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MAYA ARCHAEOLOGY IN BELIZE

 

We are offering the 2016 field school in Belize at Ka'Kabish.  Please see contact info below. For more information about the site please visit http://www.kakabish.org.

INFORMATION SESSION

WHEN: Tuesday February 9th 2016 
WHERE: C233 (DNA Building, C block, 2nd floor) 
TIME: 1:00pm to 3:00 pm

ANTH Field School - Summer 2016,

May 14th to June 18th 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.


May 14, 2016 to June 18, 2016

 

Contact information

For information on Belize field school in Ka'Kabish

Summer 2016 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

Belize Field Course Check List

and download your own copies:

2016 Ka'Kabish Application Form

2016 Belize Field Course Trent Registration Form

2016 KARP Risk Management Plan

2016 Risk Management Informed Consent Waiver