Field School Opportunities

2019 Field Schools

Stay tuned for Summer 2019 information!

Past Field School Opportunities

2017

GBL will not be running any field schools for summer 2017. Check below for other field experience opportunities:

  • IFR Cahokia, Illinois Field School
  • Singer-Moye mound site, University of Georgia
  • Bighorn Archaeology: Exploring Historical and Social Landscapes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

2015

Faculty Curator Stacie King is offering the Oaxaca Anthropology Summer Program.

Dr. Jackson Njau offers a Geology and Paleoanthropology Field School in Tanzania. Applications are due March 15.

  • Six weeks summer field school at Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania. The course is open to IU students and students from any U.S. university. This field course emphasizes hands-on experience in geology, anthropology and archaeology. The course will take students to various archaeological, geological and wildlife sites and explore the relationship between the Earth’s systems, cultural landscapes and human evolution in natural environments. 

2014

Dr. Laura Scheiber will again offer students the opportunity to join her in Wyoming for a project entitled, Exploring Historical and Social Landscapes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

  • Indiana University will again be offering its cooperative program in archaeological field methods for summer 2014, in the beautiful Absaroka Mountain range of Wyoming. This field school is a holistic, field-based program in the social history and human ecology of the Northwestern High 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!