Fall 2012 Courses Offered
ANTH-202 "Introduction to Archaeology" Boytner, MW 2:00-3:30pm, GFS 221
-This course reviews how archaeological research is conceived, planned, and carried out, from survey and excavation to analysis of finds and final reconstruction of ancient cultural systems.
ANTH-310 "Archaeology of the Americas" Boytner, TTh 11-12:20
-Pre-Columbian culture from early hunters to the Spanish conquest in major geographical areas of Mexico, Central America, Peru, or the United States.
REL-402 "Cultural Heritage, Religion and Politics in The Middle East" Swartz Dodd
CLAS-465 "Archaeology and Society" Yasin, TTH 11:00-12:20pm, WPH 603
-The interaction of archaeology and contemporary societies through political and moral claims; archaeologists' role as stewards and interpreters of ancient cultures and their remains. Capstone course for the Interdisciplinary Archaeology major. Recommended preparation: background in archaeology, classics, or related field
AHIS-420 "Studies in Ancient Art" Pollini, F 2:00-4:50pm, VKC 379
-In-depth exploration of specified topics within the area of Ancient art and architecture.
AHIS-427 "Archaeological Theories, Methods, and Practice" Pollini, Th 2:00-4:50pm, VKC 379
-Various theoretical approaches, methods, and practice of archaeology in a seminar style format, with lectures, oral presentations, and museum visits.
- USC Archaeology Research Center