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Zooarchaeology is just one of many specializations that exist in the field of archaeology. Zooarchaeology is the study of animal (faunal) remains recovered from archaeological sites. Faunal remains can include things like bones, shell, chitin, scales, and DNA. Faunal remains can tell archaeologists a lot about the past conditions at the site. For instance, it can tell archaeologists how people were interacting with certain species of animals. In some cases, people may have had a...
A hand-out will be provided to students to help enhance their learning and understanding of each topic that is covered. Students do not need to purchase outside resources for this course.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Jared DividoForensic anthropologist, zooarchaeologist, and a scholarly academic with a desire to teach others!
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Experienced field and archival researcher and technician with experience in several archaeological sites covering a spectrum of archaeological eras, and a variety of laboratory settings. An accomplished academic with strong attention to detail,...