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Material culture is at the heart of archaeology. This course encourages a hands-on approach so you?ll learn by doing. It?s excellent preparation for a career in research, or you could take the vocational track which prepares you for work as a materials specialist in professional archaeology. Core modules Archaeology and Ethnography of Production and Consumption Assemblage Study Introduction to Material Culture Studies Practical Approaches to Material Culture Dissertation in Material Culture Studies or Fieldwork Placement in Material Culture Studies. Optional modules Choose four from: Archaeological Practice Ethnohistory and Anthropology of Modern Hunter-Gatherers From the Age of Migrations to the Age of Discovery Funerary Archaeology Greeks, Romans and ?Others? in the Ancient World Iron Age Europe Material Life and Culture in the Medieval and Early Modern World The Archaeology of Neolithic and Bronze Age Britain The Archaeology of Classical Athens Viking-Age Europe.

Material culture is at the heart of archaeology. This course encourages a hands-on approach so you?ll learn by doing. It?s excellent preparation for a career in research, or you could take the vocational track which prepares you for work as a materials specialist in professional archaeology. Core modules Archaeology and Ethnography of Production and Consumption Assemblage Study Introduction to...

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