Courses

16:070:579 Archaeological Sciences

3 credits

This course highlights the importance of Natural Sciences in current archaeological research. This course aims to explain how archaeological remains are recovered and analyzed using an interdisciplinary approach, the principles of the analytical techniques used, how to calculate the uncertainty of results and predictions, which experiments can be set to further understand the archaeological record, and how to integrate different lines of evidence to support a scientific argument.

Most Recent Syllabus
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Contacts

Departmental Chair
Craig S. Feibel

Graduate Director
Erin Vogel
erin.vogel@rutgers.edu
Fall 2019 office hours: Monday 2-4

Graduate Assistant
Safiena Salaman
bss136@anthropology.rutgers.edu