[ Lessons from Ancient Environments | Environmental Archaeology | Maya/Central American Zooarchaeology | Past Courses ]
     
 
There are so many exciting things to learn about the world of environmental archaeology and Mesoamerica. Join me in one of my current courses at the University of Florida, read through the topics of the courses I’ve taught before at SUNY Potsdam and Cornell University, or participate as an intern or volunteer in some of my on-going research projects at the Florida Museum of Natural History!
 
 
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA COURSES:
 
Maya/Central American Zooarchaeology
Learn how archaeological animal remains can unlock the mystery of the ancient cultures of Mesoamerica
   
Environmental Archaeology
Learn how we reconstruct ancient landscapes and human-environment interactions from archaeological garbage heaps (also known as "middens")...
   
Lessons from Ancient Environments
Learn from the successes and failures of ancient environmental management as it is revealed in the archaeological record.
   
Ancient Maya Animals
  [being developed] Animals as Maya totems, symbols, food, medicine, and tools …
 
 
PAST COURSES:
 
Zooarchaeology
  Fangs, claws, and so much more...
 
Introduction to Archaeology
  Was Indiana Jones really an archaeologist? Want to know about the lives of real archaeologists? Join us!
   
Ancient People and Places
  Exciting people, cool places...it's your archaeological past...learn about it!
 
Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America
  Temples of Doom? Explore the mysteries of Maya archaeology in the jungle!
   
 
INDEPENDENT STUDIES AND INTERNSHIPS
   
 

Learning about the ancient world comes from more than simple course work. I also offer opportunities for graduate students, undergraduates, and volunteers to join me in my research either in the lab or in the field.

The University of Florida Anthropology Department offers advanced degrees in archaeology, and the Environmental Archaeology Program of the Florida Museum of Natural History offers opportunities for interns, workstudy students, and volunteers. for more information.

   
 
   
 
 
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