ANTH246 - MOLECULAR ANTHROPOLOGY

In this course, we will explore the molecular revolution in biological anthropology, and, in particular, examine the nature and theory of collecting molecular data to address anthropological questions concerning human origins, evolution and biological variation. Some of the topics to be covered in this course are the phylogenetic relationships among primates, kinship in apes and monkeys, the hominoid trichotomy, modern human origins and migrations, Neandertal genetics, biogenetics of skin color, disease adaptations, and the Human Genome Project.
Section 401 - SEM
TR 0130PM-0300PM
SCHURR, THEODORE
UNIVERSITY MUSEUM 330