These are just some of the archaeology field schools in the Americas that can be considered for the Elfrieda Frank Scholars Archaeology summer program:

Field School Program in Peru

The Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology

Texas Tech Field School near Navasota, Texas.

Arizona State University field school in New Mexico

Great Dismal Swamp – American U. archaeology field school (near Norfolk, VA)

Foothill Ecuador Program

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Colorado

The Abbe Museum in Gouldsboro, ME has a one-week field school usually in August focusing on Wabanaki Indian sites:

Northern Great Basin Archaeology Field School, U. Oregon:

UNC South American Archaeology Field School, Peru:

More Field School Programs in Peru — Archaeology in San Jose de Moro

Inca’s Pachacamac Fieldschool

IEP Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

Preservation Virginia and the University of Virginia, Jamestown Field School (Note: a Colby alumnus is a staff archaeologist on this dig and Colby students have worked here successfully in the past.)

Institute for Field Research, Mexico-Ethnohistory: a program that looks at the integration of archaeological research with art history, ethnohistory, and ethnography

**Many other opportunities can be found at:  The Archaeological Institute of America

This site lists field schools geographically — click on the map to find opportunities in locations that interest you.

**More geographic listings of field schools can be found at: