ANTR-3188 Guided Work in Zooarchaeology
The Department of Anthropology gives students the chance to carry out work guided by Anthropology professors in the Department’s research projects as of their fifth semester, in this case in the field of Zooarchaeology (analysis of fauna from archaeological contexts). The work is done during one academic semester and may be accredited by a seminar or an elective course from the syllabus of the field of study. Depending on the particular interests of each student, it is based on a work system that enables students to explore their own interests and, in general, become familiar with the different fields of research that zooarchaeologists work in.
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