Archaeological Field School
Anth 372A/Anth 500T Summer Term III
The Department of Anthropology’s archaeological field school, in conjunction with the Bundy Museum of History and Art, runs from June 1 until July 12, 2023.
The Bundy is a historic house museum in Binghamton noted for their commitment to the community. Their main post-contact property is the National Register listed, late 19th century Harlow E. Bundy House. Bundy and his brother, Willard, owned the Bundy Manufacturing Company, which made time recording clocks for industry, and was a precursor to IBM. The Bundy also owns several other historic properties in the surrounding area that are fertile ground for exploring Binghamton’s post-contact past.
This is a six credit, six week course with classroom and field instruction in mapping, survey, and excavation techniques. The field school will be local and students will be responsible for the own housing (Housing is available on campus through residential life.
For more information please email Maria O’Donovan.