Topic ID #26935 - posted 2/10/2013 1:06 AM

2013 Archaeological Field School in Croatia

Jennifer Palmer

2013 Archaeological Field School in Croatia

The University of Wyoming, in collaboration with the University of Zagreb, the Croatian Ministry of Culture, and the Croatian Institute for Anthropological Research, is pleased to announce the 2013 Archaeological Field School in Croatia.  This course will be offered for 6 hours of upper level undergraduate credit (Anth 4140) through the University of Wyoming.  It will be geared toward undergraduate students with little or no archeological field experience, and all instruction will be in English.  
Dates: June 22 - July 15, 2012.  
Cost: $2970 (does not include travel to/from Croatia and a $40 admission fee for non-U.W. students)

• Participate at multiple excavations (Paleolithic caves, fortified cave from the Ottoman period, and survey & excavation in Velebit National Park)
• Choose a focused experience (two time periods) or choose a broad one (three different sites)
• Learn field techniques and how they are implemented at different sites
• Learn about the deep history and prehistory of south-central Europe
• Visit other famous archaeological sites and places in Croatia

Organizing Faculty:
Jim Ahern, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming
Ivor Janković, Deputy Director, Croatian Institute for Anthropological Research
Ivor Karavanić, Professor, Department of Archaeology, University of Zagreb
Boris Olujić, Professor, Department of History, University of Zagreb
Krešo Raguž, Chief Archaeologist (Karlovac County), Croatian Ministry of Culture
Rick Weathermon, Senior Research Scientist, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming


Visit our Employment Network websites: - - For information on advertising on this website, contact