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  Aug 23, 2017
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin
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ANTH 005 - (BH) Archaeology: Recovering our Material Past

Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring
Archaeology is the study of the recent and distant past using material remains. The class includes a comprehensive survey of methods and theories used by archaeologists to recover data and interpret past lives through material culture. Case studies and central topics of archaeological research illustrate the materiality of social, economic, and political organization and practice. Because archaeology is conducted in living communities, the final section of this course considers ethics in archaeology and its relevance in the modern world.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Formerly Archaeology: Living in the Material World.)

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