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HUMAN EVOLUTION: INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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HUMAN EVOLUTION: INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

2013 Fall Term

3 Units [GS]

Anthropology 225

Biological anthropology studies human biological evolution and variation. Topics will be: Genetics and Human Evolution, Misconceptions about human evolution and adaptation, the biology and behavior of primates, the fossil record and the origin of bipedalism and evolution of larger brains and lastly the challenges of the future as a result of our recent evolution history.

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-DIS 3479
3 Units [GS]
09/04 - 12/23 (1) MW 3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Pete Killoran
HH2300HH2300

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