Brooklyn College Summer Abroad: Archeological Field School

> The Jadar Project: Archaeological Dig and Field School in Western Serbia > Summer 2014 (July 5, 2014 – July 26, 2014)
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> This is a great opportunity to explore your interest in or deepen your knowledge of archeology field research methods. Work and learn along-side Professor Arthur Bankoff, chairman of the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, and a team of archaeologists from the United States and Serbia on a dig in western Serbia, near Loznica. This hands-on archaeological field school will survey Bronze Age sites, surveying and the exploration of life 3,500 years ago. This amazing three-week program includes weekend excursions to various scenic and historical sites. Students will be housed in a modern hotel close to the excavation site. Trips are taken to important sites, museums, and tourist attractions. No prior experience is required. >
> This program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, and all majors. >
> Applications Due: Monday, March 17, 2014
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> Program Fee: $2,785 (includes international airfare, CISI health/travel insurance, program-related transportation in Serbia, housing, and some meals) >
> Additional Costs: $200 estimated for personal expenses, plus Brooklyn College tuition. >
> Courses and Credits: Participants will register for one course, selecting from between the following courses: > * ANTH 3015: Anthropology Abroad (3 credits)
> * ANTH 3470: Summer Archaeological Field School (6 credits) >
> For more information on the program and available scholarships, and for an application, please visit the International Education & Global Engagement website at: >
> * http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/internationaleducation >
> Students must also contact the program director to express their interest: >
> Prof. Arthur Bankoff
> Department of Anthropology & Archaeology
> P: 718-951-5507 * E: abankoff@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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