Anthropology
 

Archaeology of the Ancient Aegean and Greece

Archaeology of the Ancient Aegean and Greece
Bronze Age Aegean through the Classical and Hellenistic eras. Archaeological sites, artifacts, and monuments of the Mediterranean region impacted by Greek civilization. Classical archaeological methodologies associated with the study, excavation, and interpretation of these cultures.
ANTHR
376
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 RecommendedAnthr 215.
 TaughtWinter odd years
 ProgramsContaining ANTHR 376
Course Outcomes: 

Course Objectives

-Students will learn the archaeology and cultural contexts of the ancient Aegean and Greek worlds, including Classical Archaeological methodologies and theory.

-Students will analyze the contributions that Greek culture, religion, art, and architecture, have played in the development of world history and society.

-Students will critically analyze previous field methodologies in Aegaean and Greek archaeology through selected of field reports, book chapters, etc. of the major archaeologists and sites in this region of the world.

-Students will improve their research and writing skills through the development of a critical research paper of more than 12 pages in length.

-Students will improve their professional speaking skills through an oral class presentation on an assigned topic.