ANTH 478 - Archaeological and EthnographicalCredits: 3
Perspectives on the Middle East History of exploration. Beginnings of sedentary food production and pastoralism. Rise of Egyptian and Mesopotamian civilization. Israel, Ammon, Moab, and Edom. Rome and Christianity. History of the Arabs and Islamic civilization. Ethnographical perspectives on women, families, tribes, and states. Islam and the modern world. Offered as credit on summer tours.
Swing course—Approved 400–499 courses qualify for graduate-level credit for graduate students
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
College Code: CAS
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