ANTH3303: Southeastern Archaeology
The course will survey the rise of chiefdom-level societies in the prehistoric Southeast, reconstruct the "Mississippian world" these chiefdoms created, document the activities of sixteenth-century Spanish explorers in the region, and trace the subsequent decline of Mississippian chiefdoms. In addition to reconstructing the landscape of the ancient South, students will explore long-term social and cultural traits of southeastern Indians and discover the secretes unearthed at famous Mississippian sites such as Cahokia, Moundville, and Etowah.


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This course is currently not offered for this term.