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ARCL 345 Molecular Archaeology
Molecular techniques in archaeology and their application to anthropological and archaeological research.
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|ARCL 345 001||Web-Oriented Course||1||Mon Wed||16:00||17:30|
ARCL345: In the first half of the course, we explore the fundamental principles and methods in molecular archaeology, including ancient DNA, ancient proteins, lipids, and stable isotopes. Then through weekly seminars, we explores the application of these technique to questions of human evolution, health and disease, diet and subsistence, plant and animal domestication, paleoecology, and forensic anthropology. Both Arts and Science students are encouraged to enrol.