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In the summer of 2019, the Department of Anthropology will offer a four-week, six-hour UT credit, Archaeology Field School (Ant f662 Field Archaeology). The field school is designed to introduce students to the prehistory and history of Western Europe and northwestern Iberia. Students will learn basic methods and techniques of fieldwork, laboratory processing and artifact analysis while working at the Civitatis of Bagunte, a hillfort and settlement that spans the Late Bronze Age to the Roman colonization of the area.


Sponsored by College of Liberal Arts


  • ANT 662 - Field Archeology

Academic Information

Courses offered on a rotating basis each year. Summers: ANT f662, Archaeology Field School is offered. Factored into the official UT GPA. The ANT 662 field course carries the Ethics and Leadership and the Global Cultures Flags.


Dr. Mariah Wade was raised in Portugal and has led several international programs in Europe. She has an ongoing comprehensive archaeological and museology program held in cooperation with the department of archaeology of Vila do Conde.

Language(s) of Instruction



Service Learning/Internship

  • Service Learning - No
  • Internship - No


Students are housed in furnished apartments.

Open To

Students from all colleges and schools

Program Cost

2019 Program fee: $2700. The program fee includes all expenses (housing, meals, local transportation, cell phones and all field trips). Students pay a $75 application fee, mandatory health insurance ($19/week), six hours of summer tuition, and their airfare.

Program Dates:

- Summer First
  • May 28, 2019 to June 27, 2019
  • Final Deadline: February 4, 2019

Application Code


Additional Resources

Program Website
Peer Evaluations

Next Step

For more information please contact Prof. Wade at There will be an information sessions on: 10/10 5-6pm SAC 4.174, 10/15 6-7pm SAC 4.174, 11/07 6-7pm SAC 4.174, 11/21 5-6pm SAC 5.118.

Program information above is subject to change