Archaeological Field School in Montana & Wyoming

 

Exploring Historical and Social Landscapes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

This year’s cooperative program in archaeological field methods takes place in the beautiful Bighorn, Owl Creek, and Absaroka Mountain ranges of Wyoming and Montana. This field school is a holistic, field-based program in the social history and human ecology of the Northwestern Plains and Middle Rocky Mountains with a special emphasis on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. If you like camping, hiking, and archaeology, this field school is for you!
http://www.indiana.edu/~anthro/about/archfieldschool.shtml
. Contact Laura Scheiber: scheiber@indiana.edu.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 22

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