Students may participate in the Archaeology Field Schools or the Forensic Field School.
Archaeology Field Schools
Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we will not be teaching any in person courses this summer. Unfortunately, there is no way to teach field school online so we are cancelling all of our field school courses for summer 2020. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to your advisors via email.
Forensic Anthropology Field School
Forensic Anthropology Field School (ANT 4990/ANG 5990, Forensic Field Recovery)
The Forensic Anthropology Field School will be held on the UWF Pensacola campus. The major goal of the 5-week field school is to train students in standard forensic methods for the discovery, documentation, and recovery of human skeletal remains. Students will learn to apply basic methods of archaeological mapping and excavation to simulated forensic scenes involving both surface-scattered and buried skeletal remains. They will also learn to distinguish human from non-human remains and gain experience with explicitly forensic procedures of evidence recovery, such as evidence documentation and collection, site security, and the use of appropriate personal protective equipment for different simulated scenarios.
- Dates: TBD
- Schedule: TBD
- Application Deadline: TBD (online); Acceptance Notification: TBD (via email)
- Credit: The course is offered for 3 credit hours.
- Accommodations: Living arrangements will be the responsibility of the student.
- Food: Students will provide their own lunches and snacks during the course. Drinking water will be provided on site.
- Transportation: Transportation to and from campus will be the responsibility of the student.
- Additional Costs and Other Information: Students will be required to purchase a dig kit (trowel, brushes, tapes, etc.); we will provide a list of items to purchase (estimated cost = $125). There are no prerequisites for the Forensic Anthropology Field School. Experience in forensic anthropology, biological anthropology, human osteology, bioarchaeology, and/or archaeological methods and principles preferred but not essential.
- For further information about the Forensic Anthropology Field School, contact Dr. Allysha Winburn (email@example.com)
Past Field Schools
2019 Field Schools
2018 Field Schools
- Forensic Anthropology Field School
- Combined Maritime/Terrestrial Field School
- UWF Terrestrial Field School (Luna Settlement)
2016 Field Schools
- Forensic Anthropology Field School (ANT 4523, Forensic Field Methods)
- Combined Maritime/Terrestrial Field School (ANT 4121, Combined Archaeological Field Methods)
- UWF Terrestrial Field School (ANT 4121, Combined Archaeological Field Methods)
- Arcadia Mill Terrestrial Field School (ANT 4824, Terrestrial Archaeological Field Methods)
- Luna Settlement Terrestrial Field School (ANT 4824, Terrestrial Archaeological Field Methods)
2015 Field School Social Media
- Maritime Field School Blog
- UWF Maritime Archaeology Facebook Page
- Campus Field School Facebook Page
- Pensacola Colonial Frontiers Blog
- Arcadia Mill Field School Blog
- Maritime Field School 2011
- Maritime Field School 2010
- Maritime Field School 2009
- Maritime Field School 2008
- Maritime Field School 2007
- Maritime Field School 2006
- Maritime Field School 2005
- Maritime Field School 2004
- Shield's Point Maritime School 2003
- Santa Rosa Island Wreck 2002
- Arcadia 2009 - 2011
- Campus Survey 2011
- Colonial Frontiers 2009 - 2011
- Commanding Officer's Compound 2005 - 2006
- Presidio Isla de Santa Rosa 2002 - 2004