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MAYA ARCHAEOLOGY IN BELIZE

 

We are offering the 2014 field school in Belize at Ka'Kabish.  Please see contact info below. For more information about the site please visit http://www.kakabish.org.

BELIZE ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL INFORMATION SESSION!!

WHEN: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
WHERE: D212 (DNA Building, D block, 2nd floor)
TIME: 2:30pm to 4:00pm
ANTH Field School - Summer 2014,

May 17th to June 21st in Ka’Kabish, Belize


T
he Ka'Kabish Archaeological Research Project (KARP), directed by Dr. Helen R. Haines, provides students with the opportunity to excavate an ancient Maya ruin in the rain forest while living in a small Belizean village. Work at the site focuses on, among other things, excavations into the plazas to expose Formative period (ca. 600-800 BC deposits). The project is based in the local village of Indian Church, adjacent to the ruins of Lamanai, and is available for ANTH-3000Ycredit.

Info session poster

May 17, 2014 to June 21, 2014

 

Contact information

For information on Belize field school in Ka'Kabish - Summer 2014

Please contact:

 

Dr. Helen R. Haines
Department of Anthropology
Trent University Oshawa Office

55 Thornton Road South
Room 101, Oshawa, ON, L1J 5Y1

CANADA
E-mail
Phone: (905) 435-5100 x5045

OR

Go through the

2014 Belize Field Course Check List

and download your own copies:

2014 Ka'Kabish Application Form

2014 Belize Field Course Trent Registration Form

2014 KARP Risk Management Plan

2014 Risk Management Informed Consent Waiver

For suggestions on additional field work opportunities in Maya archaeology, contact:

Dr. Gyles Iannone

Department of Anthropology
Trent University
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 7B8
CANADA
E-mail
Phone: (705) 748-1011 x7453