Course Info 1 - Anthropology 2200 Fall 2007 M/W/F 1 TO 1:50...

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Unformatted text preview: Anthropology 2200 Fall 2007 M/W/F 1 TO 1:50 EKLC E1B20 COURSE INFORMATION SHEET Instructor: hr. Douglas Bamforth (492-75 86 [office]) email: bamforthfdleolorado.edu office: Hale 176 office hours: Tuesday/Wednesday 10:30 to 12 TAs: *Susan Dale (sections 012, 013, 014) email: [email protected] office: Hale 370 office hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9 to 10 Brian Naze (sections 011, 015) Email: [email protected] Office: Hale 370 office hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 11 to 12 Welcome to Anthropology 2200, Introduction to Archaeology. This class will give you an overview of how archaeologists study the past and of the major developments in world prehistory. We hope that, when we are done, you will understand both the basic pattern of human history and something about how we know about that history. We will begin by looking at how archaeologists do their work. We will then turn to the earliest archaeological evidence for human occupation of the planet and trace that evidence up into the period of written records and the development of complex state-level societies. The lecture portion of the class meets three times per week, 1:00 to 1:50 on Mondays, Wednesdays2 and Fridays. The lectures will present basic course material through ‘ lectures, slides, and videos. All of the material covered in lecture meetings (including videos) is fair game on the tests (see below). Please feel free to ask questions or request clarification during lecture: I will make a point periodically of asking for questions, but I can't always tell if you are wondering about something if you don't ask about it. Besides, if something is not clear to you, it is probably also not clear to other people, all of whom are waiting for you to ask about it. Lecture material often overlaps with the book but does not just cover to same stuff; you need to be familiar with both the readings and the lectures to do well on the exams. In addition, you are required to attend a recitation. I do not take attendance in lecture: but your TA will take attendance in recitation. Three or more unexcused absences from recitation will lower our rude in the course b a ll «romA to B, for example). The recitations will provide opportunities for discussion, exam reviews, and ...
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