Archaeology and Natural History explores deep time in the Asia Pacific region with a focus on the interaction of people with the environment.
Our Department works in a space beyond modern geographies and the written record, unpacking and connecting cultural developments across this vast region. We are a unique multidisciplinary unit, seamlessly integrating environmental scientists and archaeologists to uncover patterns in human behaviour and environmental change through millennia.
|ANH offers a number of semester-long courses across several programs:|
|ENVS 3029/6529||Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction|
|ARCH 8040||Microanalysis in Archaeological Science|
|ASIA 2203/6203||Archaeology of China|
|ASIA 2301||Prehistoric Origins: Archaeology of Asia and the Pacific|
|ASIA 8046||Maps and Mapping for the Social Sciences and Humanities|
|In addition we offer in-field intensive courses:|
|ARCH 2022/6022||Cultural Landscapes and Environmental Change|
|ARCH 8002||Advanced Field Training in Archaeological Science|
|ASIA 3051/6151||Archaeology in Asia|
|As well as individual research projects for Masters of Archaeological Students:|
|ARCH8029||Supervised Project in Archaeological Science|
|ARCH8030||Archaeological Science Research Project 1|
|ARCH3031||Archaeological Science Research Project 2|