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CLU22138/CLU33138 Archaeological Fieldwork

Through participation in an archaeological project or other cognate activities such as museum or cultural heritage work, students gain practical experience and skills outside the classroom. The relevant practical work is undertaken over the summer period prior to the academic year to which the credits contribute.
  • Module Organisers:
    • Dr Christine Morris, Dr Hazel Dodge
  • Duration:
    • Summer fieldwork with research paper in Hilary term
  • Contact Hours:
    • Practical module (varied)
  • Weighting:
    • 5 ECTS
  • Assessment:
    • Fieldwork and diary are prerequisites; module is assessed on a research paper

Learning Outcomes

On successful conclusion of this module, students should be able to:

  • Demonstrate basic competence in and understanding of a range of practical archaeological techniques
  • Record and reflect on archaeological skills through a diary format
  • Plan and execute an independent research paper on a topic arising from the completed fieldwork