This two course sequence will introduce students to the methods of field archaeology through hands-on experience, excavating at the crash site of an American World War II aircraft located in the southern Austrian state of Carinthia. The course is designed to give students hands-on experience in all aspects of archaeological field work, including site identification, survey, and unit excavation. Students will learn proper hand excavation techniques, characterization of soils, basic artifact identifications, and mapping techniques, and they will manage recovered materials as forensic evidence for the identification of human remains. Students will develop these skills as part of a diverse and efficient archaeological team, working in a unique and exciting international environment.
*DPAA's cooperation with this effort is not intended to indicate that DoD endorses the University of New Orleans, the WWII Museum, the University of Innsbruck, their educational offerings, or programs.
For further information please contact D. Ryan Gray, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology & Sociology, at 504-280-1072 or email@example.com
University of New Orleans degree-seeking students: $5,495.00
The program cost includes: tuition, university fees, transcript fees, accommodations, some meals, opening and closing ceremonies, all class field trips, round-trip bus transportation between Innsbruck and the Munich airport and between Innsbruck and Villach, comprehensive travel medical insurance, some extracurricular activities.
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