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ANTH 142: Archaeology of Colonialism


Units: 4

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.

Course Details
Repeats Allowed for Credit: 0

Normal Letter Grade with Pass/No Pass option

GE Requirements
  • Approaches to Knowledge: Social Science
  • Intellectual Experience: Scientific Method
  • Approaches to Knowledge: Societies and Cultures of the Past
  • Intellectual Experience: Diversity and Identity
  • Intellectual Experience: Global Awareness
  • Intellectual Experience: Ethics

Requisites and Restrictions
Prerequisite Courses: ANTH 003 or Junior standing
Instructor Permission Required: No


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