Spring 2022 - ARCH 100 D100
Ancient Peoples and Places (3)
Class Number: 6190
Delivery Method: In Person
Course Times + Location:
Mo 2:30 PM – 5:20 PM
AQ 3182, Burnaby
Exam Times + Location:
Apr 24, 2022
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
RCB IMAGTH, Burnaby
1 778 782-9674
A broad survey of human cultural development from the late Palaeolithic/PalaeoIndian periods (ca 40,000 BP) to the rise of civilization and empires, in both the Old and New Worlds. Breadth-Social Sciences.
Through in-person lectures, this course provides a journey into the origin of modern society and on how some profound subsistence and cultural changes shaped it through the millennia. Students will be introduced to the origin of our species, the appearance of modern behavior, and the earliest complex societies in Africa, Eurasia, Australia and the Americas. Along this path, major cultural and technological developments will be examined such as the appearance of art and symbolism, the Neolithic and the urban “revolutions”, the emergence of warfare and social inequality, and the first Chiefdoms, States, and Empires. Finally, the students will learn about pre-modern civilizations such as the Sumer, the Egyptians, the Mycenaeans, the Chinese Dynasties, the Maya, the Aztec and the Incas.
- Midterm 1 (multiple choice quiz, non-cumulative) 25%
- Midterm 2 (multiple choice quiz, non-cumulative) 35%
- Final Exam (multiple choice quiz, non-cumulative) 40%
Deborah I. Olszewski (2020), Archaeology and Humanity's Story: A Brief Introduction to World Prehistory, 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press.
Print ISBN: 9780190930127 (new or used)
eText ISBN: 9780190930134 (rentable at: https://www.vitalsource.com)
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