ANTH 315. The Prehistory of Art. 3 Hours GE3S / S.

A survey of prehistoric art focusing on the material record and interpretations of rock art (paintings, engravings on rock surfaces in rock-shelters, caves and in open air sites) and portable art created by prehistoric people. The emphasis is on the small-scale societies (hunter-gatherer and early food producers) around the world before the appearance of written records in respective geographic areas. Environmental, social and cultural contexts in which these art forms were created are discussed along with a review of past scholarship and current interpretive approaches to this old and enduring expression of human creativity. Course may be offered in lecture or online format. (Same as HA 315.) LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Education

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...ANTH 160 The Varieties of Human Experience ( ANTH...Literary History I ENGL 315 Studies in British...

Minor in Jewish Studies

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...of Jewish Life JWSH 315 The Spanish Inquisition...3000 Year History) 3 ANTH 465 Genocide and...

Music Education B.M.E. Program

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...Arts & Sciences - elective (SOC/ANTH elective recommended) 3...Theory III 4 MTHC 315 Theory IV 4...