Rhodes Archaeology Field School


Excavate Native American & 19th Century Sites in Tennessee

May 13-June 3, 2022

ARCE 120: Field Research in Environmental Archaeology
(F7 and F11 Credits)

Or ARCE 450: Archaeology Field School (4 F11 Credits)

Room & Board + Class = $2680
Contact: Prof. Kimberly Kasper 
Professor Kasper's Website

ARCE 120: Field Research in Environmental Archaeology (F7 & F11) This course and accompanying lab focus on a scientific understanding of the biological and geological methods and theories that are relevant to human/environmental interaction in pre-historic and historic sites of human occupation. Research areas include: 1) environmental change and human activity; 2) plant and animal domestication and exploitation; and 3) methods for dating artifacts. The class and lab are held at the Ames Plantation in Tennessee. Enrollment is limited; students must apply for acceptance through the chair of the Archaeology Program.

Summer Field School Application

Dr. Kimberly Kasper
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