INTRO TO LANDSCAPE ARCHAEOLOGY

CLST 299L

From hunter-gatherer to post-modern network societies, human, animal and plant life and evolution depend on the complex relations and affordances of landscape and environment. Climate change, geomorphology, natural resources, land use, and human settlements are complex and inter-related phenomena that invite multidisciplinary study with different technologies and methodologies. Comparative research on paleo-environments, ancient landscapes, and societies are crucial for understanding the future of landscape and environment. Instructor: Forte

Day / Time: 

Th 10:05 AM-11:20 AM

Location: 

Smith Wrhs A228

Instructor: 

Forte, Maurizio

Section: 

01L