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    PostedFriday, May 28, 2021 at 9:30 AM
    CCSU Anthropology offers a 5-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology at the historic Chaffee House in Windsor, Connecticut, 7/6 to 8/6/21, taught by Dr. Anthony Martin and supported by CCSU Archaeology Laboratory for African & African Diaspora Studies (ALAADS). As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU offers a unique opportunity to reassess the prevailing view of the past via the material culture that Africans and Descendants made and used over the past 400 years. The 2021 project focuses on the lifeways of 18th-19th c. captive African women and Windsor Historical Society offers documentary resources to complement the material record. Students learn archaeology principles and procedures to support them in field employment or further study. No prior field experience needed. The class meets Mon-Fri 9-3 onsite and may be taken for 3 or 6 credits, undergrad or grad. For details, contact Dr. Martin martina@ccsu.edu or ALAADS 860-832-2813
    CCSU Anthropology offers a 5-week Field School in Historical/African Diaspora Archaeology at the historic Chaffee House in Windsor, Connecticut, 7/6 to 8/6/21, taught by Dr. Anthony Martin and supported by CCSU Archaeology Laboratory for African & African Diaspora Studies (ALAADS). As the only African Diaspora Archaeology program in Connecticut, CCSU offers a unique opportunity to reassess the prevailing view of the past via the material culture that Africans and Descendants made and used over the past 400 years. The 2021 project focuses on the lifeways of 18th-19th c. captive African women and Windsor Historical Society offers documentary resources to complement the material record. Students learn archaeology principles and procedures to support them in field employment or further study. No prior field experience needed. The class meets Mon-Fri 9-3 onsite and may be taken for 3 or 6 credits, undergrad or grad. For details, contact Dr. Martin martina@ccsu.edu or ALAADS 860-832-2813
General Description / Special Programs

Minors in General Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Archaeology, Practicing Anthropology, and Cross-Cultural Analysis.

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Degrees
Degrees Offered BA in Anthropology
Highest Degree Offered BA/BS
BA/BS Field Areas
Anthropology
Applied Anthropology
Archaeology
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
BA/BS Requirements
39 credit hours (13 courses) across all subfields, including Senior Thesis requirement
Experience Offered
Conferences
Fellowships/Grants
Field Work
Internship
Internship / Grants / Funding
Internships Available 1
Internship Required 0
Internship Info

Community internships available and encouraged

Grants Or Funding Kiyomi Kutsuzawa Scholarship http://www.ccsu.edu/anthropology/kiyomiScholarship.html; Anthropology Summer Field School grants
Support Opportunities

Student and Teaching Assistant positions, Work Study funds, student stipends available to assist international travel, conference participation, Kiyomi Kutsuzawa Scholarship

Program Details
Research Facilities

Forensic Anthropology Collection and Biological Anthropology Lab; Farmington River Valley Archaeological Lab; Archaeology Lab for African and African Diaspora Studies (ALAADS); Osteological 3-D scanning laboratory; Completely networked computer lab (Mac and PC formats); State-of-the-art equipped Archaeological field school; Department library, HRAF

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Online Courses
Online Courses: 0
Club / Honor Society
Anthropology Club: 1
Anthropology Club Advisor: Thomas Rein
Lambda Alpha Chapter: 1