Archaeology in AntarcticaThe book details for the first time all past archaeological work in Antarctica, relating to both its use for conservation and research purposes, drawing on published, unpublished and oral information. This work has addressed historic and current scientific bases, explorers’ huts, whaling stations and sealing shelters. The ongoing and long-term research on the sealing shelters and sites in the South Shetland Islands features prominently.
Archaeology ProgramBoston University’s Archaeology Program offers courses that cover various regions, time periods, materials, and methods of analysis. Our faculty and students reflect these diverse interests. With multidisciplinary interests spanning Classics, Anthropology, History of Art, and Biology, our faculty bring breadth of knowledge and expertise to the classroom.
Anthropology DepartmentFor decades, the Department of Anthropology of Boston University has been home to distinguished faculty who pursue excellence in teaching and produce cutting-edge anthropological research. We are proud to be one of a handful of academic institutions in the country to provide and promote a four-field approach to the discipline by engaging in sociocultural, biological, archaeological, and linguistic anthropology.
BU Center for Remote SensingThe Center for Remote Sensing is the nexus for research, education, and training in the science and application of Earth observation data.
Archaeology in OpenBUThe Boston University Institutional Repository contains documents and publications authored or co-authored by BU faculty, students, and staff.
OpenBU is an open access repository, which means that the full text of the work deposited here is freely accessible to the world via the web.
Boston University Center for the Study of Asia"The Center facilitates communication and cooperation among the different Asian Studies sub-fields; provides an administrative structure for raising and managing grants that support the Center’s mandate; maintains the Asian Studies website; provides collaborative affiliation opportunities for Visiting Researchers; develops and manages conferences and cultural events; and works to expand access to Asia-related resources across the university."