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Archaeology and Heritage: Ethics, Politics, and Practice

3 unit(s) This course will examine the ways in which archaeology is political, and how its practice and practitioners are deeply entangled with Western values and epistemologies. Three hours (seminar); one term

ANTHROP 4AH3

Archaeology and Heritage: Ethics, Politics, and Practice

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): IV Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: No

3 unit(s) This course will examine the ways in which archaeology is political, and how its practice and practitioners are deeply entangled with Western values and epistemologies. Three hours (seminar); one term


Prerequisite(s): ANTHROP 2PA3 or permission of the instructor. Not open to students with credit in ANTHROP 4E03 if the topic was “Archaeology and Heritage: Ethics, Politics, and Practice”.