Introduction to Archeology

Anthropology 103

Usual Description

An introduction to the subfield of anthropology concerned with past human cultures. A basic objective is to acquaint students with both the methods and techniques that archeologists employ in the study and reconstruction of prehistoric societies. Examples will be drawn from a variety of archeological situations ranging from simple hunting and gathering societies to complex chiefdoms and states. Matters of contemporary debate in the area of archeology and the public will also be considered.

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Anthropology 103
Anthropology 103 Taught by Joshua Wright
Anthropology 103 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 103 Taught by Allison Davis
Anthropology 103 Taught by Allison Davis
Anthropology 103 Taught by Allison Davis
Anthropology 103 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 103 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 103 Taught by Amy Margaris
Anthropology 103 Taught by Amy Margaris