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  Jul 24, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Archaeology|


Courses:


III. Anthropological Archaeology:


IV. Classical, Near Eastern, and Medieval Archaeology:


VI. Relevant Courses at Ithaca College:


Contact Sherene Baugher in Landscape Architecture at sbb8@cornell.edu or the Ithaca College Anthropology Department at (607) 274–1331 for further information or visit their web site at www.ithaca.edu/hs/anthro.

Prehistory of South America. M. Malpass. Every other year.

New World Complex Societies. M. Malpass. Irregular offering.

Archaeological Methods and Techniques. M. Malpass.

Archaeology of Colonial America. S. Stull.

World Prehistory. J. Rossen. Every semester.

North American Prehistory. J. Rossen. Every year.

People, Plants, and Culture: Archaeobotany and Ethnobotany. J. Rossen. Every other year.

Seminar: Hunter-Gatherers. J. Rossen. Every other year.

Seminar: Origins of Agriculture. J. Rossen. Every other year.

Ethnoarchaeology. J. Rossen. Every other year.

Archaeological Field School.



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