The Human Journey Introduction to Archaeology and Biological Anthropology (ARCH 112.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ARCH 112 02 January 2017 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 04 January 2017 Kathryn Burdeyney (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 06 January 2017 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
 
ARCH 112 01 September 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 03 September 2016 Denise Huynh (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 05 September 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 07 September 2016 Terence Clark (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 X01 September 2016 Denise Huynh (primary instructor)
 
ARCH 112 02 July 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 X01 July 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
 
ARCH 112 01 May 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 X01 May 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
 
ARCH 112 02 January 2016 Kathryn Burdeyney (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 04 January 2016 Treena Swanston (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 06 January 2016 Aileen Novecosky (primary instructor)
ARCH 112 E52 January 2016 Timothy Panas (primary instructor)

Description

This course introduces students to the basic principles of archaeology and biological anthropology by examining human evolutionary and cultural development. The course follows the journey of humanity from our earliest bipedal ancestors, through the emergence of anatomically modern humans, to the eventual advent of agriculture and development of complex urban states.

Formerly

ANTH 112.

Note

Students with previous credit for ANTH 110 or 112 may not take this course for credit.

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