Also offered as: ANTH 3512
Grading Basis: Graded
An archaeological perspective on more than three million years of human social and behavioral change in Africa, from Stone Age societies that are the earliest in the world to sweeping changes brought about by the development and spread of cattle and crops, sophisticated metallurgy, and the later rise of kingdoms and complex polities situated at a global crossroads of trade and interaction.
Last Refreshed: 22-APR-21 05.20.14.245235 AM
|Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Location||Enrollment|
|1218 14674 1 001||14674||Storrs||In Person||Tryon, Christian||001||Reg||MoWeFr 2:30pm‑3:20pm