This is an advanced paper focusing on the archaeology of Oceania from the initial colonisation of Sahul some 50,000 years ago to the Austronesian colonisation of Remote Oceania some 3,000 years ago and the subsequent development of Polynesian Society.
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- 72 300-level ANTH or ARCH points
- ANTH 403, ARCH 403
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- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Cultural understanding.
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- Learning Outcomes
- On completion of this paper students will have gained a sound understanding of the diversity of Oceanic cultures and societies and the ways in which archaeologists draw on anthropological and ethnographic ideas and archaeological methods to understand how that diversity emerged over thousands of years.