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Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos, Parts IIA and IIB, 2002: Notice

The Faculty Board of Archaeology and Anthropology give notice that they have prescribed the following special areas and special subjects in Part IIA and Part IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 236) in 2002:

Archaeology

Special areas

Paper A5. The archaeology of early human development.

Paper A8. Post-glacial adaptations and Mesolithic archaeology.

Paper A9. Neolithic and Chalcolithic in southern, central, and eastern Europe - societal interaction.

Paper A11. The Bronze Age and Iron Age of southern, central, and eastern Europe - understanding social change.

Paper A13. Prehellenic archaeology (Paper D1 of Part II of the Classical Tripos).

Paper A14. A prescribed subject connected with early Hellenic archaeology or early Greek art (Paper D2 of Part II of the Classical Tripos).

Paper A15. A prescribed subject connected with classical (Greco-Roman) art or the archaeology of the Greek and Hellenistic world (Paper D3 of Part II of the Classical Tripos).

Paper A16. A prescribed subject connected with the archaeology of the Roman world or with Roman art (Paper D4 of Part II of the Classical Tripos).

Paper A17. Ancient Egypt: The framework of living I.

Paper A19. Ancient Egypt: The practice of religion I.

Paper A21. Prehistory of the Near East (Paper As. 17 of the Oriental Studies Tripos).

Paper A22. Special subject in Assyriology (Paper As. 15 of the Oriental Studies Tripos) (offered only to Part IIB students who have completed Papers A21, A23, or A24 (formerly Paper A21 or Paper A23) in the Part IIA year).

Paper A24. Historical archaeology of Mesopotamia II: 1600-539 BC (Paper As. 16 of the Oriental Studies Tripos).

Paper A25. Europe in the first millennium AD I: Anglo-Saxon archaeology (also serves as Paper 14 of Part I of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos).

Paper A26. Europe in the first millennium AD II: Scandinavian archaeology (also serves as Paper 15 of Part I of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos).

Paper A28. The archaeology of medieval Britain.

Paper A29. Ancient India I: Prehistory of India.

Paper A31. Ancient India II: Early historic cities of India.

Paper A33. Ancient South America.

Paper A35. Human evolution.

Paper A36. The late prehistoric and historical archaeology of sub-Saharan Africa.

Paper A37. Introduction to scientific approaches in archaeology.

Paper A38. Archaeological science (offered only to Part IIB students who have completed Paper A37 (formerly Paper A3) in the Part IIA year).

Social Anthropology

Compulsory papers

Paper S4. Advanced social anthropology I: ethics and moral economy.

Paper S5. Advanced social anthropology II: transformations of society.

Paper S6. Ethnographic areas:

Paper S6(a). South Asia.

Paper S6(b). Pacific.

Paper S6(c). Europe.

Special subjects

Paper S7. Medical anthropology.

Paper S8. Anthropology and development.

Paper S9. Nationalism, race, and ethnicity.

Paper S10. The anthropology of post-socialist transformations.

Paper S11. The anthropology of cities and space.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 20 June 2001
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