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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Jamie Brandon [mailto:tjnjamie@EARTHLINK.NET] Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 12:34 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject: [ANTHRO-L] 2001
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      From: Jamie Brandon [mailto:tjnjamie@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 12:34 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] 2001 Field School at Van Winkle's Mill

      Apologies for  cross-postings. . . .
      Second Announcement:

      A field school in historical archeology at
      Van Winkle's Mill
      a late 19th century Ozark saw mill community.

      Jointly offered by the University of Arkansas Dept. of Anthropology,
      the Arkansas Archeological Survey
      and the University of Texas Dept. of Anthropology

      Archeological Field Session (6 credits)

      July 2 - August 10, 2001

      Description: Survey, excavation, and laboratory training in historical archeology at the Van Winkle site in Beaver Lake State Park near Rogers, Arkansas. Research topics include:

      Archeology and Regional History: Peter Van Winkle and the "modernization" of Northwest Arkansas
      Archeology of the African Diaspora: From enslaved labor to Freedmen in Van Hollow
      Landscape Archeology:  Ideology of place, identity, domination & resistance
      Industrial Archeology: Lumbering, milling, and Ozark forest history & "The most modern and powerful mill in the West"

      See our web page for more information:


      Instructors: Dr. George Sabo III (gsabo@...) & Jamie C. Brandon (jcbrandon@...)

      Fees and Costs: Undergraduate or graduate credit is available. Tuition is $131.00 per credit hour ($786.00) for undergraduate students and $213.00 per credit hour ($1278.00) for graduate students. Out-of-state tuition will be waived for non-resident participants that have not previously enrolled at the University of Arkansas. Temporary dormitory residence can be arranged by contacting Residence Life and Dining Services.

      Please contact either myself or George Sabo if you are interested in attending.

      Thanks for the interest,

      jamie brandon
      I am jcbrandon@...
      Jamie C. Brandon, RPA
      University of Texas at Austin
      Anthropology Department
      Mailing Address:
         Texas Archeological Research Laboratory
         Historical Archeology Lab
         Mail Code R7500
         PRC, Bldg. 5
         Austin, Texas 78712-1100
         (512) 232-9283
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