Current Courses

Below is a list of the courses related to environmental archaeology that are currently taught by faculty, staff, students, and affiliates of the Environmental Archaeology Program at the University of Florida:

  • ANT 3186 (undergraduate) and ANG 5126 (graduate): Introduction to Zooarchaeology - Professor: Susan de France
  • ANT 4147: Environmental Archaeology - Professor: Kitty Emery
  • ANT 4930 (undergraduate) and ANG 6930 (graduate): Bioarchaeology - Professor: John Krigbaum
  • ANG 5531: Culture and Nutrition - Professor: Susan deFrance
  • ANG 6146: Maritime Adaptations - Professor: Susan de France
  • ANG 6905: Environmental Archaeology Journal Club - Professor: Kitty Emery
  • ANG 6930: Ethnobiology - Professor: Rick Stepp
  • ANG 6930: Human Ecosystems Modeling - Professor: Rick Stepp
  • ANG 6930: Seminar in Central American Zooarchaeology - Professor: Kitty Emery
  • ANG 6930: Seminar in Zooarchaeology - Professor: Susan deFrance