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Digging Archaeology at Harvard Yard | Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Tracy and Holly visit with Diana Loren and Patricia Capone of Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and take part in an active dig at Harvard Yard that's part of the school's undergraduate curriculum. MUSIC: ‘I am Running Down the Long Hallway of Viewmont Elementary’ by Chris Zabriskie RELATED LINKS: https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/DV-online Digging Archaeology at Harvard Yard | Stuff You Missed in History Class https://youtu.be/WpBHdq5BZdQ
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lightningxsparks (1 month ago)
I wish my university did something like this on campus. I have never been able to take the study abroad courses offered by my Anthropology and Archaeology department as they are too expensive. My department requires a fieldwork course for the major and the one I decided to take in the city was a total rip off because thinking we would be learning how to do work on the field, we only learned how to grid and make a map. It's upsetting because I want to be an archaeologist, but by the looks of it I will be graduating with no experience whatsoever on such an essential skill. :/
GHOSTTOYS (1 month ago)
smart women .... what about smart scientist .....
CrankyPants (1 month ago)
That's a great program. Very interesting for those lucky students.
kcthewanderer (1 month ago)
Pea-bdy? I've never heard that pronunciation before.
kcthewanderer (1 month ago)
+HowStuffWorks True, that.
HowStuffWorks (1 month ago)
^___^ We've found that everywhere is rife with odd pronunciations.
kcthewanderer (1 month ago)
Huh. Turn out that Massachusetts is rife with odd pronunciations. http://www.worcestermass.com/pronounce/essexcounty.shtml
Dave Taylor (1 month ago)
Great follow up video to a fascinatinc podcast. So neat that the students get to do this on campus. Is that a Star Wars themed sweater I see?
Dave Taylor (1 month ago)
HowStuffWorks That's what I thought
HowStuffWorks (1 month ago)
On Holly, the answer to that question is almost always yes.
Sri Nitin (1 month ago)
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