Archaeological Field School in Zambia

The Rice University archaeological field school in Zambia is a five-week on-site course that will introduce a multi-disciplinary approach to archaeology and early African history. Students will learn the techniques and methodologies of field archaeology, in an experiential-learning environment. All students will participate in archaeological excavations, pedestrian survey, artifact processing and analysis, and historical linguistic and ethnographic research.

All students must apply using the application form by way of this website. Additional detailed information will follow once acceptances are sent out, but feel free to email Jeffrey Fleisher (jfleisherATriceDOTedu) with any questions.