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AN 207 - North American Archaeology


Credits: 3
An introduction to the historical depth and variety of cultures that characterize human settlement in North America prior to Columbus’s “discovery” of it. An explicitly ecological framework is applied to an analysis of the development of regionally diverse cultures. Contemporary issues involved with the interpretation of Native traditions through archeology are also considered. An explicitly comparative framework developed through the course enables students to arrive at a number of seminal cross-regional generalizations.
Note(s): (Designated a non-Western culture course; fulfills social sciences requirement).
S. Hart, H. Hurst



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