Advanced Bioarchaeology (ARCH 875.3)

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Bioarchaeology, the study of human remains from archaeological sites, focuses on the excavation and analyses of (predominately) human skeletal and dental remains in order to gain insight into past life ways. Bioarchaeological topics include taphonomy, paleodemography, paleopathology, and physiological stress, activity and behaviour, growth and development, and even variation and human agency within social and political contexts. The breadth and focus of this course may vary from year to year, depending on the circumstances and backgrounds of the students enrolled. B>Prerequisite(s)ARCH 470 or permission of the instructor. B>Note Students with credit for ARCH 870 will not receive credit for this course.

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