9TR610D Archaeology of Hawaii: Oahu and th Big Island info session
February 20 - 25, 2015. Join us to explore amazing archaeological sites on Oahu and then fly to Hawaii's Big Island to continue our days of investigation. This adventure is limited to 8 people so plan for a personal tour and lots of fun.
Visit many types of sites including ceremonial structures and restored village areas, as well as sites where rock art gives silent testimony to times past. We will explore agricultural areas where early inhabitants cultivated foods that were important both culturally and for subsistence. Then, while viewing unrestored fishponds and deserted villages, we will use the paths that were utilized in prehistoric and early historic times. We will walk among artifacts such as salt collection bowls and archaeological features like fishing shrines, learning of other cultures and other times as we tour. We will be on the lookout for sea turtles and humpback whales, as they are prevalent this time of year! The afternoons will be yours to enjoy before we meet again for dinner. Trip includes airfare, transfers, hotel and rental car (shared), travel insurance, park fees and guided tours by archaeologist Alison Stenger from the Institute for Archaeological Studies.
- Write down the CRNs (ex. 22398) of your selected classes to register.
|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates|
|17900||CLIMB Ctr / CLIMB / 301||10:00 AM-10:50 AM||Sa||10-Jan-2015 thru 10-Jan-2015|
Instructor: Alison T Stenger
Tuition: $0.00 Fees: $0.00