Paleoanthropology: The Study of Human Evolution|
Fall 2019 not offered
Paleoanthropology is the study of human origins, of how we evolved from our apelike ancestors into our modern form with our modern capabilities. Drawing on both biological anthropology (the study of fossils, living primates, anatomy, genetics, and human variation) and archaeology (the study of material culture, such as tools, art, food remains), this course will examine what we know about our own evolutionary past and how we know it. The history of paleoanthropology--how our views of our past have changed--will also be explored. The course will include hands-on laboratory sessions utilizing fossil casts, stone tools, and other materials from the archaeology and anthropology collections.
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|Course Format: Lecture||Grading Mode: Graded|
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (ANTH)(ARCP-MN)(ARCP)(BIOL)(SISP-Anth Conc)
|Examinations and Assignments: |
Three exams, laboratory assignments, and a final exam.
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
On four Mondays during the semester there will be lab sessions instead of class. Lab sessions will be scheduled in SCIE351 between 10:00-4:00 pm on those days and most students will need to attend a lab session that does not meet during the regular class time. Scheduling will be flexible, so every student will be able to find a convenient time to schedule their lab.
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