -- Huatusco, State of Veracruz, Mexico
- 2003 -- Gurupa, Brazil