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ARCHLGY 122: What's New in Australian Archaeology (ANTHRO 122B)

New techniques, new questions, and new approaches are changing our understanding of more than 50,000 years of human life in Australia. When did people first come to Australia? How did humans adapt to the unique, and changing, environment? At the same time, public debates are pushing archaeologists and heritage professionals to be more accountable, leading to questions like, what are the best practices for community-led archaeology? How should Australians commemorate the settler past? What about repatriation? This course will introduce the archaeology of Australia by exploring the latest research and debates playing out in the academic and public spheres. No prior archaeological experience is required.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-5
Instructors: Connor, K. (PI)
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