Morocco, France, Indonesia
Message from Rob Scott regarding Field Schools:
A principal initiative of the Anthropology Department is to offer Study Abroad opportunities for students. These are potentially life-changing experiences and are an opportunity to do a bit of field work and learn outside of our traditional classrooms.
Watch for more news about study abroad programs as travel begins to open up. Bigel award funds may be used for the cost of any of these programs.
These are our programs:
Fez Morocco Ethnographic Field School
Learn ethnographic methods in historic Fez, Morocco.
Paléontologie en France
Excavate fossils and learn French.
Primates, Ecology, and Conservation in Indonesia
Study orangutans in the wild.
MORE ON FIELD SCHOOLS BELOW
- Explore how and why anthropological research is conducted in Morocco
- Explore relationship between theory, methods, and findings, and practice research methods
- Conduct short-term ethnographic research project
- Study sustainable approaches to forest, wildlife, and marine management
- Collect data and samples on wild orangutans
- Participate in field course with faculty and students from Universitas Nasional Jakarta (UNAS)
- Study African wildlife and conservation
- Work with resident experts across vast array of habitats and primate species
- Explore debates around wildlife preservation in East Africa and emerging innovative solutions