Session III: 7/10/17 - 8/18/17
This class is a general introduction to the field of anthropology, the study of humanity. It is designed to pique your interest in the broad diversity of human behavior and lifestyles across the world and throughout time. This course will take a look at our four major subfields - archaeology, linguistic anthropology, physical anthropology, and cultural anthropology - and include discussions on our "youngest" subfield, applied anthropology. The goal of this class is to understand the wide range of issues covered by the fields of anthropology, the ways in which these issues are studied by specialists in the field, and the practical effects of the questions covered by anthropological study. In order to survey such a wide range of issues, the class is structured in a standard lecture format, with small group exercises and class discussions.
APY 338 Undergradaute Reg.#12195
APY 538 Graduate Reg. #12620
Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Fillmore Academic Center 262
Session 1: 5/30/17 - 7/7/17
Instructor Dr. Douglas Perrelli
Field Research Archaeology provides an intensive and rewarding archaeological field and lab experience for undergraduate (UG) students interested in archaeology as an academic major, and as a career option in the field of Cultural Resource Management (CRM). Field school is geared towards undergraduate and graduate students with interests in North American Archaeology or related fields including history, geology, geography, soil science and the natural sciences. The goal is to introduce students to the techniques of archaeological site location, artifact identification, excavation, mapping, and material analysis in a fun but rigorous academic and applied setting.