Courses: North American Archaeology (ANTHB204001)

Fall 2013

Class Number: 1062
For millennia, the North American continent has been home to a vast diversity of Native Americans. From the initial migration of big game hunters who spread throughout the continent more than 12,000 years ago to the high civilizations of the Maya, Teotihuacan, and Aztec, there remains a rich archaeological record that reflects the ways of life of these cultures. This course will introduce the culture history of North America as well as explanations for culture change and diversification. The class will include laboratory study of North American archaeological and ethnographic artifacts from the College’s Art and Archaeology collections.
Div: I; Approach: Inquiry into the Past (IP);
Enrollment Limit: 25; Enrollment Criteria: Sophomore; Junior;
Senior; Major/Minor/Concentration; Lottery; Instructor Permission;

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 1062 Div: I; IP;


Anthropology (Web site)

Taught By

Davis,Richard S.


Bryn Mawr, DAL6

Meeting Times

MWF 9:00am-10:00am