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ANTH 442B - Industrial Archaeology

(3 units) CO11
Comparative and historical study of industrial technology, communities, and landscape in America and Europe through physical remains.

Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Spring - Odd Years
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course:
1. Students will be able to outline the history of IA and industrial heritage organizations (e.g., HABS HAER, SIA, AIA, TICCIH).
2. Students will be able to describe methods in IA such as archival research, site survey, excavation, artifact analysis, and documentation of material remains.
3. Students will be able to identify the physical remains of historic industrial sites, processes, structures, and artifacts, (e.g., material remains of mining, aviation, bridges, mills and railroads).
4. Students will be able to evaluate infrastructural systems and industrial remains for how they shed light on culture, society, and human agency.
5. Students will be able to discuss Industrial Archaeology in the context of local, regional, national, and international heritage.
6. Students will be able to interpret case studies in IA that discuss, for example, technological change, identity, class relations, industrial communities, and heritage disputes.
7. Students will be able to develop skills in critical thinking, academic writing and research, and scholarly public speaking.


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