NMC467H1: Seminar in Egyptian Archaeology I


Seminar focuses on the social and cultural development of Egypt from the Predynastic Period through the Middle Kingdom, engaging with major theories regarding social complexity, state formation, urbanism, social organization, and regionalism. An independent research project and hands-on experience with artifacts at the ROM are important features of the course.

NMC101H1 or NMC343H1. Students who do not meet these prerequisites are encouraged to contact the Department.
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)