ANTH143 - BEING HUMAN

This course will investigate human biology from evolutionary and biocultural perspectives. Using this approach, the class will explore what it means to be human. We will examine humans as mammals, as primates, and as hominins (our own lineage). We will also study the basics of human genetics, growth and development, immune function, nutrition, life history, and adaptations to diet and disease. In addition, we will review biological variation in contemporary and past societies and the evolutionary processes that helped to shape them.
Section 001 - LEC - BEING HUMAN: BIOLOGY, CULTURE, & HUMAN DIVERSITY
TR 1200PM-0130PM
HOKE, MORGAN