Archaeology – Doctoral Degree 2009
Archaeologia Analecta
Status: compulsory
Recommended Year of Study: 1
Recommended Semester: 1
ECTS Credits Allocated: 10.00
Pre-requisites: The use of a foreign language

Course objectives: To adapt the curriculum to the candidate’s specific needs and to associate different research opportunities and specialization areas with lecturers from the archaeology department in the most productive manner.

Course description: Course covers chosen areas of archaeological research (theory, practice, archaeological material), while keeping in sight the needs of candidates in their field of specialization; it is possible to thematically and theoretically interconnect different areas of specialization.

Learning Outcomes: Attendance, essay and an oral examination

  • Thomas, J., ed. (2000) Interpretive Archaeology – A Reader, London, New York: Leicester University Press
  • Yoffee, N. & A. Sherratt, eds (1997) Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? Cambridge University Press
  • Meskell, L. & R. W. Preucel, eds (2007) A Companion to Social Archaeology, Oxford: Blackwell