Classes in Archaeology

(Please click on department heading to  link to each department or refer to the StanfordBulletin for complete course listings. These departments offer many more archaeology relevant classes that are not listed here. Last updated May 2000.)


The Archaeology Center

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Anthropological Sciences
3, Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology
    5 units, Autumn, John Rick

140, 240 Stone Tools in Prehistory
    5 units, Spring 2000 and alternating years, John Rick

141, Hunter-Gatherers in Archaeological Perspective
    5 units, alternating years, not offered 1999-2000,John Rick

142, Incas and their Ancestors: Peruvian Archaeology
     5 units, Spring 2000 and alternating years, John Rick

149, Archaeological Field Methods
    5 units, Spring 2001 and alternating years, John Rick

242, Beginnings of Social Complexity
    5 units, Winter 2000 and alternating years, John Rick

247, Animal Bones for the Archaeologist (Faunal Analysis)
    5 units, alternating years, not offered 1999-2000,Richard Klein

248, Dating Methods in Archaeology and Paleoanthropology
    5 units, alternating years, not offered 1999-2000,Klein and Bischoff

Classics
33, Landscape: From Art to Archaeology
    4-5 units, Winter 2000, Michael Shanks

34, The City of Rome: A Social Topography
    4-5 units, Autumn 1999, Jennifer Trimble

302, Classical Archaeology: Experience of the Discipline
    4-5 units, Autumn 1999, Michael Shanks

304, Thinking through Archaeology: Key Issues in Theory
    4-5 units, Winter 2000, Michael Shanks

300, Ancient Economies
    4-5 units, Autumn 2000, Joseph Manning

Cultural and Social Anthropology
91/291, Archaeological Field Methods
    5 units, Spring 2000, Chris Matthews

92, Introduction to Approaches in Archaeology
    5 units, Winter 2000, Ian Hodder

272, Objectification: The Study of Material Culture
    5 units, Spring 2000, Ian Hodder

275, Archaeology and Globalism
    5 units, Winter 2000, Ian Hodder

Geophysics
50Q, Stanford Introductory Dialogue: Earthquakes and Archaeologyin the Eastern Mediterranean--Lectures and Field Trip
    2 units, Winter 2000, Amos Nur