ANTH 4235 - Landscape Archaeology uri icon

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  • Explores how humans and the environment have influenced each other throughout history. Considers what landscapes are, how archaeologists study them, and why such study is important. Examines the most prominent theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of landscapes and explores a series of different types of landscapes, including sacred landscapes, political landscapes, and landscapes of movement. Previously offered as a special topics course. Recommended prerequisite: ANTH 2200.