Anthropology
 

Archaeology of Europe

Archaeology of Europe
Cultural developments of temperate Europe from prehistory to the Roman expansion; lectures and case studies highlight issues related to environmental change, the introduction of farming, population movement, and the emergence of increasingly complex socio-economic systems.
ANTHR
385
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining ANTHR 385
Course Outcomes: 

Archaeology of Europe

-Students will develop a working knowledge of the major periods, developments, and interpretive themes related to prehistoric Europe.

-Students will develop an understanding of the history that has shaped and guided the development of modern Europe.

-Students will gain a greater appreciation of how archaeological evidences can be used in resonstructing this history.

-Students will apply skills and knowledge introduced in foundation courses such as ANTHR 110 and ANTHRO 215 to the archaeological study of Europe.

-Students will further develop skills in critical thinking, research, and argumentative writing.

-Students will improve their abilities to develop and complete indivdiual learning agendas.