She grew up in Washington, D. She has a passion for education and archaeology with work experience at various educational programs, museums, and cultural resource management companies. She has archaeological field experience in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and southern Jordan.
Her professional interests include archaeological education, public outreach, historic preservation, Southwest archaeology, the protohistoric era, and historical photography. Meet all of our archaeologists and educators. Shared, modern shower and toilet facilities are located in a separate building adjacent to the hogans.
The hogans are set amid juniper and pinyon trees on our campus. Private rooms are not available and, depending on enrollment, couples might not be housed together. Room assignments are made approximately two weeks before the program and are based on the number of people and programs in a given week.
Rooming requests will be honored if possible, but special arrangements cannot be guaranteed. You must provide your own bedding and towels. Saturday lunch and dinner, as well as Sunday breakfast and lunch, will be on your own. All campus facilities except the learning centers are fully heated, and classrooms are artificially cooled. The sleeping quarters are not artificially cooled, but the temperature in this area usually drops significantly at night.
All indoor facilities are smoke-free. Wildfires are a real danger in our area; if you smoke, please do so only in the designated smoking area, at the picnic table behind the lodge. Smoking by minors under age 18 is prohibited. Meals will be provided on campus as usual. We can provide information about local accommodations, or you may visit Mesa Verde Country for information.
Meals Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served each day. On-campus meals are served cafeteria-style in the lodge; dinner and lunches include a salad bar and a vegetarian entree. Fresh fruit, lemonade, iced tea, and coffee are available on campus all day. If you are working at the site, snacks, water, and a picnic lunch sandwiches, fresh fruit, chips, and cookies are provided. Juice, spring water, and soda are available from the vending machine behind the lodge.
Crow Canyon dining consistently receives rave reviews! If you have special dietary needs, please contact us before your program. We are able to accommodate most special diets, but some may require you to bring supplemental foods. Getting You and Your Gear to Crow Canyon Location Crow Canyon is located amidst majestic mountains, mesas, and canyons about 4 miles northwest of the town of Cortez in southwestern Colorado.
Driving to Crow Canyon Highways link Cortez to cities in all directions. Crow Canyon will provide shuttle transportation to and from both airports at no extra charge to program participants. Alternatively, you may fly into one of the following cities and rent a car: Activity Level Archaeological fieldwork requires physical exertion: You will work at your own pace, but the experience will be more enjoyable if you are in good physical condition. If you do not exercise regularly, you might improve your conditioning by taking consecutively longer walks at home before the program begins.
If you have any questions or concerns about your ability to participate in this program, please call one of our sales and enrollment specialists at Local Environment, Climate, and Weather Crow Canyon is located in the high desert, where deep sandstone canyons dissect pinyon-, juniper-, and sage-covered plains, all against the distant backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. The campus and excavation site are located at an elevation of feet; the elevation of Mesa National Park ranges from to feet.
This page provides information on and publications relating to this research. Spirits of the Dead It was important to people on many levels of Roman society that, when they died, their memory be preserved for future generations, and to that end numerous and varied funerary monuments were commissioned, carved and set up in the cemeteries of towns, villages and rural estates of Roman Europe.
Utilisation of ancient DNA Utilisation of ancient DNA from charred seeds in studies of the phylogenetics and population genetics of cultivated plants. Vedrovice project Biological and cultural identity of first farmers: Venus in Pompeii Nemus et templum: Exploring the sacred garden of Venus in Pompeii - The garden of Venus at Pompeii is demonstrably one of the earliest known temple gardens in the Roman empire.
West Halton Since we have undertaken fieldwork at West Halton. Our investigations on the green, and elsewhere in the village, have revealed a nearly unbroken 1, year sequence of occupation from the Saxon period until the 16th century, which is a comparatively rare feature of medieval settlements in this part of Lincolnshire.
Back to the top. The Alberese Archaeological Project, started in , was established to identify Roman settlement trends in coastal South Tuscany. The ArchAtlas project aims to provide a visual summary of spatial processes in prehistoric and early historic times, such as the spread of farming, the formation of trade contacts, and the growth of urban systems, and to illustrate the locations of key archaeological sites.
The aim of this project is to investigate the possibility that years ago the Bronze Age copper miners at the Great Orme and Parys Mountain in North Wales were incomers from as far afield as the Balkans and Spain. Evolutionary origins of Agriculture. An ERC-funded collaborative project the universities of Sheffield and Manchester investigating the selective pressures driving the domestication of crops through archaeobotany, experimental ecology and DNA analysis.
A project which examines the catchment areas of livestock brought to Stonehenge through the analysis of isotopes in cattle teeth to establish seasonality patterns of animal culling at this major ceremonial site. This project investigates the role and significance of newborn children and infants in the Roman family and society. This project investigates the buildings, the economy, the living conditions and the role of slave labour on a Roman imperial estate in S-E Italy Puglia.
A major community-based project undertaking a comprehensive review of the nationally significant 17th-century siegeworks surrounding Newark-on-Trent. A NERC-funded collaborative project that aims to develop an ecological model for crop domestication. People and Animals at Norton Priory. An EU-funded, international research project Clothing and Identities.
Aegean archaeology has had a prominent role at Sheffield for almost thirty years. An AHRC-funded cultural engagement project which focuses on the history of working-class Sheffield, socialism in the city, the life and times of Edward Carpenter and the more recent history of political activism in Sheffield. South African Palaeocave Survey. A project based in South Africa to locate cave features which may contain undisturbed hominid and other fossil deposits. The role of animal husbandry in late Iron Age and Roman societies.
The role of animal husbandry in late Iron Age and Roman societies: This project is applying a new dental isotope analysis method to test the hypothesis that infants buried in special locations around the walls of early medieval churches were yet to be weaned. The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project. The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project is a multidisciplinary, community-led archaeological investigation of the 13th century charnel chapel situated beneath Rothwell Parish Church, Northants.
An excavation of the medieval and early modern features of Thornton Abbey in Lincolnshire. The aim of this project is to produce a review of the animal bone evidence for Central England from Mesolithic to Modern times. The Bradbourne Landscape Project is situated in the Peak District of Derbyshire, and maintains a long tradition of Departmental research on the Roman and medieval periods in this area.
Following the recent publication of the 17th-century glass furnace from Vauxhall, this project is collating the archaeological evidence for post-medieval glass production in the capital.
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