Join Dr. Carolyn Boyd, author of the Rock Art of the Lower Pecos, and Elton Prewitt, renowned Texas archaeologist, for three weeks of hands-on training in rock art recording techniques, and other aspects of archaeological field work. Students will be immersed in Lower Pecos River prehistoric rock art dating to over 4,000 years old and end each day at the Shumla campus near Comstock, Texas.
Students will learn:
This three-week field school in rock art recording is offered through the Department of Extension Studies at Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, in partnership with Shumla. Designed for both graduate and undergraduate credit, this class is held between the spring and summer semesters at the Shumla campus in southwest Texas. Downloadable flyer at bottom of page.
Earn 3-6 credit hours through Texas State University.
Undergraduate - ANTH 3317 & ANTH 4360
Graduate - ANTH 5317
Students will stay at the Shumla campus for the duration of the course. All lodging and meals will be provided by Shumla.
For more information
For more information on the program, including cost and other expenses see the Shumla website:
|NOTE: Participation in this course requires that students be able to hike across rugged, steep terrain in high temperatures.|