Archaeology is the study of the human past from prehistory to recent times, primarily through the study of the material remains of past societies. By its nature, archaeology is an interdisciplinary study and archaeologists explore the past from a variety of perspectives, drawing upon a wide array of disciplines from classics to anthropology, art history, history, and the physical sciences, to advance the study of past cultures around the world. This interdisciplinary perspective, together with distinctive archaeological methods and theories, enriches our teaching and research in the classroom, the laboratory, and the field.
Boston University has many internship opportunities. The university location being in Boston offers a great opportunity for internships in our robust city.
Teaching/research laboratories, image library, student lounge/kitchen, reference collection of artifacts and specimens; Instructional/research equipment; GIS, geophysical prospecting equipment; Gabel Museum. Visit out website for detailed information.
Journal of Field Archaeology (international) and Ethnobiology Letters