ANTH 331 - Topics in Archaeological Theory and Method
The theoretical underpinnings of anthropological archaeology and the use of theory in studying particular bodies of data. The focus ranges from examination of published data covering topics such as architecture and society, the origin of complex society, the relationship between technology and ecology to more laboratory-oriented examination of such topics as archaeometry, archaeozoology, or lithic technology. April Beisaw.
May be repeated for credit if the topic has changed.
Prerequisites: previous coursework in Anthropology or Environmental Studies, or permission of the instructor.
Not offered in 2017/18.
One 2-hour period plus one 4-hour lab.
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