Archaeology and Anthropology: Stones and Bones

Delve into a college-level introduction to anthropology, the holistic study of humans and human societies, both in the classroom and in the field. Explore anthropology's traditional four fields: archaeology, cultural anthropology, linguistics, and biological (or physical) anthropology. Study some of the major discoveries and theoretical precepts of these disciplines, emphasizing the application of anthropological methods. Identify, plot, and excavate an archaeological site, classify and analyze the fossilized remains of human ancestors, and conduct ethnographic research.

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Term 1 (June 7–June 27)
Wake Forest University
Term 2 (July 5–July 25)
Wake Forest University
Qualification Level: 
Center Math, Center Verbal