Western University AntropologyWestern Social Science

4000 Level Courses

4400E - Anthropological Thought

Exploration of current anthropological debates and contemporary theoretical frameworks as they may be used in the analysis of anthropological problems and thought. 3 lecture hours, 1.0 course.

Antirequisite(s): -
Prerequiste(s): ANTH 3301E or 3333F/G, and registration in year 4 in any module.

Fall/Winter: Mon 9:30-11:30am and Wed 9:30-10:30am   SSC-3102   Instructor: D. Jorgensen

4495G – Advanced Special Topics: Principles of Applied Archaeology.

CANCELLED due to low enrolment.

This course will examine the principles and concerns that are integral to the practice of applied archaeology in North America, and the role of applied archaeology in heritage management in general The course will review legislation and professional practices that govern applied archaeologists, and in particular the form of archaeology carried out by consultant archaeologists hired by third parties to undertake archaeological investigations in advance of land development or resource extraction (commonly called Cultural Resource Management - CRM). While the readings will draw on the experience of applied archaeology from across North America and beyond, the course will focus on applied archaeology as currently practiced in Ontario. 3 lecture hours, 0.5 course. Application required.

Antirequisite(s): -
Prerequiste(s): Registration in fourth year in any program, and permission of the instructor.

This course is cross-listed with Grad students.

Winter term: Wed 1:30-4:30pm   SSC-3315   Instructor: P. Timmins