THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF IRELAND
ANTH 4/58889 — 1 credit hour
Department of Anthropology
May 18 - May 27, 2022
ABOUT THE COURSE
This course will introduce students to the rich archaeology of Ireland. This will include the famous Neolithic period, including famous Neolithic passage tombs like Newgrange and Knowth, Bronze Age sites, Celtic, Viking, and later historic periods. Students will explore field sites as well as several indoor and outdoor museums. Ireland also has a strong tradition of experimental archaeology at places like University College Dublin. Students will thus be introduced to how Irish Archaeologists pursue this important sub-discipline with a visit to the college and experimental demonstrations such as ancient bronze casting, stone working, and and house construction.
lodging, park fees, and most meals. Airfare estimated at $650. Tuition is not included.
More information soon on application and payment deadlines.
- Michelle Rae Bebber, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, email@example.com
- Dr. Metin Eren, Associate Professor firstname.lastname@example.org