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Summer 2015 Field School: Great Blasket Island, Ireland

2015 Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Field School, Great Blasket Island, Ireland

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, May 25 to July 3, 2015

6 weeks, 6 credits… 299 more words

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So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen Goodbye Yakushima

From knowing my leaving date to actually leaving Yakushima all happened in less than a week. I had no other option but to count my time left in terms of the number of daily jingles I had to endure! 1,379 more words


Mortuary Archaeology Field School

Trying to find an archaeological field school for summer 2015? Check out this opportunity in Poland:


“In the summer of 2015, we offer seven weeks of archeological exploration and adventure at the the prehistoric/postmedieval multicultural site at Drawsko. 133 more words

State Farm Youth Advisory Board funds Outdoor Classrooms in Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture

The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture (CCUA) has been awarded a $55,320 grant by the State Farm Youth Advisory Board.  Funds will go toward supporting the organization’s Outdoor Classroom Program in working with a strong network of partners to empower PK-12 students to broaden their awareness of environmental issues through the stewardship of outdoor classrooms in the nature areas surrounding their schools. 161 more words

Scholarship for Summer Field School

Off the Beaten Track, a summer field school program that we have featured before, has announced a scholarship for their summer 2015 summer field school in Malta: 482 more words

Ethnographic Field School: Mexico

Looking for an opportunity to do ethnographic fieldwork over the summer? Check out the Isla Mujeres Ethnographic Field School:


“We are currently accepting enrollment to our summer 2015 Field School sessions. 99 more words

Special Encore Presentation: The Good Witches of Cornwall, UK: The Saveock Water Archaeology Project

Join us tonight at 6pm EST on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel! Get ready for Halloween with this special encore presentation.

A Mesolithic site in Cornwall provided evidence of human habitation along a marshy streambed in Cornwall. 268 more words

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