GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCESSETTLEMENT ARCHAEOLOGY

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Settlement archaeology is the study of the selection criteria and implantation of settlements in the landscape, interrelationships between cities and their rural surroundings, the impact of human occupation on the natural environment and vice versa under past conditions. The objective of the program is to provide students with a solid academic background in archaeological theory, research techniques and modern interpretative methods with particular emphasis on settlement and environmental archaeology.

Announcements

  • Guest lecturer Dr. Akiva Sanders, BIAA will be elaborating under the title “Confrontations and Accomodations between Kura-Araxes- and Upper-Mesopotamian-Late Chalocolithic-Linked Communities in the Upper Euphrates Region” on Friday February 14th!

    Within the content of "SA566 Current Approaches in Archaeology" PhD must course Dr. Akira Sanders will give a lecture entitled "Confrontations and Accomodations between Kura-Araxes- and Upper-Mesopotamian-Late Chalocolithic-Linked Communities in the Upper Euphrates Region". The talk will take place on Friday 14th at 10:00 am in Room 301 in Faculty of Architecture (New Building). 

    Hope to see you there!

  • Within the content of "SA566 Current Approaches in Archaeology" PhD must course a series of lectures will be given! Hope to see you there!

    Within the content of "SA566 Current Approaches in Archaeology" PhD must course a series of lectures will be given.

    The talks will take place on Fridays at 10:00 am in Room 301 in Faculty of Architecture (New Building). 

    Hope to see you there!