Spring 2015

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
ARCH 150-01 Near Eastern Art and Archaeology
Instructor: Christofilis Maggidis
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ARTH 205-04.
1030:TR   DENNY 317
ARCH 218-01 Geographic Information Systems
Instructor: Robyn Burns-Kennedy
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ENST 218 01 and ERSC 218 01.
0900:TR   KAUF 185
1330:R   KAUF 186
ARCH 222-01 Ancient Greek Sculpture
Instructor: Christofilis Maggidis
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ARTH 205-03. A thorough survey of ancient Greek sculpture from 1050 BC to 31 BC, with consideration of both mainland Greece and the Greek colonies (Asia Minor, Pontus, Syria, Phoenice, Egypt, S Italy and Sicily). Daedalic, Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic periods; sculpture in the round and architectural sculpture, monumental and small-scale sculpture. Materials, techniques, and principles; subject matter and iconography, stylistic and technical developments; styles and regional trends; ancient Greek masters and their schools, legendary contests; consideration of ancient literary sources (including readings from Pausanias and Pliny the Elder) and Roman copies of Greek originals. Visits to archaeological collections and Museums; hands-on examination of selected important sculptures (prospective cast collection on-campus).
0900:TR   DENNY 317
ARCH 260-01 Environmental Archaeology
Instructor: Maria Bruno
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ANTH 260 01 and ENST 311 01. The study of the human past requires knowledge of the biological and geophysical systems in which cultures developed and changed. This course explores past environments and the methods and evidence used to reconstruct them. Emphasis is on the integration of geological, botanical, zoological, and bioarchaeological data used to reconstruct Quaternary climates and environments.
0930:MWF   DENNY 204
ARCH 290-01 Archaeological Methods
Instructor: Maria Bruno
Course Description:
Cross-listed with ANTH 290 01.
1330:W   DEAL 1
ARCH 390-01 Ancient Technology
Instructor: Christofilis Maggidis
Course Description:
This course undertakes special topics, issues, and problems in Old World and New World Archaeology ranging from prehistory and classical antiquity (e.g., Problems in Aegean Prehistory, In Search of the Trojan War, Great Cities) to modern era archaeology (19th/20th century AD) and modern applications of the discipline. Prerequisite: 300. Offered occasionally. This course fulfills the WR graduation requirement.
1330:M   DEAL 1
ARCH 500-01 Archaeology of North American Farmsteads: A Study of Camp Michaux
Instructor: Maria Bruno
Course Description:
 
ARCH 500-02 Taraco Archaeoloctany Lab Experience
Instructor: Maria Bruno
Course Description: