Summer 2017 - ARCH 131 D200
Human Origins (3)
Class Number: 5807
Delivery Method: In Person
A non-technical survey of the primate background of humans, fossil primates, and fossil humans, and the associated evidence of cultural development. An introduction to physical anthropology. Breadth-Social Sci/Science.
- Midterm exams 40%
- Article summaries 10%
- Article reviews 20%
- Final exam 30%
Breadth: Social Sciences/Science
DATE: June 22
ROOM: HCC 1425
Stanford, C., Allen, J.S., Anton, S. (2016) Exploring Biological Anthropology: The Essentials (4th Edition). New York. Pearson. Loose-leaf (binder) version. (ISBN: 978-0-1343-2383-1)
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