CHP program offering summer field school in Charleston, S.C.
Salve Regina’s cultural and historic preservation program will offer an archeological field school this summer in Charleston, S.C, at the site of St. Giles Kussoe, the New World plantation established by English lord Anthony Ashley Cooper in 1674.
The field school will be held June 1-28. Students will receive training in archeological excavation techniques; learn about the early history of European settlers, Native Americans and enslaved Africans in the southeastern U.S.; and explore the unique historical and cultural landscape of Charleston.
Open to all students with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, the field school fulfills an elective for cultural and historic preservation, sociology and anthropology or American studies majors and serves as a free elective credit for all other majors.
The cost is $3,499, which includes 6 credits of Salve Regina tuition, ground transportation as needed, accommodations at the College of Charleston, four group meals and official excursions and entrance fees.
The deadline to apply for the summer field school is Saturday, Feb. 15. A $1,200 program deposit is due by Friday, March 7, with the remainder of the program fee due by Friday, May 2.
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