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Location: Bedmar, JN, ES
Season: July 6, 2018 to August 3, 2018
Session Dates: July 6th - August 3rd 2018
Application Deadline: July 1, 2018
Deadline Type: Rolling
Fundación Instituto de Investigación de Prehistoria y Evolución Humana (FIPEH) Universidad Internacional de Andalucía (UNIA)
Field school Director: Dr Marco Antonio Bernal FIPEH Director: Dr Cecilio Barroso Ruiz
When: July 6th – August 3rd
Where: Bedmar, province of Jaén, southern Spain
Period: Upper Paleolithic – Neolithic
Price: 1750€ (insurance included)
Cerdits: Certification of completion of hours by International University of Andalusia (UNIA)
The purpose of International Field School In Archaeology: Bedmar Prehistory is to introduce the participants to the field of archaeological science, the Quaternary period, and human evolution.
The course is divided in two main sections:
The Coursework covers topics centered on archaeological research on the Quaternary period as well as related fields (paleoanthropology, bioarchaeology, paleontology, palynology, dating and more).
In addition to the lectures, we offer a set of practical and theoretical courses and workshops:
Recreational and Cultural Activities:
Recreational and cultural activities will take place along with the main and additional activities. These are optional activities and will include field trips, hiking, visiting towns declared as Heritage Site by UNESCO and evening festive musical events.
For more information:
Fundación Instituto de Investigación de Prehistoria y Evolución Humana (FIPEH)
Universidad Internacional de Andalucía (UNIA)
Period(s) of Occupation: Upper Paleolithic - Neolithic
This field school is designed for undergraduates and graduate students in archaeology, history, art history, biology, geology, and any other field related to archaeology, as well as any other person interested in archaeology.
Project Size: 1-24 participants
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: Full session
Experience Required: None
Room and Board Arrangements:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided 7 days a week at the residence. There will be special recipes for those who have dietary restrictions such as diabetes, allergies or gluten intolerance and vegetarians. Accommodations are in shared rooms located in Bedmar (Jaen), at Municipal Dormitory (Residencia Municipal). Cost: 1750€ full session
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