基本素養 Basic Literacy
Cultivate capacity of archaeological research.
Enrich global perspectives on Austronesian studies.
Advance ability to communicate archaeological knowledge and to participate social relevance.
Cultivate large-scale and long-term perspectives on social developments and mankind.
Advance the ability of appreciating archaeological methods and theories.
Develop the ability of interpreting , analyzing , and presenting archaeological materials.
Promote the ability of professional writing and academic research.
Advance the ability on cultural resource managements.
Enrich the capacity of communication and application of archaeological knowledge.
課程概述 Course Description石質遺物(石器)為史前遺址(尤其是較早期的遺址)出土量最多的考古遺留之一。石質遺物有助於研究者理解並重建古代人類行為。本課程為彈性密集課程（總計6堂課程，時間為4月底至5月底），著重於石器分析，首先將概述石器技術與其相關人類行為的演變，並且主要以非洲與歐洲舊石器時代的案例作為討論對象，但也涵蓋東亞地區的案例，例如關於莫維斯線（Movius line）的爭論。本課程致力培養學生具備辨識石器的知識、了解如何應用石器分析技術，並期望學生根據考古遺址的脈絡，充分掌握石器分析所提供的研究資訊。
Stone artefacts (lithic artefacts) are one of the most common finds in prehistoric sites, particularly for the earlier periods of human prehistory. As such, their study is key to reconstruct past human behaviors. This short intensive course (organized in the form of 6 sessions which will take place between the end of April and the end of May) offers an introduction to the topic of lithic analysis, starting with an overview of changes in stone tool technology over time and what it means in terms of evolution of human behavior. The course will mostly rely on examples from African and European prehistory (Paleolithic period) but will also include reference to the East Asian record, with a discussion on the Movius line controversy for instance. It will provide students with some basic knowledge on how to recognize a lithic artefact, what type of analysis can be conducted on lithic artefacts, as well as what kind of information their analysis can provide depending on the context of the archaeological site.
課程學習目標 Course Objectives
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