Research in Australasian Archaeology (ARCA3601)

UNIT OF STUDY

An advanced seminar for students who wish to develop their research, analytical, writing and presentation skills by investigating a key area of contemporary archaeological research. Specific topics will vary from year to year with primary emphasis on Australasian archaeology (Asia, Australia, and the Pacific) placed in global perspective and/or current issues in archaeological theory, method and practice relevant to staff research projects (e.g. history and philosophy of archaeology, spatial analysis, digital methods, public archaeology and heritage studies, historical archaeology, archaeozoology, archaeologies of colonialism).

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Classes

1x2-hr seminar/week

Assessment

1x4000wd research report (60%), 1x1500wd seminar paper (30%), 1x500wd seminar presentation (10%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

18 senior credit points of Archaeology, including ARCA2635

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