Archaeology – the study of the human past – is a vibrant field of study at Harvard, with faculty, programs and facilities located in the Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Natural Sciences. Students may draw upon a multitude of disciplines to further their interest in studying and understanding the human past either at the level of a major, within any one of several disciplines, or to pursue work at the level of a Secondary Field in Archaeology. This website will help students identify the many resources and programs offering course work and research opportunities in the archaeology of ancient societies around the world.
Advising Resources and Expectations
The Standing Committee oversee Secondary Fields in Archaeology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For more information, please contact the Secondary Field Adviser in Archaeology, Professor Jason Ur at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students interested in or intending to pursue a secondary field in Archaeology should first review their programs of study with SCA Coordinator by emailing email@example.com by the beginning of their next to last semester.