Are you looking for an interesting course to take over the summer to fulfill units towards graduation (Not for Department of Economics major requirements)?
Check out ANAR 184: The Political Economy of Early Empires! Taught by Professor Guillermo Algaze, this course will be offered during Summer Session 2 (August 1 – September 3, 2016) and overlaps economics with archaeology and history. Please see below for the course description:
ANAR 184. The Political Economy of Early Empires (4 units)
Archaeological and textual evidence for selected early empires of pre-Columbian America and the ancient Near East will be used to illuminate cross-cultural similarities and differences in the ways complex pre-capitalistic societies acquired, produced, exchanged, and distributed wealth.
If you have any questions regarding this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.