I have posted before about the research project Elizabeth Cruzado Carranza and I have launched near the village of Casma, Peru. We are pleased to announce that a 2017 field school opportunity from late May through July. The project involves archaeological field excavations and survey, mapping, artifact analysis, museum practices and engagement with the local community. The project sites are located around the small town of Nivín and date from 500 BC – AD 1400.
There will be two sessions for the 2017 Season:
Session 1 – May 26 – June 24
Session 2 – June 26 – July 24
For more information, see:
- Report on work with the community in 2016 (Spanish and English)
- More details on field research site, costs, and logistics
- Questions? contact Elizabeth Cruzado Carranza at firstname.lastname@example.org
We anticipate offering only four student slots for each of the two sessions. The small size of the field crew will assure plenty of individual instruction and experience, but also that the spots will fill quickly!