Jul 20, 2019  
2018-2019 College of Liberal Arts 
    
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ESS 331 - Archaeology and Sustainable Culture

4 credits
Through Archaeology scholars reconstruct, examine, query and confront the record of past human-environment interactions. Placing these interactions in an historical context brings a long-term perspective to bear on contemporary issues. This course examines critically this record of human adaptations through time and across the globe with a particular focus on the ancient Americas. The view of archaeology is that the experiences of these ancient societies offer useful lessons about past choices which should affect the choices made today. Enrollment priority: Enrollment priority given to majors or minors in Anthropology Prerequisite: ANTH+103 or 104 or permission of instructor Offered Spring semester in alternate years. Same as:  ANTH 331 ​  CLA-Writing Intensive



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