Date: 10 May – 25 June 2021
This six-week online course organised by SEAMEO SPAFA is designed to give an overview about the archaeology of human bones in Southeast Asia and the principles of proper on-site excavation and conservation. Students can follow the lessons at their own pace, which are delivered online via asynchronous video lectures, readings and quizzes. Certificates are given upon successful completion of the required assessments within the course duration.
This course will also be a foundation requirement for future advanced field trainings conducted by SEAMEO SPAFA. You will need an email address and access to the internet to undertake this course. The course content will be delivered over Google Classroom, and email will be the primary form of communication.
This course is designed as an introduction-level course into human remains in the archaeology of Southeast Asia. It may be particularly useful for:
Practicing field archaeologists, especially those who do not have experience with human remains, or who will be working with human remains in the near future
Advanced students in archaeology who do not have experience with human remains, or who will be working with human remains in the near future