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Title: ANSO 107-01, Becoming Human: Archaeology and the Origins of Culture, Fall 1999
Authors: Kus, Susan M.
Keywords: Anthropology and Sociology, Department of;Syllabus;Academic departments;Text;Archaeology;1999 Fall;Curriculum
Issue Date: 25-Aug-1999
Publisher: Memphis, Tenn. : Rhodes College
Series/Report no.: Syllabi CRN
Abstract: COURSE STATEMENT This course is intended to be an introduction to the methods and theories of anthropological archaeology. This course will also explore current explanations and available data on the origins of culture from 5 million years ago until the beginnings of plant and animal domestication (approximately 10,000 years ago.) (A Term II course on the archaeology of complex societies explores in depth the other major archaeological problem foci of the beginnings of agriculture and the development of states and civilizations.) You will be briefly introduced to the topics of agricultural origins and the development of rank and class societies in the last section of the course that will focus on the archaeology of the Southeastern United States.
Description: This syllabus was submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.
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