ANTH 179: Bioarchaeology
Study of human skeletal remains from archaeological contexts. Theoretical and thematic approaches in contemporary research. In-depth consideration of bioarchaeological methods used to explore pathology, occupation, geographic origins, etc. from human skeletal remains. Anthropometrics, disease, and trauma are considered, preparing students for anthropological study of both individual remains and skeletal populations.
Prerequisite: ANTH 005 . Open only to major(s) and minor(s): Anthropology. Normal Letter Grade only. Laboratory included.
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