Fieldwork

2020 University of Oklahoma Field School at Spiro, Oklahoma

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This listing expired on May 10, 2020. Please contact patrickl@ou.edu for any updated information.

Location: Spiro, OK 74959, USA

Season: May 11, 2020 to July 3, 2020

Application Deadline: March 31, 2020

Deadline Type: Rolling

Website: http://patricklivingood.oucreate.com/fieldschool/

Program Type:
Field School

RPA Certified:
No

Affiliation:
University of Oklahoma

Project Director:
Patrick Livingood, co-director

Project Description:

Learn how to conduct archaeological investigations at the world famous site of Spiro* in eastern Oklahoma and earn eight credit hours.
What: Learn the basics of archaeological investigation and artifact analysis and participate in important research at the site of Spiro (AD 950-1450)*.

Who: The class is open to all undergraduates 18 or older. Students will enroll in ANTH 3930 (Five credit hours) and ANTH 3933 (Three credit hours).

When: The fieldwork will occur May 11 to June 12 and the lab work will take place in Norman June 15 to July 3. Class will take place M-F during all weeks and students will be free on the weekends.

For more information and an application visit our website or contact Patrick Livingood at patrickl@ou.edu. Openings still available. Sponsored by the OU College of Arts and Sciences and OK Archaeological Survey.

Period(s) of Occupation: Mississippian Period, Arkansas Valley

Project Size: 1-24 participants

Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 5 or 8 weeks

Minimum Age: 18

Experience Required: No field experience required.

Room and Board Arrangements:
TBD $200-750

Academic Credit:
8 credit hours through University of Oklahoma

Contact Information:


Patrick Livingood

521 Dale Tower

Norman

OK

73019

United States

patrickl@ou.edu

Phone: (405) 397-0215

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