Environmental Archaeology


This course intends to introduce students to lines of evidence used in the interpretation of past landscapes, to discuss how we can conceptualize changing human ecological relations, and to consider how we can identify the influence that humans have on their environment. Special emphasis is placed on human-animal-plant relations using case studies from around the world. Combining both lecture and seminar sessions, this course aims to ensure that students are aware of several of the basic methods of bioarchaeological and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction as well as the application of these methods to the interpretation of past landscapes and human impacts on them.
Course Attributes: EN S; AS SSC; FA SSC; AR SSC

Section 01

Environmental Archaeology - 01
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This course satisfies


Anthropology Global Health and Environment

Course Requirements

Anthropology Major Elective Environment Elective