How do we know what we know about the past?
What was the life of everyday people like?
Why does knowing the past help us prepare for the future?
- Explore examples from all different areas of the world, and all throughout time
- Perfect for students interested in History, Forensic Science, Tourism Studies, Environmental Studies, and more
- Coursework spread throughout the quarter, no major exams
- Great transfer class!
About this Course
Covers basic archaeological method and theory and reviews the techniques used for investigating the past. Focuses on the interpretation and assessment of archaeological data. Includes the development of technology and food production, the origins of complex societies and the resulting social inequalities, and the evolution of cultural systems. Includes some of the major contributions of archaeology and discusses the relevance of archaeology to everyday life.
- Course Name: ATH102
- CRN: 52334
- Date: Winter 2017
- Course Delivery: Online
- Instructor: Colleen Cummings
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Winter Term Registration begins December 6.