Offered are Anthropology 210, an introduction to archeology for three credits and Anthropology 211, archeology field methods for six credits in June and July at the Slocan Narrows Archeological Project (SNAP), led by Hamilton College. It's an ongoing excavation at a prehistoric site in the Slocan Valley. Your instructor will be Professor Nathan Goodale and Instructor Alissa Nauman from Hamilton College, New York.
Space is limited. Call 250.365.1319 for details or contact Selkirk College Instructor Lori Barkley by email.
Prerequisites: This opportunity is open to a Selkirk College student who has completed Anth 100, Anth 101, and Anth 110.
Take a look at photos and read our story from the 2017 Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project.
The Slocan Narrows Archaeology Project (SNAP) is part of Hamilton College's Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI).
Petra Elfstrom is a student who took part in the DHI at Hamilton College. Petra produced and narrated, among other tasks, a film about the Slocan Narrows Archaeology site.
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