ANTH 330 Paleoanthropology
A detailed examination of the fossil record of human evolution and the methods of paleoanthropological research. The course covers evoluntionary events from the initial divergence of ape and human lines through the origin of anatomically modern humans. Emphasis is on the analysis of morphology and phylogenetic analysis. A substantial part of the course consists of examining, describing, and analyzing fossil cast material. (LA, WS2)
Prerequisite: ANTH 101 or ANTH 130.
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