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ARCHIVED 2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
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ANTH 165 - Stones and Bones: Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology

4.00 credit hours
An introduction to the anthropological subfields of archaeology and biological anthropology. Concepts, principles and methods used to reconstruct human evolution, human prehistory, sequences of socio-political development and particular cultural histories. Continuity and change over long arcs of time. Humankind as a member of the primate order and contemporary human biodiversity. How human societies adapt and change and how human culture intersects with human biology and the natural environment. Case studies by instructor.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Sciences.
iCon(s): Being Human, Innovating the World.

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