Barnard's Field School in Archaeology and Oral History
An interest in the past and its relevance to the present is the only prerequisite. No prior experience in archaeology or anthropology is necessary. Enrollment in ANTH BC2011 is limited to 10 students, with preference given to Archaeology majors at Barnard College and Columbia University, to Chicano/a Studies majors at the University of New Mexico, and to individuals of Native American and Hispano descent, regardless of their institutional affiliation.
Cost and Financial Support:
- Tuition: $4,500 (4 credits)
- Food/lodging: Included in
- Administrative fee (only for non-Barnard/Columbia students): $150
Barnard and Columbia students may also apply for the following merit-based grants and fellowships to help cover the costs of participation:
- Barnard Archaeology Fieldwork Grant: provides a limited number of students with up to $2,000 in support
fortheir participation in ANTH 2011. Contact Prof. Fowles (email@example.com) for details. (Deadline: April 8)
- Barnard Anthropology Fieldwork Grant: provides a limited number of students with support for summer research projects (typically $500). Available to Barnard Anthropology majors. Contact Prof. Fowles (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
(Deadline: April 22, 2019)
- Robert Stigler Fund for Archaeological Research: typically provides $500 to support first-time field experiences. Available to undergraduates at Barnard or Columbia. Contact Prof. Fowles (email@example.com) for details.
(Deadline: April 22)
- Ella Deloria Undergraduate Research Fellowship: provides a limited number of students with support for summer research projects (typically less than $2,000). Available to Columbia Anthropology majors. See http://anthropology.columbia.edu/undergraduate-research-fellowships (Deadline: April)
- Tow Summer Research Fellowship: provides a limited number of students with support for senior thesis research projects (fellowships range from $1,000 to $4,000). This is a competitive fellowship available to Barnard juniors engaged in senior thesis research. Students should contact Dean Leong, the junior class dean, during the fall semester to express interest.
(Deadline: early March)