ANTH 142: Archaeology of Colonialism
Examines theoretical perspectives, issues, and interpretations in archaeological study of the interaction between indigenous peoples, European colonists, and enslaved Africans. Topics include disease, power, resistance, colonial institutions, multi-ethnic communities, and gender relations in diverse native engagements with colonists and others from a variety of homelands.
Prerequisite: ANTH 003 or junior standing or consent of instructor.
Fall 2017 course scheduling information
Spring 2018 course scheduling information
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