Alaska

This course, specifically for undergraduate and graduate students with no previous archaeological experience, focuses on building important skills by using state-of-the-art field-based research technologies and teaching the fundamentals of archaeological survey, excavation, stratigraphic profiling and site mapping. You can travel to the Shaw Creek Archaeology Research station in the middle Tanana Valley and participate in an ongoing research program pertaining to the late Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas.

For more information on field work programs in Alaska, please contact:

Brian Wygal or Kathryn Krasinski

Mumbai

With Mumbai as the foreground, this course brings you into the center of a complex urban environment—the epicenter of Bollywood and the financial capital of India—where traditions, old and new, intersect with history, culture and innovation.

Through fieldwork at NGOs, excursions, and classroom-based learning, students will observe and gain exposure to a range of social concerns and challenges that affect social work practice.

For more information on fieldwork programs in India, please contact:

Subadra Panchanadeswaran or Hanna Kim

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