課程資訊
課程名稱
文化地景考古學
ARCHAEOLOGY OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE 
開課學期
96-1 
授課對象
文學院  人類學研究所  
授課教師
艾威廉 
課號
Anth7080 
課程識別碼
125EM2760 
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全/半年
半年 
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選修 
上課時間
星期三6,7,8(13:20~16:20) 
上課地點
人類205 
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本課程以英語授課。
總人數上限:20人 
 
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課程概述

(ARCHAEOLOGY of Cultural Landscape)

William S. Ayres National Taiwan University
Department of Anthropology Fall 2007

Instructor: Professor William S. Ayres
email - wsayres@uoregon.edu
Office Hours:
Class Meetings:

課  號:125EM2760
流水號:95246
時 間:三678
教 室:人類205

Texts:
Packet: Landscape Archaeology, W. S. Ayres (syllabus, introduction).
Ashmore, Wendy, and E. Bernard Knapp, eds. 1999 Archaeologies of
Landscape. Oxford/Malden: Blackwell. (text 1)
Tilley, Christopher, 1994 A Phenomenology of Landscape. Oxford: Berg.
(text 2)
Suggested reading from:
Space, Time, and Archaeological Landscapes. J. Rossignol and L.
Wandsnider, eds. New York: Plenum. 1992
Landscape: Politics and Perspectives. B. Bender, ed., Berg. 1995.
Materiality of Stone. C. Tilley Berg. 2004
The Interpretation of Archaeological Spatial Patterning. E. Kroll and T. Price, eds., Plenum. 1991

Content:

This class focuses on relationships between archaeology and landscape concepts represented in the past and the present. Archaeologists have long studied space and landscapes and, most characteristically, archaeological studies have addressed settlement patterns and other spatial aspects of archaeological data in terms of ecology and geoarchaeology. Landscape has become viewed as an entity that exists by virtue of its being perceived, experienced, and contextualized by people. These aspects of landscape archaeology and their relationships to ethnoarchaeology form the main content of the class. The following will be addressed: 1) critiques of theoretical frameworks that underlie spatial studies; 2) assessments of different types of landscape research used for archaeological interpretation, e.g., for settlement pattern studies or for site formation processes; and 3) case studies of landscape research on particular topics, for example, hunter-gatherers, food producers, and multi-ethnic urban societies, in different geographical regions. The class will be conducted with both lectures and seminar style discussions.
 

課程目標
(ARCHAEOLOGY of Cultural Landscape)

William S. Ayres National Taiwan University
Department of Anthropology Fall 2007

Instructor: Professor William S. Ayres
email - wsayres@uoregon.edu
Office Hours:
Class Meetings:

課  號:125EM2760
流水號:95246
時 間:三678
教 室:人類205

Texts:
Packet: Landscape Archaeology, W. S. Ayres (syllabus, introduction).
Ashmore, Wendy, and E. Bernard Knapp, eds. 1999 Archaeologies of
Landscape. Oxford/Malden: Blackwell. (text 1)
Tilley, Christopher, 1994 A Phenomenology of Landscape. Oxford: Berg.
(text 2)
Suggested reading from:
Space, Time, and Archaeological Landscapes. J. Rossignol and L.
Wandsnider, eds. New York: Plenum. 1992
Landscape: Politics and Perspectives. B. Bender, ed., Berg. 1995.
Materiality of Stone. C. Tilley Berg. 2004
The Interpretation of Archaeological Spatial Patterning. E. Kroll and T. Price, eds., Plenum. 1991

Content:

This class focuses on relationships between archaeology and landscape concepts represented in the past and the present. Archaeologists have long studied space and landscapes and, most characteristically, archaeological studies have addressed settlement patterns and other spatial aspects of archaeological data in terms of ecology and geoarchaeology. Landscape has become viewed as an entity that exists by virtue of its being perceived, experienced, and contextualized by people. These aspects of landscape archaeology and their relationships to ethnoarchaeology form the main content of the class. The following will be addressed: 1) critiques of theoretical frameworks that underlie spatial studies; 2) assessments of different types of landscape research used for archaeological interpretation, e.g., for settlement pattern studies or for site formation processes; and 3) case studies of landscape research on particular topics, for example, hunter-gatherers, food producers, and multi-ethnic urban societies, in different geographical regions. The class will be conducted with both lectures and seminar style discussions.
 
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