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Anthropology and Archaeology - Durham University

There are several areas of overlap between Anthropology and Archaeology, making them particularly suitable for combination in a joint honours degree. The BA (Hons) Anthropology and Archaeology course combines modules from the BA/BSc (Hons) Anthropology degrees and BA (Hons) Archaeology, providing a comprehensive understanding of humanity both past and present. **Year 1** In the first year, students currently take four compulsory modules (two from each department) and select two optional modules (one from each department). One modern foreign language module can also currently be taken in place of an elective module from either Anthropology or Archaeology. Compulsory modules (20 credits each): Being Human Discovering World Prehistory. Optional modules in Anthropology (20 credits each): Peoples and Cultures Human Evolution and Diversity Health, Illness and Society Doing Anthropological Research. and Archaeology (20 credits each): Applied Archaeological Methods Ancient Civilisations of the East Archaeology in Britain Cities in Antiquity Medieval to Modern: an Introduction to the Archaeology of Medieval to Post Medieval World Scientific Methods in Archaeology 1. **Year 2** In the second year, you will develop a deeper understanding of methods and theory in anthropology and archaeology, and pursue your growing interests through optional modules offered by both departments. Currently, students take two compulsory modules and four optional modules (two from each department). Compulsory modules (20 credits each): Debating Anthropology and Archaeology Interrogating Anthropology or Developing Archaeological Research. Optional modules in Anthropology (20 credits each): Anthropology Fieldwork module Interrogating Anthropology Kinship and Religion Politics and Economics Global Health and Disease Sex, Reproduction and Love Evolutionary Variation and Adaptation Our Place in Nature. Optional modules in Archaeology (20 credits each): Archaeological Method and Theory Prehistoric Europe: From Foragers to State Formation Becoming Roman: From Iron Age to Empire in Italy and the West Archaeology of Medieval and Post-medieval Britain in its European Context The East Mediterranean World in the Bronze Age Professional Training Developing Archaeological Research Ancient Mediterranean Civilisations: East and West. Scientific Methods in Archaeology 2. **Year 3** In the final year, you will design and carry out your own research for a dissertation in Anthropology or Archaeology, or an interdisciplinary dissertation in Anthropology and Archaeology. In addition, you will study advanced topics in Anthropology and Archaeology that are generally based on the research expertise of staff in both departments, and reflect the University’s ideal of research-led education. You will choose eight topics from the 'Specialised Aspects' modules offered by each department (four topics from each). Compulsory module: (40 credits): Dissertation in Anthropology, Archaeology or in Anthropology & Archaeology. Optional modules in Anthropology (40 credits): Specialised Aspects in Social Anthropology / Evolutionary Anthropology / Health. Optional modules in Archaeology (40 credits): Specialised Aspects in Archaeology / Advanced Professional Training / Current Archaeology / Interpreting Heritage / Museum Representation. Study Abroad (Archaeology / Anthropology): For more information on this course, please see our website.

  • Qualification
    Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)
  • Study mode
    Full-time
  • Duration
    3 years
  • Start date
    2020-09-28
  • Location
    Collingwood College,DurhamUnited Kingdom
  • Fees & Finances
  • EU Year 1 £9,250
  • England Year 1 £9,250
  • Northern Ireland Year 1 £9,250
  • Scotland Year 1 £9,250
  • Wales Year 1 £9,250
  • International Year 1 £19,250