Development of archaeology from the 19th century to the present including concepts of form, space and time, intellectual attitudes, current systems theory, and research strategies. Prerequisites: ANTH 024 and one 100-level Anthropology course, or HST 121, HST 122, or HST 149, or HP 201, or graduate standing in Historic Preservation Program.

Subject

ANTH

Course Number

210

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Scott Van Keuren Spring 2018 14754
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Scott Van Keuren Spring 2016 14757
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Nathaniel VanValkenburgh Spring 2014 14037
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Scott Van Keuren Spring 2011 13636
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Francis Robinson Spring 2010 14535
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Scott Van Keuren Spring 2009 13929
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Deborah Blom Fall 2008 93544
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Scott Van Keuren Spring 2008 11664
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Deborah Blom Fall 2006 90296
ANTH 210 A Archaeological Theory Deborah Blom Fall 2004 90134

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