The Department's 'Archaeological Frauds and Mysteries' course is one of a number of unique courses offered by Canadian Universities as reported by Global News. The course looks at the sensationalized and "unreal" side of archaeology, including a look at everything from Big Foot to aliens.
Dr. Ran Barkai, Chair, Department of Archaeology, Tel-Aviv University.
Title of presentation: Cultural and biological transformations in the Middle Pleistocene Levant: A view from Qesem Cave, Israel.
Friday, September 8th at 3pm in QC-2013.
The Department is offering a number of exciting undergraduate and graduate level courses this Fall. Register soon to ensure your placement.
Ken Reynolds' research helped define what we now know of the Beothuk’s essential role in the province’s cultural history. A scholarship honouring Ken's memory will support future research.
This book examines how the marine environment has influenced human adaptations and social complexity in the past. Two papers co-authored by Lisa Rankin focus on the seascapes of historic Inuit-French cultural contact in southern Labrador.