Arizona State University Kampsville Field School
June 12-July 23, 2016
The Center for American Archeology is proud to host the annual Arizona State University Kampsville Field School at the Center for American Archeology. The field school offers three concurrent six-week, nine-credit hour programs. Students may enroll for one of the following tracks:
- Bioarcheology & Human Osteology
- Field Archeology & Geophysical Testing
- Geomatics (Geophysical Testing & GIS)
Fieldwork will be conducted at Golden Eagle site, the only known prehistoric site with an enclosing embankment in the Illinois River Valley. In 2013 and 2014, CAA archeologists conducted large-scale remote sensing surveys across the site, revealing intact archeological deposits, as well as evidence of a ditch-and-embankment structure encompassing the site. Excavations of Golden Eagle in 2014 and 2015 tested of the ditch-and-embankment, revealing evidence of building sequences. In 2016 we’ll continue to explore this enigmatic site.
Enrollments are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any university.
Space is limited and fills quickly: Apply Now