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|ANTH 218 - Archaeology of North America|
This course reviews Pre-Columbian and Historic Era histories and social landscapes of North America. The course begins with a critical overview of anthropological archaeology as a lens through which to study the past. We focus on issues such as the timing and process of the initial peopling of the continent, then moving forward by region we address issues including cultural responses to climate change, foodways, regional systems of exchange, shifts in technology, and development of social hierarchies.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Lecture/Seminar
Social Sciences Division
Archaeology, ES--Humanities/Social Sciences, Environmental Studies, G4, G7
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