Message #58:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: ASU 1996 Archaeology Field School at Rudd Creek AZ
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 96 09:42:00 MST
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Located  at 7700 ft in the foothills of the White Mountains, near 
Springerville, in East-Central Arizona.  Undergraduate and graduate training 
in archaeological excavation, artifact recording, analysis, research, 
expeditionary field camp living.  Training emphasis on the development of 
research strategies effective in addressing anthropological questions. 
 Field trips to Zuni and archaeological sites of the Little Colorado River 
region.

The Rudd Creek Project research focus -- understanding the social, economic 
and political organization that characterized 13th Century towns in the 
Little Colorado River region of Arizona, how various towns were linked and 
allied, and how these towns interacted with contemporaneous Western Pueblo 
populations at Hopi, Zuni, and in the Mogollon region to the south.  the 
site was occupied between AD 1200 - 1300, contains 2 or more Great Kivas, 
and exhibits unusual banded masonry architecture.

The field camp will be at Lyman Lake State Park (10 mi south of St. John's 
AZ).  A camp cook will prepare meals.  Students must register for 6 sem hrs 
of graduate or undergraduate credit ($598); a $600 fee covers field expenses 
and transportation from Phoenix to the field camp.  Registration deadline is 
April 5, 1996; Fee payment due before May 1, 1996.  Program limited to 18 
students.

Address application requests to :
 Dr. Todd Howell, ASU Anthropology, Box 872402, Tempe AZ 85287-2402.
 Phone:  (602) 965-6213;  FAX:  (602) 965-7616.

E-mail:
aztlh@asuvm.inre.asu.edu
Todd.Howell@asu.edu