ANTH 387: Zooarchaeology
ANTH 387-001: Zooarchaeology
01:30 PM to 02:45 PM MW
David J. King Hall 2084
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Explores the methods and theories applied in zooarchaeology through integrating hands-on assignments working with a comparative collection. Examines how archaeologists can understand human-animal relationships in the past including their role in reconstructing paleoenvironments, their contribution to ancient foodways, domestication of animals, and ritual uses of fauna. Limited to three attempts.
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