We are currently not running a field school in 2018. Please check back in the future for information about the 2019 plans.
Field Work Opportunities
The Ka'Kabish Archaeological Research Project, directed by Dr. Helen R. Haines is a new research project providing participants with the opportunity to see a site before large-scale excavations and restoration have taken place. Work at the site involves mapping of the site and settlement zone, and stratified excavations into the plazas and structures. The project is based in the local village of Indian Church, adjacent to the ruins of Lamanai. Students stay at a local guest house and dine at a small restaurant run by local women.
Students may obtain a ANTH-3000 field school credit through Trent University. Those wishing to do so must arrange this at the time of application. A $100 deposit is required to secure your place. Participation is limited to 16 students.
Watch Video of previous field school students answering questions about their experiences.
Dr. Helen R. Haines Trent University Oshawa 55 Thornton Road Oshawa, Ontario L1J 5Y1