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Indigenous Cultures: The Inca, Aztec and Maya

Course No. ACD 360 / SNS 460  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Elizabeth Hoag

This will be a lecture based, Anthropology course that focuses on the three major civilizations of Pre-Hispanic Latin America; the Aztec, Maya, and Inca. We will study the three civilizations to understand the complexity of New World cultures, and to understand what their legacy to the Americas is today. Apply as social or natural science or non-Western Art History elective. Formerly Pre-Hispanic Civilizations: The Aztec, the Maya, the Inca; ACD 360/SNS 360.



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