1. University of Virginia
  2. Arts & Sciences

ANTH 5880

Explores the range of case studies and theoretical literature associated with the emergence of gender as a framework for research in archaeology.

ANTH 5870

Laboratory training in techniques and methods used in analyzing animal bones recovered from archaeological sites. Include field collection, data analysis, and the use of zooarchaeological materials in reconstructing economic and social systems.

ANTH 5860

Critical review of the theoretical and methodological issues involved in the archaeological study of ceramics. Includes ceramic production and exchange, and the uses of ceramics in the study of social interactions.

ANTH 5850

A review of archaeological approaches to systems of production, exchange, and consumption. Discusses data from both the Old and New Worlds.

ANTH 5840

Examines archaeological approaches to the study of complex societies using case studies from both the Old and New Worlds.

ANTH 5830

Reviews and analyzes archaeological data used in the reconstruction of ancient Middle Eastern societies.

ANTH 5820

Studies the prehistory of the American southwest, emphasizing cultural development, field techniques, and particular sites.

ANTH 5810

Studies the prehistory of the eastern woodlands region, emphasizing cultural development and change. Discussions of archaeological field techniques and methods, and examination of sites in the vicinity of the University.

ANTH 5808

Investigates current theory, models, and research methods in anthropological archaeology.

ANTH 5807

Considers how archaeological thinking reflects, and is related to, more general ethnological theory.


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