University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Category: Students in the Field


Seven Days of Senwosret – Lisa Saladino Haney

Objects in storage at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Photo by Author.

By: Anne Tiballi

With support from the Penn Museum, I was able to further the research I began in 2014 on the statuary of the pharaoh Senwosret III and his son Amenemhet III. This July, I traveled to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore to view a series of statues and […]


Contemplating the Void: Peopling the Past in Living History Museums – Lise Puyo

Caption: Diorama of two men exchanging wampum and beaver furs, at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum. Photo by Marge Bruchac.

By: Margaret Bruchac

Every year the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. Report from the field […]


Wampum Field Report Part 2: Kaianerasere’Kówa – Stephanie Mach

Richard W. Hill Sr. explaining wampum imagery to the author. Photo by Dr. Bruchac.

By: Stephanie Mach

Every year the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. This is Part 2 […]


Wampum Field Report Part 1: Blueberry Stands, Beaver Dams, and Mannequins – Stephanie Mach

Sarah Parkinson (left) and Stephanie Mach studying ROM 911.3.130.B. Photo by Dr. Bruchac.

By: Stephanie Mach

Every year the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. This season I continued […]


A Tale of Two Sacred Sites – Anna Sitz

Sieve, Corinth (Photo: P. Katz)

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. An archaeologist’s life […]


Bienvenidos a La Selva – Whit Schroder

Mapping El Infiernito with a Total Station. Photo by Saul Ascencio

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. When we left […]


Digging in the Spanish Countryside – Kamillia Scott

Osteology seminar

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. Never have I […]


Archaeology of Central Asia: Excavations in Xinjiang Part 2 – Annie Chan

Taking some aerial shots for 3D reconstruction.

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. August 23, 2015 […]


Updates from Thrace: Macedonian-Style Tombs after Amphipolis – Samual Holzman

The dromos and antechamber of the tumulus at Stavroupoli

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. For the last […]


Two Weeks on “Negro House Hill”: Historical Archaeology at Marshall’s Pen, Jamaica – Elizabeth Clay

House platform. Photo Credit: Zach Beier

By: Sarah Linn

Every year, the Penn Museum provides support to Penn undergraduates and graduate students as they deepen their understanding of the human experience outside the Museum’s walls. Follow these blog posts from our intrepid young scholars as they report on the sights and sites that they encounter throughout their travels in the field. With support from […]


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