The Archaeology Department hosts a variety of labs, some of which are helmed by anthropology faculty. The labs listed below are three such labs that are run by our faculty. Head to the archaeology department website for a more comprehensive list and explanation of all archaeology labs offered.

The Environmental Archaeology Lab (CAS 348), run by Professor John Marston, is used for the analysis of archaeological plant remains.

Prof. John Marston also runs the Paleoethnobotany Wet Lab (CAS 335) for the chemical analysis of plant remains.

The Zooarchaeology Lab (CAS 230) is run by Professor Catherine West for the analysis of archaeological animal bones.