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ARCL 140 Bones: The Origins of Humanity

The origin and evolution of the human lineage and the emergence of human biological and cultural traits with emphasis on the fossil record before the Pleistocene. Credit will be granted for only one of ARCL 140 or ANTH 225.

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Credits: 3


Status Section Activity Term Mode of Delivery Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments Course Requires
In-Person Attendance
ARCL 140 001Lecture1In-Person Mon Wed Fri13:0014:00

ARCL 140  Bones: The Origins of Humanity: In this introduction to biological anthropology and paleoanthropology, students will learn the biological basis for human evolution and apply these principles to the greater understanding of the origins and evolution of the human lineage. With the aid of primate, fossil, and human skeleton casts, students will learn about the biological and cultural traits associated with major fossil discoveries among ancestral groups such as the australopithecines, Homo erectus, the Neanderthals, and our own species, Homo sapiens.

Select one Discussion from sections D1A, D1B, D1C, D1D, D1E, D1F


Yes
ARCL 140 D1ADiscussion1In-Person Fri9:0010:00Yes
ARCL 140 D1BDiscussion1In-Person Fri10:0011:00Yes
ARCL 140 D1CDiscussion1In-Person Fri11:0012:00Yes
ARCL 140 D1DDiscussion1In-Person Fri17:0018:00Yes
ARCL 140 D1EDiscussion1In-Person Fri14:0015:00Yes
ARCL 140 D1FDiscussion1In-Person Fri15:0016:00Yes