My undergraduate archaeometry course

I periodically teach a course for undergraduates titled Archaeometry: Application of the Natural Sciences to Archaeology. It is cross-listed in Geosciences and Anthropology. I am teaching it this Spring for the first time in several years. I'm pleased to be able to use Brothwell and Pollard as a text, now that it is affordable in paperback. I have a healthy enrollment of 14, about evenly split between Geosciences and Anthropology majors, with Psychology and Government majors in for good measure. It's supposed to be the ultimate liberal arts college course!

You can download the syllabus here.