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Reading Archaeology

'Reading Archaeology' is a dynamic tutorial for students at undergraduate level. It aims to demonstrate how academic texts can be read more efficiently and more effectively. The tutorial draws heavily on real-life examples of academic texts, essay questions and reading lists. It is possible to follow the same tutorial using either one of the two different archaeological themes. The content is the same but different examples are used to illustrate the points and exercises. Please select one of the topics below in order to begin the tutorial:

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