Major & Minor
Earn a BA degree or take coursework in archaeology, technology, and historical structures.
Student research covers a range of topics, from water-driven manufacturing in Upstate New York to structural analysis of Gothic cathedrals.
We regularly host faculty and speakers from around the world during the academic year.
ATHS Public Lecture
Science in Archaeology at Jamestown Rediscovery
Join the Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures Program on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at noon in the ME conference room, Hopeman 224 for a public lecture by Dr. David Givens, Director of Archaeology, Jamestown Rediscovery.
Sponsored by the Archaeology, Technology, and Historical Structures Program and the Departments of History, Religion and Classics, and Mechanical Engineering. Refreshments will be served.Abstract
Professor Stefanie Bautista Releases Coedited Book—Quilcapampa: A Wari Enclave in Southern Peru
In the ninth century AD, settlers from the heartland of the Wari Empire founded Quilcapampa, a short-lived site overlooking the Sihuas River in southern Peru. The contributors to this volume present excavation and survey data from in and around Quilcapampa that challenge long-held models of both Wari statecraft and the mechanisms that engendered the widespread societal changes of the era.Continue Reading