Choose 1 course (5 ects).
Please note that some courses span 2 blocks (see the research master time schedule for more details).
Block 1 (11 September - 20 October 2017) Archaeological theory Culture, heritage and international law Current issues in the archaeology of the frontier regions of the Roman Empire Heritage, media and museums Key developments in European Prehistory Mobility and exchange in the Americas across 1492 Neolithisation in the Near East Palaeoecology and Quaternary stratigraphy: A basic introduction (MSc) The archaeology of Roman imperialism
Block 2 (30 October - 15 December 2017) Approaches to the built environment as object: Methods and theory (Msc) Environmental history of the Near East
Block 3 (5 February - 23 March 2018) Archaeological theory Archaeology of the late Neanderthals and first Modern humans Community heritage and global challenges Current issues in Quaternary research (MSc) Disruptive innovations in Prehistory History of construction and heritage Maritime archaeology Research methods in mortuary archaeology (Msc) Social complexity in the Americas Techniques of artefact analysis (MSc) The impact of global connections and the formaion of the Roman Empire (ca. 200-30 BC) Urban archaeology Urban societies of the ancient Near East
Block 4 (3 April - 18 May 2018) Forensic archaeology