ANTH 3500 - World Archaeology3 unit(s)
A critical examination of the development of human societies through the anthropological study of the archaeological record. Emphasizes human prehistory from the Neolithic revolution through the development of complex societies up to European contact and colonialism. Explores how archaeologists integrate diverse theoretical perspectives and evidence from multiple disciplines to reconstruct past lifeways.
Prerequisites: ANTH 2090 or equivalent recommended.
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