ANTH 3290 - Archaeology of the Americas
This course examines the archaeology of the Americas from the arrival of the first peoples until European contact. It will focus on adaptations to a changing physical and social environment, including technological changes and the development of agriculture, the rise of large-scale societies and long-distance trade, and the emergence of social ranking systems. Examples will be drawn primarily from North America but may include Mesoamerican and South American case studies as well. Prerequite(s): ANTH 1102 or ANTH 2011 or permission of the instructor.
Grade Mode: Normal, Audit
Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ANTH1102 >= D or ANTH2011 >= D
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0
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