Choose a book-length report on an archaeological site. This can be a site report found in the library or online, but it must be created by a reputable archaeologist and be substantial (200+ pages at least). When you find a Site Report you want to use, make sure you check with Dr. Chenoweth first about whether it's appropriate for this assignment.
Be aware that many site reports are not available online, you'll only be able to access their citations and abstracts. Don't get frustrated, just keep searching. Research is a trial and error process.
Here are some suggestions on where to look for interesting site reports:
2. Search the UM-Dearborn Library Catalog to see site reports available here on campus
3. Search in Site Report Databases
4. Or, Google up some terms or places you find interesting!