New evidence from Baffin island suggests an early (pre-Columbian) European presence in the Canadian Arctic, and may represent the earliest evidence of high-temperature nonferrous metalworking in the New World north of Mesoamerica.
Four graduate students from the Applied Archaeological Sciences research group attended the recent Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA) 42nd Annual Meeting hosted by the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB.
The Dean's List is a way of recognizing excellence in students who are registered for a BA or BA Honours degree.
ARCH 2590: Basic Research and Writing about the Archaeological Past is aimed at
introductory level students who are curious about how archaeologists uncover
evidence about the past.
ARCH 3290: Newfoundland and Labrador Prehistory explores the the culture history of Newfoundland and Labrador from about 9,000 years ago until the time of European settlement.
This collection of essays presents new research on the archaeology, history, and contemporary adaptations of Inuit-Métis of central and southeastern Labrador.
Memorial Archaeology undergraduate students have received a demonstration of flintknapping techniques by archaeologist Tim Rast of Elfshot as part of their studies in archaeological techniques, methodology and theory.
The North Atlantic Archaeology Journal
$30.00 regular price
$20.00 for students