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Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World

Past Course Offerings

 

The Joukowsky Institute has archived past years' course offerings on this website, as well as on our JIAAW Classroom Wiki. Please click the links below to see recent years' courses, often including links to the courses' wikis or syllabi.

 

Past JIAAW Courses By Year:


Recent JIAAW Courses By Faculty Member:

    Susan E. Alcock:

      Spring 2014:
      ARCH 0100 Field Archaeology in the Ancient World

      Fall 2013:
      ARCH 0770 Food and Drink in Classical Antiquity

      Spring 2013:
      ARCH 1010 Archaeology's Dirty Little Secrets

      Fall 2012:
      ARCH 0520 Roman Archaeology and Art

      Spring 2012:
      ARCH 1475 Petra: Ancient Wonder, Modern Challenge

      Fall 2011:
      ARCH 0420 Archaeologies of the Greek Past

      Fall 2010:
      ARCH 2040H Imperial Cities

      Spring 2010:
      ARCH 0100 Field Archaeology in the Ancient World
      ARCH 2852 Skills Training in Material Culture Studies II

      Fall 2009:
      ARCH 770 Food and Drink in Classical Antiquity
      ARCH 2851 Skills Training in Material Culture Studies I

    Laurel Bestock:

      Spring 2014:
      ARCH 1621 History of Egypt I (EGYT 1430)
      ARCH 1630 Fighting Pharaohs: Ancient Egyptian Warfare

      Fall 2013:
      ARCH 0150 Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art
      ARCH 2740 Social Life in Ancient Egypt

      Spring 2012:
      ARCH 150 Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art
      ARCH 2710 The Archaeology of Nubia and Egypt

      Spring 2011:
      ARCH 1623 Ancient Egyptian Art and Architecture (EGYT 1500)
      ARCH 1635 The Great Heresy: Egypt in the Amarna Age

      Spring 2010:
      ARCH 1621 History of Egypt I (EGYT 1430)
      ARCH 1630 Fighting Pharaohs: Ancient Egyptian Warfare

      Fall 2009:
      ARCH 150 Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology and Art
      ARCH 2105 Ceramic Analysis for Archaeology

    John F. Cherry:

      Spring 2014:
      ARCH 1707 The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (CLAS 1120Q)
      ARCH 2295 State Formation in the Prehistoric Aegean

      Fall 2012:
      ARCH 1551 Who Owns the Classical Past? (CLAS 1120 O)
      ARCH 2240 Key Issues in Mediterranean Prehistory

      Spring 2012:
      ARCH 1707 The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (CLAS 1120Q)
      ARCH 2010G Ethical Issues in Archaeology

      Fall 2011:
      ARCH 0201 Sport in the Ancient Greek World
      ARCH 1050 Old World and New World Perspectives in Archaeology

      Spring 2011:
      ARCH 0801 Alexander the Great and the Alexander Tradition (CLAS 0810A)
      ARCH 2250 Island Archaeology in the Mediterranean

      Fall 2010:
      ARCH 0201L Who Owns the Classical Past? (CLAS 0210 L)
      ARCH 2020E Economy and Trade in the Later Bronze Age Aegean and East Mediterranean

      Spring 2010:
      ARCH 0201 Sport in the Ancient Greek World
      ARCH 1050 Old World and New World Perspectives in Archaeology

      Fall 2009:
      ARCH 801 / CLAS 810A Alexander the Great and the Alexander Tradition
      ARCH 2010B Approaches to Archaeological Survey in the Old World

    Felipe Rojas:

      Spring 2014:
      ARCH 0365 Byzantium-Constantinople-Istanbul: A City in Deep Time
      ARCH 2185 Sensing Antiquity: New Approaches to Ancient Aesthetics and Sensoria

      Fall 2013:
      ARCH 1234 Lost Languages: The Decipherment and Study of Ancient Writing Systems (ANTH 1820)
      ARCH 1715 Building Big! Supersized Architectural and Engineering Structures From Antiquity

      Spring 2013:
      ARCH 2335 In the Wake of Empire: Anatolia after the Hittites, before Alexander
      AWAS 2900 Introduction to Hittite Language and Literature

      Fall 2012:
      ARCH 1835 Inventing the Past: Amulets, Heirlooms, Monuments, Landscapes

      Spring 2012:
      ARCH 1715 Building Big! Supersized Architectural and Engineering Structures From Antiquity

      Fall 2011:
      ARCH 2165 The “Second Sophistic”: Archaeological and Literary Approaches

    Peter van Dommelen

      Spring 2014:
      ARCH 2230 Material Networks: Migration and Trade in the Ancient West Mediterranean

      Fall 2013:
      ANTH0066T Postcolonial Matters: Material Culture between Colonialism and Globalization
      ARCH 1680 Exploring Different Iron Ages: Of Chiefs, Princesses and Warriors

      Spring 2013:
      ARCH 0530 Hannibal ad Portas! Fact and Fiction on Carthage and the Punic World
      ARCH 1155 Cities, Colonies and Global Networks in the Western Mediterranean

      Fall 2012:
      ARCH 2245 Rural Landscapes and Peasant Communities in the Mediterranean