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STR 603 - Anatolia as Core & Periphery

Course Objectives

1. Teaching the development of civilizations in Anatolia,
2. Giving the opportunity to ask questions about both the culture history and the modern cultural policies,
3. Teaching the details of cultural evolution and culture history,
4. Teaching the relationship between Anaotlian and Eastern Mediterranean cultures,
5. Preserving and narrating the archaeological heritage,
6. Using the cultural heritage in the social and economic development,
7. Having a better understanding of cultural policies.

Course Description

This course covers such topics as Pleistocene-Holocene transition: natural resources, environmental change and its impacts, Cave sites and cultures in Anatolia, Neolithic sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia, The foundations of social inequality, Chalcolithic sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia,
The change in the production systems: Political economy and power, Early Bronze Age sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia, Middle and Late Bronze Age sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia,
Human-environment interactions, anthropogenic impacts, Iron Age sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia, Anatolia and the Persian Empire, Hellenistic Sites, cultures, and interactions in Anatolia,
Anatolia during the Roman Republic and Anatolia during the Roman Empire.

Course Coordinator
Bülent Arıkan
Course Language
Turkish
 
 
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