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The Archaeology of Neanderthals and Other Early Humans

This seminar engages with the archaeology of our early ancestors, asking: what constitutes humanity, when did we become ‘modern’, and what became of the Neanderthals? Duration and instruction method: Three hour seminar; one term Ant requisite n/a Cross-List n/a

ANTHROP 4KK3

The Archaeology of Neanderthals and Other Early Humans

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

This seminar engages with the archaeology of our early ancestors, asking: what constitutes humanity, when did we become ‘modern’, and what became of the Neanderthals? Duration and instruction method: Three hour seminar; one term Ant requisite n/a Cross-List n/a


Tristan Carter

Associate Professor

Prerequisite: Anthrop 2WA3 – World Archaeology