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ARCL 235 Controlling Nature: Plant and Animal Domestication
How, when and why humans became dependent on cultivated foods and domestic animals and the methods used to document plant and animal domestication.
Pre-reqs: ARCL 103.
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ARCL235: The domestication of plant and animal revolutionized the life-ways of past peoples, their relationship with their environment, and their technological and social development. This course examines the origins of the food we eat; how, when and why humans became dependent of cultivated foods and domestic animals; and how we can recognize these fundamental shifts in subsistence in the archaeological record.