Cultural processes involved in both the Neolithic and Urban Revolutions that led to the emergence of state-level societies and the world's greatest civilizations.
An in-depth study of the world of biblical times with emphasis on relationships between places and events. The course will involve readings, lectures, and both travel to and archaeological study of important sites in biblical history.
See REL 3303 for course information.
Integration of archaeological investigation with primary historical sources as applied to subjects ranging from colonial to modern times.
A combination of group seminars and individual or group research projects.
See REL 4302 for course information.
See ANT 4340 for course information.
See ANT 4353 for course information.
See ANT 4V16 for course information.
Current topics in archaeological research. May be repeated once for credit up to a total of six semester hours provided topic is different.