Forensic Anthropology Field School - Program Highlights

Forensic Anthropology Field School - Program Highlights

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Annual Forensic Anthropology Field School

Albania, Greece, and Romania 

Dates: May 14 - June 6, 2019


Program is open to:

  • UC students (undergraduate and graduate);
  • Students of other institutions; and
  • Non-credit participants interested in forensic science, bioarchaeology, paleopathology, classical archaeology, museum studies, and heritage tourism.

Trip will include:

  • 10-day stay at a bed and breakfast located at the gates of Butrint, a magnificent Greek and Roman archaeological site and Albania's first national park;
     
  • 2 days in Tirana, Albania's capital city;
     
  • 2 days on the historic Greek island of Corfu;
     
  • 5 days in Bucharest, Romania's capital city; and
     
  • Hands-on study with actual skeletal remains from ancient sites and the extensive paleopathology collection at the "Francisc I. Rainer" Anthropology Institute in Bucharest.
     

Field school student pieces together an ancient skull



Academic Credit

Participants may enroll for 6 credits (undergraduate: ANT 347 / graduate: ANT 547)

Non-credit participants are also welcome (based on availability - contact us for more information) 


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