ANTH237 - FORAGING AND HUNTING IN HUMAN EVOLUTION

Using theoretical frameworks such as Human Behavioral Ecology and Niche Construction Theory, this course examines the evolution of foraging and hunting adaptations in the period between 2 million to 10,000 years ago. Variables and issues from ecology, biology, archaeology, geology, and other fields are considered in building scientific models of human behaviors. These allow for a more informed understanding of human adaptations during periods such as Acheulian Africa, Middle Paleolithic Europe, Middle Stone Age Africa, Pleistocene Australia, the Pleistocene Americas, and so forth.
Section 001 - LEC
CANCELED
OLSZEWSKI, DEBORAH