Fall 2021 - ARCH 435 D100
Field Work Practicum
Class Number: 5908
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Fr 12:30 PM – 4:20 PM
SWH 9084, Burnaby
Office: SWH 9109
Prerequisites:ARCH 282 or 372 and permission of the department. Normally taken concurrently with ARCH 433 and 434.
A practical application of the background knowledge and specific techniques of ARCH 433 and 434. It takes place in a research oriented field excavation. Evaluation of student performance is based upon assessments of efficiency and accuracy of excavation techniques/recording procedures, and upon the student's overall contribution to the smooth functioning of the team. Students may repeat this course for credit when the field project is different. Variable units: 3, 4, 5, 6.
Provides a practical introduction to archaeological field research in British Columbia. It involves mapping of a shipwreck in Burrard Inlet, hand tool excavations of a created site on the SFU campus, recording of culturally modified trees and the recording and completion of the BC archaeological site form for identified locales on campus. It also involves a day trip to archaeological sites in the lower mainland/Howe Sound area. This course is integrated with Arch 434-3 (Field Methods) and should be taken simultaneously.
- Fieldwork Submissions & Documentation 85%
- Field Participation 15%
No required text. Readings may be assigned where appropriate.
Department Undergraduate Notes:
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