Topic ID #24261 - posted 10/25/2012 4:36 PM

Dig Hokkaido 2013 Paleolithic Field School


Earn academic credit while participating in exciting archaeological research at Shimaki, one of Hokkaido, Japan's oldest sites. Join a team of international scientists and students unearthing clues about life in ice-age Hokkaido 20,000 years ago. As a 2013 team member you will learn archaeology field techniques, regional prehistory, and introductory chipped-stone tool identification with students from all over the world.

Credit Granting Institution: Central Washington University
Courses: ANTH 493 (undergraduate), or REM 593 (graduate)
Credits: 6
Duration: August 12-September 13, 2013
Location: Shimaki Site, Kamishihoro-cho, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan
Educational and Project Leaders: Ian Buvit, Karisa Terry, Masami Izuho, Jeff Rasic
Cost: <$5000 total


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