AnthropologyANTH 281 Landscape Archaeology

"Landscape" has emerged as a unifying concept for the interpretation of such archaeological features at multiple scales of analysis. This course answers these and other questions by examining how "landscapes" have been tackled archaeologically from multiple perspectives (settlement archaeology, "off-site" archaeology, and approaches building on ideas about culture, ideology and power).

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

James Monroe