Field Schools

Below, please find a list of field schools and/or research projects that focus on island and coastal archaeology. Please contact Scott Fitzpatrick with additions or changes.

Hawai‘i – Miloli‘i Archaeological Field School (William & Mary)
July 5-August 6, 2016

We are seeking participants for the 2016 Miloli’i Archaeological Field School, on Kaua‘i Island, Hawai‘i, which will be held between July 5 and August 6, 2016. This field school provides an intensive, hands-on opportunity for students interested in learning archaeology field and lab techniques. Eligible students can earn 6 academic credits through the College of William & Mary. Two ten-day field sessions are scheduled, with two five-day off-site breaks in which students will conduct archaeological lab work, assist in historic sites management, and visit archaeological sites. The field school is part of an ongoing field project directed by Dr. Jennifer Kahn of William and Mary’s Department of Anthropology, in collaboration with Hawai‘i State Parks.