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AN 300: Life After Death in London

Professor: Jaime Ullinger
Credits: 3

Human burials can inform us about social organization, health, and lived experiences in the past. In this course, we will discuss the ways in which cemeteries and skeletons unlock secrets about life in London from the Roman Period through the Victorian Era. We will also discuss the ethics of displaying human remains, and who “owns” the past. This course has an international travel component, which involves traveling to London to visit museums, cemeteries, and archaeological sites.

  • International travel component
  • Students have an option to stay longer in London to conduct original research on skeletal collections
  • This course is offered as needed