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Course Offerings for 2021/22

Note: Refer to the academic calendar for course descriptions. Special topics course description is listed below.

  • AR101: Invitation to Archaeology
  • AR102: Doing Archaeology
  • AR104: Greece: Minotaur to Alexander
  • AR105: Ancient Rome: Not Just Caesar
  • AR201: Amorous Aphrodite to Zesty Zeus
  • AR203: Becoming Human
  • AR216: The Archaeology of Athletics
  • AR217: Artifact Analysis
  • AR221: Archaeology of Greece and Rome
  • AR222: Arch. Mysteries of N. America
  • AR/HI225: History of Ancient Greece
  • AR/HI226: History of Ancient Rome
  • AR228: Who Owns the Past?
  • AR229: Indigenous Archaeology
  • AR246: Environmental Archaeology
  • AR252OC: Life in the Stonehenge Era
  • AR290E: Methodology in Field Archaeology (see description below)
  • AR336: Cultural Resource Management
  • AR337: Archaeology of Religion
  • AR342: Above-Ground Archaeology
  • AR344: Archaeological Science
  • AR364: Investigating Archaeological Landscapes
  • AR370: Introduction to Osteology
  • AR371: Archaeology of Death
  • AR372: Managing Archaeological Collections
  • AR460: Paradigms in Archaeology
  • AR462: Capstone Seminar in Archaeology
  • AR471: Health, Diet, Disease in the Past

Archaeology and Heritage Studies Approved Courses

Special Topics Course Description

AR290e: Methodology in Field Archaeology

This course provides an overview of current methods employed in field archaeology and an overview of their development over time. Focus will include methods employed in excavation, pedestrian survey, and underwater archaeology. We will explore methodological developments in field research across a number of different regions and sub-fields of archaeology to assess how and why particular techniques have developed and consider what the future of field archaeology may be.