Courses

ANTH-4330 (3) Human Ecology: Archaeological Aspects

Surveys archaeological approaches to ecology, economy, and landscape: glaciation, geomorphology, and other physical processes creating and affecting sites and regions; environmental reconstruction; theories of human-environment interaction; landscape formation by forager, agricultural, and complex societies; and ideologically structured landscapes. Prereq., ANTH 2200. Restricted to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Same as ANTH 5330. Prerequisites: Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior).