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Paleolithic Fieldschool Leads

paula miller
 

In a message dated 5/11/99 1:49:47 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
shovelbums@... writes:

<< sage: 2
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 18:42:11 PDT
From: "Cathy Peterson" <cornpatchkid@...>
Subject: Re: Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads

I'm sorry that I can't help you, but I'll keep my ears and eyes open!

Cathy

>From: petravic@... (petravic)
>Reply-To: shovelbums@...
>To: <shovelbums@...>
>Subject: [shovelbums] Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads
>Date: Sun, 9 May 1999 17:54:09 -0500
>
>From: petravic@... (petravic)
>
>
>
>Hello to all,
>
>This might possibly be off the track for shovelbums, but does anybody know
>of a good fieldschool for Palaeolithic France, or eastern Europe. I really
>want to find something with a classroom component as well as practical
>experience. I have a BA in anthro, teach secondary hist, anthro, & bio, and
>have worked at a site in Croatia. Plan to return there this September
>barring continued/escalating mayhem in the area, but I would also like to
>work earlier, during the summer months. Any leads would be helpful and
>thanks in advance : )
>
>Trace Clark
>petravic@...
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>Ou sont les neiges d'antan? Ils sont ici! Villon
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> >>

My roommate attended a summer field school in France through the University
of Pennsylvania, two or three years ago. Dr. Harold Dibble was the
instructor. I'll try to find out more info for you! He also went to France
several years before that, through University of Iowa.