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Instructors:

Section 500 - Dr. C. Wayne Smith - Syllabus

Section 502 - Jose Luis Casaban - Syllabus

 

Course objective
This course is intended to give undergraduate students a thorough introduction to the history and theoretical basics of nautical archaeology as a discipline, to fundamental concepts in nautical science relevant to the study of the history of seafaring, and to expose them to key developments in the history of ancient seafaring.

 

Useful Links

Nautical Archaeology at Texas A&M University
http://nautarch.tamu.edu

Nautical Archaeology Program (TAMU)
http://nautarch.tamu.edu/academic/

Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA)
http://inadiscover.com

 

 

Text Book - Not assigned

Beneath the seven seas : adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology
- Edited by George F. Bass: Evans Call Number = CC77.U5 B45 2005

Wooden ship building and the interpretation of shipwrecks
- By J. Richard Steffy: Evans Call Number = VM144 .S73 1994

I recommend reading these books at Evans (and not checking it out).
--- Give other class-mates a chance to read as well!