ANTH 2714 - Field Methods in Archaeology
1 Course Unit(s)
Field Methods in Archaeology offers guided instruction in fundamental field methods, strategies and techniques used by archaeologists to recover and document cultural remains, and critically engages the potential biases, implications, and caveats associated with them. Students will engage in hands-on archaeological field work, learning and practicing mapping techniques, basic excavation and recording techniques, and basic laboratory techniques. In addition, students will participate and critique the ways in which a problem-oriented scientific research project is developed.
General Education Requirement(s): IV
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