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ANTH 4460/6460

The Aztecs and the Maya
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Two indigenous urban societies of the Americas, from farming village beginnings to the Spanish conquest, and their lasting impact on modern middle American culture. Topics include ecology, economy, political organization, urbanism, militarism, beliefs, art, architecture, and literature.

When this course is taught as a split level, additional requirements for graduate students: Graduate students will have more advanced readings and will write an original research paper drawing on primary source materials and suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.

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