Peru Field School


Course pending for approval. DO NOT BOOK TRAVEL until instructed to do so!

Course Description

ANAR 119S - Archaeological Field School in Peru (8 units) 

The archaeological field and laboratory class will take place at Moquegua, Peru. It is an introduction to the research design of interdisciplinary projects, the technique of data collections, the methods of excavation and postexcavation lab work.

ANAR 157S - Early Empires of the Andes: The Middle Horizon (4 units. Optional)

The civilizations of Wari and Tiwanaku built the first empires of Andean South America long before the Inca. Middle Horizon (AD 500 - 1000) mythohistory, urbanism, state origins, art technology, agriculture, colonization, trade and conquest are explored using ethnohistory and archaeological sources.


How to sign up?

Step 1: Check our major or minor requirements to see if this course can count toward your degree.

Step 2: Fill out the program application for professor approval. (Coming soon)

Step 3: After professor approval, submit a course pre-auth request to get clearance for the course(s).

Step 4: Enroll in ANAR 119S and ANAR 157S (optional) on WebReg during enrollment for Summer Session.


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