Archaeological Field School

This is an eight week summer program designed to teach students the basics of archaeological field work, laboratory processing, and artifact analysis. The field school will be conducted at the Pethick site, a prehistoric Native American site that dates to approximately between 1,500 B.C. and AD 1500. Excavations at the Pethick site are a cooperative endeavor between the Department of Anthropology and the New York State Museum. This course is intended for students planning a career in archaeology; however, students who are not planning on future archaeological work will also find the course a rewarding experience and are encouraged to attend.


Sean Rafferty

Phone: (518) 442-4713
School, college, division or unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department or subunit: Department of Anthropology