Archaeology at WWC
The Berry Site
Exploring Joara Foundation
The Archaeology of World Cultures class takes a field trip out to George Stuart's farm every fall to add another stone to a megalith circle. See pictures from their adventures:
The Traditional Agriculture class saw a demonstration of traditional technologies on April 7, 2007. Click here to see pictures.
The Archaeological Methods class made and fired their own pottery in 2001. Click here to read about it and see pictures.
Warren Wilson College students went to a primitive technology workshop at Nelson Heritage Park in Hayesville, NC on April 16, 2011. Click here to see pictures.
The Archaeological Methods class helped Alice Wright, a University of Michigan grad student, conduct shovel tests for her dissertation fieldwork on February 13, 2011. Click here to see pictures.
The Native Americans of the Southeast class in fall of 2013 took a trip to the Catawba Meadows Interpretive Center in Morganton, NC to learn about Native American technologies and play Native American games. Click here to see pictures.